I am a researcher studying novel adsorbent materials

My current research focuses on the study of porous materials for gas adsorption and separation. In particular I am interested in how flexible metal-organic frameworks react to external stimuli such as pressure, temperature and adsorbed guests. To this end, I am working in the DAMP team at the Institut Charles Gerhard Montpellier, under an ANR-funded project to characterize the interplay between mechanical pressure and adsorption in porous materials.

Previously I was studying adsorption-induced flexibility using calorimetric techniques in the EnAP team in MADIREL, where I completed my PhD. My work also includes other aspects of MOFs such as structural defects, synthesis and shaping. I also develop open-source software for various scientific applications. Some more stuff about me is here.