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Research Engineer in Materials Science and nanotechnology.
Since 2006 : Research engineer at CEA-Saclay ; research projects based on carbon nanotubes (CNT) synthesis, growth mechanisms, physico-chemical analyses and study of their applications (nanomembranes, nanofluids, sensors, nanocomposites...). Toxicity studies
Familiar with SEM, HRTEM, EDX, XRD, EXAFS, XANES, Neutron Scattering, XPS, Raman Scattering, AFM, Mossbauer, EELS, TGA, Nitrogen Physisorption
2006 : Post doc position at Yale University, CT, USA in the "Chemical Engineering Department".
Research project in nanomaterials synthesis (Single Walled carbon, boron and GaN nanotubes): synthesis, study of the growth mechanisms, properties, applications and toxicity. Management of the graduate and engineer students.
2002 to 2005 : Doctoral research on the development of a new synthesis process in nanotechnology : "Carbon nanotubes by aerosol-assisted Catalytic Chemical Vapor Decomposition (CCVD)".
2005 : Doctoral degree (Ph.D.), speciality Physics and Chemistry of Materials, University of Paris Sud (XI), France. With distinction.
Thesis title: Synthesis of aligned carbon nanotubes by aerosol-assisted Catalytic Chemical Vapor Deposition (CCVD): growth mechanisms and characterization.
Advisor: Prof. Cecile Reynaud, Supervisor: Dr. Martine Mayne-L’Hermite
Engineering diploma from the National College for Engineering in Industrial Ceramics (ENSCI) – Limoges Speciality ‘Materials and processes’
2002 : Master’s degree in research ‘Ceramic materials and processes’, University of Limoges, France, with distinction
Member of LFP council