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Christophe Gissinger
Associate professor at Ecole Normale Superieure (ENS Paris)

Here is a list of various past and present collaborators ...

(See also the website of our Nonlinear Physics Group here )

Florentin Daniel
PhD student photo of F.Daniel

Florentin Daniel is a PhD student since 2021 in our group. He is a theoretical physicist working on numerical modeling of various problems in astrophysical fluid dynamics.

Marlone Vernet
PhD student photo of M.Vernet

Marlone Vernet is a PhD student since 2020 in our group. He is an experimentalist working on MHD flows, fluid interfaces and turbulence.

Michael Pereira
Maitre de conference, ENSAM photo of M.Pereira

Michael Pereira was a PhD student from 2015 to 2018 in our group, as an experimentalist working on electromagnetically driven flows, and is now assistant professor at ENSAM-DynFluid.

Florence Marcotte
researcher photo of F. Marcotte

Florence Marcotte was a PhD. student from 2013 to 2016 at ENS, and now works at INRIA as a Junior Researcher. ->Homepage

Paola Rodriguez Imazio
Researcher photo of P. Rodriguez Imazio

Paola Rodriguez Imazio was a PostDoctoral fellow in our group from 2014 to 2016, working on numerical modeling of electromagnetic induction pumps.

K. Sandeep Reddy
Postdoctoral researcher photo of S. Reddy

Sandeep Reddy was a postdoctoral researcher in our group from 2014 to 2016, as a theoretical physicist working on numerical simulations of electromagnetically driven flows and dynamo action.

Pankaj Mishra
Researcher photo of P. Mishra

Panka Mishra was a former Postdoc in our group until 2012. We worked on the numerical modelisation of various MHD problems.

Ludovic Petitdemange
CNRS researcher photo of L. Petitdemange

Ludovic Petitdemange is a CNRS researcher working in the astrophysics lab of ENS (LRA-LERMA). He is interested in dynamo action occurring in astrophysical objects (stars and planets). -> Homepage

Guillaume Michel
Assistant professor photo of G. Michel

Guillaume Michel was a PhD student under the supervision of S. Fauve and F. Petrelis and is now a Maitre de conférence at Institut Jean Le Rond d'Alembert (UPMC Paris Sorbonne) and works on hydrodynamics, acoustic and wave turbulence.

Stephan Fauve
Professor (head of the group) photo of S. Fauve

Stephan Fauve is the head of our group (non-linear physics group), professor at ENS and member of the French academy of Sciences. ->Homepage

Francois Petrelis
CNRS researcher photo of F. Petrelis

Francois Petrelis is a CNRS researcher in our group working on instabilities, non linear physics, Turbulence, Stochastic processes, Magnetohydrodynamics, Dynamo effects, Geo and Astro physics,etc ->Homepage

Alexandros Alexakis
CNRS researcher photo of A. Alexakis

Alexandros Alexakis is a CNRS researcher in our group and works on turbulence, MHD turbulence, Dynamo theory, and their Astrophysical and Geophysical applications. ->Homepage

Jordan Philidet
Phd Student photo of K. Sashasayanan

Jordan Philidet is a PhD student at Lesia.

Other collaborators:

Emmanuel Dormy
CNRS researcher

Emmanuel Dormy is a CNRS researcher at the Mathematics department (DMA) of the ENS Paris. -> Homepage

Basile Gallet
CEA researcher

Basile Gallet is a researcher at the French center for atomic research (CEA), Saclay-France. -> Homepage

Sebastien Aumaitre
CEA researcher

Sebastien Aumaitre is a researcher at the French center for Atomic research (CEA), Saclay- France. -> Homepage

Hantao Ji
Professor

Hantao Ji is a professor at the department of Astrophysical sciences of the Princeton University, USA. -> Homepage

Jeremy Goodman
Professor

Jeremy Goodman is a professor at the department of Astrophysical sciences of the Princeton University, USA.. -> Homepage

Michael Berhanu
CNRS researcher

Michael Berhanu is a researcher at the laboratory MSC (Matter and complex system), Paris-France. -> Homepage

Eric Falcon
CNRS researcher

Eric Falcon is a researcher at the laboratory MSC (Matter and complex system), Paris-France. -> Homepage

Martin Schrinner
Former Postdoc

Martin Schrinner was a postdoc at ENS and we worked together on dynamo theory and geomagnetic simulations.

VKS collaboration

During my PhD thesis, I was part of the VKS collaboration, which include a lot of collaborators. More information on the VKS may be found here