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Unité Matériaux et Transformations
CNRS UMR 8207 - Université de Lille

UMET - Earth and Planetary Materials

Earth and Planetary Materials - PhD Thesis

 

Presently, there are 5 PhD candidates in the group. Since 2013, 14 PhD theses were defended.

Current PhD thesis
 StartPhD Advisors
1Jeffrey GAY2018Sébastien MERKEL
Microstructures induced by phase transformations at the 650km discontinuity
2Tommaso MANDOLINI2018Nadège HILAIRET, Sébastien MERKEL
Deformation of suduction zone rocks under high pressures
3Konstantinos THOMAIDIS2018Jannick INGRIN, Pierre HIREL
Do mantle xenoliths preserved water signature from the lithospheric mantle and how ? An experimental et numerical approach
4Estelle LEDOUX2018Sébastien MERKEL, Damien JACOB
Transformation microstructures in olivine
5Pierre-Marie ZANETTA2016Hugues LEROUX, Brigitte Zanda, Corentin LE GUILLOU
 
Defended PhD thesis
 EndPhD Advisors
1Yvan Georges Ngassa Tankeu2018Damien JACOB
Structural analysis of mineralogical oxydes at the nanometric scale using quantitative electron diffraction
2Baptiste Stephan2018Damien JACOB, Delabrouille Frédéric
A kinetic and microstructural study of order-disorder transformation in Ni2Cr alloys with low iron content
3Christopher Langrand2017Sébastien MERKEL, Nadège HILAIRET
Experimental Study of Perovskite / Post-Perovskite Phase Transformation Mechanism and its Kinetics in the Earth Mantle (full card)
4Sarah Incel2017Nadège HILAIRET, Schubnel Alexandre
Experimental constrains on rheology during metamorphic reactions (thèse ENS Paris) (full card)
5Huan Chen2017Jannick INGRIN, XIA Qunke
The role of the Pacific subduction in the genesis of Cenozoic basalts in eastern China: New constrains from water content and oxygen isotope composition (full card)
6Thomas Ferrand2017Schubnel Alexandre, Nadège HILAIRET
Reproduction of experimental analogues of intermediate depth earthquakes through antigorite dehydration and comparison to natural pseudotachylites (thèse ENS Paris)
7Xiaoyan Gu2016Jannick INGRIN, Etienne Deloule
Melt-rock interaction signatures in peridotite from sub-continental mantle (French Massif Central) : A trace element, H, Li and δ7Li approach (thèse de l'université de Lorraine)
8Guillaume Bellino2015Hugues LEROUX
Analytical transmission electron microscopy study of unmelted and partially melted chondrules in primitive ordinary chondrites (full card)
9Peipei Zhang2015Jannick INGRIN, Qun-Ke Xia
Hydrogen diffusion in NAMs : andradite garnet and zircon (full card)
10Boris Laurent2014Hugues LEROUX, Mathieu Roskosz
Hydrogen fractionation induced by ionizing irradiation of protoplanetary dust analogs (full card)
11Priscille Cuvillier2014Hugues LEROUX, Damien JACOB
Quantitative analysis of diffusion phenomena in meteorite samples. Transmission electron microscopy study. (full card)
12Eric Vigouroux2014Jannick INGRIN
Hydrogen diffusivity in wadsleyite : estimation of the water content in the transition zone of the earth's mantle (full card)
13Ainhoa Lincot2013Philippe Cardin, Sébastien MERKEL
Direct models of seismic anisotropie in the Earth inner core and study of textures induced by the α-ε transition in iron (full card)
14Caroline Bollinger2013Sébastien MERKEL
Rheology of polycrystalline olivine under upper mantle conditions: an in-situ study in the D-DIA (full card)
15Carole Nisr2011Sébastien MERKEL, Patrick CORDIER
In-situ characterization of dislocations in minerals under high pressure (full card)
16Jessy Gillot2010Hugues LEROUX, Mathieu Roskosz
Synthesis and crystallization of porous amorphous silicates in the MgO-CaO-SiO2 ternary: application the amorphous-crystal transition in accretion disks (full card)
17Julien Stodolna2010Hugues LEROUX, Damien JACOB
Transmission electron microscopy study of cometary samples from the Startdust mission (full card)
18Elodie Amiguet2009Paul RATERRON, Patrick CORDIER
Experimental deformation of diopside in the pressure and temperature conditions of the upper mantle (full card)
19Carinne Davoisne2006Hugues LEROUX
Evolution des silicates dans les milieux interstellaires, circumstellaires et cométaires : le rôle de l’irradiation et de la température
 
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CNRS UMR 8207
Université de Lille
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59655 Villeneuve d'Ascq
France
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