LARREGARAY Pascal



    Dernière modification : 25 septembre 2017

  • — CNRS senior scientist (dr, hdr)
    — Theoretical Chemistry group leader
    — Coordinator of the QuantumChemPhys Transborder Joint Lab.

    Contact
    Short CV
    Teaching
    Reasearch Lines (gas-phase reaction dynamics ,dynamics of gas-surface interactions)
    Publications (peer reviewed papers , divulgation , proccedings , Teaching cooperation )


    - Contact

    ISM, groupe THEO, Université Bordeaux/CNRS, 351 cours de la libération,
    33405 Talence cedex
    pascal.larregaray@u-bordeaux.fr


    - Short CV

    — 2016- ... : CNRS senior scientist (dr)

    — 2016-... Theoretical Chemistry group leader at ISM, Institut des Sciences Moléculaires, UMR 5255, Université Bordeaux /CNRS

    — 2015-... QuantumChemPhys Transborder Joint Lab . coordinator

    — 2012 : Habilitation, hdr (accreditation to supervize research, Bordeaux1 University)

    — 2004- 2016 : CNRS associate scientist (cr)

    — 2003-2004 : 1st Assistant at LSU, Laboratory for Ultrafast Spectroscopy, Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (Switzerland)

    — 2002 : Post-Doc fellow at CERMM, Center for research in Molecular Modeling, Concordia University, Montréal ( Canada)

    — 1998-2001 : Ph. D. in Chemical Physics from Bordeaux I University, Title : New Perspective in Transition State Theory


    - Teaching
    — 2007- ... :Quantum Chemistry at Ecole Nationale Supérieure de Chimie Biologie et Physique (ENSCBP)

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    - Research lines

    — (semi) classical Molecular / Reaction Dynamics
    — Gas/Surface Elementary Processes
    — Statistical Theories of Chemical Reactions

    My current activity focuses on the theoretical investigation of reaction dynamics of elementary heterogeneous and gas- phase processes. Within the framework of classical dynamics, I develop and apply models based on numerical simulation and the statistical approach of chemical reactivity, including the necessary semi-classical corrections to account for the main quantum effects. These models are used to describe gas-phase processes of interstellar or atmospheric interests as well as gas-metallic surfaces reactions of technological interest (atmospheric entry, nuclear fusion). My main objective is now to scrutinize the coupling between electron and nuclei dynamics (non adiabatic transitions, electron-hole pair excitations) as well as the role of surface atom motions in heterogeneous processes (dissipation to phonons, local relaxation).


    - Gas-phase reaction dynamics

    For the gas-phase elementary processes of interest in interstellar or atmospheric chemistry, typically involving a limited number of atoms, molecular beams techniques, associated with spectroscopy, allow to measure with an ever increasing precision the main observables from reaction dynamics, i.e. the quantum states and spatial distributions of the nascent products. The theoretical analysis of such experiments relies, on the one hand, on numerical simulation, mainly within the framework of classical mechanics, but also on the development of analytical models, of primary importance to unravel the concepts to rationalize the course of reactive collisions.

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    Rate constants of the S(1D)+H2 reaction as a function fo temperature from experiment (blue), exact quantum scattering simulation (red), and a semi-classical capture model (black)

    Concerning models, I apply and develop the statistical approach of reactivity. This theory, which might prove very powerful when the reaction involves a long-lived intermediate complex, has been much used lately. Nevertheless, it neglects the dynamics upon approach of the reactants and separation of the products (couplings between vibration, rotation and translation). We are thus developing, from both simulation and analytical models, a statistico-dynamical approach, based on the basic hypotheses of statistical theories (existence of transition states, statistical distribution of the complex phase space states) and which explicitly treats the dynamics of complex formation and dissociation. This approach is also applied to gas-surface processes (Langmuir-Hinshelwood process).

    Concerning dynamics simulation, I contribute to the inclusion of semi-classical corrections into the classical formalism of reactivity to account for important quantum effects (quantization, tunneling). These developments might result important in that our research field is more and more interested in large molecules for which the simulation of quantum dynamics is today impossible.


    - Dynamics of gas-surface interactions

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    Reaction cross-section for N+N@W(100) ,W(110) Eley Rideal abstraction

    In the last years, part of my research activity has been devoted to the theoretical investigation of diatom recombination dynamics at the gas- solid interface. The intimate understanding of such a process is essential for various fields, i.e. interstellar and atmospheric heterogeneous chemistry, plasma-wall interactions (thermonuclear fusion, atmospheric entry). This work requires an important methodological effort. Global potential energy surfaces with sufficient precision need first to be built. Then, the correct description of energy dissipation channels to the surface phonons and electronic excitations of the solid must be challenged.


    - Publications

    - peer reviewed papers

    74— Hot-Atoms Abstraction Dynamics of Hydrogen from Tungsten Surfaces : The Role of Surface Structure
    O. Galparsoro, H.F. Busnengo, J. I. Juaristi, C. Crespos, M. Alducin, and P. Larrégaray
    [J. Chem. Phys. (2017), doi : 10.1063/1.4997127, in press]

    73— Stereodynamics of diatom formation through Eley-Rideal Abstraction
    O. Galparsoro, J. I. Juaristi, C. Crespos, M. Alducin, and P. Larrégaray
    J. Phys. Chem. C (2017), doi : 10.1021/acs.jpcc.7b06529

    72— Classical Molecule-Surface Scattering in a Quantum Spirit : Application to H2/Pd(111)Non Activated Scattering
    C.Crespos, J. Decock, P. Larregaray, L. Bonnet
    J. Phys. Chem. C (2017), doi : 10.1021/acs.jpcc.7b04829

    71— French-Cuban doctoral training in Molecular Chemical Physics : 10 years of a succesful experience
    Maykel L. Gonzalez Martinez, Pascal Larregaray, Jesus Rubayo Soneira y Jean- Claude Rayez
    Rev. Cub. Fis. (2016) 33, 169

    70— Mean Potential Phase Space theory study of the Si(3P)+OH(X2Π) → SiO(X1Σ+)+ H(2S) reaction
    R. L. Panades-Barrueta, J. Rubayo-Soneira, M. Monnerville, P. Larregaray, F. Dayou y A. Rivero- Santamaria
    Rev. Cub. Fis. (2016) 33, 102

    69— Hydrogen Abstraction from Metal Surfaces : When Electron-Hole Pair Excitations Strongly Affect Hot- Atom Recombination
    O. Galparsoro, R. Pétuya, H.F. Busnengo, J. I. Juaristi, C. Crespos, M. Alducin, and P. Larrégaray
    Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys. (2016) 18, 31378-31383

    68— The S(1D) + o-D2 Reaction Dynamics at Low Collision Energies : Complementary Crossed Molecular Beam Experiments and Theoretical Investigations"
    M. Lara, S. Chefdeville, P. Larregaray, L. Bonnet, J.-M. Launay, M. Costes, C. Naulin, A. Bergeat
    J. Phys. Chem. A (2016), doi : 10.1021/acs.jpca.6b01182

    67— Quantum state-resolved differential-cross-sections for complex-forming chemical reactions : asymmetry is the rule, symmetry the exception
    P. Larrégaray and L. Bonnet
    J. Chem. Phys. (2015), doi : 10.1063/1.4933009

    66— Energy Dissipation to Tungsten Surfaces upon Eley–Rideal Recombination of N2 and H2
    O. Galparsoro, R. Pétuya, J. I. Juaristi, C. Crespos, M. Alducin, and P. Larrégaray
    J. Phys. Chem. C (2015), doi : 10.1021/acs.jpcc.5b04286

    65— Isotope Effects in Eley–Rideal and Hot-Atom Abstraction Dynamics of Hydrogen from Tungsten (100) and (110) Surfaces
    R. Pétuya, M. A. Nosir, C. Crespos, R. Díez Muiño, and P. Larrégaray
    J. Phys. Chem. C (2015), doi : 10.1021/acs.jpcc.5b03693

    64— Scattering of atomic hydrogen off a H-covered W(110) surface : Hot-atom versus Eley-Rideal abstraction dynamics
    R. Pétuya, P. Larrégaray, C. Crespos, P. Aurel, H.F. Busnengo and A. E. Martinez
    J. Phys. Chem. C (2015), doi : 10.1021/jp511847w

    63— Statistical product distributions for ultracold reactions in external fields
    M.L. Gonzalez-Martinez, O. Dulieu, P.Larregaray, L. Bonnet
    Phys. Rev. A (2014) 90, 052716

    62— Revisiting the non reactive scattering of N2 off W(100) : On the influence of the scattering azimuth on in-plane angular distributions
    R. Petuya, P.-A. Plötz, C. Crespos, P. Larregaray
    J. Phys. Chem C. (2014) 118, 21904-21910

    61— Classical reactive scattering in a quantum spirit : Improving the shape of rotational state distributions for indirect reactions in the quantum regime
    L. Bonnet, P. Larregaray, Ph. Halvick and J.-C. Rayez.
    Theo. Chem. Acc. (2014) 133, 1527

    60— Dynamics of H2 Eley-Rideal abstraction from W(110) : sensitivity to the representation of the molecule-surface potential
    R. Petuya, P. Larregaray, C. Crespos, H.F. Busnengo and A. Martinez
    J. Chem. Phys. (2014) 141, 024701

    59— Influence of surface symmetry on the onset of Nitrogen Eley-Rideal recombination on tungsten
    E.Quintas-Sanchez, P. Larregaray, C. Crespos
    J. Phys. Chem. C., (2014) 118 (23), pp 12224–12229

    58— Comparative theoretical study of H2 Eley-Rideal recombination dynamics on W(100) and W(110)
    R. Pétuya, C. Crespos, E. Quintas-Sanchez, and P. Larrégaray,
    J. Phys. Chem C., (2014) 118 (22), pp 11704–11710

    57— Estudio teorico del mecanismo Eley-Rideal en la recombinacion de nitrogeno sobre tungsten(110)
    E.Quintas-Sanchez, P. Larregaray, C. Crespos, A. Perez-Mellor
    Rev. Cub. Fis. (2013) 30, 66

    56— Potential Energy Surfaces for the Dynamics of Elementary Gas-Surface Processes
    Pablo Gamallo, Ludovic Martin-Gondre, Ramon Sayos, Cédric Crespos, and Pascal Larregaray
    in “Dynamics of Gas-Surface Interactions : Atomic-level Understanding of Scattering Processes at Surfaces”. Springer series in surfaces sciences, ed. H.F. Busnengo and R. Diez-Muino, Springer-Verlag, 2013

    55— Surface temperature effects on the dynamics of N2 Eley-Rideal recombination on W(100)
    E.Quintas-Sanchez, P. Larregaray, C. Crespos, J.-C. Rayez, L. Martin-Gondre and J.Rubayo-Soneira
    J. Chem. Phys. (2013) 138, 024706

    54— High-harmonic transient grating spectroscopy of NO2 electronic relaxation
    H. Ruf, C. Handschin, A. Ferré, N. Thiré, J. B. Bertrand, L. Bonnet, R. Cireasa, E. Constant, P. B. Corkum, D. Descamps, B. Fabre, P. Larregaray, E. Mével, S. Petit, B. Pons, D. Staedter, H. J. Worner, D. M. Villeneuve, Y. Mairesse, P. Halvick, and V. Blanchet
    J. Chem. Phys, (2012) 137,224303

    53— Dynamical reaction pathways in Eley-Rideal recombination of nitrogen from W(100)
    E.Quintas-Sanchez, P. Larregaray, C. Crespos, L. Martin-Gondre, J.Rubayo-Soneira and J.-C. Rayez
    J. Chem. Phys. (2012) 137, 064709

    52— Introduction to Jean Claude Rayez Festschrift : « Chemical reactivity, from accurate theories to simple models »
    L. Bonnet, P. Larregaray, V. Aquilanti
    Comp. Theo. Chem., (2012) 990, 1-2

    51— Quasi-classical dynamics study of atomic oxygen over graphite (0001) with new interpolated and analytical potential energy surfaces
    V. Moron, L. Martin-Gondre, C. Crespos, P. Larregaray, P. Gamallo and R. Sayos
    Comp. Theo. Chem., (2012) 990, 132-143

    50— Rationalizing the S(1D)+H2 →SH(X2Π)+H reaction dynamics through a semiclassical capture model
    P. Larrégaray, L. Bonnet
    Comp. Theo. Chem., (2012) 990, 18-22

    49— Classical photodissociation dynamics with Bohr quantization : Application to the fragmentation of a van der Waals cluster
    W. Arbelo-González, L. Bonnet, P. Larrégaray, J.-C. Rayez, J. Rubayo-Soneira
    Chem. Phys., doi :1016/j.chemphys.2011.07.022

    48— Normalization of the Gaussian binning trajectory method for indirect reactions
    L. Bonnet, P. Larrégaray, W. Arbelo-González, M. de Castro-Vítores
    Comp. Theo. Chem., (2012) 990, 30-35

    47— Recombination and chemical energy accommodation coefficientsfrom chemical dynamics simulations : O/O2 mixtures reacting overa β−cristobalite (001) surface
    V. Moron, P.Gamallo, L. Martin-Gondre, C. Crespos, P. Larregaray, R. Sayos
    Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys. doi : 10.1039/c1cp20828d

    46— Seccion eficaz Eley-Rideal en la recombinacion de nitrogeno en tungsteno(100)
    L. Barrios-Herrera, E. Quintas-Sánchez, L. Martin-Gondre, P. Larrégaray, C. Crespos, J. Rubayo-Soneira, J-C. Rayez
    Rev. Cub. Fis, (2011) Vol. 28, No. 1, Pag. 61-65

    45— The O(1D) + H2 (X1Σ+, v, j) -> OH(X2π, v’, j’) + H(2S) reaction at low collision energy : When a simple statistical description of the dynamics works.
    A. Rivero-Santamaria, J. Rubayo-Soneira, M.L. Gonzalez-Martinez, T. Gonzalez-Lezana, L. Bonnet and P. Larregaray
    Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys, (2011) 13, 8136

    44— Theoretical sensitivity of the C(3P)+OH(X2Π+)+H rate constant : the role of the long range potential
    M. jorfi, T. Stoecklin, B. Bussery-Honvault, P. Larregaray, P. Halvick and P. Honvault.
    J. Phys. Chem. A., (2010) 114 (28), pp 7494–7499

    43— Dinámica Eley-Rideal vs átomos-calientes en la recombinación de Nitrógeno sobre W(100).
    E. Quintas-Sanchez, L. Martin-Gondre, P. Larregaray, J. Rubayo-Soneira, J.-C. Rayez
    Rev. Cub. Fis., (2010), 27, No. 2B, 244-250

    42— [invited article] Strong geometric-phase effects in the hydrogen-exchange reaction at high collision energies : II. Quasiclassical trajectory analysis
    F. Bouakline, S. Althorpe, P. Larrégaray, L. Bonnet
    Mol. Phys. (2010), 108 ,969

    41— Dynamics simulation of N2 scattering onto W(100,110) surfaces : a stringent test for the recently developed global FPLEPS potential energy surface
    L. Martin-Gondre, C. Crespos, P. Larregaray, J.-C. Rayez, B. van Ootegem, D.Conte
    J. Chem. Phys. (2010), 132, 204501

    40— Quasi-classical statistico-dynamical description of polyatomic photo-dissociations : state-resolved distributions
    M. L. González-Martínez, L.Bonnet, P. Larrégaray and J.-C. Rayez
    Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys. (2010), 12, 115-122

    39— Detailed description of the flexible periodic London-Eyring-Polanyi-Sato potential energy surface
    L. Martin-Gondre, C. Crespos, P. Larregaray, J.-C. Rayez, B. van Ootegem, D.Conte,
    Chem. Phys. (2010), 367, 136-147

    38— Transition State Theory : A reaction dynamics tool applied to Gas-Surface Reactions (review)
    J.-C. Rayez, L. Bonnet, P. Larregaray, A. Perrier
    Mol. Sci. (2009), 3, A0029

    37— On the local relaxation of Solid Neon upon Rydberg excitation of a NO impurity : The role of NO(A)-Ne interaction potential and Zero-Point Quantum delocalization
    P. Pajon-Suarez, G. Rojas-Lorenzo, J. Rubayo Soneira, R. Hernandez-Lamoneda, P. Larregaray
    J. Phys. Chem. A (2009), 113, 14399

    36— On the statistical behaviour of the O+OH → H+O2 reaction : A comparison between quasiclassical trajectory, quantum scattering and statistical calculations.
    M. Jorfi, P. Honvault, P. Bargueno, T. Gonzalez-Lezana, P. Larregaray, L. Bonnet and P. Halvick
    J. Chem. Phys. (2009), 130, 184301

    35— Is the LEPS potential accurate enough to investigate the dissociation of diatomic molecules on surfaces ?
    L. Martin-Gondre, C. Crespos, P. Larregaray, J.-C. Rayez, B. van Ootegem, D.Conte
    Chem. Phys. Lett. (2009), 471, 136

    34— Transformation from angle-action to Cartesian coordinates for polyatomic reactions
    M. L. González-Martínez, L. Bonnet, P. Larregaray, J.-C. Rayez and J. Rubayo-Soneira
    J. Chem. Phys. (2009), 130, 114103

    33— Erratum :”A comparative study of the Si+O2→SiO+O reaction dynamics from quasiclassical trajectory and statistical based methods”
    F. Dayou, P. Larrégaray, L. Bonnet, J.-C. Rayez, P. Nilo Arenas, and T. González-Lezana
    J. Chem. Phys. (2009), 130, 049901

    32— Study of the H+O2 reaction by means of quantum mechanical and statistical approaches : the dynamics on two different potential energy surfaces
    P. Bargueño, T. González-Lezana, P. Larrégaray, L. Bonnet, J.-C. Rayez, M. Hankel, S. C. Smith, and A.J. H. M. Meijer
    J. Chem. Phys. (2008), 128, 244308

    31— Absorption and emission lineshapes and ultrafast solvation dynamics of NO in parahydrogen
    S.A. Egorov and P. Larrégaray,
    J. Chem. Phys. (2008), 128, 244502

    30— A comparative study of the Si+O2→SiO+O reaction dynamics from quasiclassical trajectory and statistical based methods
    F. Dayou, P. Larrégaray, L. Bonnet, J.-C. Rayez, P. Nilo Arenas, and T. González-Lezana,
    J. Chem. Phys. (2008), 128, 174307

    29— Mean potential phase space theory of chemical reactions
    P. Larrégaray, L. Bonnet, and J.-C. Rayez,
    J. Chem. Phys. (2007), 127, 084308

    28— On the theory of complex forming chemical reactions : effect of parity conservation on the polarization of differential cross-sections
    L. Bonnet, P. Larrégaray and J.-C. Rayez
    Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys. (2007), 9, 3228

    27— Classical treatment of molecular collisions : striking improvement of the description of recoil energy distributions using Gaussian weighted trajectories
    M. L. González-Martínez, L. Bonnet, P. Larregaray, J.-C. Rayez
    J. Chem. Phys. (2007), 126, 041102

    26— Time dependent wave packet and statistical calculations on the H+O2 reaction
    P. Bargueno, T. Gonzalez-Lezana, P. Larrégaray, L. Bonnet, J.-C Rayez
    Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys. (2007), 9, 1127-1137

    25— Cross sections and low temperature rate coefficients for the H+CH+ reaction : a quasiclassical trajectory study
    P. Halvick, T. Stoecklin, P. Larrégaray, L. Bonnet
    Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys. (2007), 9, 582-590

    24— Stereoselectivity as a probe of unexpected reaction pathways
    L. Bonnet, P. Larrégaray, B. Duguay, J.-C. Rayez, D.-C. Che, T. Kasai
    Bull. Jap. Chem. Soc. (2007), 80, 707

    23— Parity conservation and polarization of differential cross sections - “hot paper July 2006”
    L. Bonnet, P. Larrégaray, J.-C. Rayez, T.Gonzalez-Lezana
    Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys. (2006), 8, 3951

    22— The ultrafast structural response of solid para-Hydrogen : a complementary experimental/ simulation investigation “selected in the virtual journal of ultrafast science” http://www.vjultrafast.org
    L. Bonacina, P. Larrégaray, F. van Mourik, M. Chergui
    J. Chem. Phys. (2006), 125, 054507

    21— On the statistical nature of collision- and surface-induced dissociation : a theoretical investigation of aluminum clusters
    P. Larrégaray and G. H. Peslherbe
    J. Phys. Chem. A (2006), 110, 1658-1665

    20— Validity of semi-classical Phase Space Theory for atom-diatom insertion reactions
    P. Larrégaray, L. Bonnet, J.-C. Rayez
    J. Phys. Chem. A. (2006), 110, 1552-1560

    19— On the statisticodynamical approach of final state distributions in simple bond fissions
    L. Bonnet, P. Larrégaray and J.-C. Rayez
    Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys. (2005), 7, 3540

    18— The ultrafast lattice response of quantum solids to an impulsive local perturbation
    L. Bonacina, P. Larrégaray, F. van Mourik, M. Chergui
    Phys. Rev. Lett. (2005), 95, 015301

    17— Ultrafast solvent response upon a change of the solute size in non-polar supercritical fluids
    P. Larrégaray, A. Cavina, M. Chergui
    Chem. Phys. (2005), 308, 13

    16— Electronic solvation dynamics in non polar supercritical fluids
    P. Larrégaray, A. Cavina, M. Chergui,
    Femtochemistry and Femtobiology :
    Ultrafast Events in Molecular Science, Elsevier, p. 253 (2004)

    15— Statisticodynamical approach of state distributions in the products of four-atom planar unimolecular reactions. II. Validation and distribution shape analysis in the barrier case
    L. Bonnet, P. Larrégaray, J.-C. Rayez
    J. Chem. Phys. (2004), 120, 3679

    14— Statisticodynamical approach of state distributions in the products of four-atom planar unimolecular reactions. I. Formal developments for conserved vibrations
    L. Bonnet, P. Larrégaray, J.-C. Rayez
    J. Chem. Phys. (2004), 120, 3665

    13— On product state distributions in triatomic unimolecular : IV. Selfconsistency of a transition state theory based approach
    L. Bonnet, P. Larrégaray, J.-C. Rayez
    Chem. Phys. Lett. (2004), 383, 288

    12— A theoretical study on the reaction of elemental mercury with halogens and halogen oxides
    A. F. Khalizov, B. Viswanathan, P. Larrégaray, Parisa A. Ariya
    J. Phys. Chem. A (2003), 107, 6360-6365

    11— On product state distributions in triatomic unimolecular reactions : III. barrier processes with a path defined by bent geometries
    P. Larrégaray, L. Bonnet, J.-C. Rayez
    Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys. (2002). 4(10), 1781-1790

    10— On product state distributions in triatomic unimolecular reactions : II. processes governed by non linear bending forces
    P. Larrégaray, L. Bonnet, J.-C. Rayez
    Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys. (2002). 4(9), 1577-1580

    9— Modeling Reagent reorientation and tunneling in the activated exchange reaction N2D)+H2 → NH +H
    P. Larrégaray, L. Bonnet, J.-C. Rayez
    Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys (2002). 4(9), 1571-1576

    8— Transformation of CdS colloids : Sols, Gels and Precipitates
    T. Gacoin, K. Lahlil, P. Larrégaray, J.P. Boilot
    J. Phys. Chem. B (2001), 105 (42), 10228-10235.

    7— Rationale for reagent reorientation in the activated bimolecular reaction N(2D)+H2 : Beyond the ADLOC Model
    P. Larrégaray, L. Bonnet, J.-C. Rayez
    J. Chem. Phys (2001) 114, 9380

    6— On product state distributions in triatomic unimolecular reactions : Beyond phase space theory and the adiabatic assumption
    P. Larrégaray, L. Bonnet, J.-C. Rayez
    J. Chem. Phys (2001) 114, 3349


    - proceedings

    5— Contribution to the microscopic description of heterogeneous chemistry at the surface of thermal protection systems of re-entry vehicles
    C. Crespos, P. Larregaray, L. Martin, J.C. Rayez, E. Arquis, E. Conte, B. van Ootegem
    Proceedings of the 1st international ARA days, ARA, Arcachon 3-6 July 2006

    4— Improvements on catalycity determination by numerical and experimental crossing
    B. van Ootegem, D. Conte,P. Tran, P. Vervisch,Ph. Regnier, C. Crespos, P. Larregaray, L. Martin, J.C. Rayez
    Proceedings of the 5th European Workshop on thermal protection systems and hot structures, Noordwijk, The Netherlands, ESA SP -631, August 2006, ISBN 92-9092-942-1

    3— EADS-ST approach on catalycity determination/
    B. Van Ootegem, D. Conte, N. Sauvage, Ph. Tran, P. Vervisch, A. Desportes, P. Regnier, C. Crespos, P. Larrégaray, J.-C. Rayez, E. Arquis, N. Perron
    Proceedings of the 4th International Symposium on Atmosphéric Vehicles and Systems, Arcachon 21-23 March 2005, AAAF


    - divulgation

    2— VER/VEP Véhicules expérimentaux et d’exploration planétaire
    P. Larregaray, C. Crespos, J.-C. Rayez
    Bordeaux 1 recherche n°6, Avril 2007, Le Pôle AESE
    http://www.u-bordeaux1.fr/fileadmin...


    - Teaching Cooperation

    1— Colaboracion InSTEC-Francia. Una experiencia en la formacion de doctores
    Jesus Rubayo Soneira, Pascal Larregaray, Nadine Halberstadt
    Universidad 2014, 10-14 February 2014, La Habana, Cuba _ISBN 978-959-16-2255-6, INT037