I am a PhD student in mathematical physics at the university Paris-Dauphine, under the supervision of Mathieu Lewin. The goal of my PhD thesis is to investigate some mathematical aspects of Density functional theory, an approach of many-body quantum mechanics.
 L. Garrigue. Hohenberg-Kohn theorems for interactions, spin and temperature (arxiv:1906.03191), (2019) preprint
 L. Garrigue. Unique continuation for many-body Schrödinger operators and the Hohenberg-Kohn theorem. II. The Pauli Hamiltonian (arxiv:1901.03207), (2019) preprint
 L. Garrigue. Unique continuation for many-body Schrödinger operators and the Hohenberg-Kohn theorem. (arxiv:1804.07564), Mathematical Physics, Analysis and Geometry (2018).
September 2017 - August 2020 : PhD in mathematical physics at the university Paris-Dauphine
2016 - 2017 : Master's degree in fundamental mathematics, university Paris-Diderot
2014 - 2016 : Master's degree in theoretical physics, École normale supérieure
2012 - 2017 : Student and civil servant at the École normale supérieure in Paris
My research interests concern mathematical quantum physics in general.
You can find my CV here, and you can email me at email@example.com. Some lecture notes given for an introduction to physics for ENS students in humanities with Tony Jin, Alexandre Krajenbrink and Mathias Casiulis.
Here are slides of a talk I gave on unique continuation for the Hohenberg-Kohn theorem, at Banff in January 2019.