Olivier Lafon




Olivier Lafon is professor at the University of Lille. He specializes on the development of novel solid-state Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) methods for the characterization of inorganic and hybrid materials.

His current research interests notably include Dynamic Nuclear Polarization (DNP)-enhanced NMR of nanostructured materials, methods to probe the local environment of quadrupolar nuclei in solids and non-uniform sampling to accelerate the acquisition of multidimensional NMR spectra.

Olivier Lafon received B.Sc. in physical chemistry from Ecole Normale Supérieure de Lyon. He passed the agrégation in physical sciences. He received MS and PhD from the University of Paris South.

He was awarded the Magnetic Resonance in Chemistry Award for Young Scientists by the Euromar scientific committee. He is the chief science officer for the French network of high-field NMR facilities (IR-RMN) and is strongly involved in the IR-RMN project of 1.2 GHz NMR facility at the University of Lille.

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Nov 16th 2015

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