Agnès Barthélémy is a French physicist. She is an expert on nanostructures. She is a professor at Université Paris-Sud and a member of the Institut Universitaire de France.
Education and career

Agnès Barthélémy received her PhD in 1991 from Université Paris-Sud, where she worked under the supervision of Albert Fert.[1]

2008: Prize “Louis Ancel” of the French Physical Society[2]
2010: CNRS silver medal[3]
2015: Prize Nikola Tesla[4]
2017: Prize Lazare Carnot of the Academy of Science[5]


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