Ministère de la Culture et de la Communication
Université Versailles Saint-Quentin


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Current research

My project involves the study of semiconductor phases present within corrosion layers of copper-based archaeological artifacts. In particular, my work consists in determining the relationships between temperature and the process of obtaining copper oxide on its photoluminescence properties. The properties of the Cu2O phases identified within the Mehrgarh amulet, the first known relic realised with the lost wax technique, are compared with those of model systems synthesised by multiple processes : casting, high and low temperature oxidation of copper, reduction of copper ions.


  • "Effect of temperature and production process on the photoluminescence properties of Cu2O copper oxide", under Mathieu Thoury’s supervision, IPANEMA, Gif-sur-Yvette, February-August 2018.
  • Master’s degree in materials characterisation at Sorbonne University (UPMC), 2018-2019.
  • "Biomimetic mineralization synthesis of biocompatible Metal Organic Frameworks", "Applied Porous Materials", Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO), Melbourne, April-August 2018, internship.
  • ParisTech School of Chemical Engineering (ENSCP), 2016-2019.