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SUGNY Dominique (version anglaise)

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 Bureau: D109
 Département Optique Matière et Rayonnement
Equipe Dynamique Quantique et Non-Linéaire
Grade: PR

 

Career

Dominique Sugny studied theoretical physics at ENS Lyon, where he got the Agrégation in Physics in 1997 and a master in theoretical physics in 1998. He obtained his PhD in 2002 at the Laboratory of Physical Spectrometry in Grenoble, under the supervision of M. Joyeux. After a post-doc in the group of O. Atabek at the Laboratoire de Photophysique Moléculaire (Orsay, Paris), he was appointed in 2003 as Maître de Conférences at the Université de Bourgogne in Dijon, in the group of H.R. Jauslin (Quantum and Nonlinear Dynamics). He obtained his Habilitation in 2009 and was appointed Professor in 2014. He has established many long runing national and international collaborations, in particular with the group of S. Glaser (TUM, Munich). His domains of expertise are molecular Physics, the control of quantum systems by electromagnetic fields and nonlinear dynamics.

Dominique Sugny was awarded in 2015 the Hans Fisher Fellowship of the Technical University of Munich (Technische Universität München, Institute for Advanced Study, http://www.tum-ias.de/), for his work on the applications of optimal control theory to Nuclear Magnetic Resonance and to Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI).

Projects

Ongoing projects

  • Hans Fisher Fellowship of the Technical University of Munich (2015-2017, 250 k€)
  • Local Coordinator of the ANR-DFG project on the optimal control of open quantum systems with applications to quantum technologies (2015-2018, 500 k€)
  • Coordinator of the ANR-DFG project on the optimal control of spins with applications in medical imaging (2014-2017, 500 k€)
  • Member of the ANR Coconics project on the control of molecular processes (2013-2016, 450 k€)

Past projects

  • Member of the INRIA team GECO about the geometric optimal control of quantum systems (2011-2015)
  • Coordinator of the PEPS CNRS project on the relaxation of non linear waves in optical fibers (2014, 4k€)
  • Coordinator of the CNRS PICS project France-Germany on the optimal control of spin dynamics (2013-2015, 4k€ each year)
  • Local coordinator of the European FP7 QUAINT on the optimal control of quantum systems (2012-2015, 400 k€)
  • Coordinator of the french-bayern project on the optimal control of spin dynamics (2013, 4.5 k€)
  • Member of the european project FASTQUAST on the control of molecular processes (2008-2012, 4 M€)
  • Member of the NSF project on the geometric control of quantum systems (2011-2014, 100 k€)
  • Member of the ANR CoMoC project on the control of molecular processes (2007-2011, 500k€)
  • Coordinator of the PEPS CNRS project on the singularities of dynamical systems (2010, 4k€)

Publications

Web of science (01/04/2017): nb citations >1500; H Index = 26

Google scholar (01/04/2017): nb citations >2250; H Index = 30

https://scholar.google.fr/citations?user=38DyMEIAAAAJ&hl=fr

Read its publications

Conferences

  • Optimization of the signal to noise ratio per unit time in Magnetic Resonance Imaging

D. Sugny
MTNS, Groningen (Holland), July 2014

  • Geometric optimal control in Nuclear Magnetic Resonance and Magnetic Resonance Imaging

D. Sugny
Optimal control of quantum systems, QUAINT workshop, Aarhus (Denmark), April 2014

  • Geometric optimal control in Nuclear Magnetic Resonance and Magnetic Resonance Imaging

D. Sugny
Control of PDEs, Conservatoire National des Arts et métiers (Paris), March 2014

  • Controle Optimal: Un défi pour les technologies quantiques

D. Sugny
Workshop GRR THEMS, Orsay (France), December 2013

  • Geometric optimal control in Nuclear Magnetic Resonance and Magnetic Resonance Imaging

D. Sugny
Quantum Mechanics and its Applications, Hawai (USA), August 2013

Administration


  • Responsible of the teaching master in physics and in chemistry since 2013.
  • Vice director of the physics department from 2011 to 2013 (Member of the board of the department since 2011).
  • Management of the optics course for first year students (biology option) since 2012.
  • Nominated and elected member of the Comité National des Universités (CNU) class 30 since 2010, member of the board since 2013 (Assesseur).
  • Member of the proposition board of the ICB since 2008, vice president since 2011 (Member of the hiring committee of the ICB (2005-2008)).
  • Member of the research documentation board at the University of Bourgogne since 2008, Responsible of the research documentation at the laboratory ICB since 2009.
  • In charge of the permanent training at ICB since 2012.

 

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