Loïc Sorbier is a research engineer in Physics graduated from ESPCI Paris. He obtained his PhD in materials science from université de Montpellier and possess accreditation to supervise research (HDR) from université Lyon 1. He is working in the Physics and Analysis division of IFPEN since 2001. He is accompanying the formation of PhD students and teaches characterization of materials in Master class.
- Development of LIBS imaging for heterogeneous catalysts (collaboration with Institut Lumière Matière).
- Morphological models for the interpretation of analysis techniques applied on porous materials (nitrogen adsorption, SAXS).
“Imaging of alumina supports by laser-induced breakdown spectroscopy: A new tool to understand the diffusion of trace metal impurities” F. Trichard , F. Gaulier, J. Barbier, D. Espinat, B. Guichard,C.-P. Lienemann, L. Sorbier, P. Levitz, V. Motto-Ros, Journal of Catalysis 2018, 363, 183–190.
“Small-angle X-ray scattering intensity of multiscale models of spheres” L. Sorbier, M. Moreaud, S. Humbert, Journal of Applied Crystallography 2019, 52, 1348–1357.
“Modelling of the microstructure of mesoporous alumina constrained by morphological simulation of nitrogen porosimetry” H. Wang, D. Jeulin, F. Willot, L. Sorbier, M. Moreaud, Colloids and Surfaces A 2018, 553, 378–396.