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Who is Who - Summer School

Nano Physics course @ Summer School
Dr. Clemens Winkelmann is Associate Professor at the Grenoble Institue of Technology since 2008, and the Director of the Summerschool of Nanoscience. He received his PhD in 2004 from Grenoble University, working on the properties of superfluid helium. In 2005 he was awarded a JSPS post-doctoral fellowship at the University of Tokyo, where he studied superconducting materials by scanning tunneling microscopy. His present research activity at Institut Néel focuses on quantum nanoelectronics. His principal topics of research are about mesoscopic superconducting devices, graphene and thermal effects at the nanoscale.

Microsystems course @ Summer School
Dr. Matteo Cocuzza received his Master in Electronic Engineering at the Polytechnic of Turin (Italy) in 1997, and his PhD in Electronic Devices in 2003 from the same University. Since 2004 he has been a researcher of the C.N.R. (Italian National Council of Research). He is lecturer of 2nd level courses related to MEMS and micro- and nano-technologies, also in the framework of the International Master Degree in Nanotechnologies for ICT, a joint master between Polytechnic of Turin, Grenoble INP and EPFL Lausanne. Since 1998 he is involved in the development of MEMS for sensor applications and he is responsible for the Chlab cleanroom. Actually his research is mainly focused on the development of micro- and nano-platforms (Lab-on-a-chip) for genomic and proteomic  applications. In 2005 he was one of the founders of the Latemar National Laboratory, a Centre of Excellence for advanced research in the field of micro and nanotechnologies for genomics and proteomics.
Key words for his research interests: MEMS, microtechnologies, microsystems, microsensors, microfluidics, Lab-On-a-Chip

Nanobiology course @ Summer School
Dr. Yoann Roupioz graduated from the Chemistry Department from the University of Montreal, Canada, in 1997. He came back to France and received his PhD degree in 2001 at the University of Grenoble-Alpes, in the field of Nucleic Acids chemistry. Then, he went to the University of British Columbia, Canada, to work on catalytic Nucleic Acids (2001-2002), and at the French Nuclear Energy Office in Paris (2002-2004) where he focused on living cell micro-arrays. Since 2005, Yoann is Researcher for the French National Center for Scientific Research (CNRS) and is developing cell-based biosensors at the CEA in Grenoble. In 2007, he was recipient of the ‘young Researcher Award’ of the French Biochemical and Molecular Biology Society and also recipient of the 2011 “Masao Horiba Award” in Kyoto, Japan. In 2012, he co-founded the company Prestodiag, based near Paris, which develops micro-arrays and dedicated instruments for the detection of bacterial pathogens in food. Since 2014, he is also Deputy Head of the SPrAM.

Nanoelectronic Devices and Circuits course @ Summer School
Prof. Christophe Vallée received a PhD degree in physics from the University of Nantes/France in 1999. During its thesis he worked on PECVD of SiO2 materials from organosilicon precursors in helicon plasma reactor. From 1999 to 2001 he joined as an associate professor the Laboratory for Electrostatics and Dielectric Materials at Grenoble University where he worked on the deposition and characterization of Diamond-Like Carbon materials and he also developed a Plasma Based Ion Implantation process. Since 2001 he has been at the Microelectronics Technology Laboratory (LTM) where he obtained in 2010 a full professor position. His current research interests focus on insulators used in microelectronics (such as high-k oxides), GeSbTe materials for Phase Change Memories, metal gate deposition for CMOS devices, and passivation layers for electronic devices. A large part of this work is made in collaboration with STMicroelectronics and CEA/LETI on 200 mm and 300 mm industrial tools. He is at the head of a joint research laboratory between LTM and STMicroelectronics.

Lab work @ Summer School
Dr. Celine Ternon. Associate professor at Grenoble Institute of Technology and member of FMNT labs, Celine Ternon works in the field of nanomaterials and nanotechnologies. Her research interest lies at the interface between material science and device application, with a particular interest for the field of renewable energy. Keeping in mind that a good device lies on a good material, the growth and structural characterization of nanostructures (Si-SiO2 multilayers, Si nanodots, Si Nanowires, ZnO Nanowires) is the base of her research work. One of her main objective is to develop new methods allowing the manipulation and integration of the nanomaterials into devices such as dye sensitized solar cells or third generation solar cells.

Lab work @ Summer School
Dr. Consonni received his PhD in 2008 from Grenoble Institute of Technology after research works carried out in CEA-LETI (France). He spent one post-doctoral year in Paul Drude Institute (Germany) and then one post-doctoral year in LTM (France). He joined the Department of Materials for Energy in LMGP as a CNRS associate scientist in 2010. Dr. Consonni's research has focused on the physics of crystal growth and of condensed matter for micro and nano-structures involving compound semiconductors such as ZnO, GaN, or CdTe grown by vapor phase deposition. He is currently working on ZnO nanowire-based solar cells.

Lab work @ Summer School

Prof. Anne Kaminski-Cachopo obtained a PhD from INSA-Lyon in the field of crystalline silicon solar cells in 1997. Then, she spent 8 months at Photowatt as a research engineer. From 1998 to 2010, she was an Associate Professor in the Photovoltaics Group at INL where she specialised on simulation, elaboration and characterisation of silicon solar cells. She joined the IMEP-LAHC lab in September 2010,  to develop photovoltaic research on solar cells.

Interculturality @ Summer School
Véronique Rostas, Intercultural Coach, Facilitator and Consultant. With over twenty years of experience building organizational capabilities, deploying strategic initiatives, and supporting worldwide change management programs, Véronique has worked in a variety of multicultural teams and specializes in supporting international teams working effectively together. In October 2010, Véronique started working as an independent coach and consultant. She is partnering with organizations going through “growing pains”, when culture plays a key role in facilitating change, ensuring strategic alignment and overall engagement from employees and managers to the organization’s vision and strategy. She became a member of ICF (International Coach Federation) in 2011 and obtained her certification by ICF in September 2014.
Véronique leverages her coaching skills to support managers and executives at various international clients, as well as by facilitating workshops and team coaching events. Véronique is an alumni of the Ecole Normale Supérieure, holds the equivalent of a PhD in Geography (Agrégation de Géographie,Université Paris Sorbonne), a Master degree in History from Université de Paris Sorbonne/Oxford University.

Written by Stephane Poirot

Date of update April 12, 2017

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