Damien Saurel

Damien  Saurel

+34 945 297 108

Parque Tecnologico C/Albert Einstein 48 CP 01510 Minano (Alava) Spain
Area de investigación
Almacenamiento de energía eléctrica Associate researcher Member

Damien Saurel completed his PhD in 2005 in the university of Caen, France, working on electronic and magnetic properties of manganese oxides in the CRISMAT laboratory. In 2006 he joined the Institute of Nanosciences of Aragon - INA (University of Zaragoza, Spain) as a postdoctoral researcher working on the setup of a prototype for detection of magnetic nanoparticles for quantitative chromatographic medical test. In 2006 he joined the Institute for Nanoscale Physics and Chemistry - INPAC of the University of Leuven (Belgium) as a postdoctoral researcher where he studied the nanometric confinement effects by photoluminescence under high magnetic field of Er-doped nano-glass ceramics for telecommunication applications. In 2008 he became assistant professor at the University of Caen (France), working on thermoelectric oxides in the CRISMAT laboratory. In 2009 he became tenured assistant professor in the university of Rouen (France), working in the GPM laboratory working on instrumentation of the atom probe tomography (APT) technique, up to joining the CIC energigune in July 2011 as associate researcher.

He is a physicist, specialist of the physical properties of transition metal oxides, transport, luminescence, magnetism. He is also an expert in the Small Angle Scattering technique, which he developed during his phD the application on magnetic phase separation in colossal magnetoresistive manganese oxides. In the CIC energigune his main focus is on advanced physical characterization techniques and Small Angle X-rays Scattering (SAXS) for optimizing the performances of materials for electrochemical storage.


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