Postdoctoral researcher

Los Alamos National Laboratory - Chemistry Division

Hi! I am Clément Livache, I work in Dr. Klimov's group at Los Alamos National Laboratory.

I'm using ultrafast spectroscopy to probe optical and electrical properties of nanoscale semiconductor particles, with applications in energy production, advanced light sources and quantum technologies.

I received my PhD from Sorbonne University (Paris) in 2019. I was working in Dr. Lhuillier's group, using mercury-based colloidal nanocrystals to build a new generation of infrared photodetectors. This work was in collaboration with ESPCI Paris quantum dot lab.

When not in the lab I'm riding my bikes, skiing and hiking in the amazing New Mexico landscapes.