Patricia-Laurelle DegbeCountry of origin: Central African Republic Currently in: Cameroon, Douala General field of specialization: Physics
Degrees2018 Master Physics
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 Attended2021 The Southern African Institute for Nuclear Technology and Sciences (SAINTS), Republic of South Africa Radiation Interactions and Detection
Presentation given2021Elemental 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