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Dr Romain Fleury, Ph.D.
Institut Langevin
ESPCI
1 rue Jussieu
room 225
Paris, 75005, France

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Welcome to my Homepage ! My name is Romain Fleury, and I am a postdoctoral research fellow at the Langevin Institute, in the School of Physics and Chemistry (ESPCI), Paris, France. My research interests span a variety of topics in the field of wave physics and engineering, with an emphasis on artificially structured materials and surfaces with electromagnetic, acoustic or electronic properties unavailable in nature.

A complete list of my scientific publications can be found here.




News
  • June 17, 2016: Our paper on acoustic Floquet topological insulators has been published in Nature Communications (web).

  • June 9, 2016: I have received the renowned  Prestige Marie Curie Fellowship grant ! (web)

  • June 2, 2016: Our paper about the Acoustic Drexhage experiment has been accepted for publication in Physical Review Letters (web). It is accompanied by an editor's suggestion, and a synopsis in Physics (web).

  • May 8-13, 2016: I attended the workshop "Topological Matter at h=0" at the Lorentz Institute in Leiden, Netherlands, where I chaired a session on topological phononics. 

  • April 15, 2016: I gave a presentation entitled "Magnetless circulators for electromagnetic and acoustic waves" at Eucap 2016 in Davos, Switzerland.

  • April 12, 2016: Our invited paper on Parity-Time Acoustics has been published in IEEE Journal of Selected Topics in Quantum Electronics (web).

  • March 16, 2016: I gave a presentation entitled "Breaking time-reversal symmetry in acoustic metamaterials" in the Laboratory of Acoustics of the University of Maine, Le Mans, France.

  • Jan 1, 2016: I joined the Langevin Institute at ESPCI Paris Tech as a postdoc. 

  • Nov 12, 2015: I have received the prestigious Frederick V. Hunt Postdoctoral Research Fellowship in Acoustics from the Acoustical Society of America ! (web)

  • Oct 6, 2015: Our paper about acoustic Chern topological insulators has been published in Nature Communications (web).