Dr. Baptiste Gouraud
Laboratoire Kastler Brossel
Université P. et M. Curie
4 Place Jussieu
75005 Paris, France
Email : email@example.com
2012-2016 : PhD at Laboratoire Kastler Brossel, Université Pierre et Marie Curie, Paris
"Optical Nanofibers Interfacing Cold Atoms - A Tool for Quantum Optics", supervised by Julien Laurat. (www.normalesup.org/~gouraud/phd.html)
I designed and built a new experiment involving optical nanofibers and cold atoms. We took our first steps in this field, caught up with the foremost results and went beyond the state-of-the-art.
I developed technical and theoretical tools in various areas such as optics, scientific instrumentation, vacuum engineering, nanofabrication and atom physics.
2008-2012 : Bachelor's and Master's degrees in Physics, ENS Paris
Second year Master's degree focused on Fundamental Concepts of Physics (now ICFP) and specialized in Quantum Physics.
2008 : Accepted in École Normale Supérieure de la rue d'Ulm (ENS), Paris
Studying in the Physics and Computer Science departments.
DEMONSTRATION OF A MEMORY FOR TIGHTLY GUIDED LIGHT IN AN OPTICAL NANOFIBER
B. Gouraud, D. Maxein, A. Nicolas, O. Morin, J. Laurat
Phys. Rev. Lett. 114, 180503 (2015)
Selected as PRL Editors suggestions, Synopsis in APS – Physics, Coverage by Phys.org and PhysicsWorld
Highlighted in Optics in 2015 by OPN
COHERENT CONTROL OF LIGHT TRANSPORT IN A DENSE AND DISORDERED ATOMIC ENSEMBLE
A.S. Sheremet, F.F. Kornovan, L.V. Gerasimov, B. Gouraud, J. Laurat, D.V. Kupriyanov
Phys. Rev. A 91, 053813 (2015)
arXiv : 1411.4771
Oral presentations in:
2015: CLEO-QELS (Quantum Electronics and Laser Science Conference), San Jose (USA)
2015: CLEO/EQEC (European Quantum Electronics Conference), Munich
2015: YQIS (European Quantum Electronics Conference), Young Quantum Information Scientists, Paris
2015: FRISNO13 (French-israeli symposium on non-linear and quantum optics), Aussois
2016: SPIE Photonics West, San Francisco (USA)
teaching and other research experiences
2012-2016: Teaching assistant, Université Pierre et Marie Curie.
2009-2013: Oral examiner for undergraduate students, for 3 years in lycée Ste Geneviève, Versailles.
2010: Long research internship (6 month). Acoustic Metamaterials, LEMA, EPFL, Lausanne
2009: Short research internship (1 month). Crystallization of Hard Sphere Colloids, RMIT, Melbourne
IT and electronics : Developed computer and digital electronics (FPGA) tools for measurement and automation. Experimented with different programming languages, including Python, C/C++, Verilog, Openscad, Latex, Mathematica. Interested in open-source software and hardware in general.
Optics/opto-electronics: Many tools in optics and opto-electronics are essential for my daily research work. Taught for the "Optical Instrumentation and Imaging" BA in UPMC.