Holographic traction force microscopy
Author(s): Makarchuk, Stanislaw; Beyer, Nicolas; Gaiddon, Christian; et al.
Source: Scientific reports Volume: 8 Issue: 1 Pages: 3038 Published: 2018-Feb-14
Times Cited: 6
Thermal effects on van der Waals adhesive forces
Author(s): Pinon, A. V.; Wierez-Kien, M.; Craciun, A. D.; et al.
Source: Physical Review B Volume: 93 Issue: 3 Published: 2016
Times Cited: 0
Localized states in advanced dielectrics from the vantage of spin- and symmetry-polarized tunnelling across MgO
Author(s): Schleicher, F.; Halisdemir, U.; Lacour, D.; et al.
Source: Nature Communications Volume: 5 Published: 2014
Times Cited: 3
Mesomorphism and Shape-Memory Behavior of Main-Chain Liquid-Crystalline Co-Elastomers: Modulation by the Chemical Composition
Author(s): Garcia-Marquez, Alfonso Ramon; Heinrich, Benoit; Beyer, Nicolas; et al.
Source: Macromolecules Volume: 47 Issue: 15 Pages: 5198-5210 Published: 2014
Times Cited: 1
Solitonic guide and multiphoton absorption processes in photopolymerizable materials for optical integrated circuits
Author(s): Klein, S.; Barsella, A.; Acker, D.; et al.
Source: Organic Optoelectronics and Photonics Volume: 5464 Pages: 32-38 Published: 2004
Times Cited: 0
Nicolas Beyer has been working at the IPCMS since 1998. For 10 years he has been in charge of the design and mechanical realization of several devices installed on X-ray diffraction lines (optics, furnaces, benches). He has also designed and realized optical systems and various pieces of equipment for the construction of confocal microscopes (lens holders, mirrors, high voltage application), as well as a traction force microscope and an optical microscope with magnetic tweezers.
In 2008, at the request of the management, he took the responsibility of the real estate logistics division of the five buildings composing the IPCMS.
As such, he coordinated, planned, and implemented preventive and curative maintenance of the 12000 m² of the institute. He supervised the work of a general services technician assigned to maintenance who assisted him in this task.
He was project manager for the real estate operations within the laboratory during rehabilitation work or construction of new laboratories (several chemistry and physics laboratories, construction of a class ISO 6 cleanroom).
In 2014, he joins the IPCMS mechanical design department as a mechanical design assistant. Since 2019, he is a design engineer, in charge of the design office. This main activity allows him to go back to the fundamentals of his training, i.e. the design of prototypes and special machines dedicated more particularly to the characterization on large instruments (synchrotrons: ESRF, SOLEIL, PLS, SLS).
He has also designed specific machines for optics: Wide-angle static and dynamic light scattering under shear (2 prototypes), as well as a dual-view inverted light-sheet microscope.
In addition, he is an assistant to the project manager on a project of premises intended to be tunneling microscopy laboratories and is an external consultant for the project manager of the DPI of the University of Strasbourg on the CESQ project (Center for the Study of Quantum Sciences).
Université Louis Pasteur
Diplôme Etudes Univ. Scient.&Tech.
LEGT Jean Mermoz
construction mécanique F1
- PA (Prevention Assistant) for the IPCMS General Services Department
- Member of the local health, safety and working conditions committee for the IPCMS