Ymène HOUARI

PhD, WP2
ymene.houari@univ-nantes.fr
 

She obtained a degree in physical chemistry in Cergy University (France). In 2011, she obtained a master’s degree in physics, material and nano-objects in the Université Pierre et Marie Curie (Paris). From February to July 2011, she was in internship at INSP in Université Pierre et Marie Curie and worked on the absorption of the ethynyl-trifluoro-toluene on a silicium surface in both infrared and DFT methods. She worked in the group of Olivier Pluchery for the experimental part and in the group of Fabio Finocchi for the theorical part.

In October 2012, she started her PhD thesis in Denis Jacquemin’s team. Her PhD deals with the investigation of the excited-state proton transfers (WP2). One of her first goal is to predict the acidic behaviours of photoacids under irradiation.