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Institut de minéralogie, de physique des matériaux et de cosmochimie
UMR 7590 - UPMC/CNRS/IRD/MNHN

Corentin Le Guillou

SCIENTIFIC EXPERTISE

 

Meteorite and Comet Organics

Experimental Hydrothermalism

Aqueous Alteration and Serpentinization

Asteroid Parent Body Thermal Metamorphism

Cosmochemistry and System Solar Formation

 

CONTACT DETAILS

 

Office: Site Buffon, 2nd Floor, Room 216

Telephone: 01 40 79 35 43

Mail: corentin.san@gmail.com (jmiot @ mnhn.fr)

ANALYTICAL SKILLS

  - Transmission Electron Microscopy (TEM)

  - Scanning Transmission X-ray Microscopy (STXM-XANES)

  - Rutherford Back Scattering (RBS)

  - Nuclear Resonance Analysis (NRA)

  - Raman microspectoscopy

  - P-T and Fluid-Flow Experiments

PROFESSIONAL RESUME

  - Postdoctoral Research Fellow (CNES) at IMPMC since 2014

  - 2012-2014: Postdoctoral Research Fellow at Ruhr Universität Bochum (Germany)

  - 2009-2012: Postdoctoral Research Fellow at New Mexico University (USA)

EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND

  - Ph.D. in Meteorite Geochemistry, University Paris Orsay & ENS Paris - 03/2009

PUBLICATIONs

  - C. Le Guillou, R. Dohmen, D. Rogalla, T. Müller , C. Vollmer, HW. Becker. New experimental approach to study aqueous alteration of amorphous silicates at low reaction rates. Chemical geology, Accepted pending minor revision.

  - C. Le Guillou, H. Changela, A.J. Brearley. Widespread oxidized and hydrated amorphous silicates in CR chondrites matrices: implications for alteration conditions and H2 degassing of asteroids. Earth and Planetary Science Letters, in press, 2015.

  - C. Floss, C. Le Guillou, A.J. Brearley. Coordinated NanoSIMS and FIB-TEM Analyses of Organic Matter from CR3 Chondrites. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 139, 1-25, 2014.

  - C. Le Guillou, S. Bernard, A.J. Brearley and Remusat L. Evolution of organic matter in Orgueil, Murchison and Renazzo during parent body aqueous alteration: in-situ investigations. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 131, 368-392, 2014.

  - C. Le Guillou and A. Brearley. Relationships between organics, water and early stages of aqueous alteration in the pristine CR3.0 chondrite MET00426. (2014a)  Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 131, 344-367, 2014.

  - C. Le Guillou, Remusat L., Bernard S., Leroux H. and Brearley A. Amorphization and D/H fractionation of kerogens during experimental electron irradiation: comparison with chondritic organic matter. Icarus 226, 101–110, 2013.

  - L. Remusat, J.- N. Rouzaud,  E. Charon, C. Le Guillou, Y. Guan and J. Eiler. Carbonaceous phases in the Abee Enstatite chondrite: relationships between graphite and the most D-depleted organic matter found in chondrites. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 96, 319–335, 2012.

  - C. Le Guillou, J. N. Rouzaud, L. Bonal, E. Quirico, S. Derenne, Remusat L. High resolution TEM of chondritic carbonaceous matter: metamorphic evolution and heterogeneity. Meteoritics & Planetary Science 47(3), 345–362, 2012.

  - L. Piani, F. Robert, O. Beyssac, L. Binet, M. Bourot-Denise, S. Derenne, C. Le Guillou, Y. Marrocchi, S. Mostefaoui, J. N. Rouzaud, A. Thomen. Structure, composition and location of organic matter in the enstatite chondrite Sahara 97096 (EH3). Meteoritics & Planetary Science 47(1), 8-29, 2012.

  - C. Le Guillou, J. N. Rouzaud, L. Remusat, A. Jambon and M. Bourot-Denise. Structures, origin and evolution of various carbon phases in the ureilite Northwest Africa 4742 compared with laboratory-shocked graphite. Geochimica and Cosmochimica Acta 74(14), 4167-4185, 2010.

  - L. Remusat, C. Le Guillou, J. N. Rouzaud, L. Binet, S. Derenne, and F. Robert. Molecular study of the Insoluble Organic Matter of Kainsaz CO3 carbonaceous chondrite: comparison with CI and CM IOM. Meteoritics & Planetary Science 43(7), 1099-1111, 2008.

  - A. Jambon, O. Boudouma , M. Fonteilles, C. Le Guillou, D. Badia and J. A. Barrat. Petrology and Mineralogy of the Angrite Northwest Africa 1670. Meteoritics & Planetary Science 43(11), 1783-1795, 2008.

  - C. Le Guillou, F. Brunet, T. Irifune, H. Ohfuji, and J. N. Rouzaud. Nanodiamond nucleation below 2273 K at 15 GPa from carbons with different structural organizations. Carbon 45, 636-648, 2007.

Main Collaborator S

  - Adrian Brearley (Univ. New mexico, USA)

  - Ralf Dohmen and Thomas Müller (Ruhr Universität Bochum, Germany)

  - Sylvain Bernard and Laurent Remusat (IMPMC, Paris, France)

Sylvain Bernard - 16/02/16

Traductions :

    Spectroscopie : des signatures électroniques et magnétiques mesurées en ultra-haute résolution

    Les spectroscopies dites « de cœur », comme la spectroscopie d’absorption des rayons X (XAS), sont des outils désormais couramment utilisés en sciences des matériaux pour sonder l’environnement d’un élément chimique spécifique. Enregistrées sur une source de rayonnement synchrotron, les signatures spectrales...

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    Gestion du personnel

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    Gestion financière

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    Chargée de communication

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    Institut de minéralogie, de physique des matériaux et de cosmochimie - UMR 7590

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    Geobio Team @ IMPMC

    The Geobio Team @ IMPMC brings together :

     - 10 permanent members

     - 3 postdoctoral fellows

     - 6 PhD students