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Nathanaelle Schneider is a CNRS (Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique) - Researcher since 2013 at IRDEP (R&D Institute on PV Energy) in France. With her background in organometallic chemistry (Ph.D. degree from Heidelberg, Germany and Strasbourg, France universities, under the co-supervision of Prof. L. H. Gade and Dr. S. Bellemin-Laponnaz), she applied those skills to surface self-assembled systems at AIST-Tsukuba; and from 2010 to CVD/ALD activities (precursor synthesis, depositions, applications to microelectronics) at Air Liquide Laboratories, Japan. Arrived at IRDEP as Post-doctoral researcher in 2012, her research activities currently focus on the development of new materials by ALD and their applications in PV. She is an active member of the network RAFALD (Réseau des Acteurs Français de l’ALD) and the vice director of the Groupement de Recherche.