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I'm a PhD student at Laboratoire Collisions Agrégats Réactivité (LCAR) in Toulouse, France. I work in the cold atoms field under the supervision of Prof. David Guéry-Odelin and Dr. Juliette Billy. Our team is part of the Quantum Engineering group that includes our quantum simulations experiment and an atom interferometry team.

My research activity focuses on quantum simulations with cold atoms, in particular with Bose Einstein Condensates (BEC). We study the dynamics of such an atomic cloud in a 1D optical lattice that can be time-shaped, and we are interested in the role that chaos may play in a regime beyond the perturbative one. For more information about this subject, you can have a look at this article. You can also check my list of publications.

Furthermore, I'm fond of new technologies and Do-It-Yourself projects, e.g. based on Arduino and Raspberry Pi, and I find machine learning fascinating. I also love learning different programming languages. This personnal website is my playground for HTML5, CSS3 and JavaScript!