External collaborations


As Tenured Associate Professor

2021–now: Dr. Michel DROUET (Institut Pprime, France); Prof. Luc PICHON (Institut Pprime, France); Prof. Éric LE BOUHRIS (Institut Pprime, France); Dr. Patrick VILLECHAISE (Institut Pprime, France); Dr. Samuel HÉMERY (Institut Pprime, France)
Surface hardening and fatigue behavior of ß-titanium alloys induced by multi-interstitial followed by mechanical surface treatments: effect of property gradient.

Development of a new STEM-in-SEM technique.

2020–now: Prof. Vincent MAUCHAMP (Institut Pprime, France); Dr. Stéphane CÉLÉRIER (IC2MP, France), Dr. Xavier SAUVAGE (GPM, France), Dr. Wenbo YU (Beijing Jiaotong University, China), Dr. Kaveh EDALATI (I2CNER, Japan)
Hydrogen storage in MAX phases, MXenes and their Mg-based nanocomposites.

2020–now: Prof. Dierk RAABE (Max Planck Institut für Eisenforschung, Germany)
Effect of microstructure on the intern stress field within grains.

2019–now: Dr. Guillaume LAPLANCHE (Ruhr Universität Bochum, Germany)
Plasticity of High Entropy Alloys (HEA).

2019–now: Prof. Laurent CAPOLUNGO (Los Alamos National Laboratory, USA)
Effect of free surfaces on the stability of dislocation configurations.

2019–now: Dr. Wenbo YU (Beijing Jiaotong University, China)
Characterization of MAX phases/metals composites.

2019–now: Prof. Anthony D. ROLLETT (Carnegie Mellon University, USA)
Confrontation between in-situ Electron Channeling Contrast Imaging with mesoscale polycrystal plasticity models.

2017–2019: Prof. Cécile HEBERT (EPFL-LSME, Switzerland)
3D reconstruction of complex dislocation configurations.

2016–now: Jean-Claude MENARD (Ahead Microscopy, France)
Development of a new generation of STEM-in-SEM detector.

During my Postdoc

2014–2015: Dr. Rolf BRÖNNIMANN (EMPA-TNI, Switzerland)
Picosecond pulsed laser ablation for micromechanical testing.

During my PhD

2013–2014: Dr. Karine GOURIET (UMET, France), Prof. Philippe CARREZ (UMET, France) and Prof. Patrick CORDIER (UMET, France)
Dislocation modelling in MAX phases.

2010–2013: Prof. Helena VAN SWYGENHOVEN (PSI-PEM, Switzerland) and Dr. Steven VAN PETEGEM (PSI-PEM, Switzerland)
In-situ compressions of MAX phases.