Responsibilities and Duties
Geologist specialized in mineral chemistry
Head of the “Spectroscopy and Chemical Analysis” plateau
Open and available for all scientific and industrial collaboration
Experimental study of solid-fluid interactions at HP-HT (up to 1 GPa and 400°C):
– reactive percolation benches
– batch reactors (two- and three-phase), continuous flow reactors
– diamond anvil cells
Characterization of materials (solid, liquid and gaseous):
– spectroscopy (ICP-MS and -AES, Raman, IR), chromatography (µGC, GC-MS, Ionic, HPLC)
– electron microscopy (imaging, EDS, EBSD, FIB)
– X-ray diffraction (laboratory, synchrotron)
– PhreeqC, JCHESS, EQ3/6, Arxim
My research aims to better understand the thermo-hydro-geochemical mechanisms of fluid-solid interactions.
They are applied to different fields of Earth Sciences such as mineral sequestration of CO2, hydrogen production and the remediation of polluted sites and soils.
Geology, geochemistry, mineralogy, petrology, cartography
– Licence and Master’s degree in “Earth Sciences and Environment” at the Universities of Montpellier and Lyon
– Specialized Master’s degree in “Polluted Sites and Soils” at Mines Saint-Etienne
2010 – 2014: University of Montpellier
PhD in Geosciences
Experimental characterization of the carbonation and hydration processes of basic and ultrabasic rocks
2008 – 2010: University of Montpellier
Master’s degree in Geological Reservoir Exploration
2005 – 2008: Jean Monnet University, Saint-Étienne
Bachelor of Science in Earth Sciences and Environment
Peuble, S., Andreani, M., Gouze, P., Pollet-Villard, M., Reynard, B., Van de Moortele, B. (2018). Multi-scale characterization of the incipient carbonation of peridotite. Chemical Geology, 476, 150-160.
Peuble, S., Andreani, M., Godard, M., Gouze, P., Barou, F., Van de Moortele, B., Reynard, B. (2015). Carbonate mineralization in percolated olivine aggregates: Linking effects of crystallographic orientation and fluid flow. American Mineralogist, 100(2-3), 474-482.
Peuble, S., Godard, M., Luquot, L., Andreani, M., Martinez, I., & Gouze, P. (2015). CO2 geological storage in olivine rich basaltic aquifers: New insights from reactive-percolation experiments. Applied Geochemistry, 52, 174-190.
Experimental characterization of hydration and carbonation processes of basic and ultra-basic rocks (Doctoral thesis, University of Montpellier).