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matthieu baudelet

  • Senior Research Scientist
  • University of Central Florida
  • 13PublicationsNumber of items in matthieu's My Publications folder on Mendeley.
  • 7Followers

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  • Laser-Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy Analysis of Bacteria:What Femtosecond Lasers Make Possible

    • Guyon L
    • Baudelet M
    • Yu J
    • et al.
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Professional experience

Senior Research Scientist

University of Central Florida

July 2008 - Present



Université Claude Bernard Lyon 1

September 2005 - June 2008(3 years)


Université Claude Bernard Lyon 1

September 2003 - June 2005(2 years)


Université des Sciences et Technologies de Lille

September 2000 - June 2003(3 years)


Matthieu BAUDELET graduated his B.Sc. in Physics in the University of Lille in 2003. In 2005, he graduated his M.S. in "Laser and Spectroscopy" in the University of Lyon (France). Then, in the 'Laboratoire de Spectrométrie Ionique et Moléculaire' (Lasim, Lyon), he completed his Ph.D. in "Laser-induced plasma and spectroscopic analysis" under the direction of Pr. Jin YU. He has been working on the application of Laser-Induced Plasmas to organic and biological samples, particularly on the detection of trace elements in several biological samples: bacterial cultures, for public safety-oriented detection and discrimination of species, and vegetables, for health applications, and the molecular signatures and processes in the plasma. His work shows to the Plasma Spectroscopy community the advantages of the femtosecond lasers to produce more analytical plasmas for biological applications. An other part of his work is on the analytical data processing of the laser plasma spectra of biological and organic samples, by understanding a broad range of chemometrics tools and applying them to enhance the plasma processes by distinguishing the different principal components in the signal. He also studies the hydrodynamic dynamics of laser-induced plasmas in air by establishing the correlation between the behavior of the energy balance in the plasma and the emission spectrum. This fundamental study gives a basis for the choice of optimum regimes of laser ablation for the LIP-based applications. Since he's arrived in UCF, his research covers the development of filament-based spectroscopy and applications such as LIBS and white light spectroscopy. His research focuses as well on molecular spectroscopy of the plasma (optical and mass spectroscopy) to the data analysis (data extraction, noise subtraction, chemometrics).

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