Category Archives: CNRS

Théorie et Simulation Numérique at CINaM

At present I’m working in the TSN group   “Théorie et Simulation Numérique”  (Theory and numerical Simulations) at CINaM. If you want to know what people do in this group, have a look to this short presentation on our research activity. Contact us for possibility of master, PhD or post-doc positions.

Marseille Condensed Matter 2016: Optics and Magnetism

We are organizing the first “Marseille Condensed Matter Workshop” on Optical and Magnetic properties of complex materials from the 12th to the 14th September at CINaM (Marseille). The aim of the workshop is to bring together researchers working on different research communities to promote exchange and share research experiences. More info can be found there:… Read More


I participate to the research group GDR REST (REncontres de Spectroscopie Theorique). Our project aims to bring together different communities of theoretical spectroscopy in order to establish the state-of-the-art approaches on the market, share knowledge, identify important issues and unresolved problems, and indicate future directions.There are several approaches to the study of elementary excitations, the… Read More

My CNRS project and presentation

In 2009 I passed the CNRS competition for a research position in section 3, condensed matter theory. Since that year many friends of mine asked me a copy of my scientific research project and the slides of the presentation. Now I decided to make them available online, in such a way to help people that… Read More

CNRS cuts research positions by more than one-fourth in the last 5 years

CNRS (National Scientific Research Center) is the largest research center in France. It employes about 11.000 researchers and its domain of activity ranges from physics to sociology, from chemistry to electronics and so on. Every year researchers are recruited by means of a national open competitive exam. The selection is composed of two parts a… Read More