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MATériaux, InterfaceS, Surfaces, Environnement




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4 disciplines



      Sciences de la Terre


18 partenaires

  400 permanents




Laurence Bonnet-Lericque

Professeurs invités


Le soutien apporté au chercheur invité est plafonné à 4 000 € par mois, pour une période d’un mois, sur la base des frais réels de mission suivant les modalités de l’UPMC (frais de déplacement, logement, per diem, frais de conférence).

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Chercheurs invités par le Labex MATISSE :





Alexis Templeton (invited at IMPMC)

Associate Professor Department of Geological Sciences, University of Colorado at Boulder

Reseach : Microbe / Mineral interactions in geological systems
The research projects combine a blend of field and laboratory work, integrating aqueous geochemistry, mineral surface chemistry and biofilm studies to interrogate microbe-mineral interactions at a mechanistic-level.  The team is also specialized in X-rayNouvelle fenêtre and Raman spectroscopyNouvelle fenêtre to reveal pathways of biomineralization.





Juan Rodriguez-Carvajal (invited at IMPMC)

Doctor in Physics (Solid State), University of Barcelona 1984.
Diffraction Group Leader at ILL
Research and Teaching experience in Condensed Matter Physics and Crystallography for thirty four years.
Areas of knowledge:
Powder and single crystal x-rays and neutron scattering.
Symmetry analysis, crystallography and magnetism.
Oxides presenting remarkable properties: superconductivity,
giant magnetoresistance,
charge, spin & orbital ordering.
Computer programming and data analysis.
Neutron diffraction instrumentation.

Yasutami Takada (invited at LPEM)

Professor, Institute for Solid State Physics, University of Tokyo

Research subject

- GWΓ method: Development of the calculation method for the electron self-energy always satisfying the Ward identity and investigation of the properties in the low-density electron gas

- First-principles calculation of the superconducting transition temperature: Proposal of a good functional form for the pairing interaction in the density functional theory for superconductors and investigation of high-temperature superconductivity in an attraction-repulsion competitive system

- Atom/molecule embedded electron gas: Kondo problem from first principles and developments of the exchange and correlation energy functional


 Alokmay Datta (invited at IMPMC)

Senior Professor
Applied Material Science Division , Saha Institute of Nuclear Physics India

Research interests :
- Structure and dynamics at surfaces and interfaces in soft materials and nanomaterials including nano-bio interfaces
- Dynamics in non-extensive systems

Eero Kontturi (invited at LCMCP)

Position: Academy Research Fellow
Affiliation: Department of Forest Products Technology, School of Chemical Technology, Aalto University(Helsinki, Finland)
M.Sc. Helsinki University of Technology (Finland)
Scientific expertise
- Chemistry of wood and wood-based materials such as paper, pulp, or nanocellulose
- All aspects of cellulose chemistry (modification, degradation, dissolution, characterisation,extraction from plant matrix etc.)
- Ultrathin polymeric films, their preparation and behaviour upon various treatments (specific expertise in spin coating, Langmuir-Blodgett deposition, polymer blend films, and dewetting)
- Surface sensitive characterization techniques for organic materials (particularly x-ray reflectivity,reflection absorption IR, x-ray photoelectron spectroscopy, quartz crystal microbalance withdissipation monitoring, surface plasmon resonance, and atomic force microscopy)


Guido L.B. Wiesenberg (invited at IMPMC)

Senior Teaching and Research Associate
Soil Science and Biogeochemistry Unit, Department of Geography, University of Zurich - Irchel
Research interests
: Carbon and nitrogen cycling in past, recent and future terrestrial environments
Method development for application of molecular proxies in environmental samples






Melinda J. Duer (invited at LCMCP)

Position : Reader in Biological and Biomedical Chemistry-Department of Chemistry, University of Cambridge

Main areas of interests : Understanding the atomic structures of tissues, in particular musculoskeletal tissues such as bone and cartilage, and vascular tissue, with the aims of understanding both physiological and pathological processes in terms of the molecular structures actually involved in processes such as development of collagenous tissues, bone mineralization and the changes in tissues associated with ageing. Pathological processes  (but not exclusively) : vascular and kidney calcification, osteoarthritis and osteoporosis.


Karl Syassen(invited at IMPMC)

Max Planck Institute Stuttgart

 Yanbin Wang (will visit IMPMC in 2015)

Current Appointment Status: Senior Scientist Center for Advanced Radiation Sources, the University of Chicago (since 2009)
Academic Record:Peking University, Beijing, China
1978 -1982 B. S., Geophysics, 1982Peking University, Beijing, China,
1982 –1984 Dept Geophysics, Graduate programState University of New York, Stony Brook, NY 1985 –1991 Ph. D.,  Geophysics/Mineral Physics, 1991 (Advisor: Robert C. Liebermann).







- 22/05/15