Laboratoire SIMaP 1130 rue de la piscine 38402 Saint Martin d'hères
Teaching: mineral materials, thermal treatments, characterization
(2nd & 3rd year from the chemistry department, and master 2 at UGA).
Research domain: carbide, nitrides, oxides -high temperature oxidation-, photo-electrochemistry, structural characterization, semi-conducting materials, 1D-nanostructures.
ANRJC research project “PSEUDO” on the semiconducting properties study of thin metallic oxide layers (2015-2019) / PEC-ASTAR coupling
Architecturated ceramic coatings on stainless steel wires by PVD in a continuous mode
Book « Silicon carbide one-dimensional nanostructures » ISTE-Wiley editions in French and in English:
Book chapter titled "Si, SiGe and SiC Nanowires: Growth, Structural Characterization and some related Applications" included in the Vol. 4 "Namomaterials and Nanostructures" of the Multi Vol. Set on Nanotechnology. Studium Press LLC ISBN: 1-62699-004-2, ed. 2013.
Thesis in progress:
S. Selva (2018-2021): Ti alloys corrosion in pressurized water reactor. Coll. CEA-Saclay.
M. Huang (2018-2021): chromia properties. Coll. CEA-Saclay
F. Da Fonseca (2019-2022): shadow corrosion Zr alloys. Coll. Framatome.
C. Esparza (2017-2020): Ceramics coatings on stainless steel wires by PVD in a continuous mode. Coll. Ugitech.
T. Roy(2017-2020): Solar collectors optimization. Coll. Aperam.
Thesis recently defended:
Y. Parsa (2018): Structural and electronic properties of chromia
S. Grosso (2017): Multi-architectured and multi-functionalized Ti, TiN and TiOx stainless steel wires
M. Ollivier (2013): Growth of one-dimensional SiC-based nanostructures
J. Choi (2013): Characterization and integration of SiC nanowires into a nano-transistor
E. Rossitto (2009): Synthesis and assembly under electric field of anisotropic semiconductor nanocrystals
2014 Habilitat, Grenoble University
"Original one-dimensional SiC-based nanostructures"
2007 Associate professor, Grenoble University
2006 Ph. D., Materials Science, Grenoble Institute of Technology
"Bulk growth of single-crystalline cubic silicon carbide"
2003 Master research degree in materials science (Grenoble)
Engineering degree (ENSEEG) Grenoble-INP
mise à jour le 3 avril 2020