graduated from Télécom SudParis in 2004 with a specialty in optics and high frequency sensors. She joined CEA in 2005 to developed new design of sensor. Since 2008, she is a staff member at the Diamond Sensors Laboratory, where her main research topic is based on the study of nanodiamonds f ... more
Prof. Dr. Jean-Charles Arnault
Commissariat à l'énergie atomique et aux énergies alternatives (CEA), Diamond Sensor Laboratory
is a research director at the atomic energy and alternative energies commission (CEA). After obtaining his PhD degree in 1993, he was an assistant professor at Strasbourg University until 2007, when he joined the Diamond Sensors Laboratory at CEA. His prior expertise concerns diamond nucleation and growth, interactions between MPCVD plasmas with surfaces using in situ surface analysis methods and electron microscopies. Since 2008, his research has focused on diamond nanoparticles. He initiated a new research field at CEA dealing with surface modifications of diamond nanoparticles using plasma or thermal treatments to control their surface terminations and confer new surface properties. Recently, hydrogenated nanodiamonds revealed solid assets for bioapplications in particular a radiation sensitisation effect.