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I am now post-doctoral scholar at Université Libre de Bruxelles (Brussels, Belgium), where I work on problems related to the water exit of spheres and cylinders. My research interests span from the dynamics of passive flyers to interface crossing, liquid fragmentation and bacterial rheotaxis.
2019- : post-doctoral scholar at ULB, Brussels, Belgium
Investigating water exit problems applied to coating.
2018-2019 : Research Assistant Professor at USC, Los Angeles, USA
Supervising and leading a wide range of experimental projects, while being in charge of Eva Kanso's experimental lab.
2014-2018 : post-doctoral scholar at USC, Los Angeles, USA
Working on a wide range of experimental projects, including passive flight, impact problems, and more!
PI : Eva Kanso
2010-2013 : PhD student at IRPHE, Aix-Marseille University, France
Dynamics and breakup of stretched liquid bridges
Advisors : Laurent Duchemin & Stéphane Le Dizès
Defended december 13th, 2013.
2010 : 6-months internship at IRPHE
Experimental study of a highly-accelerated viscous fluid layer around a cylinder, with application to a stone wool manufacturing process (partnership with Saint-Gobain R&D)
Advisors : Michaël Le Bars & Laurent Duchemin.
2009 : 8-weeks internship at Warwick Univeristy, UK
Experimental study of the instability of a free-falling water curtain
Advisor: Petr Denissenko.
2018-2019 Research Assistant Professor - AME 309 (USC)
AME 309 is a 60-hour introductory class to fundamental aspects of FLuid Mechanics: fluid statics, pipe flows, boundary layers, aerodynamics, ...
2014 Teaching assistant for AME 453 (USC)
2 x 1.5h lectures and Q&A on Newtonian Dynamics and dynamical systems.
2012-2013 Teaching assistant (IUT Aix-Marseille)
Practicals: Thermodynamics (32h) for 1st year undergraduate students.
2011-2012 Teaching assistant (IUT Aix-Marseille)
Practicals: Thermodynamics (49h), Programminng / Visual Basic (48h), for 1st year undergraduate students.
2007-2010 Institut National Polytechnique and Université Joseph Fourier, Grenoble :
2005-2007 : Preparatory classes in Physics and Chemistry (PCSI & PC*)
Two-years intensive courses in Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry and Engineering Science.
2005 : Baccalauréat S (science) with major in maths