Claire Roiland

CNRS Research Engineer

Email : claire [dot] roiland [at] univ-rennes1 [dot] fr

Phone : 0223235438

Office number : Beaulieu - Building 10 A - 054

Research topics – Scientific & technical skills

  •  Solid State Nuclear Magnetic Resonance :
    • In charge of the solid state NMR facilities (Bruker AvIII 300MHz & Bruker AvIII 600MHz)
    • Very low temperature (up to 4K) or high pressure experiments
  • Nuclear Quadrupolar Resonance
  • PFG experiments

Education and professional experiences 

  • Since 2009 : CNRS Research Engineer at ISCR (UMR 6226)
  • Post-doctoral fellow (2007 – 2008) : Laboratoire de Chimie de la Matière Condensée (LCMCP CNRS UMR 7475) : I performed Solid-State NMR experiments to characterize new drug delivery systems based on hybrid silica materials.
  • PhD in Chemistry (2007) - Université d’Orléans - Laboratoire Condition Extrêmes et Matériaux : Haute Température et Irradiation (CEMHTI), supervised by Dr P. Simon and Dr F. Fayon “Etude de l’ordre local par spectroscopies RMN à l’état solide et RAMAN de systèmes désordonnés“: I studied the local structure of disordered phosphate compounds by Raman and Solid-State NMR spectroscopies: How to characterize the local order in a disordered material? I developed Solid-State NMR tools to allow the characterization of phosphate chains in calcium phosphate glass. This method linked with Raman spectroscopy offers an accurate description of the short and medium range order in glassy compounds.
  • 2004 : INSA engineer

 

Publications referenced in HAL (may be incomplete)