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Patricia-Laurelle Degbe

Country of origin: Central African Republic Currently in: Cameroon, Douala General field of specialization: Physics
Academic Background


2018 Master Physics
Research and Profession

Current Research Activities


I'm a PhD student at the Centre for Atomic Molecular Physics and Quantum Optics - University of Douala. My thesis is on the development and application of Monte Carlo methods to the elemental XRF mineralogical analysis of environmental samples.

Publications resulting from Research: 

Patricia-Laurelle Degbe, Cebastien Joel Guembou Shouop, Daniel Bongue, Merylle Glawdys Beyinda, Maurice Ndontchueng Moyo & Moïse Godfroy Kwato Njock (2022). Elemental characterization of quartzite of Pouma sub-division of Cameroon and radiation attenuation properties based on XCOM and GEANT4 Monte Carlo simulation, Radiation Effects and Defects in Solids, 177:7-8, 688-705, DOI: 10.1080/10420150.2022.2073881

Workshop and Conference Attended

2021 The Southern African Institute for Nuclear Technology and Sciences (SAINTS), Republic of South Africa Radiation Interactions and Detection

Presentation given

Elemental characterization of quartzite of Pouma-Cameroon: radiation attenuation properties based on NIST and GEANT4 simulation.
University of Bari (Italy)
Event: 1st International Summer School on TXRF

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