Postdoc researcher (WP07)
Having graduated from Grenoble INP Phelma engineering school with a master degree in nanoscience, I started a PhD at ONERA in Palaiseau. The study consisted in an algorithmical analysis of random telegraph signal in cooled HgCdTe infrared sensors. After this I joined ISAE Supaero where I worked as a research engineer for one year. I participated in the characterization and testing of the CAMRAD sensor, a sensor with a radiation hardening design, with very high TID dose. This year I am still working in ISAE as a postdoc in the context of the RADNEXT WP7.
Role in RADNEXT
The general objective of my work in WP7 (Deliverable 7.3) is to evaluate the relevance of the use of Si p-n junctions and visible pixel arrays as a total non-ionizing dosimeter to compare radiation facilities. I will be studying the effect of TNID on the dark current values and distributions of standardized commercial p-n junctions and pixels arrays. Different particles (neutrons, electrons…) and energies will be used.