I am a CNRS Researcher (chargé de recherche) at Institut de Recherche de Chimie Paris, a joint CNRS / Chimie ParisTech research institute, in the Theoretical Chemistry & Modeling team. My research group there is centered mainly on molecular simulation at various scales, covering first principles methods (quantum chemistry calculations, ab initio molecular dynamics), classical methods (force field-based molecular dynamics and Monte Carlo), and mesoscopic modeling.
My interests lie in the physical and chemical properties of porous materials, and in particular in the adsorption of fluids and the behavior of nano-confined phases.
- Phone: +33 1 44 27 65 99
- Publication profiles: Google Scholar and ORCID
- Twitter account: day-to-day life in academia, ranting, etc.
- My blog, irregularly updated, mostly on the topic of publishing (in chemistry and in general)
Resume in brief
- 2013: Habilitation (French habilitation à diriger les recherches).
- Since 2008: CNRS Researcher. Promoted to first class researcher in 2013.
- 2007–2008: Post-doctoral researcher, University College London (Catlow group).
- 2004–2007: PhD student, Université Paris-Sud.
- Curriculum vitae in English or in French
- List of publications (download full list as PDF)
- In French: my Habilitation à diriger les recherches (habilitation thesis), April 2013, on modeling adsorption in soft nanoporous materials
Writing & web presence
- “Strontium's scarlet sparkles”, Nature Chemistry 2015, 7, 940
- “Comment etiquette”, Nature Chemistry blog roll on post-publication peer review (May 2015)
- “Setting the record straight”, an opinion piece in Chemistry World (March 2015 issue)
- “This Study is Intentionally Left Blank — A systematic literature review of blank pages in academic publishing”, published in the Annals of Improbable Research (2015)