12 juillet 2013 ( dernière mise à jour : 26 juin 2015 )
ANDRA thesis, 50% LGIT, 50% CEA
M.Sc. in Nuclear Chemistry at Paris National School of Chemistry (2009)
Reactive transport of hydrogen in argillite
CAS PhD studenti
B.A. in Material Chemistry, M.Sc. in Env. Sci., University of Wuhan, China (2010)
Use of chitosane-clay bionanocomposite and imogolite nanotubes to remove As, F and antibiotics from contaminated waters.
DFZ thesis, 50% advisor : Andreas Scheinost, ESRF-FZD, Grenoble
M.Sc. in Biochemistry, University of XXXX, Germany (2005)
Chemistry of Antimony, Selenium and Plutonium and their reactivity towards natural Fe(II)-rich minerals. Spectroscopy (XAFS, XPS). Wet chemistry, structural based surface complexation modeling.
33% advisor : Gabriela Roman Ross, University of Girona, Spain and Luca Montanarella, Ispra, Italy
M.Sc. in Environmental Chemistry, University of Manchester, UK(2007)
Floodplain chemistry ; redox cycles upon flooding and chemistry of arsenic and iron ; GIS of As affected groundwaters.
60% Advisor : Garrison Sposito, University of California, Berkeley, USA
B.A. in Molecular & Cell Biology, University of California, Berkeley, USA(1999)
Arsenic Uptake and Chemical Speciation in Coastal Marine Algae, Ulva Lactuca. _ Comparison of the San Francisco Bay and Mediterranean Sea. A scientific basis for biomonitoring and bioremediation
visting Ph.D. Student ; Guangzhou Institute of Geochemistry,China Academy of Science, China
Selenium reaction with FeS2, FeS ; Structure of Fe(S,Se) solid solutions
|Nghim Van Tuan
66% advisor : Rachid Nejaï, Geography Department, UJF, Grenoble
M.Sc. in Soil Science, University of Hanoï, Vietnam (2008)
Ph.D. in ETH-Zürich and PSI, Switzerland (2006)
Methylation of selenium in soils (total fluxes by 75Se, trapping by HNO3 and speciation by HPLC-AFS or ICP-MS. Arsenic presence in natural limestone : identification of incorporation mechanisms.
Ph.D. in Physics at University of Grenoble (2006)
XAFS of seleniumin calcite and sulfides
Ph.D. in Earth Sciences, Univ. Nancy, France (2004)
Surface chemistry and physics of FeS2 and FeS nanoparticles and their reactivity towards Se.
|ENGINEERS AND VISITING SCHOLARS||Engineers shared with other members of the LGIT geochemistry group|
visiting PhD student (Guangzhou University)
visiting Graduate student (Cambodia)