Director of research at CNRS, Institut Néel Grenoble, France; presently head of French Federation of Neutron Scattering
(Information collected in January 2019)
Academic studies with a Master in Physics, PhD in physics obtained in 1998 (studies of quasicrystals), followed by one year position as assistant professor (studies of supercritical water), followed by a permanent position as researcher at CNRS (research activity on metallic melts, then on unconventional magnetism).
User of neutron scattering since my PhD.
91 peer-reviewed articles.
Half family (9 year old son)/half work
Combining administrative tasks and research activities.
Institut Néel, CNRS and Univ. Grenoble Alpes, Grenoble, France
Magnetism and superconductivity team at Institut Néel
French Federation of Neutron Scattering