Welcome to my personal page

I am a physics graduate from Université Laval, Canada, now working as a Postdoctoral Intern at INRS-ÉMT in Varennes, Canada. You will find more about my research interests and my work on this webpage.

News

  • New article in Physical Review Letters

    After almost a year in the making, our latest article was published in Phys. Rev. Lett. In this work, I use a combination of metaheuristics and Floquet theory to demonstrate control over quantum system via pulse shape optimization in the spectral domain. Writing this Letter was lots of fun!

  • Beam propagation paper in J. Opt

    The latest contribution of our group on tightly focused laser fields can be found here. It is the result of months of hard work by our colleague J. Dumont.

  • New graphene paper published in JPCM

    Our latest contribution on coherent destruction of tunneling in laser-irradiated graphene has been published in Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter. It can be found here.

  • Quantum interference paper in Phys. Rev. B

    The latest contribution of our group on quantum interference in graphene can be found here.

  • New graphene paper in Phys. Rev. B

    My latest article was published in Phys. Rev. B. It is concerned with driven tunneling in magnetized graphene. It can be dowloaded here.

  • New tutorial article published in J. Opt. (IOP)

    My latest article was recently published as a Tutorial in J. Opt. The title is Lorenz-Mie theory for 2D scattering and resonance calculations. It can be downloaded here, and the preprint here. It is a condensed version of a numerical method I used in my doctoral thesis.

  • Thesis published

    The electronic version of my thesis has now been published on Université Laval’s online repository. It is freely accessible to everyone.

  • Post-doc

    My doctoral degree is now printed and I am now a Postodoctoral Intern at INRS-ÉMT in Varennes, Québec. Stay tuned for more updates!

  • Thesis defense successful

    Last Thursday, I successfully defended my doctoral thesis, titled “Generalized Lorenz-Mie Theory: Application to scattering and eigenmodes of photonic structures”. The full text of the thesis is available from the website of my research group.

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