Contact : Sophie Marbach

CNRS Researcher
Marie Skłodowska Curie fellow
Academic CV
Office 217, 42-43 corridor, 2nd 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 theoretical physicist interested in soft matter problems, currently working at the Phenix Lab in Sorbonne University, in Paris.

I am the principal investigator of the MolecularControl Marie SkÅ‚odowska Curie project, an international collaboration between CNRS, Sorbonne Université, PHENIX lab . and New York University, Courant Institute .

I am actively looking for students and postdocs to work on fun subjects in a friendly and diverse environment, please email to discuss open positions! Including on:
Hidden noisy signals in nanopores (M1/M2 Physics funded internship)
Swimming in fluctuating lanes (M1/M2 Physics funded internship)

Find out more on my research here
Scientific communication and accessible science are there.
and a list of scientific publications there.

I am also engaged in sustainability efforts, and am looking for a data scientist student to work on the carbon footprint of aquatic food proteins (funded internship). Email for more info.


Funding Acknowledgments