Physicist at Sorbonne University
This professional experience is joined with my PhD. However this experience is much more than just sitting an exam. Indeed, undertaking a PhD in physics is to be a full time research scientist. The work undertaken during these three years were substantial as they pushed the boundaries of human knowledge in the field studied.
The subject of my PhD was Study and development of Localised Surface Plasmon Resonance (LSPR) based sensors using anisotropic spectroscopy. In other words, the work consisted in research a new kind of optical sensors for gas detection. The main gas we focused on was hydrogen. The project was supervised by Dr. Yves Borensztein For more detail on the work, you may download the thesis through the button below.Download thesis