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Marie-Genevieve Barthes-Labrousse Edit Profile

researcher , surface scientist

Marie-Genevieve Barthes-Labrousse, French surface scientist, researcher. Recipient Bronze medal National Center for Scientific Research, 1981, prix de chimie-physique French Chemical Society, 1986. Member Society Francaise du Vide (secretary-general 1995-1997, president elect 1997-1999, president since 1999), International Union for Vacuum Science Technique and Applications (science secretary 1996-1998, president elect since 1998).

Background

Barthes-Labrousse, Marie-Genevieve was born on September 11, 1953 in Saint Clair du Rhone, France. Daughter of Andre and Marie-Louise (Canac) Barthès.

Education

Master of Science, University Paris, 1975. Doctor of Metallurgy, University Paris, 1978. Doctor es Science, University Paris, 1981.

Career

Research attaché, National Center for Scientific Research, Paris, 1979-1981; in charge of research, National Center for Scientific Research, Paris and Vitry, France, 1981-1992; director research, National Center for Scientific Research, Vitry, since 1992.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Contributor articles to professional journals.

Membership

Member Society Francaise du Vide (secretary-general 1995-1997, president elect 1997-1999, president since 1999), International Union for Vacuum Science Technique and Applications (science secretary 1996-1998, president elect since 1998).

Connections

Married Michel Labrousse. Children: Sylvie, Claire, Agnés.

father:
Andre Barthès

mother:
Marie-Louise (Canac) Barthès

spouse:
Michel Labrousse

children:
Agnés Barthes-Labrousse

Sylvie Barthes-Labrousse

Claire Barthes-Labrousse