Prof. Brioude Arnaud
University of Lyon, Institut Universitaire de France, FRANCE
2001 Ph.D., Information
& Computer Science, University of California, Irvine, USA
1998 M.S., University
of LYON, FRANCE
1995 B.S., University
of LYON, FRANCE
nanostructured materials, specifically on the synthesis of novel multifunctional materials, their characterization and the study of their physical properties.
Synthesis of crystalline metal oxide nanoparticles, hybrid materials and thin films by novel routes.
Characterization, especially by electron microscopy (TEM) and by spectroscopy means (UV-vis and Raman studies).
Study of their physical properties: optical, magnetic, catalytic, sensing.
Theoretical Simulation of optical properties at the nanoscale.
A., Jiang X.C. and Pileni M.P. (2005), Optical properties of gold nanorods: DDA
simulations supported by experiments, Journal of Physical Chemistry B, 109, 27,
X.C., Brioude A., and Pileni M.P. (2006), Gold nanorods: Limitations on their
synthesis and optical properties, Colloids and Surfaces A-Physicochemical and
Engineering Aspects, 277, 1-3, 201-206.
C., Lisiecki I., Brioude A., Urban J. and Pileni M.P. (2004) Collections of
copper nanocrystals characterized by different sizes and shapes: Optical
response of these nanoobjects, Journal of Physical Chemistry B, 108, 35, 13242-13248.
O. L., Bachelier G., Del Fatti N., Vallee F., Brioude A. Jiang X.C and Pileni
M.P. (2008), Quantitative absorption spectroscopy of a single gold nanorod, Journal
of Physical Chemistry C, 112, 24, 8917-8921.
M., Brioude A., Cornu D., Ferro G. and Miele P. (2007) A Raman spectroscopy
study of individual SiC nanowires, Advanced Functional Materials, 17, 6,
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