I completed my Ph.D. in theoretical physics in 2022 at Université Libre de Bruxelles in affiliation with the International Solvay Institutes. Thanks to external grants (BAEF, Vocatio, and WBI), I am doing a one-year research residency at the High Energy Theory Group of Columbia University.
My main research interest lies in Goldstone physics, i.e. the study of the spontaneous symmetry breaking mechanism and its physical consequences. The main tools used are the effective field theories and the bottom-up approach of holography. More recently, I paid closer attention to fracton physics and its possible connection with Goldstone physics.