Adrien Burlacot, first author of Membrane inlet mass spectrometry at the crossroads of photosynthesis, biofuel and climate research
Current Position: Post Doc, Biosciences and Biotechnology Institute of Aix-Marseille
Education: PhD in Plant Science, Aix-Marseille University
Non-scientific Interests: hiking, biking, kayaking, restoring old objects
Brief bio: Despite an early fascination on how plants transform sun energy into chemical energy, I have always preferred physics and mathematics classes. I entered the Ecole polytechnique and chose to learn various fields from quantum physics to the Galois’ theory. Since then, I dedicated my work to the application of physical methods for the understanding of photosynthesis and plant physiology. New technologies and physical approaches are highly improving our understanding of plants and I aim at contributing to this revolution.