Dr Matthieu Gresil

Senior Lecturer

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Dr. Matthieu Gresil joined the School of Materials in February 2014 as Lecturer in Composite Materials. He obtained his BSc degree in Physics (University of Nantes, France) and MSc degree in Physics option Matter and Materials (University of Nantes, France). He completed his PhD from Ecole Normale Superieure at Cachan, France in 2009 in collaboration with DCNS (French Navy) on the integration of functions (structural health monitoring and electromagnetic shielding) in composite materials. Then, he joined the University of South Carolina as Post-doctoral Research Fellow (2010-2014) and conducted research on SHM using multi-physics finite element to study guided wave propagation in composite and metallic structures.

His research focuses on advanced nanocomposites to enhance thermo-electro-mechanical properties and to develop multifunctional (structural health monitoring, self-healing, antennas, camouflage) composite materials. Moreover, over the past year, he developed a new area of research based on 2D materials based polymer, and Bio-inspired materials to develop innovative morphing composites.

Education / academic qualifications

  • 2009 - Doctor of Science, Study of a structural health monitoring associated with electromagnetic shielding for composite materials, École normale supérieure (2006 - 2009)
  • 2006 - Master in Science, Single walled nanotubes/amylose/SDBS complex, Universite de Nantes (2004 - 2006)
  • 2004 - Bachelor of Science Universite de Nantes

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