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MATériaux, InterfaceS, Surfaces, Environnement

Les professeurs invités en 2015

Du 1er au 27 février : Melinda J. DUER

University of Cambridge - UK

Invitée par Christion Bonhomme du LCMCP.

Current 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

Max Planck Institute of Stuttgart - Germany

Invité par Stephan Klotz de l'IMPMC

Current position : senior-scientist position at MPI

 

 

 

 

 

Du 1er au 30 Avril et 1er au 30 octobre : Yanbin WANG

University of Chicago - USA

Invité par Guillaume Fiquet de l'IMPMC.

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).

 

19 octobre au 24 novembre : Peter N. PINTAURO

Vanderbilt University of Nashville - USA

Invité par Christel Laberty-Robert du LCMCP.

  • H. Eugene McBrayer Professor of Chemical Engineering, Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering, Vanderbilt University, Nashville, TN

+ Page personnelle - Vanderbilt School of Engineering

23/01/18

Traductions :

    MATISSE en chiffres

    • 4 disciplines : Chimie, Physique, Sciences de la Terre, Patrimoine
    • 400 permanents

    Contact

    Direction

    Florence Babonneau

     

    Administration

    Laurence Bonnet-Lericque

    matisse@sorbonne-universite.fr (matisse @ upmc.fr)

    Tél. 01 44 27 62 36

     

    Communication

    Emmanuel Sautjeau

    emmanuel.sautjeau @ sorbonne-universite.fr