Jérôme Leveneur received his Engineering degree from the École des Mines de Nantes, in France, with a specialisation in nuclear technology, science, and environment. He completed his doctoral studies with the University of Auckland and GNS Science investigating magnetic nanomaterials and their applications.
His work within the Environment and Materials division at GNS Science, focuses on research and innovation for the development of new functional surfaces and materials, and their application in sensor systems and manufacturing processes. He is expert on ion beam modification of materials and experienced in the use of synchrotron and atomic force microscopy techniques for material science.
His research interests include: magnetic and magneto-electric nanomaterials, magnetic sensors, sensor systems and surface properties engineering.
I’m focused on the application of ion beam science and technology in the R&D of new materials and transfer of ion beam technology to various areas, such as high value manufacturing, environment, geological science and agriculture.Dr Jérôme Leveneur
July 13, 2023
Deputy Director Māori, Dr Pauline Harris, sets out below some of the research of the MacDiarmid Institute that relates to the values of Matariki.
May 5, 2022
MBIE funds research into a new generation of Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) tags.
March 24, 2021
Funding successes for our investigators and their research programmes during 2020. This funding enables our researchers and collaborators to continue their breakthrough research in advanced materials and nanotechnology.
April 8, 2019
Funding successes for our investigators and their research programmes during 2018. This funding enables our researchers and collaborators to continue their breakthrough research in advanced materials and nanotechnology.
April 8, 2019
This article from our 2018 Annual Report provides information about the MacDiarmid Institute's latest inventions, patents and spinouts.
September 14, 2018
The MacDiarmid Institute is pleased to share the following successes from MacDiarmid researchers in this year’s MBIE Endeavour fund round.