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I am a (not so amateur!) Quantum Physics Professor at the École polytechnique de Bruxelles, the Applied Sciences Faculty of the Université libre de Bruxelles.
I graduated from that school as a Physics Engineer in 1994 and as a PhD in Applied Sciences in 1999.
I also graduated from the École Centrale Paris in 1994.
Both my teaching and research activities are related to quantum physics, a fascinating scientific discipline with was born around the year 1900 and which is still under construction...
My activities deal with theoretical quantum mechanics, with a particular emphasis on
- quantum scattering theory, in particular the scattering inverse problem
- supersymmetric quantum mechanics, in particular applied to the resolution of the scattering inverse problem
- low-energy nuclear reactions, in particular relevant to nuclear astrophysics
- mesoscopic quantum systems, in particular Bose-Einstein condensates
- the foundations of quantum mechanics, in particular the quantum description of measurement apparatuses in a deterministic approach.
I also have a deep philosophical interest for the fundamental problem of the nature (and existence?) of time but I have not actively worked on that topic (yet!).
My activities take place in the Nuclear Physics and Quantum Physics research unit,
which is a joint unit of the École polytechnique de Bruxelles and the Physics Department
of the Faculty of Sciences of the Université libre de Bruxelles.
Université libre de Bruxelles,
École polytechnique de Bruxelles
Nuclear Physics and Quantum Physics
ULB - CP 229, B-1050 Brussels, Belgium
Plaine Campus, NO building, level 6, room 2.N6.115
Phone: +32-2-650.55.57, Fax: +32-2-650.50.45