M. WEBER Matthieu

Ingénieur de recherche CNRS - Elaboration et caractérisation de matériaux
Laboratoire des Matériaux et du Génie Physique Grenoble INP - CNRS, Minatec 3, parvis Louis Néel 38016 Grenoble
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Scientific, technical and administrative support on the activities related to ALD, SALD and MOCVD for multiple research projects with academic and industrial collaborators,
Caracterisation of the films surface properties (X-Ray Photoelectron Spectroscopy, ellipsometry)
Lab referee for sustainability (ESG/referent DD&RS)


Activités / CV

Matthieu Weber obtained a double M.Sc. in Material science Engineering and Nanotechnologies in 2009 from the University of Technology of Troyes (UTT). He completed his M.Sc. studies at the Helmholtz-Zentrum Berlin (Germany), where he worked on the development of ZnO thin films for solar photovoltaics.
He then carried out his doctoral research work focusing on atomic layer deposition (ALD) of noble metal nanoparticles and thin films, in the Kessels group (Eindhoven University of Technology, The Netherlands), and obtained his Ph.D. in 2014.
As a postdoctoral researcher at the European Institute of Membranes of Montpellier (France), he then focused his work on the ALD synthesis of oxides, nitrides and metallic nanomaterials for water filtration and gas separation membranes, within the scheme of several national research projects (2 ANR projects, 1 SATT). Finally, he also gained experience in the field of research valorisation and tech transfer (2 years experience in SPV and Carnot institute).

He joined the LMGP in 2021 as a research engineer. His main activities concern the preparation of thin films by ALD and MOCVD, and the characterization of their surface properties using XPS and ellipsometry. His research interests include the synthesis of nanostructured functional materials such as transparent conductors, membranes and sensors, and he is interested in the development of more environmentallly friendly and less hazardous processes.
He is the lab referee for Sustainability (ESG/referent DD
&RS), promoting the use of greener chemistries and the improvment of energy/resources efficiency. 

He is a member of the Marie Curie Fellows Association (MCFA) and he is also a committee member of the yearly French ALD conferences (RAFALD).
Overall, he published over 40 scientific publications in the field of ALD, and more details and the complete list can be found in the link below: