Reader (HDR) in condensed matters
Bertrand Vilquin (reader, HDR, Ecole Centrale de Lyon) has been working on integration of perovskite materials since the beginning of his PhD in 1999 at Université de Caen (France).
In 2002, he joined the Institute for Scientific and Industrial Research at Osaka University (Japan) for a JSPS post doctorate fellowship. In 2005, he moved to Université Paris XI to work on an industrial project with ALTIS Semiconductors to realize New Generation of nanoscale MRAM devices. In 2006, he became lecturer at Ecole Centrale de Lyon working on the integration of perovskite materials on silicon though academic and industrial projects. He has a rich experience in both national and international research projects and had been the coordinator of two ANR projects. He was invited professor at Osaka University (Japan) in 2012 and at the University of Tokyo (Japan) in 2016.
He became associate professor at Université de Sherbrooke (Canada) in 2016. He is the coordinator of the “nanoscale engineering” master course of University of Lyon. He successfully obtained his habilitation to conduct research (HDR) in 2018 and he is member of IEEE and SFP.