After receiving the Ph.D. degree in 2001 at the University of Lyon1, Lyon, France, dedicated to the study by plasmon resonance of ultrathin oxides layers made by sol-gel, Arnaud Brioude took a postdoctoral position for 8 months at the Federal Polytechnic School of Lausanne in the Department of Applied Optics to study the development of new CVD reactor for the growth of metallic oxides (SiO2, TiO2) layers on Si substrate. In September 2002, he was nominated an Assistant Professor in Paris 6 at the Laboratory LM2N managed by Professor M.P. Pileni where he proceeded to the theoretical study of the optical response of noble metals nanomaterials of various shapes and sizes. In 2005, he then joined the LMI of LYON1 managed by Professor P. Miele and worked on the synthesis and the characterization of nanostructures 0D, 1D of metallic (In, Ag), semiconductor (SIC and BN), and magnetic (Co, Fe2O3) materials. In 2009, Brioude was nominated an Associated Professor (PR2) to further develop these same research themes. In January 2011, taking into account that several permanent staff aiming to work together around these research fields, he has created the team "Functional Material and Nanostructures."
Biography Updated on 13 December 2011