Local Organizing Committee

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Sylvain Ravy is a CNRS researcher, working at Laboratoire de Physique des Solides (LPS) in Paris-Saclay University.

His main research activities concern coherent and time-resolved diffraction.

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Andy Thompson is a macromolecular crystallographer, working at the SOLEIL synchrotron.

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Co-Chair - Synchrotron SOLEIL

Jean-Paul Itié is a CNRS research director working at synchrotron SOLEIL as beamline responsible. His main research activity concerns crystallography under extreme conditions.

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Sylvain RAVY

Chair - LPS

Andy THOMPSON

Chair - Synchrotron SOLEIL

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Anne BLEUZEN

Anne Bleuzen is Professor at the Paris-Saclay University (France). Within the Institut de Chimie Moléculaire et des Matériaux d’Orsay (ICMMO) she works in the field of molecular materials and nanomaterials exhibiting magnetic and photomagnetic properties.

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Françoise DAMAY

Laboratoire Léon Brillouin (LLB)

Directeur de recherches CNRS au laboratoire Léon Brillouin (CEA Saclay), her research activity focuses on the understanding of structure-properties relationships in complex oxides, and  favours neutron diffusion as an experimental technique.

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Gender Balance Advisor at ECM33 - Institut de Chimie Moléculaire et des Matériaux d'Orsay (ICMMO)

Laure DELLA GIUSTINA

Coordinator of the local

Organizing Committee – Synchrotron SOLEIL 

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Professor at University of Versailles Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines.

Head of IPANEMA.

Crystallographer,  representing the community of archaeology, paleo-environments, paleontology and cultural heritage.

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Pierre FERTEY

Synchrotron SOLEIL

Pierre Fertey is beamline manager of the CRISTAL beamline at synchrotron SOLEIL.

His main research activity concerns crystallography at non ambient conditions and charge density analysis.

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Camille GODEFROY

Apprentice

She has been training for 2 years about events. For her last year of master’s degree, Event and Tourism Manager, she joined Synchrotron SOLEIL for the organization of ECM33.

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Victor ETGENS

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Nathalie GUILLOU

Institut Lavoisier, UVSQ

Nathalie Guillou is a CNRS researcher, working at Institut Lavoisier Versailles in UVSQ - Paris Saclay University. Her main activities concern structural determination of coordination polymers and Metal Organic Frameworks from powder diffraction techniques.  

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René GUINEBRETIERE

AFC

René Guinebretière is Professor of physic of condensed matter at the University of Limoges. His research activities concern mainly microstructural studies of oxide nanostructured materials through X-ray scattering. He is the past-president of the French Crystallography Association (AFC).

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Philippe Guionneau is Professor at the University of Bordeaux (France) within the Institute of Condensed Matter Chemistry of Bordeaux (ICMCB). As a crystallographer, he works mainly on the structure-properties relationships in molecular materials showing phase transitions induced by temperature, pressure or light irradiation. He is presently the president of the French Crystallography Association (AFC).

Philippe GUIONNEAU

Professor at the University of Bordeaux

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MX Industrial liaison scientist at Synchrotron SOLEIL.

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Vincent Jacques research is mainly focused on correlated electrons systems, that he studies with coherent and time-resolved x-ray diffraction techniques.
 

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Vincent JACQUES

LPS

Pascale Launois is a CNRS researcher, working at Laboratoire de Physique des Solides (LPS) in Paris-Saclay University.

Her main research activities concern nano-confinement within geo-inspired nanotubes, based on X-ray  and inelastic neutron scattering.

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Pascale LAUNOIS

Tatiana ISABET

 Synchrotron SOLEIL

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Research Scientist at CEA Saclay, Institute of Integrative Biology of the Cell

Expertise : Macromolecular crystallography combined with complementary structural biology and biophysic approaches.

Main research topic : telomeres architecture, assemblies involved in DNA repair and stability

Additional expertise : Master degree of multimedia education designer, applied to distance learning.

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Yves Mechulam is a CNRS researcher and Professor at Ecole polytechnique working at the « Structural Biology of the Cell » laboratory (BIOC, Institut Polytechnique de Paris). His main research activities concern the structure and function of the machineries responsible for translation of messenger RNA into protein in living cells.

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Solange MORERA

Institut de Biologie Intégrative

de la Cellule (I2BC)

Solange Morera is a CNRS researcher working at Institute of Integrative Biology of the Cell, Gif sur Yvette. She has expertise in  macromolecular crystallography combined with complementary biophysic approaches. Her main research activities concern protein-ligand, protein-DNA and protein-protein interactions as well as enzymatic mechanisms.

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Marie-Hélène LE DU

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Cécile QUANTIN

Géosciences Paris-Sud (GEOPS)

Cécile Quantin is Professor at the Université Paris Saclay within the Geoscience Paris Saclay lab. Her main research activity concerns environmental geochemistry and mineralogy.

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Pillet Sébastien, CNRS researcher at CRM2 (Laboratoire de Cristallographie, Résonance Magnétique et Modélisation - Nancy), treasurer of the French Crystallographic Association. Research activities focus on light-induced structural processes in molecular solids.

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Sébastien PILLET