“Not everything that can be counted counts, and not everything that counts can be counted.” (A. Einstein or William Bruce Cameron?) yet we still use socially numbers as key performance indicators. Here are some partial metrics, that more usefully, provide also links to context of the works.

Papers, citations and reviewing#

  • Citations metrics from Google Scholar. (>1000 citations since 2016; 15 publications)

  • Reviewer metrics from Publons. (peer reviewer for PRL, PRA, J.Phys. B, Optics Express, Applied Optics, Computer Physics Communications, Optics Letters, OSA Continuum, Journal of the Optical Society of America B, Physical Review Applied, Scientific Reports )

Selected awards#

  • IOPP Trusted Referee 2020, awarded by Institute of Physics Publishing, UK (2020)

  • Alan Martin Prize for the best PhD thesis, awarded by Department of Physics, Durham University, UK (2018)

  • Best student in the generation, awarded by Department of Physics, University of Belgrade, Serbia (2013)

  • Gold medal, 40th International Physics Olympiad (40th IPhO), Mexico (2009)

Selected funding#

  • COQUDDE, Marie Curie Postdoctoral Fellowship (H2020), European Comission, H2020, Brussel (2018-2020)

  • ResearchX3D, Science & Society grant, University Paris-Saclay, ANR, France (2020)