My interests lie in unveiling biology at the micro/nanoscale, with emphasis in the physical mechanisms employed by "living sensors".
To do so, I combine single-molecule and optical tomography techniques well-adapted to biological settings, with control methods typically used in atomic and molecular physics experiments.
I am also interested in establishing whether quantum physics can inform biology at the nanoscale.
Doctor of Philosophy, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (2014)
Diplome, Ecole Polytechnique (2006)
Master of Philosophy, University of Cambridge, Trinity College (2006)