Blaise Fleury

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Blaise Fleury

Post-doctoral Fellow


Post-doctoral Fellows



Nanoparticle formation mechanisms extended from classical to non-classical pathway for synthesis engineering. Nanoparticle assemblies self-driven or not for optical,electrical and energy applications. Major use of X-Ray characterization techniques and electron microscopy.

2015-Present Postodctoral fellow in the Murray Group
2013-2015 Postdoctoral fellow at CEA Saclay/CNRS, SIS2M laboratory (now NIMBE) in the LIONS group.
2009-2012 Ph.D. in material science from Solid-State Chemistry group at Condensed matter Physics lab (PMC) at Ecole Polytechnique (France)
2005-2009 Graduated from ESPCI and Université Pierre et Marie Curie (Paris VI) (both master’s degree)