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David Chapron received the M.S. degree in Materials Physics from the University of Rennes 1 (France) in 2001. Then, he received the Ph.D. degree from the University of Angers (France) in 2006. His Ph.D subject was on organic semiconductors and the photo-induced charge transfer mechanism involved between conjugated polymers and buckminster-fullerene derivatives. Then, for two years he worked as ATER at ENSAM in Angers (France). He worked on inorganic semiconductors and especially on transparent conducting oxides. He developed a new deposition technique based on Spray-CVD with infrared irradiation. David Chapron is currently post-doc at the UMI Georgia Tech-CNRS, in Metz (France). His research theme is on effective optical frequencies conversion using non-linear optical properties of materials used in waveguides.
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