I’m a PhD student in quantum physics in Benjamin Huard’s lab at ENS de Lyon (www.physinfo.fr). For a long time now, I’ve realised that my interests are particularly diverse and although I think physics is fascinating, during my free time I often think about other problems, often concerning my experience in society. This blog is an attempt to showcase and explore that other side of my personality.
Concerning the scope of the posts I will publish here: I’m not setting myself too many rules aside from only posting things which will hopefully genuinely interest other people. Some might be about a book I read recently; others might try to explain some physical phenomena in a pedagogical fashion. I want to give myself some freedom to explore, so I think Science in Society should be understood more as my way of thinking rather than some kind of stiff editorial guideline. I do hope you enjoy reading!