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CNRS  Research Scientist (since 1993)  :

 NMBE, CEA, CNRS, UMR3685, Université Paris-Saclay, CEA Saclay, 91191 Gif-sur-Yvette cedex, France                                    

NIMBE : Nanoscience and Innovation for Materials, Biomedicine and Energy

Tel : +33/169086283 ;  sylvie.marguet@cea.fr


PUBLONS (web of science) : K-2750-2012

ORCID iD icon  ORCID : 0000-0002-8670-1320  

Google scholar   Researchgate   HAL-CEA (open acces recent publis > 2001)

Research Interests : Light-Matter Interaction, Nanosciences


[2008 - present] ∎ Gold Nanostructures for Plasmonics and Medicine


This theme began at CEA/IRMAIS/NIMBE/LEDNA in 2008. Nanohybrids based on plasmonic nanoparticles (NP) such as gold (Au) have a high technical and societal impact on Energy, Environment and Health. Our objective is to study light-matter interaction in gold nanohybrids, derived from colloidal chemistry, which can behave as nanosources of light, heat or charge carriers (e-, h+), depending on the circumstances. Our activities focus on the synthesis and self-assembly of high quality gold nanoparticles, some of which are very original. These nanostructures are studied in collaboration with teams of experts to discover unexpected properties.

For more information,⇨ Team web page


GRANTS (past and present):

[2013-2016] ANR blanc HAPPLE project with part. 1, 2, 3
[2014-2015] DIM Nano-K

COSSMET project with part. 4

[2018-2020] Plan Cancer HEPPROS project with part. 2, 5



  1. R. Bachelot, P.M. Adam, J. Plain, UTT Troyes, France : ICD-L2n
  2. L. Douillard, C. Fiorini, F. Charra, CEA Saclay, IRAMIS/SPEC, France  : LEPO
  3. O. Soppera, IS2M, Mulhouse, France : IS2M
  4. E. Le Moal, E. Boer-Duchemin, G. Dujardin,  Orsay, France : ISMO
  5. B. Palpant, CentraleSupelec, France : LPQM
  6.  R. Pansu, ENS paris Saclay, France: PPSM
  7. G. Bousquet C. Lebeuf, APHP, Bobigny, Paris 13 university, Avicenne Hospital, Fance


 [1988 -2008] ∎ Photophysics and Photochemistry

Work at the interface "optical spectroscopy and quantum chemistry"

Coll  : Ph. Millié, D. Markovitsi, T. Gustavsson,  M.A. El-sayed, P. Neta, J.C. Mialocq, J.P. Fouassier ..et al...

We have studied many photoinduced reactions such as fluorescence, the formation of triplet states, energy transfer, electron transfer (Marcus theory), the formation of T. I. C. T. states, photoisomerization, photoconductivity, photocatalysis, photoionization, UV damages of DNA, excitonic states, solvatochromism by combining time-resolved spectroscopy and quantum chemistry.


recent publications from the database HAL-CEA ( > 2001)


Curriculum Vitae :

since 1993 : permanent position (CNRS researcher) at  CEA Saclay, France


1997 6 months as visiting scientist in Pr. M. A. El-Sayed’s group, Atlanta, USA (CdS Qdots)
1993 Postdoctoral research, Dr Pedi Neta, N.I.S.T., Washington DC, USA (Radical Chemistry, Pulse Radiolysis)

Ph.D in Molecular-Physics and Chemistry, University of Paris-Sud, Orsay, France

1988 Engineer in Chemistry Ecole Nationale Supérieure de Chimie de Mulhouse, France
1966 Born Besançon, France









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