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Christophe GUILLAUME

En résumé

I spent 10 years at the University of Edinburgh as a researcher (including PhD).
Working as Postdoctoral Research Fellow in a world class laboratory (CSEC/ School of Physics) and at national research facilities, mainly synchrotrons, in France, UK, Germany and USA, I also did collaborative work with other laboratories across the world (UK, France, Germany, Italy and USA).
Since 2013, I am working as application scientist at Almax easyLab where my task is to develop new products and to improve the existing ones. An important part of my task involves going to customers' laboratories across the globe for installation and training. I also take an active part in the customer support who need technical assistance (via video conference). I also have an active role in writing customer userguides and marketing brochures about the company products.

Mes compétences :
Formation
Gestion de projets internationaux
Design produit
R&D
Assistance client
Marketing produit
Test fonctionnel

Entreprises

  • Almax easyLab - Application Scientist

    2013 - maintenant R&D position on high pressure instrumentation dedicated to scientific research (Geoscience, Physics, Chemistry mainly). Extensive knowledge on high pressure equipment (i.e. Diamond Anvil Cells) and optical spectroscopy/ X-ray diffraction techniques. Designing, assembling and testing new products, installation and training of customers, customer support, writing userguides and marketing brochures.
  • University of Edinburgh - Postdoctoral Researcher

    2007 - 2013 High Pressure Physics in a world class laboratory (CSEC: Centre for Science at Extreme Conditions/ School of Physics and Astronomy)
    Studies of simple molecules or elements at very high pressures (up to 300 GPa) and low or high temperatures. Sample characterisation using powder or single crystal synchrotron X-ray diffraction and/or Raman spectroscopy. Supervising master's students and PhD students in their research projects.

Formations

  • University Of Edinburgh (Edinburgh)

    Edinburgh 2002 - 2006 Doctorat

    High pressure high temperature synthesis of Novel Materials using large volume presses (Pressure up to 24 GPa and Temperatures up to 2000 K)
    Extensive use of SEM, FEG SEM and STEM for sample characterisation.
  • Université Rennes 1

    Rennes 1999 - 2002 Magistère Matériaux et DEA Chimie du Solide et Inorganique Moléculaire

    "Magistère Matériaux" and DEA "Chimie du Solide et Inorganique Moléculaire"

    (thin layers, superconductors, magnetic chemistry, glass, ceramic mechanical properties, material analysis engineering, electronic structure and properties, condensed matter Physics, English and Spanish)

    Internship in foreign companies: 5 months at Philips Research Laboratories (The Netherlands) in 2002 and 4 months at

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