Researcher (CRCN) CNRS, Laboratory of Catalysis and Spectrochemistry (LCS), ENSICAEN, Normandy University, Caen, France
Rémy Guillet-Nicolas received his PhD in material chemistry at the University Laval, Quebec, QC, Canada.
He spent four years working in industry before going back to academia, first as a research assistant at the Universität Wien, Vienna, Austria and then as a permanent CNRS CR researcher in Caen, France in October 2020.
The focus of his research is in the field of (nano)porous materials with tailored and on-demand physico-chemical properties.
His main expertise lies in the accurate characterization of hierarchical and/or complex pore architectures using advanced static and dynamic sorption techniques at low and high pressures. He also has a solid experience in the synthesis and application of nanoporous materials. His main research is on the fundamental understanding of the synthesis-properties-performance relationship especially in mesoporous and hierarchized zeolites.
Currently, his multidisciplinary research is focused toward the optimization, via reverse engineering, of zeolitic materials through a cutting-edge characterization.
He is an elected member of the internal board of the AFA and SCF.