Atomic Structure – Composition of Materials
Yasmine joined INL in 2018. First, to work on the testing and characterization of catalytic materials in the Nanochemistry research group. Since July 2019, she joined Prof. Paulo J. Ferreira to learn a completely new field, Electron Microscopy. Currently, she is working on a collaborative project -Graphenest’s New Engineered System and its Implementation Solution-GNESIS- on the characterization of Graphene based materials.
Yasmine received a Bachelor degree in Chemistry from the University of Science and Technology of Algiers in Algeria and undertook a Master degree in Polymer and Organic Chemistry in the University of Bordeaux in France. She is mostly interested in working at science interfaces, during her post-graduation, she worked in the field of catalysis for biomass conversion, plasmonic materials for toxicological studies and magnetic emulsions for the development of next-generation MRI contrast agent.
- V.Sousa, B.F Gonçalves, M.Franco, Y.Ziouani, N.Gonazalez-Ballesterost, F.Cerqueira, V.Yannello, K.Kovnir, O.Lebedev, Yu.V.Kolen´ko.
Superstructural Ordering in Hexagonal CuInSe2 Nanoparticles
Chemistry of Materials, 2019, 31 (1), 260-267
- D.K.Mann, J.Xu, N.E.Mordvinova, V,Yannello, Y.Ziouani, N.Gonazalez-Ballesterost, J.P.S.Sousa, , O.Lebedev, Yu.V.Kolen´ko, M.Shatruk
Electrocatalytic Water Oxidation over AlFe2B2
Chemical Science, 2019, 10, 2796-2804
- B.OwensBaird, J.Xu, D.Y.Petrovykh, O.Bondarchuk, Y.Ziouani, N.GonzálezBallesteros, P.Yox, F.M.Sapountzi, H.Niemantsverdriet, Yu.V.Kolen’ko, K.Kovnir
NiP2: A Story of Two Divergent Polymorphic Multifunctional Materials
Chemistry of Materials, 2019, 3193407-3418