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Dr. Dominique Laniel

Faculty for Mathematics, Physics and Informatics
Alexander-von-Humboldt Fellow at the Research Group of Material Physics and Technology at Extreme Conditions


Hosts: Prof. N. Dubrovinskaia (Laboratory of Crystallography) and Prof. L. Dubrovinsky (BGI)

Person

Work experience

2019

Alexander von Humboldt Fellow, University of Bayreuth and Bayreuth GeoInstitut, Germany

2018-2019

Post-doctoral Researcher, University of Bayreuth, Germany

Education

2015-2018

PhD in Physics and Chemistry of Materials, French Alternative Energies and Atomic Energy Commission, affiliated to the Pierre and Marie Curie University, France

2014-2015

MsC in Science of Materials and Nano-objects, Pierre and Marie Curie University, France

2012-2014

MsC in Condensed Matter Physics, University of Ottawa, Canada

2008-2012

BsC in Physics, University of Ottawa, Canada

Awards

2019-2021

Humboldt Research Fellowship from the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation

2018

Jamieson Award from High Pressure Research Gordon Conference

2016-2018

Canada Graduate Scholarship – Doctorate from the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada

2015-2018

Doctorate Research Allocation from the French National Centre for Space Studies

2015

Commission on the Graduate Studies in the Sciences Prize from the University of Ottawa

2013-2015

Canada Graduate Scholarship – Master’s from the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada

2014

Ontario Graduate Scholarship - Doctorate (declined) from the Ontario Graduate Scholarship Program

2013

Ontario Graduate Scholarship – Master’s (declined) from the Ontario Graduate Scholarship Program

2012

Master's Admission Scholarship from the University of Ottawa

2011

Undergraduate Research Award from the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada

2007

Canadian Francophonie Scholarship from the University of Ottawa

2007-2014

Excellence Scholarship from the University of Ottawa

Other Responsibilities

Since 2014

Reviewer for the International Scientific Journals: Physical Review B; Physical Review Materials; Inorganic Chemistry; Journal of Alloys and Compounds; Physical Review Letters; Solid State Communications

Since 2011

Teaching Experiences: Grundpraktikum Physik für Nebenfach; Eectromagnetic Theory; Fundamental Principles of Physics; Introductory Quantum Mechanics

Statistical Thermodynamics, Solid State Physics; Wave and Optics; Thermodynamics; First Year Physics Laboratories

Faculty for Mathematics, Physics and Informatics
Alexander-von-Humboldt Fellow at the Research Group of Material Physics and Technology at Extreme Conditions


Research Priorities

  • High energy density materials
  • Superhard materials
  • Synthesis of novel polynitrogen entities
  • Synthesis of near room-temperature superconducting hydrides
  • High pressure and high temperature crystallography

Publications
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2019

D. Laniel, B. Winkler, E. Koemets, T. Fedotenko, M. Bykov, E. Bykova, L. Dubrovinsky, N. Dubrovinskaia, Synthesis of magnesium-nitrogen salts of novel polynitrogen anions, Nature Communications 10, 4515. Featured in Nature Communications Editors’ Highlights.
doi: 10.1038/s41467-019-12530-w

D. Laniel, M. Bykov, T. Fedotenko, A. V. Ponomareva, I. A. Abrikosov, K. Glazyrin, V. Svitlyk, L. Dubrovinsky, and N. Dubrovinskaia, High Pressure Investigation of the S–N2 System up to the Megabar Range: Synthesis and Characterization of the SN2 Solid, Inorganic Chemistry 58, 9195-9204.
doi: 10.1021/acs.inorgchem.9b00830

D. Laniel, G. Geneste, G. Weck, M. Mezouar and P. Loubeyre, Hexagonal Layered Polymeric Nitrogen Phase Synthesized near 250 GPa, Physical Review Letters 122, 066001. Editor’s choice.
doi: 10.1103/PhysRevLett.122.066001

2018

D. Laniel, G. Weck and P. Loubeyre, Direct reaction of nitrogen and lithium up to 75 GPa: Synthesis of the Li3N, LiN, LiN2 and LiN5 compounds, Inorganic Chemistry 57, 10685-10693.
doi: 10.1021/acs.inorgchem.8b01325

D. Laniel, G. Weck, G. Gaiffe, G. Garbarino and P. Loubeyre, A high-pressure synthesized lithium pentazolate metastable at ambient conditions, Journal of Physical Chemistry Letters 9, 1600-1604.
doi: 10.1021/acs.jpclett.8b00540

D. Laniel, A. Dewaele and G. Garbarino, High pressure synthesis of the iron pernitride FeN2, Inorganic Chemistry 57, 6245-6251. Featured as the journal’s cover on June 4th 2018.
doi: 10.1021/acs.inorgchem.7b03272

D. Laniel, V. Svitlyk, G. Weck and P. Loubeyre, Pressure-induced chemical reactions in the N2(H2)2 compound: from the N2 and H2 species to ammonia and back down into hydrazine, Journal of Physical Chemistry and Chemical Physics 20, 4050-4057.
doi: 10.1039/C7CP07989C

D. Laniel, A. Dewaele, S. Anzellini and N. Guignot, Study of the iron nitride FeN into the megabar regime, Journal of Alloys and Compounds 733, 53-58.
doi: 10.1016/j.jallcom.2017.10.267

2016

D. Laniel, G. Weck and P. Loubeyre, Xe(N2)2 compound to 150 GPa: Reluctance to the formation of a xenon nitride, Physical Review B 94, 174109.
doi: 10.1103/PhysRevB.94.174109

2014

D. Laniel, L. Downie, J. S. Smith, D. Savard, M. Murugesu and S. Desgreniers, High pressure study of a highly energetic nitrogen-rich carbon nitride, cyanuric triazide, Journal of Chemical Physics 141 (23), 234506.
doi: 10.1063/1.4902984

K. Lekin, H. Phan, S. M. Winter, J. W. L. Wong, A. A. Leitch, D. Laniel, W. Yong, R. A. Secco, J. S. Tsé, S. Desgreniers, P. A. Dube, M. Shatruk and R. T. Oakley, Heat, Pressure and Light- Induced Interconversion of Bisdithiazolyl Radicals and Dimers, Journal of the American Chemical Society 136 (22), 8050-62.
doi: 10.1021/ja502753t

D. Laniel, E. Sebastiao, C. Cook, M. Murugesu, A. Hu, F. Zhang and S. Desgreniers, High-Pressure Characterization of 5,5’-bis(1H-tetrazolyl)amine, Journal of Chemical Physics 140, 184701
doi: 10.1063/1.4870830

2013

D. Laniel and N. Shtinkov, Strain profiles and radii of semiconductor rolled-up tubes made by a single material, Physica Status Solidi 250 (7), 1308-1312.

Faculty for Mathematics, Physics and Informatics
Alexander-von-Humboldt Fellow at the Research Group of Material Physics and Technology at Extreme Conditions


Dr. Dominique Laniel

University of Bayreuth 95440 Bayreuth Germany Fax: +49-921-553770

Phone: +49-921-553895
E-mail: dominique.laniel@uni-bayreuth.de

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