Since my Ph.D. at Sorbonne University (Paris, FR) carried out under the supervision of Prof. Michael Joyce, my research has evolved very considerably, in both its subject matter and methods, and my research background has mainly focused on interdisciplinarity: from structure formation in cosmology to conformational changes of complex biological systems in biophysics and nanoparticle-stabilized emulsion stability in chemical engineering. Indeed, I collaborate with different communities such as theoretical physicists, computational physicists, cosmologists, biophysicists, biologists, chemists and engineers. What characterizes my work and makes it particularly original, is that it attempts to approach problems from a different perspective to the usual one. My research aims to tackle fundamental, and quite general, open questions.

Since I moved to the University College London (London, UK) in 2015, my research has been focusing on multiscale modeling of dynamic nanotechnologies to advance new materials and knowledges. I have been considering bio-molecular and chemical engineering perspectives of the design of nanoparticle-stabilized emulsion as emerging carriers for drug delivery, the control of long-lived DNA denaturation bubble to advance nano-biosensing, and the properties of anti-agglomerants to improve Gas Hydrate management.

last update: June 2018