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Régis Bisson

Maître de Conférences à Aix-Marseille Université (AMU)

Etude expérimentale de la dynamique des réactions gaz - surface

Systèmes d’intérêt :

  • gaz ionisé, gaz vibrationnellement excité, hydrogène atomique
  • matériaux/surfaces pour la fusion contrôlée (tokamak), la catalyse hétérogène, le dépôt chimique en phase vapeur (CVD)

  • Curriculum Vitae

  • depuis 2010 : Maître de Conférences - PIIM - CNRS/AMU, France 

  • 2005-2010 : Postdoctorant - LCPM - EPFL, Suisse 

  • 2000-2004 : Doctorant - PICM - CNRS/Ecole Polytechnique, France 

  • Projets financés

  • WHISCI (2015-2017)
  • par la fondation universitaire A*MIDEX.
    cliquez ici pour visiter le site web du projet

    Le projet est présent sur la vidéo officielle de l’initiative gouvernementale des IDEX : vous pouvez voir le résultat sur le site du gouvernement, ici !

  • EUROfusion (2015-....)
  • recherches effectuées dans le cadre du Work Package Plasma Facing Components (WP PFC)

    Dispositifs expérimentaux

  • Nautilus
  • CAMITER

  • Publications

    24. “The temperature dependence of optical properties of tungsten in the visible and near-infrared domains : an experimental and theoretical study“
    M. Minissale, C. Pardanaud, R. Bisson, and L. Gallais, Journal of Physics D : Applied Physics, available online (2017)

    23. “Plasma-wall interaction studies within the EUROfusion Consortium : progress on plasma-facing components development and qualification“
    S. Brezinsek et al., Nuclear Fusion, 57(11) 116041 (2017)

    22. “Retention and release of hydrogen isotopes in tungsten Plasma Facing Components : the role of grain boundaries and the native oxide layer from a joint experiment-simulation integrated approach“
    E. Hodille, F. Ghiorghiu, Y. Addab, A. Zaloznik, M. Minissale, Z. Piazza, C. Martin, T. Angot, L. Gallais, M-F. Barthe, C. Becquart, S. Markelj, J. Mougenot, C. Grisolia, and R. Bisson, Nuclear Fusion, 57(7) 076019 (2017)

    21. “Simulations of deuterium atomic exposure of self-damaged tungsten“
    E. Hodille, A. Zaloznik, S. Markelj, T. Schwarz-Selinger, C. Becquart, R. Bisson, and C. Grisolia, Nuclear Fusion, 57(5) 056002 (2017)

    20. “Hydrogenated graphene on Ir(111) : a high-resolution electron energy loss spectroscopy study of the vibrational spectrum“
    L. Kyhl, R. Balog, T. Angot, L. Hornekær, and R. Bisson, Physical Review B, 93:115403 (2016)

    19. “Study of hydrogen isotopes behavior in tungsten by a multi trapping macroscopic rate equation model“
    E.A. Hodille, Y. Ferro, N. Fernandez, C.S. Becquart, T. Angot, J.M. Layet, R. Bisson, and C. Grisolia, Physica Scripta, T167:014011 (2016)

    18. “Dynamic fuel retention in tokamak wall materials : an in situ laboratory study of deuterium release from polycrystalline tungsten at room temperature“
    R. Bisson, S. Markelj, O. Mourey, F. Ghiorghiu, K. Achkasov, J.-M. Layet, P. Roubin, G. Cartry, C. Grisolia, and T. Angot, Journal of Nuclear Materials, 476(1):432-438 (2015)
    part of the Theme Issue "Models and Data for Plasma-Material Interaction in Fusion Devices"

    17. “Macroscopic rate equation modeling of trapping/detrapping of hydrogen isotopes in tungsten materials“
    E.A. Hodille, X. Bonnin, R. Bisson, T. Angot, C.S. Becquart, J.-M. Layet, and C. Grisolia, Journal of Nuclear Materials, 476(1):424-431 (2015)
    part of the Theme Issue "Models and Data for Plasma-Material Interaction in Fusion Devices"

    16. “Deuterium adsorption on (and desorption from) SiC(0001)-(3×3), (√3×√3)R30°, (6√3×6√3)R30° and quasi-free standing graphene obtained by hydrogen intercalation“
    F.C. Bocquet, R. Bisson, J.-M. Themlin, J.-M. Layet, and T. Angot, Journal of Physics D : Applied Physics, 47(9):094014 (2014)
    invited article in the Special Issue "Graphene : from functionalization to devices"

    15. “Quantum state-resolved gas/surface reaction dynamics probed by reflection absorption infrared spectroscopy“
    L. Chen, H. Ueta, R. Bisson, and R.D. Beck, Review of Scientific Instruments, 84(5):053902 (2013)
    Selected as Research Highlight by Rev. Sci. Instr. Editors
    Top 20 of Most Read Articles in Rev. Sci. Instr. in 2013

    14. “Reversible Hydrogenation of Deuterium-Intercalated Quasi-Free-Standing Graphene on SiC(0001)“
    F.C. Bocquet, R. Bisson, J.-M. Themlin, J.-M. Layet, and T. Angot, Physical Review B, 85(20):201401(R) (2012)

    13. “The sticking probability of D2O-water on ice : Isotope effects and the influence of vibrational excitation“
    P.M. Hundt, R. Bisson, and R.D. Beck, Journal of Chemical Physics, 137(7):074701 (2012)

    12. “Vibrationally bond-selected chemisorption of methane isotopologues on Pt(111) studied by reflection absorption infrared spectroscopy“
    L. Chen, H. Ueta, R. Bisson, and R.D. Beck, Faraday Discussions- Royal Society of Chemistry, 157:285-295 (2012)

    11. “Alignment dependent chemisorption of vibrationally excited CH43) on Ni(100), Ni(110), and Ni(111)“
    B. Yoder, R. Bisson, M. Hundt, and R.D. Beck, Journal of Chemical Physics, 135(22):224703 (2011)
    Selected as Research Highlight by J. Chem. Phys. Editors
    Top 15 of Most Read Articles in J. Chem. Phys. - December 2011
    Part of 2011 J. Chem. Phys. Editor’s Choices

    10. “Steric Effects in the Chemisorption of Vibrationally Excited Methane on Ni(100)“
    B. Yoder, R. Bisson, and R.D. Beck, Science, 329:553 (2010)
    News article in the 9th of August 2010 issue of Chemistry & Industry Magazine
    News article in the 29th of July 2010 issue of Chemistry World

    9. “Mode-specific reactivity of CH4 on Pt(110)-(1×2) : The concerted role of stretch and bend excitation“
    R. Bisson, M. Sacchi, and R.D. Beck, Physical Review B, 82(12):121404(R) (2010)
    Selected as Phys. Rev. B Editor’s Choice

    8. “State-resolved reactivity of CH4 on Pt(110)-(1 x 2) : The role of surface orientation and impact site“
    R. Bisson, M. Sacchi, and R.D. Beck, Journal of Chemical Physics, 32(9):094702 (2010)

    7. “Vibrational Activation in Direct and Precursor-Mediated Chemisorption of SiH4 on Si(100)“
    R. Bisson, T. T. Dang, M. Sacchi, and R.D. Beck, Journal of Chemical Physics, 129(8):081103 (2008)

    6. “Comment on « Angular distributions of H-induced HD and D2 desorptions from the Si(100) surfaces » [J. chem. phys. 124, 054715 (2006)]“
    R. Bisson L. Philippe, M. Châtelet, and P. Kratzer, Journal Of Chemical Physics, 128(1):017101 (2008)

    5. “State-Resolved Reactivity of CH4(2ν3) on Pt(111) and Ni(111) : Effects of Barrier Height and Transition State Location“
    R. Bisson, M. Sacchi, T. T. Dang, B. Yoder, P. Maroni, and R.D. Beck, Journal of Physical Chemistry A, 111(49):12679 - 12683 (2007)
    Part of the “Giacinto Scoles Festschrift“

    4. “Cavity ring-down spectroscopy of jet-cooled silane isotopologues in the Si-H stretch overtone region“
    R. Bisson, T. T. Dang, M. Sacchi, and R.D. Beck, Journal of Chemical Physics, 127(24):244301 (2007)
    Selected for the Virtual Journal of Nanoscale Science & Technology

    3. “Angle-resolved study of hydrogen abstraction on Si(100) and Si(111) : evidence for non-activated pathways“
    R. Bisson, L. Philippe, and M. Châtelet, Surface Science, 600:4454 (2006)

    2. “Non-activated pathway in angle-resolved study of H2 molecules produced in the abstraction reaction of incident H atoms on hydrogenated Si(100)“
    R. Bisson, S.H. Yang, L. Philippe, and M. Châtelet, Chemical Physics Letters, 411:429 (2005)

    1. “Mixed (Ar)n(N2)m van der Waals clusters created by pick-up technique“
    S.H. Yang, R. Bisson, D. V. Daineka, and M. Châtelet, European Physical Journal D, 28:367 (2004)

    Proceedings

    1. “Laser remote heating in vacuum environment to study temperature dependence of optical properties for bulk materials“
    M. Minissale, R. Bisson, L. Gallais, Proc. SPIE 10014, Laser-Induced Damage in Optical Materials 2016, 100141Q (2016)