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PhD student Marie Albéric

Laboratoire d’Archéologie Moléculaire et Structurale (LAMS), UMR 8220 CNRS Université Pierre et Marie Curie Paris VI
, Site Le Raphaël, 3 rue Galilée 94200 Ivry-sur-Seine

E-Mail :
 marie.alberic@upmc.fr

Qualifications and employment history

2005 Research Institute on Archaeomaterials (IRAMAT – UMR 5060 CNRS), Orléans, France : Study of silver coins dating from the IVth century.

2006 - 2010 Engineering school of Chemistry, Lyon, France.

2008-2009 Research and development laboratory of Henkel (Adhesives company), Slough, England.

2010 Catalan Institute of Classical Archaeology (ICAC – CEICS), Tarragona, Spain:Study of Roman ceramics dating from the Ist BC to the VIth century.

2010 – 2011 University of Paris Est and Créteil (UPEC), France : Master of research about the Environmental effects on Cultural Heritage Materials (MAPE)

2011 Chemistry Institute of Sarria (IQS), Barcelona, Spain : Study of the corrosivity of volatile organic compounds emitted by coatings of glass showcases in museums, on lead, copper and silver.

from 2012 Laboratory of Molecular and Structural Archaeology (LAMS – UMR 8220 CNRS/UPMC) :

PhD on the physic and chemical study of the evolution of organic and mineral constituents of archaeological ivories over time.

Supervisor : Dr. Ina Reiche (HDR) head of the research group “Archaeological Biomaterials and their Development over Time” of the LAMS.

Research Interests and Activities

  • Archaeometry of archaeological materials (ceramics, metals, biomaterial : ivory).
  • Chemical identification, determination of the manufacturing processes and provenance of the objects, alterations by analytical methods (SEM, ICPMS, Petrographic microscope, XRD, XRF, X-ray and synchrotron methods : IR, XRF, SAXS, ion induced methods : PIXE/PIGE).
  • Preventive conservation in museums : Analysis of volatile organic compounds emitted during accelerated tests (HPGC), Identification of the alterations (XRD).