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Thomas GROSGES

ENSEIGNANT CHERCHEUR

Contact details

Phone
0325718430
Office
H213
Email
thomas.grosges@utt.fr
Experience  
 
  • Since 2013-11 to present : Full Professor, University of Technology of Troyes - France
  • Since 2004-09 to 2013-10 : Associate Professor, University of Technology of Troyes – France
  • Since 1999-02 to 2004-08 : Post-doctoral research-grants (UCL, VKI – Belgium ; CORIA, UTT – France)
Education 
 
  • 2007-09 : Professorial Thesis (Habilitation to conduct researchs) at the University of Technology of Compiegne - France
  • 1999-02 : PhD in Theoretical Physics (Doctorat) at the Catholic University of Louvain – Belgium
Competences
 
  • Computational, Numerical and Theoretical Atomic Physics
  • Electromagnetics
  • Applied and Numerical Optics
  • Near-field Optics
  • Applied Mathematics

Research projects
 
  • Research in Numerical Solver Developments and Applications
- Realistic modeling of the detection modes of the microscopes.
- Modeling of 2D and 3D resonant structures: application to the near-field Raman Spectroscopy.
- Realistic modeling of the thermal phenomena in the presence of phase shift materials.
- Resolution of the inverse problem in near-field optics.
 
  • Research in Signal Treatments and Applications
- Signal reconstruction from a scanning near-field optical microscopy, lock-in non-linear filtering and tomography.
- Development of pseudo-random generator based on exotic multi-physics systems: application to cryptography.
 
  • Research in Numerical Mesher Developments and Applications
- Optimization in meshing and convergence for Finite Element Method in electromagnetism and high field gradient computation.
- Optimization and design of nano/micro-structures by plasmonics for sensors and biomedical applications.
- NanoAntenna European Project: Development of a high sensitive and specific nanobiosensor.
- NanoMorph Project: Particle size, shape and concentration of nanotubes/nanowires in liquids.


Publications

List on www.grosges.eu/Articles/topics.html