Abderrahmane Tadjeddine

Université Paris-Sud 11, France

Abderrahmane Tadjeddine received the State French Doctorate of Physical Sciences from the University of Paris Diderot, Paris 7 in 1976 with the title “Investigation of the electrochemical interface by ellipsometry and surface plasmon excitation.” From 1969 to 2009, he was a Scientist and Senior Scientist at the CNRS, from 2001 to 2009, Director of LURE, The French National Synchrotron Facility, from 2005 to 2009, Deputy Scientific Director at the CNRS Headquarter in charge of Large Facilities for Chemistry, Biology and Environment and Sustainable Development Departments. Since September 2009, he serves as Directeur de Recherche de Classe Exceptionnelle Emerite. Tadjeddine's main scientific field is electrochemical interfaces and interfacial films: structure of the interface, surface electronic properties, ionic and molecular adsorption, interactions between the interfacial species and the electrode, correlation between the reactivity and the microscopic structure, in situ characterization of interfacial processes, identification of adsorbed intermediates of interfacial reactions.

Biography Updated on 30 May 2012

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