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Greg Cabailh

Research experience

2012-to date

  • Associate Professor at Université Pierre et Marie Curie (Paris 6), Paris, France. Institut des Nanosciences de Paris (INSP) – Low-dimensional oxides.
  • Research themes : model catalysts, hydroxylation and hydration, growth mode, oxide nano-objects : thin films and nanoparticles, atomic and electronic structures.

2012

  • Research Fellow (ANR Cocotrans), INSP and National Center for Scientific Research (CNRS).
  • « Transparent silver conductive layers for reinforced thermal insulation glazing and OLEDs electrodes. »

2011

  • Research assistant, Centre Interdisciplinaire de Nanoscience de Marseille (CNRS).
  • “Physical analysis of the interaction of molecules on insulator surfaces by noncontact atomic force microscopy (NCAFM).”

2009-2010

  • Research assistant, INPS, UPMC, CNRS, Paris.
  • “Morphology and reactivity of gold nanoparticles supported on crystalline oxides.”

2004-2008

  • Research assistant, London Centre for Nanotechnology, University College London.
  • “Studies of the interaction of small molecules and atoms with metal/oxide surfaces.” (NanoChemSens European research network).

2000-2004

  • Ph.D. in Physics. ‘Synchrotron radiation studies of organic/inorganic semiconductor interfaces’. Trinity College Dublin, Ireland.