
2001 Ph.D. in Applied Mathematics
Department of Engineering Mathematics and Modeling, National
Institute of Applied Siences (INSA) University of Toulouse, France
Thesis: Modeling
and numerical simulations of quantum
ballistic transport in open nanometer scale semiconductors
Advisor:Prof. N. Ben
Abdallah
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1997 M.S. in Theoretical and Computational Physics
French DEA degree (including all PhD degree courses)
Paul Sabatier, University of Toulouse, France
Thesis: DMRG (Density Matrix Renormalization Group) method applied to a 1D spin chain
Advisor: Prof. E. Sorensen

1995 B.S. in Physics and Astrophysics
French LicenceMaitrise degrees
Paul Sabatier, University of Toulouse, France

1993 French Undegraduate Degree DEUG section A:
Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics and Computer Sciences
Paul Sabatier, University of Toulouse, France

1991 French Baccalaureat  section E:
Mathematics, Physics and Technology
Lycee Deodat de Severac, Toulouse, France


University of Massachusetts, Amherst, MA
 2016present: Professor in ECE
 2014present: Adjunct Appointment in Mathematics and Statistics
 20112016: Associate Professor in ECE
 20052011: Assistant Professor in
Electrical and Computer Engineering
 Purdue University, WestLafayette, IN

National Institute of Applied Sciences (INSA),
Institute of Mathematics, Toulouse, France
 20012002: Research and Teaching Associate in Applied Mathematics
 19972001: Research Assistant in Applied Mathematics

University of Toulouse (Paul Sabatier),
Laboratory of Theoretical Physics, Toulouse, France
 19951997: Research Assistant in Theoretical and Computational Physics
