Emmanuelle Marquis (PI)

Home Town: Paris, Franceemarq

Current Positions

  • Director, Michigan center for Materials Characterization, University of Michigan, Sept 2015 – Present
  • Associate Professor, Materials Science and Engineering department, University of Michigan, September 2014 – Present

Other activities: playing music, reading, drawing, going to a movie, Penny Stamps lectures, UMS shows, running, swimming, or camping on the shores of lake Michigan.

Degrees

  • PhD, Materials Science & Engineering, Northwestern University
  • MS, Materials Science & Engineering, Ecole Nationale Superieure des Mines de Paris, France
  • 1st prize Clarinet Performance, Conservatoire National de Region – Boulogne Billancourt, France

Previous Positions

  • Assistant Professor, Materials Science and Engineering department, University of Michigan, Jan 2011 – Aug 2014
  • Royal Society Dorothy Hodgkin Fellow, Department of Materials, University of Oxford
  • Staff Member, Materials Physics Department, Sandia National Laboratories Livermore
  • Post-Doctoral Appointee, Materials Physics Department, Sandia National Laboratories Livermore

Awards

  • Faculty Award for Outstanding Accomplishment – Department of Materials Science and Engineering, University of Michigan (2016)
  • CAREER award – National Science Foundation (2014)
  • Jon R. and Beverly S. Holt Award for Excellence in Teaching – University of Michigan College of Engineering (2013)
  • K.F.J. Heinrich award – Microanalysis Society (2012)
  • Merit Award – Department of Materials, Oxford University (2009)
  • Millard and Lee Alexander Postdoctoral Fellowship – Christ Church, Oxford (2007)
  • Erwin W. Müller Outstanding Young Scientist Award – International Field Emission Society (2002)

Invited talks

International conferences

  1. TBD, Annual TMS Meeting, San Antonio Tx, March 2019
  2. Atom Probe Tomography Round Robin on the analysis of solute clustering in Irradiated Stainless Steels,  APT&M, Gaithersburg, MD, June 2018
  3. Precipitation in Fe-Cr alloys under irradiation,  Annual E-MRS Meeting, Strasbourg, France, June 2018
  4. Precipitation in Fe-Cr alloys under irradiation,  Annual TMS Meeting, Phoenix AZ, March 2018
  5. Atomic scale insights into oxidation behavior of structural alloys, 2018 Conference on Electronic and Advanced Materials, EAM, Orlando Fl, January 2018
  6. Characterization of Nuclear Materials Using Atom Probe Tomography,  Microscopy and Microanalysis Meeting, St Louis, August 2017
  7. Phase decomposition in Fe-Cr alloys under irradiation,  Annual TMS Meeting, San Diego CA, March 2017
  8. Phase decomposition in Fe-Cr alloys under irradiation,  Fall MRS Fall, December 2016
  9. Irradiation and post-irradiation annealing on solute clustering in irradiated 304 steels,  Fall MRS Fall, December 2016
  10. Oxide Scales Revealed by Atom Probe Tomography,  Microscopy and Microanalysis Meeting Columbus, OH, July 2016
  11. From atom probe tomography imaging to microstructural quantification I – Modeling field evaporation  International Congress on 3D Materials Science, June 2016
  12. Quantitative APT analyses of irradiated microstructures,  Annual TMS Meeting, Orlando Fl, February 2015
  13. Quantifying Behavior and Role of Solute Elements During Alloy Corrosion by Atomic Scale Imaging,  Gordon Research Conference on aqueous corrosion, Colby Sawyer College, NH, July 2014
  14. Atom Probe Tomography and Microstructural Evolution,  International Congress on 3D Materials Science, Annecy France, June 2014
  15. Insights into Atomic Scale Microstructures of Alloys under Corrosive Environments, “Materials and Fuels for the Current and Advanced Nuclear Reactors III” symposium,  Annual TMS Meeting, San Diego, February 2014
  16. Behavior of Fe-Cr alloys under Ion or Neutron Irradiation, “Accelerated Materials Evaluation for Nuclear Application Utilizing Test Reactors, Ion Beam Facilities and Modeling” symposium, Annual TMS Meeting, San Diego, February 2014
  17. Chemistry of Interfaces,  Fall MRS Meeting, Boston, December 2012
  18. Atom probe tomography analyses of oxide/metal systems,  Annual AVS meeting, Tampa, October 2012
  19. Insights into the Oxidation Behavior of Alloys: Oxide/Metal Interfaces at the Atomic Scale,  Annual TMS Meeting, Orlando, March 2012
  20. Transient High Temperature Oxidation of Ni Base Superalloys,  Annual TMS Meeting, Orlando, March 2012
  21. On the atom probe tomography analysis of nanoscale precipitates in ODS steels,  IGRDM. UCSB, December 2011
  22. Atom Probe Tomography: Application to non-equilibrium microstructures,  23rd SIMS workshop, May 2011
  23. Atomic scale chemistry of interfaces by atom-probe tomography.  E-MRS Meeting, Nice, France, March 2011
  24. Atomic scale analysis of nuclear reactor materials  Annual Meeting of the Microscopical Society of Canada, April 2011
  25. Atomic scale analysis of nuclear reactor materials.  Annual TMS Meeting, San Diego, February 2011
  26. Atomic scale analysis of nuclear reactor materials,  ANS Meeting, San Diego, August 2010
  27. Nuclear reactor materials: what can atom-probe tomography teach us?  International Field Emission symposium, Sydney, Australia, July 2010
  28. Atomic scale characterization of irradiated Fe and W alloys,  Phase Transformation Meeting (PTM), Avignon, France, July 2010
  29. 3D atomic scale analysis of materials by atom probe tomography.  Annual Fall MRS Meeting, Boston, MA, December 2009
  30. Atom-probe tomography: Atomic scale analysis of alloy structures.  YUCOMAT conference, Herceg-Novi, Montenegro, September 2009
  31. Atomic scale characterization of oxide-dispersion strengthened steels.  TMS Annual Meeting, San Francisco, CA, February 2009
  32. Understanding the Al-Ag system: combining atom probe tomography and simulations. Microscopy and Microanalysis Meeting, Albuquerque, NM, August 2008
  33. Atom probe tomography: 3D chemistry at the nanoscale.  Frontiers of Electron Microscopy in Materials Science, Sonoma, CA, September 2007
  34. Reactivity of solids: the atom probe tomography perspective.  16th International Symposium on the Reactivity of Solids, Minneapolis, MN, June 3-6 2007
  35. Finite size effects on cluster composition and interfacial structure.  Gordon Research Conference on Physical Metallurgy, the Holderness School in Plymouth, NH, July 2006
  36. Interface properties using three dimensional atom probe microscopy.  TMS Annual Meeting, San Antonio, TX, March 2006
  37. Finite size effects on grain boundary structures and interactions with dislocations.  Fall MRS Meeting, Boston, MA, December 2005
  38. Role of solute elements on the microstructure of electrodeposited Ni-Mn films.  International Field Emission Society, Graz, Austria, July 2004

Review Meetings or Workshops

  1. Precipitation in Fe-Cr alloys under irradiation,  Microscopy of nuclear materials CCEM 2018 Workshop, McMaster University Canada, April 2018
  2. Precipitation in Fe-Cr alloys under irradiation,  Microscopy of irradiated materials, Oxford UK, March 2018
  3. Insights into the oxidation mechanisms of Ni and Ti alloys,  UCSB Winter workshop, January 2018
  4. Progress in modeling atom probe tomography,  Frontiers of Electron Tomography, NCEM, October 2017
  5. Atom Probe Tomography: imaging and quantifying chemistry at the atomic scale.  Midwest Microscopy workshop, Notre-Dame, May 2017
  6. Did you say clusters?  Workshop on atomic scale structures of interfaces, Bernkastel, Germany, May 2016
  7. High resolution characterization of oxide scales,  Workshop on high temperature oxidation, UC – Santa Barbara, January 2016
  8. Evolution of microstructures under irradiation,  Society of Engineering Science Technical Meeting, Texas ANM, Oct 2015
  9. APT analyses of ion and neutron irradiated microstructures, Workshop on Irradiation effects in Nuclear Materials, Oxford UK, Sept 2015
  10. APT analyses of neutron irradiated alloys and steels,  2015 NSUF User Week, June 2015 (remote presentation)
  11. Characterization of microchemical changes in alloys under irradiation, Lecture at the  annual IRP workshop, June 2015, Penn State
  12. Selected Atom Probe Tomography Challenges,  Workshop on atomic scale structures of interfaces, Bernkastel, Germany, May 2014
  13. Atom probe Tomography of Interfaces,  Workshop on high temperature oxidation, UC – Santa Barbara, January 2014
  14. Atom probe tomography: back to the sample.  ICMR Summer School, UCSB, August 2013
  15. From Atomic Scale to Materials Behavior: Atom-Probe Tomography Analyses to Understand Alloys and Ceramics,  Materials Week – OSU, May 2013
  16. Microstructural evolution of materials under irradiation using atom probe tomography,  Workshop on Nanomaterials and Engineered Microstructures for Nuclear Applications, Brookhaven National Laboratory, March 2013
  17. Atom probe tomography analyses of oxide/metal systems,  DOE Share Facility Program Workshop, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, August 2012
  18. Characterization of Nuclear Reactor Materials by Atom Probe Tomography,  INL-CAES User Week, Idaho National Laboratory, June 2012
  19. Insights into interface chemistry,  Workshop on high temperature oxidation, UC – Santa Barbara, January 2012
  20. Atomic scale analysis of nuclear reactor materials.  Nuclear Materials workshop, Berkeley, June 2011
  21. Atomic scale analysis of alloys and ceramics.  DOE-BES workshop, Washington, June 2011
  22. Atom-probe tomography limitations in atomic scale analysis of interfaces,  Workshop on atomic scale structures of interfaces, Bernkastel, Germany, May 2010
  23. Spatial Resolution Limits in Atom Probe Tomography.  Workshop on atomic scale structures of interfaces, Bernkastel, Germany, May 2009
  24. A complementary approach: atom probe tomography.  ESTEEM European Workshop on Electron Tomography, Cadiz, Spain, September 2008

Seminars at Universities or Research Laboratories

  1. TBD, Department of Materials Science and Engineering, University of California Irvine, June 2018
  2. TBD, Department of Chemical Engineering and Materials Science, University of Minnesota, April 2018
  3. From imaging to microstructural quantification, Department of Materials Science and Engineering, Purdue University, April 2017
  4. Phase decomposition in Fe-Cr alloys under irradiation, Department of Materials Science and Engineering, University of Illinois Urbana Champaign, April 2017
  5. The minority rule: radiation and corrosion behavior of nuclear materials, Department of Materials Science and Engineering, The Ohio State University, November 2014
  6. Role of solutes on irradiation and oxidation resistance of nuclear materials,Department of Materials Science and Engineering, University of Virginia, October 2014
  7. The minority rule: solute effects on the microstructural evolution of alloy systems, Department of Materials Science and Engineering, Washington University – St Louis, March 2014
  8. Microstructures under irradiation, Department of Materials Science and Engineering, University of Florida, Nov 2013
  9. Chemistry of interfaces, Los Alamos National Laboratory, July 2013
  10. Linking microstructure and materials properties using high resolution characterization, Materials Science and Engineering, University of Harvard, April 2012
  11. From atomic scale imaging of alloys and ceramics to materials behaviors, Department of Mechanical and Nuclear Engineering,  Penn State University, April 2012
  12. Linking microstructure and materials properties using high resolution characterization,Department of Materials Science and Engineering,  University of Pennsylvania, April 2012
  13. From Atomic Scale to Materials Behavior: Atom-Probe Tomography Analyses to Understand Alloys and Ceramics. Department of Materials Engineering,  McGill University, March 2012
  14. From Atomic Scale to Materials Behavior: Atom-Probe Tomography Analyses to Understand Alloys and Ceramics Seminar,  Nasa Glenn Research Center, January 2012
  15. From Atomic Scale to Materials Behavior: Atom-Probe Tomography Analyses to Understand Alloys and Ceramics. Department of Materials Science and Engineering, Case Western Reserve University, October 2011
  16. From Atomic Scale to Materials Behavior: Atom-Probe Tomography Analyses to Understand materials behavior. Department of Physics,  Illinois Institute of Technology, September 2011
  17. From Atomic Scale to Materials Behavior: Atom-Probe Tomography Analyses to Understand Alloys and Ceramics. Metallurgical and Materials Engineering,  Colorado School of Mines, October 2011
  18. Nuclear reactor materials at the atomic scale. Department of Materials Science and Engineering,  Ohio State University, February 2011
  19. Evolution of alloy structures at the atomic scale, Department of Materials, Imperial College, London, October 2010
  20. Atomic scale studies of alloy structures. Microscopy seminar,  University of Cambridge, Cambridge, UK, May 2007
  21. Atomic scale studies of alloy structures. Department of Materials Science and Chemical Engineering,  University of California Davis, Davis, CA, September 2006
  22. Alloy structure at the atomic scale: combination of transmission electron microscopy and atom probe tomography. National Center for Electron Microscopy,  Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory, Berkeley, CA, December 2006
  23. Interfaces: structure and chemistry. Seminar, Materials Science and Engineering ,  University of California Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA, March 2005