Email : maryline [dot] guilloux-viry [at] univ-rennes1 [dot] fr
Phone : +33 (0)2 23 23 56 55
Office number : Beaulieu - Building 10A - 050
Full Professor at University of Rennes
Director of ScanMAT, UMS CNRS 2001, University of Rennes
Deputy Director of ISCR, UMR 6226 CNRS – University of Rennes
Author identification ORCID : 0000-0001-7773-1643
Maryline Guilloux-Viry received the PhD degree in physics from the University of Rennes, France, in 1991, and the accreditation to supervise research (HDR) in 1998. Her PhD was focused on YBCO high Tc superconductor epitaxial thin films. She was researcher at Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (CNRS) from 1991 to 2005 at Laboratoire de Chimie du Solide et Inorganique Moléculaire, from University of Rennes 1. She was nominated as Full Professor in 2005 at Rennes Chemical Sciences Institute (ISCR), UMR 6226 CNRS - University of Rennes 1.
She was director of the group “Solid State Chemistry and Materials” (2006-2016) and is deputy director of ISCR. She is director of the facilities joint unit CNRS – University of Rennes ScanMAT (UMS 2001). She is director of the Scanning Electron Microscopy center of University of Rennes 1 (CMEBA@ScanMAT) from 2009.
She is member of the Administration Committee of University of Rennes 1 since march 2016.
She was in charge of evaluations at CNRS - Expert and representative for Chemistry of Materials, Nanomaterials – Institute of Chemistry, Paris, (2010-2014). She is member of EMRS Executive Committee from 2014. She is co-author of 185 reviewed papers and 9 patents.
She was responsible for 14 funded projects (7 industrial partnerships included) during the last 10 years.
Epitaxial growth and characterization of thin films and multilayers of oxides, niobates and sulfide (dielectrics, piezoelectrics, ferroelectrics, semiconductors) deposited mainly by PLD and sputtering. These developments are aimed essentially at integration in devices (microelectronics, sensors…).
Materials, nanomaterials, thin solid films, sensors and materials for energy, characterization techniques, solid state and inorganic chemistry, general teaching (thermochemistry).
Thins films, PLD, PVD, ferroelectrics, oxides, niobates, epitaxy.