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DAMIEN BACHELLERIE

Materials R&D Project Leader

DAMIEN BACHELLERIE
40 years old
Driving License
Professional Status
Employed
Open to opportunities
About Me
I am an industrial researcher with more than 11 years of experience. After some researches on carbonaceous materials (graphene, alkyl radicals), I am now focus on new composite materials for High Voltage applications. In addition to my research skills, I am experimented in project management, in communication with customers, in technological watch and in team management.

I am interested to continue to work in materials R&D projects either in the energy domain or in new technologies.

To succeed in my tasks, I have got an out of the box mind which allows me to quickly analyse various topics (e.g. management, technological bottle-necks, project tenders, communications) to extract current or potential issues then to propose innovating solutions to counter or avoid them. This allows me to complete my projects in time while respecting their budgets.

Ph.D. in molecular physical-chemistry

University Paris-Sud 11 - LCAM
September 2005 to December 2008
France
  • In charge of a research project to understand the formation of molecular hydrogen in the interstellar medium - study of reaction between atoms and surfaces
  • 3 peer-reviewed publications as first author and several communications (posters and presentations in national and international conferences)
Detailed Description
  • Eley-Rideal formation of H2 involving one of two para-chemisorbed H atoms on a graphite surfaceChem.Phys.Lett 448 (2007) 223–227
  • Effects of a Nonrigid Graphene Surface on the LH Associative desorption of H Atoms and on the Deexcitation of Nascent H2 Molecules Colliding with Model Walls of Carbonaceous Porous MaterialJ. Phys. Chem. A, 2009, 113 (1), pp 108–117
  • Unrestricted study of the Eley–Rideal formation of H2 on graphene using a new multidimensional graphene–H–H potential: role of the substratPhys. Chem. Chem. Phys., 2009,11, 2715-2729
  • Conception of a new semi-empirical potential for interaction of hydrogen and graphene (design, conception, coding, optimization, debugging and exploitation)
    more than 600 freedom degrees considered
  • Communication et science popularization : presentation of researches performed by the laboratory and the team in the national "festival of science" event.