Principal Investigator

Thibault Bertrand, PhD

Dr Bertrand is a Strategic Teaching Fellow in Applied Mathematics in the Department of Mathematics at Imperial College London. Trained as a theoretical physicist, his expertise is in non equilibrium statistical mechanics. Before moving to the Department of Mathematics at Imperial College London in 2018, he was a postdoctoral fellow with Dr Raphaël Voituriez at Sorbonne Université (Laboratoire Jean Perrin). Thibault was trained in the Department of Physics at Ecole Normale Supérieure de Cachan for his undergrad obtaining both a BSc and a MSc with honors. In 2016, he graduated with a PhD from Yale University (New Haven, CT, USA) where he worked on jamming in model disordered systems under the supervision of Prof Corey S. O'Hern (Yale) and in collaboration with Prof Mark D. Shattuck (CCNY).

A complete CV can be found here [PDF]


Current Group Members

  • Andrew Killeen

    PhD Student (co-supervised with Dr Chiu Fan Lee)

  • Tianqi Liu

    UROP Student, Department of Mathematics (2nd year), Imperial College London

  • Hugo Chu

    UROP Student, Department of Mathematics (3rd year), Imperial College London


Former Group Members

  • Hajar Ouaaline (MSc in Applied Mathematics, Imperial College London, 2019)

  • Angeliki Dermitzaki (MSc in Applied Mathematics, Imperial College London, 2019)

  • Maxwell Buckmire-Monro (MSc in Applied Mathematics, Imperial College London, 2019)

  • Kai Law (UROP Student, Department of Physics (3rd year), Imperial College London, 2019)