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					Thibault Honegger
Nationality   French

    Phd Student at the LTM–CNRS UMR5129 – BioCollona Group
OBJECTIVES
To be an active member in a research group focused on microfabrication and colloidal/cell handling
in microfluidic structures by contact-less forces
Keywords: microfabrication, microfluidics, colloid, electrokinetics, surface fonctionnalisation, cells

SKILLS
Microfabrication
       Photolithography : optical, e-beam, 2 photons photopolymerisation
       Materials : PDMS, Photopatternable Silicon (WL5150), SU8, AZ, Optool, PEG-DA
       Metal deposition
       Etching : Wet etching of PDMS, Silica, Silicon, Dry etching of PDMS, Silica, Silicon,
       metals and colloids (IBE, RIE, ICP)
       Glass drilling
AC electrokinetics
       Microfluidic injection, particle tracking velocimetry
       DC Electrophoresis, DC or AC Electroosmosis, Electrothermal, Dielectrophoresis on
       colloidal particles or biological samples
       3D or 4D DEP handling, focus, trap, sorting, moving dielectrophoresis
Chemistry and Biology
       Bacteria culture
       Extraction and labelling of plasmide DNA (Cell lysis, PCR, fluorescent labelling)
       Surface activation of colloidal particles (Silica, Polystyrene, Metals)
       Synthesis of photosensitives resists for 2 photons photopolymerisation
Experimental Setups
       Fluidics and connections: syringe pumps, tubuls, macro to micro connectors, HPLC
       Electronics: PCB design and realization, Components choice, Interfacing with computers,
       Communication protocols
       Optics: Choice in components, mounting of optical paths, cameras choice, lasers
       Design and realization of elements for experimental benches with a numeric milling
       machine
Computer
       Windows, MacOS, Linux
       Office 2003, 2007, Latex
       Labview - NI-Vision, NI-VISA, Matlab, Comsol
       Basic, C/C++,, Java, php
       Solidworks, 3DSMAX, Inkscape, Blender, OriginPro

EDUCATION

2008 – now             Phd Student at the Laboratory of Microelectronics Technologies, CNRS,
                       Group Biological and Colloidal Nano Devices, Grenoble
                       Phd : Design, fabrication and handling in microfluidic channels of functional
                       colloids
                       Under the authority of David Peyrade.
2007 – 2008            Master of Science Nano, speciality Nanobiotechnologies, Grenoble
                      University Joseph Fourrier, Master of Science for research.
                      Mention good, Position 1/20.
                      Under the authority of Franz Bruckert and Marc Block

2004 - 2007           Ecole Centrale de Nantes
                      French school of Engineering
                      Mention good, Position 75/300.

2002 – 2004           Lycée Aux Lazaristes, Lyon
                      A two year degree course in mathematics, physics and chemistry, preparing
                      for the national competitive entry examination for French Engineering
                      Schools.

2002                  Lycée des Chartreux, Lyon
                      Baccalaureat Scientifique – Physics major
                      French equivalent of A-levels, general studies with a specialisation in
                      sciences, mention good.

EMPLOYMENT HISTORY

2008 – 3 years        LTM – CNRS, Grenoble
                      Phd Student
                      Mixed laboratory University Jospeh Fourrier, CEA and CNRS.

2008 – 6 months       LTM – CNRS, Grenoble
                      Trainee Master Thesis
                      Fabrication of a transparent multilevel microfluidic chip, David Peyrade

2007 – 6 months       Micronit Microfuidics BV, Enschede, The Netherlands
                      Micronit Microfluidics focuses on lab-on-a-chip design, development and
                      fabrication
                      Design and realisation of a nanochannel EOF pomp

2006 - 4 months       Commissariat à l’Energie Atomique, CEA - Grenoble
                      French national research centre in nanotechnologies
                      Engineer in microelectronics, development of a contact etch process on a
                      M.E.R.I.E. equipment

2004 - 1 month        Fondation Rhone-Alpes-Futur, Lyon

TEACHING HISTORY

2010
       Supervision of 2 students for their Master of Science thesis
       Supervision of 3 students for their trainees for technical study graduation
       Practicals : ESONN (8h in microfluidics)
2009
     Supervision of 2 students for their trainee for technical study graduation
     Supervision of 5 students in Master of Science during courses « formation expérimentale »
     Practicals : ESONN (8h in microfluidics) and Biochips (24h fabrication and use) at Phelma
     engineer school
PRACTICAL SKILLS
Language
      French : native language
      English : TOEIC 800, CAE B 2000; very good
      Spanish : very good
      German : good
      Dutch : notions

Driving licence
      Clean French licence

Boat Driving licence
      Clean French boat licence

INTERESTS

Sports
         Tennis        Competition level for 10 years in the National French Tennis Tour
         Fencing       Competition level for 6 years in the AS Caluire at regional level
         Sailing       Skipper during a trip to Corsica and in Bretagne
         Squash        regular practices

PUBLICATIONS

International Journal with lecture committee

         To be published
         8. Honegger, T.; Sarla,; Lecarme, O.; Berton, K.; Peyrade, D., Selective grafting of
             proteins on Janus particles: Adsorption and covalent coupling strategies, Microelectron.
             Eng. 2010
         7. Honegger T., Elmberg T., Berton K. and Peyrade D., Visible Microlaser two-photon
             polymerization in a microfludic cell: A resist study, Microelectron. Eng. 2010
         6. Honegger, T.; Berton, K.; Lecarme, O.; Latu-Romain, L.; Peyrade, D. accepted by Micro
             and Nano Systems 2010,

         Published
         2010
         5. Honegger, T.; Lecarme, O.; Berton, K.; Peyradea, D. J. Vac. Sci. Technol., B 2010, 5, 1 –
             3.
         4. Lecarme, O.; Rivera, T. P.; Arbez, L.; Honegger, T.; Berton, K.; Peyrade, D. J. Vac. Sci.
             Technol., B 2010, 2, 7 – 10.
         3. Kauffmann, P.; Pham, P.; Masse, A.; Kustov, M.; Honegger, T.; Peyrade, D.; Haguet,
             V.;Reyne, G. Magnetics, IEEE Transactions on 2010, 46, 3293 –3296.
         2. Honegger, T.; Lecarme, O.; Berton, K.; Peyrade, D. Microelectron. Eng. 2010, 87, 756–
             759.
         2009
         1. Honegger, T.; Berton, K.; Pinedo-Rivera, T.; Peyrade, D. Microelectron. Eng. 2009, 86,
             1401– 1403.


International Conferences
        Oral presentations
        35th International Conference on Micro & Nano Engineering (MNE) – 4D
         dielectrophoresis handling of Janus colloids in a microfluidique channel, Honegger, T.;
         Lecarme, O.; Berton, K.; Peyrade, D.
      Poster presentations
       36th International Conference on Micro & Nano Engineering (MNE) –Visible
         Microlaser two-photon polymerization in a microfludic cell: A resist study, Honegger T.,
         Elmberg T., Berton K. and Peyrade D.
       36th International Conference on Micro & Nano Engineering (MNE) - Selective grafting
         of proteins on Janus particles: Adsorption and covalent coupling strategies, Honegger,
         T.; Sarla,; Lecarme, O.; Berton, K.; Peyrade, D.
       54th International Confrence on Electron, Ion, Photon Beam Technology and
         Nanofabrication (EIPBN) - Rotation speed control of Janus particles by
         dielectrophoresis in a microfluidic channel, Honegger, T.; Lecarme, O.; Berton, K.;
         Peyradea, D.
       53h International Confrence on Electron, Ion, Photon Beam Technology and
         Nanofabrication (EIPBN) - A transparent multilevel-electrodes microfluidic chipfor
         dielectrophoretic colloidal handling, Honegger, T.; Berton, K.; Lecarme, O.; Latu-
         Romain, L.; Peyrade, D.
       35th International Conference on Micro & Nano Engineering (MNE) - Design and
         realization of a microfluidic system for dielectrophoretic colloidal handling, Honegger,
         T.; Berton, K.; Pinedo-Rivera, T.; Peyrade, D.
       Nanotech 2008 – Montreux conference, Characterization of electroosmotic flow in
         single nanochannels and massively parallelized nanochannel pumps, Honegger, T.;
         Blom, M.

PATENTS
     « Dispositif de maintien par capillarité d’un élément comportant au moins une face
       plane », Honegger, T. and Picard E., accepted by french national patent organization

PRICES
      1st Price Micrograph Contest, MNE 2010 Genoa, “March of the penguins”

SCHOOLS
     Winter school in microfluidics at les Houches, France, GDR Microfluidique, Jan. 2010
     Microfluidics forPhysics, Chemistry &Biology, ESPCI, GDR Microfluidique, December,
      11 2009
     Summer school SMB2009 in Grenoble, Jun 2009

      Security schools
       Lasers, CEA-INSTN, March 2010
       Nanomaeterials and Nanotechnology, CEA-INSTN, February 2010
       Chemical safety for solvent and biological use, March 2009

REFERENCES
     David Peyrade, CNRS scientist, 00 33 4 38 78 24 53, david.peyrade@cea.fr
     Franz Bruckert, CNRS scientist, 00 33 4 56 52 93 21, Franz.Bruckert@phelma.grenoble-
       inp.fr

				
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