I teach physics and chemistry in a French highschool. I got a PhD in condensed matter physics (studying elementary excitations in two dimensional electron gas in the quantum Hall regime, probed by Raman and photoluminescence spectroscopies).
Update from 05/19/13 :
Since I was a student, I've been enjoying studying quantum physics. I took profit learning in particular from Roland Omnès or Albert Fert lectures at University of Paris-Sud and Serge Haroche at Ecole Normale Supérieure. Since 2007 I have attended (when time permits) some Alain Connes' Lectures at College de France. In 2010 I also had the wonderful opportunity to take part into the High School Teacher program from CERN. Nowadays I follow recent developments in fundamental physics research as an educated layman, using particularly as a guide-line the theoretical framework of the noncommutative spectral model initiated in particular by the mathematician Connes and the theoretical physicist Ali Chamseddine. Now one can know what is my reference frame I guess ;-) and what kind of compass is mine to navigate on the cyber-physics-sphere...
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