Contact : Sophie Marbach

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

sophie DOT marbach AT cnrs 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 and am a theorist but I work everyday with experimentalists!

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

Examples of open positions:
Counting Bacteria in Boxes: How do bacteria colonize surfaces? (Bachelor/Masters Physics funded internship)
Swimming in fluctuating lanes: How do bacteria navigate changing environments? (Bachelor/Masters Physics funded internship)
The carbon footprint of aquatic food proteins (Economics/Physics/Math, 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