Current Lagrange Postdoctoral Fellows

#Ioannis Florakis

I obtained my PhD from ENS in Paris in July 2011 and subsequently worked for 3 years at the Max Planck Institute for Physics in Munich, and for 2 years as a Fellow at CERN, before joining LPTHE as Lagrange Fellow in September 2016. > more

#Florian Führer

I like doing difficult calculations. Consequently, I am interested in computational and mathematical methods in general. In particular, I am working on (semi) analytical methods, numerical simulations and, since recently, also on algorithms for data analysis. > more

#Héctor Gil Marín

My research focuses in the study of cosmology through observations of the the large scale structure of the Universe, in particular through spectroscopic galaxy surveys. I have a wide experience working on different aspects of large scale structure, including redshift space distortion (RSD)... > more

#Alessandro Manzotti

I received my Ph.D. from the University of Chicago in 2017, and I joined the Institut d'Astrophysique de Paris in October 2017 as a Lagrange post-doctoral fellow of the ILP LabEx. Broadly my research is focused on cosmology, mainly on Cosmic Microwave Background anisotropies, large-scale structures... > more

#Marius Millea

I work mainly on extracting fundamental physics from cosmological observations (particularly observations of the Cosmic Microwave Background), having contributed at many different levels of this "pipeline". At the highest level, I've worked out some of the latest constraints on weakly interacting particles such as neutrinos and axions from... > more

#Renjie Wang

My research has been mainly focused on the search for dark matter at the LHC. I did my PhD thesis on experimental particle physics at the Northeastern University in Boston supervised by Prof. Darien Wood. As a member of CMS collaboration at the LHC > more