Contact : Sophie Marbach

CNRS Researcher
Marie Skłodowska Curie fellow
Academic CV
Office 320, 32-42 corridor, 3rd Floor, Phenix Lab, Sorbonne University

sophie AT marbach DOT fr,
sophie DOT marbach AT sorbonne-universite DOT fr

... to find complex transport phenomena.

I am a physicist interested in soft matter problems, currently working at the Phenix Lab in Sorbonne University, in Paris. I grew up as a theorist but I work everyday with experiments and experimentalists!

I am actively looking for students (PhD and interns) to work on exciting topics related to soil physics and sustainabality, in a friendly and diverse environment, please email to discuss open positions!

Open positions:
Seeing in the dark, an exciting experiment+theory project on soil physics in relation to sustainability (Fully funded PhD grant)
Hidden noisy signals in nanopores (M1/M2 Physics funded internship)
Swimming in fluctuating lanes (M1/M2 Physics funded internship)
The carbon footprint of aquatic food proteins (Any background, funded internship)

Find out more on my research here
and on my engagement in sustainability efforts.

Scientific communication and accessible science are there.
and a list of scientific publications.


Funding Acknowledgments