Dr Guillaume Chansin is an analyst and consultant for IDTechEx Research. Based in Cambridge (UK), he interprets the latest trends and market data in several industries, such as printed electronics, sensors, flexible displays and wearable electronics. He is fluent in French and English and gives presentations in both languages.
As a consultant he has delivered custom research to several large organisations in Europe, North America and East Asia. Guillaume obtained a degree in Physics Engineering at the Institut National des Sciences Appliquées in Toulouse, followed by a PhD in Chemical Physics at Imperial College London. Before joining IDTechEx, he worked on flexible e-paper displays at Plastic Logic.
Guillaume obtained a Diplôme d'Ingénieur in Physics Engineering at the Institut National des Sciences Appliquées (INSA) in Toulouse. His master's thesis was on three-dimensional fabrication with nanoimprint lithography. He went on to work on synthetic nanopore devices at Imperial College London, where he received his PhD. Guillaume has published several research papers in leading nanotechnology journals. His research has involved multiple disciplines such as nanotechnology, optics, microfabrication, microfluidics and materials science.
Below is a list of his academic papers:
G.A.T. Chansin, J. Hong, J. Dusting et al., Small 7 (19), 2736 (2011).
M. Ayub, A. Ivanov, E. Instuli, M. Cecchini, G. Chansin et al., Electrochim. Acta 55 (27) (2010).
G. A. T. Chansin, J. Hong, A. J. deMello et al., in Nanofluidics, edited by J. B. Edel and A. J. deMello (RSC Publishing, Cambridge, 2009).
J. Hong, Y. Lee, G. A. T. Chansin et al., Nanotechnology 19 (16) (2008).
G. A. T. Chansin, R. Mulero, J. Hong et al., Nano Letters 7 (9), 2901 (2007).
N. Kehagias, G. Chansin, V. Reboud et al., Microelectron. Eng. 84 (5-8), 921 (2007).
N. Kehagias, V. Reboud, G. Chansin et al., Nanotechnology 18 (17), 4 (2007).
N. Kehagias, V. Reboud, G. Chansin et al., J. Vac. Sci. Technol. B 24 (6), 3002 (2006).