- Molecular simulation of fluid adsorption in nanoporous materials
- Development of molecular simulation algorithms for adsorption in flexible porous solids: Soft Porous Crystals
- Theoretical thermodynamic models describing adsorption in Soft Porous Crystals
2013 : HDR, Habilitation à diriger les recherches
2007 : PhD in Physical Chemistry, Université Paris-Sud
2004 : Master’s degree in Chemistry, École normale supérieure (Paris)
since 2008: CNRS Research Fellow at Chimie ParisTech’s Molecular Simulation group, headed by Alain Fuchs.
2007–2008: Post-doctoral researcher at University College London (Chemistry department), prof. Richard Catlow’s group
2004–2007: PhD at Université Paris-Sud, under the direction of Anne Boutin: “Water and the hydrated electron under confinement: from physicochemical properties to reactivity”.
2003: Six month research project at the University of Massachussetts (Amherst), prof. Scott Auerbach: "Proton jump in zeolites: designing a Potential Energy Surface"
Publications and achievements
33 publications in international peer-reviewed journals (h index: 14)
4 invited talks at international conferences,14 international talks
8 book chapters
Organizer or co-organizer of 2 international workshops and 4 national events