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Prof de LignyProfessor of Materials Science
Institute of Glass and Ceramics
Department of Materials Science and Engineering
Martensstr. 5
91058 Erlangen, Germany

Office: 1.40
Tel: 09131 85-27553
Email: dominique.de.ligny@fau.de

Education
1996 – PhD in Internal Geophysics, University Paris, France
1992 – MSc in Geophysics, University of Paris, France
1991 – BSc in Geophysics, University of Paris , France

Research Positions
2014-current     Professor for Glass, , Friedrich-Alexander Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg
2004 – 2013       Assistant Professor, Université Claude Bernard Lyon, France
2004 – 2005       Assistant Professor, Ecole Nationale Supérieure de Chimie, France
1999 – 2004       Quality and Environmental Manager, SIDEREM SA. ISO 9001 and ISO 14001.
1998 – 1999       Postdoctoral Position, University of California at Davis, USA
1996 – 1998       Postdoctoral Position, Princeton University. USA
1993 – 1996       Graduate Student, Institut de Physique du Globe de Paris, France

Awards and Honors
Best Paper Award 2008 of the Nuclear and Environmental Technology Division of the American Ceramic Society

Scientific Interests
Linking glass properties to their atomic structure
Silicate glasses in extreme conditions: hyperquenched, high temperature and high pressure
Towards ultra-strong glasses: playing on the atomic coordination to increase strength
New materials for optic: femtosecond laser treated glasses, doped glass-ceramics with luminescent elements
Kinetic of recrystallization of glass ceramics
Thermal behavior of glasses
Linking glass properties to their atomic structure
Silicate glasses in extreme conditions: hyperquenched, high temperature and high pressure
Towards ultra-strong glasses: playing on the atomic coordination to increase strength
New materials for optic: femtosecond laser treated glasses, doped glass-ceramics with luminescent elements
Kinetic of recrystallization of glass ceramics
Thermal behavior of glasses

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