I grew up in Paris, France, and studied at Lycee Louis-Le-Grand for high school and preparatory classes, which consist in a two year academic training for the entrance examination to the french Grandes Ecoles. I was accepted to Ecole Polytechnique, where I discovered Quantum Physics. I then focused my education in this field by completing a MSc degree at the Ecole Normale Superieure in Paris. I am currently working in the group of Vladan Vuletic at MIT. The project I work on consists of loading cold atoms into the hollow core of a photonic crystal fiber, where the confinement of both light and atoms offers a new approach to studies of quantum optics at single photon levels.
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