IMT Nord Europe | Civil Engineering, Environment, Geosciences, Geomaterials
Vincent Thiéry is geologist, currently associate professor (qualified to conduct research) at IMT Nord Europe. His research interests deal with microstructural investigations of geomaterials based on optical microscopy, scanning electron microscopy, confocal laser scanning microscopy… Based on those tools, his research thematics cover a wide spectrum ranging from old cements (framework from the CASSIS project) to more fundamental geological interests (first finding of microdiamonds in metropolitan France) as well as industrial applications as polluted soil remediation using hydraulic binders. In his field of expertise, he insists on the need to break the boundaries between fundamental and engineering sciences in order to enrich each other.
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