Dr. Pierre Levitz
PHENIX laboratory – Université Pierre et Marie Curie (Paris, France)
I am a senior physicist working in the field of disordered porous or colloidal systems (WG1). My interest is mainly focused on the interplay between structure and molecular dynamics in multiscale (time and space) systems. The NMR relaxometry is for me an important tool to probe the confined fluid dynamics in a mesoscale time range. The optimisation of these dynamics are important for catalysts, geo porous materials (WG1). For colloidal systems, I develop with people of my laboratory NMRD experiments and theoretical models on magnetic nanoparticles distributed in various environment (WG2 and WG4).