Junior Professor, Department of Chemistry
Welcome to my personal webpage. I am currently a junior professor in the Department of Chemistry, École Normale Supérieure. My research expertise is in methods development in solid-state NMR and Dynamic Nuclear Polarization (DNP). I am mainly interested in developing both theory and instrumentation for pulsed dynamic nuclear polarization, which will be applied to study inorganic materials and biomolecules. I serve as an editor in the Magnetic Resonance journal, and run ssNMR/DNP Zoominar.
Office number: ES 106. It is located in the basement, near the end of the corridor / besides the workshop in the Department of Chemistry at ENS. Click here for lab location.
I currently teach NMR for M1 students at ENS, and MR for M2 students at PSL.
- Postdoc: Zhenfeng Pang
- PhD Student: Utsab Banerjee, Jake Lumsden
- Master Student: Ngoc Diep Le, Cyriaque Amerein
Education and Professional Career
- 2020-now Junior Professor (tenure-track), Ecole Normale Superieure, France
- 2016-2020 Postdoc in Prof. Robert G. Griffin’s group, MIT, USA
- 2011-2016 PhD student in Prof. Dr. Matthias Ernst / Prof. Dr. Beat H. Meier’s group, ETH Zurich, Switzerland
- 2007-2011 Undergraduate in Physics, Imperial College London, UK
Fundings and Grants
- PSL Junior Fellows, 2022
- ANR JCJC: HFPulsedDNP (ANR-21-CE29-0019), 2021
- ANR Tremplin ERC: PulsedDNP (ANR-20-ERC9-0008), 2021
- Respore petit équipement projet n°339299, 2021
- ENS Action Incitative, 2020