Employer: Bordeaux INP
Location: ENSCBP building A N1-12 office
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Key Research Areas: Fluorescence Microscopy - Polymersomes - Drug Delivery - Physical Properties of Membrane - Atomic Force Microscopy
Responsability of the Microscopy platform
Education and experience
Emmanuel Ibarboure is Engineer at the Ecole Nationale Supérieure de Chimie, de Biologie et de Physique (ENSCBP) in Bordeaux Polytechnic Institute (Bordeaux INP- France). He received a master's degree in chemistry from the University of Bordeaux. Since 1997, he has been an engineer in materials science at the Laboratoire des Polymères Organiques (LCPO-UMR 5629) as responsible of thermal and mechanical analysis. From 2004 to 2011, he then worked on the control and analysis of surface properties in polymer blends by Atomic Force Microscopy (AFM) with Prof. Eric Papon (University of Bordeaux). Since 2011, he has joined the group headed by Prof. Sebastien Lecommandoux (ENSCBP-Bordeaux INP). His current research interests are focused on the mechanical assessment of giant polymersomes membrane using different techniques such as micropipette aspiration, osmotic shock, and fluorescence microscopy.
Emmanuel Ibarboure is involved in practical classes of polymer sciences at the ENSCBP (e.g.thermomecanical properties) and supervises undergradudate student personal research projects.
Emmanuel Ibarbour is co-author of 72 publications in polymer and materials science journals.
Mannose-based surfactant as biofunctional nanoemulsion stabilizer Journal article