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David Carriere

David CARRIERE

Nanosciences et Innovation pour les Matériaux, la Biomédecine et l'Energie (NIMBE)

Laboratoire Interdiscplinaire sur l'Organisation Nanometrique et Supramoléculaire (LIONS)

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Research topics

Emergence of order and disorder at the nanometre scale:

Offers

PhD position on the formation of nanocrystals in solutions (36 months). Profile: experimental physics (synchrotron and ultrafast lasers) and chemistry of nanoparticles. Details here (in French and English): PhD-internship offers.pdf

Post-doctoral position on the formation of nanocrystals in solutions (18 months). Profile: Time-resolved fluorescence spectroscopy. Details here: Post-doc DIAMONS.pdf

Selected papers

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Amorphous to Crystal Conversion as a Mechanism Governing the Structure of Luminescent YVO4:Eu Nanoparticles

Fleury B, Neouze M.-A., Guigner J.-M., Menguy N, Spalla O, Gacoin T, Carriere D
ACS Nano, (2014)

We have shown that crystalline YVO4:Eu nanoparticles synthesized in aqueous solution follow a non-classical nucleation mechanism. This originates from the formation of a transient nanostructured amorphous netwok, which templates the final structure of the crystalline nanoparticles.


 

Osmotically induced deformation of capsid-like icosahedral vesicles

Bealle G, Jestin J, Carriere D
Soft Matter, 7 (2011) 1084-1089.

We have uncovered peculiar buckling transitions in icosahedral catanionic vesicles that trigger the release of any encapsulated solutes. This provides a better understanding of the unique morphological and mechanical properties of these vesicles.


In-plane distribution in mixtures of cationic and anionic surfactants

Carriere D, Belloni L, Demé B, Dubois M, Vautrin C, Meister A, Zemb T
Soft Matter, 5 (2009) 4983-4990.

Combining small-angle neutron scattering and Monte-Carlo simulations, we have shown that catanionic bilayers present a nanometric-range order, but no superstructures, even at the preferential ratios that we have evidenced previously.

 

 

Teaching

Master 2 SMNO "Sciences des Matériaux et Nano-Objets"    Figures2012.pdf

 

Resume

CEA scientist since 2004

2003 - 2004 :     Max-Planck Institut, Interfaces department (Potsdam)
                         Study of the hydration in polyelectrolyte multilayers

1999 - 2002 :     Doctorat en Sciences des Matériaux
                         "Synthesis and functionalisation of ZrO2 nanoparticles for fuel cell applications".
                        Ecole polytechnique, Laboratoire de Physique de la Matière Condensée

1998 - 1999 :    Master in Materials Science, Paris VI University

1995 - 1998 :    Ecole polytechnique "Grande Ecole" engineer, graduation in organic chemistry and condensed matter physics.

 

Publications

List of publications

My profile on Google Scholar

 

 

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