Email: caroline.richard@montana.edu
Phone: 406-994-6308
Fax: 406-994-4452
Barnard Hall (EPS) 201, MSU, Bozeman, 59717-3840, MT

 

Biographical Sketch:

  • Research:

    Jan 2017->Now: PostDoctoral fellow,  R. Cone and C. Thiel optics Lab (MSU)

                         Studies of Rare-Earth doped crystals and waveguides

    2014->Dec 2017: PostDoctoral fellow with A. Vorontsov (MSU)

                         Heat transport in unconventional superconductors

    2010->2013: Research Assistant with M. Houzet and J. Meyer, CEA, Grenoble, France

                         Transport in hybrid ferromagnetic and superonducting structures

     

    Teaching: 

    Fall 17’: PHSX224 (Thermodynamics, Intro to Special Relativity and Quantum Mechanics), MSU

    Fall 16’: PHSX544 (Condensed Matter 1) and M151 (Pre-Calculus), MSU

    Summer 16’: PHSX 224 (Thermodynamics, Intro to Special Relativity and Quantum Mechanics), MSU

    2010->2013: Linear Algebra and Probability and Statistics, Joseph Fourier University, France

     

     

    Education

    2013: PhD in Physics, University of Grenoble, France

    2010: MS in Physics, University of Grenoble, France

    2009: MS in Computer Science, National School of Applied Maths and Computer Science          (ENSIMAG), France

Interests:

-Laser and Photonics, Condensed Matter

-Classical and Quantum Information: transport, storage and processing

Selected Publications:

  •  Caroline Richard, Manuel Houzet, and Julia S Meyer. Superharmonic long-range triplet current in a diffusive josephson junction. Physical Review Letters, 110(21): 217004, 2013.
  • C. Richard, J.S. Meyer, M. Houzet. Andreev current induced by ferromagnetic resonance. Phys. Rev. Lett, 109(057002), 2012

 

 

caroline.richard@montana.edu