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Here you will find information regarding my research, teaching and publications.

I undertook my PhD research from 2009 to 2012 at the ESPCI (Ecole Supérieur de Physique et Chimie Industrielle), a physics and industrial chemistry school in Paris. I joined the Gulliver Laboratory's department of physico-chemical theory under the supervision of David Lacoste. At that time, I also taught at the Pierre and Marie-Curie University (UPMC) from where I obtained my PhD grant.

For two years, I also worked in Massimiliano Esposito's group on Complex Systems and Statistical Mechanics (the Physics and Material Sciences Research Unit at the University of Luxembourg).

In September of 2014, I took up my current position as a teaching assistant at the University of Orsay (South of Paris), where I work in the statistical physics group of the LPT Orsay (theoretical physics laboratory).

You can find my publications on Arxiv, Google scholar, on ResearcherID, or here. My reviews for various journals are listed on publons.

Event EcoClim2018: 11th to 14th June 

EcoClim2018 is a (four days) school on climate change for non specialists (but physicists). We invite experts in climate science and energy to teach the basis of these fields. Our goal is to help the community of climate and energy sciences to spread the awareness of physical processes at stake (vulgarisation) and the various way to overcome them (technological improvements won't do it alone).

Visit the PPE website to give your opinion on energy policies in France.

Gatien Verley,
Laboratoire de Physique Théorique Orsay (UMR 8627) ,
Bat 210, rue Henri Becquerel,
Faculté des Sciences,
Univ. Paris-Sud, Université Paris-Saclay
 91405 Orsay Cedex
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