Patrice Berthod

University of Lorraine , France


Patrice Berthod is initially a Mechanical Engineer graduated in 1987 from the Institut Industriel du Nord (renamed Ecole Centrale de Lille in 1991, France). After Ph.D. degree thesis in science and engineering of materials, he worked for six years as Research Engineer in an industrial research center, in metallurgy (superalloys, cast irons) and foundry techniques. After one year as a teacher in metallurgy and foundry in the Ecole Nationale Supérieure d'Arts et Métiers in Metz (France), he became in 1999 Assistant Professor in the University Henri Poincaré (renamed University of Lorraine in 2011) and in the Laboratory of Mineral Solid Chemistry (renamed Institut Jean Lamour in 2009) in Nancy, France, with teaching activities: inorganic chemistry, metallurgy, mechanical properties of materials, aqueous, and high temperature corrosion and research activities: metallurgy of cast superalloys/refractory alloys, steels and cast-irons, and dental alloys (microstructure characterization, thermodynamic calculations, high temperature oxidation and corrosion, and electrochemical characterization of aqueous corrosion). He obtained Habilitation degree to supervise researches in 2010. He supervised more than six Ph.D. students, two post docs, and numerous students in training period. He is author or coauthor of more than two hundred articles and sixty proceedings and coinventor of four international patents.

Biography Updated on 10 April 2016

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