Center for the Computational Design of Functional Layered Materials
I received my bachelor’s degree in Physics and Chemistry in 2010 and my master's degree in Materials Engineering and Renewable Energy Sources in 2012 from University of Poitiers, France. I defended my Ph.D. in December 2015. During my doctoral research, I focused on studying innovative materials (LaMnO3, YSZ, Co3Mo3N,…) by applying both isotopic exchange and infrared spectroscopic techniques for heterogeneous catalysis application (CH4 oxidation, NH3 synthesis). I joined the group of Dr. Eric Borguet in October 2016 as a postdoctoral researcher.
- Catalysis and Photocatalysis
- Semiconducting layered and 2D materials
- Plasmonic nanomaterial
- Spectroscopic techniques