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Permanent staff

Name Position Research fields
Noel Burais Professor emeritus UCBL Bioelectromagnetism
François Buret Professor emeritus ECL Bioelectromagnetism, biofuel cells
Laure Franqueville Research engineer, CNRS Interactions EM fields / 3D cell cultures
Marie Frénéa-Robin Assistant professor UCBL Contactless manipulation of micro and nano objects, Coordinator of T2 project team
Naoufel Haddour Assistant professor ECL Microbial fuel cells, electrochemical sensors
Simon Lambert Assistant professor UCBL Radio frequency sensors, microsystems for MRI
Claire Lesieur CNRS researcher Study of protein structural plasticity
Julien Marchalot Assistant professor INSA Microfluidics
Laurent Nicolas CNRS research director Electromagnetic modelling
Olivier Ondel Assistant professor UCBL Biofuel cells, converters
Andrei Sabac Research engineer INSA Microsystems and materials for biosensing
Riccardo Scorretti CNRS researcher Electromagnetic modelling
Abdelkader Souifi Professor INSA Autonomous electrochemical sensors ; biosensors and environmental sensors ; CMOS technologies

PhD students

Oleh Andreiev PhD student ECL/Univ. Sherbrooke SPR biosensors (INL/Ampère/UMI-LN2)
Gregory Bataillou PhD student ECL Biofuel cells
Jesús David Ramírez Páez PhD student ECL/CP2M Degradation of organic pollutants by advanced oxidation processes
Fatma Bensalah PhD student ECL/Univ. de Gabès (Tunisie) Biofuel cells
Pauline Bregigeon PhD student ECL Electroporation, spheroids
Marion Costella PhD student ECL/Univ. Sherbrooke SPR biosensors (cotutelle Ampère/UMI-LN2)
Intissar Gasmi PhD student ECL/Univ. Annaba (Algérie) Degradation of organic pollutants using advanced oxidation processes
Abdelghani Ghanam PhD student ECL/Univ. Hassan II de Casablanca (Maroc) Electrochemical biosensors for pollutant detection
Jean-Lynce Gnanago PhD student UCBL Tissue engineering ; magnetic resonance ; 3D printing