Cécile Hébert

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EPFL SB IPHYS LSME
PH D2 354 (Bâtiment PH)
Station 3
CH-1015 Lausanne

Web site: Web site: https://lsme.epfl.ch

EPFL STI SMX-GE
PH D2 354 (Bâtiment PH)
Station 3
CH-1015 Lausanne

EPFL STI IMX-GE
PH D2 354 (Bâtiment PH)
Station 3
CH-1015 Lausanne

Web site: Web site: https://cce.epfl.ch/

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Teaching & PhD

Teaching

Physics

PhD Programs

Doctoral Program in Materials Science and Engineering

Doctoral Program in Physics

Courses

Electron microscopy: advanced methods

With this course, the student will learn advanced methods in transmission electron microscopy, especially what is the electron optical setup involved in the acquisition, and how to interpret the data. After the course, students will be able to understand and assess TEM encountered in papers.

CCMX - ScopeM Advanced Course - Advanced Characterization of Materials at the Micro, Nano and Atomic Scales

The course focuses on morphological and analytical structure research methods for materials science using electrons, photons and ions.

General physics : mechanics

The course establishes the basic notions that will allow the student to have a better understanding of the physical phenomena in mechanics. The students acquires the capability to quantitatively analyse the consequences of these effects with appropriate theoretical tools.

General physics : thermodynamics

Give the student the basic notions that will allow him or her to have a better understanding of physical phenomena, such as the mechanic of point masses. Acquire the capacity to analyse quantitatively the consequences of these effects with appropriate theoretical tools.

Electron Matter Interactions in Transmission Electron Microscopy

This course will present the fundamentals of electron–matter interactions, as occuring in the energy range available in modern transmission electron microscopes, namely 60-300 keV electrons. Diffraction and high-resolution image formation as well as electron energy-loss spectrometry will be covere