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Portrait of a doctoral student :

Pauline Lévêque

Thesis: Experimental approach to the role and fate of primordial organic matter in the ice satellites of giant planets.
This thesis is under the joint supervision of the CEISAM chemistry institute and the Planetology and Geosciences laboratory. Pauline admits that she appreciates this dual supervision: “It makes for really enriching interactions and allows us to mix two types of habits, in terms of experiments and ways of thinking…

Portrait of a doctoral student :

Mathis Pinceloup

Thesis: Two-phase flows at the heart of Ganymede’s history.
Back in Nantes, Mathis applied for and signed up for a thesis under the supervision of Christophe Sotin, University Professor at Nantes, and co-supervised by Gaël Choblet, CNRS Research Director and Deputy Director of the LPG, Stéphane Labrosse, Professor at the École Normale Supérieure de Lyon and Mathieu Bouffard…

Portrait of a doctoral student :

Camille Delarue

Thesis: Experimental modeling of the evolution of terrestrial and extraterrestrial carbonaceous matter.
In October 2023, following her Master 2 internship, Camille will start her thesis at the Laboratoire de Géologie de Lyon. This thesis is financed by the ENS de Lyon and supervised by the PHAST doctoral school in Lyon…

A Raman spectrometer to study

complex organic matter

The Promises project aims to understand the role of complex organic matter interacting with water and high-pressure rocks in the conditions of the icy moons of Jupiter and Saturn. To answer this question experimentally…