France

Simon Kaser

PhD Student
University of Bordeaux (Laboratory ICMCB)

Involved in FUNGLASS Work Packages :

WP2WP3


“I studied Materials Engineering and Functionalization from 2015 to 2018 at the INP-ENSIACET (National Polytechnic Institute of Chemical Engineering and Technology) in Toulouse, France. During these three years, I also did two internships, at the University of Nottingham in the Advanced Materials Research Group and at Mersen in Gennevilliers, France.

Since November 2018 I am in a joint PhD between the ICMCB (Bordeaux Institute of Condensed Matter Chemistry) within the University of Bordeaux and the COPL (Optics, Photonics and Laser Centre) within Laval University. The subject of my research is “Printing and functionalization of phosphate glasses.”


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SECONDMENTS


3D PRINTING OF TRANSPARENT GLASS


FROM : UNIVERSITÉ DE BORDEAUX (FRANCE) TO : UNIVERSITÉ LAVAL (QUÉBEC)
FROM : 4 MAY 2019 TO : 24 DECEMBER 2019

Work Packages : WP2 and WP3

Despite being one of the most performing materials in terms of optical transparency, mechanical or chemical resistance, glass is difficult to shape, requiring high temperatures or hazardous processes...

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