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PhD in Physics - Condensed Matter


After my master's degree in Nanophysics at University Clermont Auvergne, I was awarded an I-Site CAP20-25 Fellowship to initiate research on innovative technology. It was followed by a PhD in theoretical physics in 2019 in the Quantum Optoelectronics and Nanophotonics team under the supervision of Prof.  Dmitry Solnyshkov and Dr. Guillaume Malpuech at Institut Pascal (UCA - CNRS), Aubière, France. In my PhD, I worked on: 
  • Topology : quantum metric, topological lasers, domain walls.
  • Integrated photonics : 2D lasers, photonic crystals, clock generator.
  • Non-Hermitian systems : Exceptional (Voigt) points.
  • Materials physics : perovskite, TMDs, organics.
  • Polaritonics : exciton-polaritons, strong coupling, Bose-Einstein condensates.
  • Analog physics : rotating black holes, classical chromodynamics, Moiré superlattices, synthetic graphene.
I also write dissemination articles for the condensed matter section of Physics World, an internationally leading physics magazine that reports on news and exciting developments in the field. I am currently interested in working in the fields of quantum computing and quantum optoelectronics, both experimentally and theoretically.


Charly Leblanc

PhD in Physics

Institut Pascal

Quantum Optoelectronics and Nanophotonics. University Clermont Auvergne - CNRS