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Laurent Binet


Associate Professor

Academic degrees

2006: HDR, Habilitation for research supervision, Paris 6 University (UPMC)
1995: PhD Materials Sciences, Paris 6 University (UPMC)
1991: Master in Material Science Paris 6 University (UPMC)
1991: Graduated from Ecole Nationale Supérieure de Chimie de Paris (Chimie-ParisTech)

Main collective and official responsibilities

  • Head of the EPR facility at LCMCP affiliated to the TGE-Renard french EPR network

Research fields

  • Electron Paramagnetic Resonance of materials
  • Point defects in materials
  • Carbon in cosmochemistry and astrobiology
  • Semiconductors for X-ray detectors 
  • Wide-gap oxides for in-vivo imaging or information processing
  • 50 publications
  • 695 citations
  • h-index=14

Teaching in

  • Material physics (Band structure, transport, optical and magnetic properties of solids, lectures at Chimie-ParisTech and EPU-UPMC)
  • Quantum physics (small classes at Chimie-ParisTech) 
  • Spectroscopy (small classes and experimental teaching at Chimie-ParisTech) 
  • Material science (experimental teaching at Chimie-ParisTech)


1 PhD student

Recent papers

  • Structure, composition, and location of organic matter in the enstatite chondrite Sahara 97096 (EH3), Meteoritics & Planetary Science, 47 (1), (2012) 8-29 
  • Strong isotopic effect in the electron-mediated nuclear-nuclear interaction in solids - Physical Review B, 83 (21), (2011) 214409 
  • Biradical character of D-rich carriers in the insoluble organic matter of carbonaceous chondrites: A relic of the protoplanetary disk chemistry - Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, 75 (1), (2011) 326-336
  • Metallic clusters in nonstoichiometric gallium oxide films - Journal of Applied Physics, 109 (1), (2011) 013711
  • Giant titanium electron wave function in gallium oxide: A potential electron-nuclear spin system for quantum information processing - Physical Review B, 82 (18), (2010) 184414 
  • EPR, ENDOR, and HYSCORE Study of the Structure and the Stability of Vanadyl−Porphyrin Complexes Encapsulated in Silica: Potential Paramagnetic Biomarkers for the Origin of Life - J. Phys. Chem. B, 114 (10), (2010) 3714-3725

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Laurent Binet
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Laurent Binet
Associate Professor

Chimie ParisTech
École Nationale Supérieure de Chimie de Paris
Institut de Recherche de Chimie Paris

11 rue Pierre et Marie Curie
75231 PARIS cedex 05, FRANCE

E-mail: laurent-binet@chimie-parsistech.fr