Nanochemistry, organization and sensors (Team T)

LCC

Overview

 

“Nanochemistry, organization and sensors” develops synthetic methodologies to prepare and organize complex nano-objets, perfectly designed for use in specific devices. The integration of nanocrystals into applications necesitates a mastery of synthetic conditions and knowledge of their chemical and physical properties. Material performance depends upon these characteristics.

Members of the team

AllManagerPermanent staffTemporary staff
Directrice de recherche CNRS

KAHN Myrtil

PhD student

AUSSONNE Alexis

CARNIDE Guillaume
Post-doctorant

CARNIDE Guillaume

CAZOT Clément
Student

CAZOT Clément

Etudiante

CHERAIR Siheme

Student

CORNETTE Hippolyte

EL ATTI Ons
PhD student

EL ATTI Ons

Maître de conférences

FAJERWERG Katia

FERON Michel
PhD student

FERON Michel

GASSO-GELLY Salomé
Master 2

GASSO-GELLY Salomé

Doctorante

GIRARDEAU Adèle

Fixed-term contract

HAMMOUD Leila

Fixed-term contract

HERNANDEZ GARCIA Marta

PhD student

IRLE BELMONT Jean

ITA

JACOB Kane

Fixed-term contract

JAKOOBI Martin

PhD student

KLEIN Héliam

Fixed-term contract

LIU Chengyu

MICHON Zoe
Student

MICHON Zoe

Master 2

NEJMEDDINE Dounia

Doctorante

ORLANDI Veronica

PARES Lauriane
Student

PARES Lauriane

PhD student

ROUBERT Dimitri

Master 2

SERBAT Margaux

SHAO Zhigang
PhD student

SHAO Zhigang

Master 2

SHEKHAWAT Vibhooti

Master 2

YAKUBU Hamza

Directrice de recherche CNRS

KAHN Myrtil

Email:myrtil.kahn(at)lcc-toulouse.fr

Téléphone:05.61.33.31.30

Bureau:B211

Equipe:T

PhD student

AUSSONNE Alexis

Material chemist drom the engineering school Sigma-Clermont, Alexis Aussonne is also graduated with a master’s degree in materials from the Université Clermont d’Auvergne. With competences earned on preparation and characterization of ingnifugated blends, adhésive polymers and hybrid sol-gel materials he joined the Laboratoire de Chimie de Coordination for a PhD on the preparation of nano-composites coatings by a plasma process joint with a pulsed injection of nanoparticules obtained via an organometallic route, thesis co-supervised by R. Clergereaux (LAPLACE, Toulouse) and financed by DGA and SAFRAN.

Email:Alexis.Aussonne(at)lcc-toulouse.fr

Phone:05.61.33.31.85 / 05.61.33.31.45

Office:B217/B209

Team:T

Post-doctorant

CARNIDE Guillaume

During his PhD co-directed by M. Kahn (LCC) and R. Clergereaux (LAPLACE) and completed in November 2019, Guillaume Carnide developed a nanoparticle synthesis and injection process (reactor-injector) coupled with a plasma process. The study and control of this process enabled the formation of hydrophobic and scratch-resistant multifunctional coatings. He subsequently extended this process to various industrial applications: anti-icing coatings (Freezing project in collaboration with IRT Saint-Exupéry), antibacterial coatings (Franco-German ANR). He is currently involved in a France Relance project with SAFRAN to set up a platform for technology transfer of this process.

Email:guillaume.carnide(at)lcc-toulouse.fr

Phone:05.61.33.31.22

Office:B207

Team:T

Student

CAZOT Clément

Email:clement.cazot(at)lcc-toulouse.fr

Phone:05.61.33.31.30

Office:B211

Team:T

Etudiante

CHERAIR Siheme

Email:siheme.cherair(at)lcc-toulouse.fr.

Téléphone:05.61.33.31.30

Bureau:B217

Equipe:T

Student

CORNETTE Hippolyte

Email:hippolyte.cornette(at)lcc-toulouse.fr

Phone:05.61.33.31.30

Office:B211

Team:T

PhD student

EL ATTI Ons

Ons El Atti graduated from Le Mans Université in 2021 with a Master’s degree in Organic Synthesis and Methodologies. She completed her internship at ICGM, Montpellier, under the supervision of Dr Armelle Ouali, working on lignin catalysis using catalysts grafted onto iron and cobalt NPs. In October 2021, she joined the Coordination Chemistry Laboratory and Myrtil L. Kahn’s team for her PhD. The goal of the thesis is to bring solutions to air depollution from nitrogen oxides (NOx) thanks to photocatalytic materials associated to mesoporous silica supports, and development and the evaluation of NOx abatement levels by specific MOS gas sensors (metal oxide semiconductors).

Email:ons.elatti(at)lcc-toulouse.fr

Phone:05.61.33.31.47

Office:B213

Team:T

Maître de conférences

FAJERWERG Katia

Email:katia.fajerwerg(at)lcc-toulouse.fr

Téléphone:05.61.33.31.81

Bureau:B213

Equipe:T

PhD student

FERON Michel

Michel Feron obtained a master degree in Dijon, based on organometallic chemistry and the role of transition metals. He follows his formation with a thesis based on the development of technologies related to nanoparticles mixing organic chemistry of ligands, inorganic chemistry of nanoparticles and plasma physics. This thesis is a partnership between the LCC and the Laplace laboratory, supervised respectively by Myrtil Kahn and Richard Clergereaux.

Email:michel.feron(at)lcc-toulouse.fr

Phone:05.61.33.31.45

Office:B209

Team:T

Master 2

GASSO-GELLY Salomé

Email:salome.gasso-gelly(at)lcc-toulouse.fr

Téléphone:05.61.33.31.81

Bureau:B213

Equipe:T/N

Doctorante

GIRARDEAU Adèle

Adèle Girardeau obtained her engineering degree from Polytech Orléans (Génie Physique et Systèmes Embarqués – GPSE) and her degree in physics (PHYsique Fondamentale et Appliquée – PhyFA) from the University of Orléans in 2020. Since the end of 2020, she has been working on a thesis at LCC and Laplace in partnership with Safran with the topic of forming innovative coatings for aeronautics, under the supervision of Myrtil Kahn (LCC), Richard Clergereaux (Laplace) and M. Cavarroc (SAFRAN Tech.).

Email:adele.girardeau(at)lcc-toulouse.fr

Phone:05.61.33.31.45

Office:B209

Team:T

Fixed-term contract

HAMMOUD Leila

Email:leila.hammoud(at)lcc-toulouse.fr

Phone:05.61.33.31.30 et 05.61.33.31.44

Office:B211/B119

Team:T et N

Fixed-term contract

HERNANDEZ GARCIA Marta

Email:marta.hernandezgarcia(at)lcc-toulouse.fr

Phone:05.61.33.31.45

Office:B209

Team:T

PhD student

IRLE BELMONT Jean

Jean Irle-Belmont holds a DUT in material chemistry from the University of Auvergne, as well as two master degrees (one in organic chemistry from the Paul Sabatier University in Toulouse and the other in material chemistry from the University of Montpellier). Guided by his commitment to sustainable development, Jean Irle-Belmont joined the Laboratoire de Chimie de Coordination for a PhD on the synthesis of bimetallic nanoparticles as efficient catalysts for the storage/production of dihydrogen as a viable energy carrier.

Email:jean.irlebelmont(at)lcc-toulouse.fr

Phone:05.61.33.31.85

Office:B217

Team:T

ITA

JACOB Kane

Equipe P Equipe T

Titulaire d’une licence professionnelle de chimie, Kane Jacob  est Assistant Ingénieur dans deux équipes de recherche dirigées par Azzedine Boussekssou et Myrtil Kahn. Il est également Agent de Prévention du LCC.

Domaines d’expertise : Synthèse sous atmosphère inerte, mise en forme de nanoparticules, microscopie électronique, Prévention et Sécurité.

Email:kane.jacob(at)lcc-toulouse.fr

Téléphone:05.61.33.31.39

Bureau:B127

Equipe:P et T

Fixed-term contract

JAKOOBI Martin

Martin Jakoobi studied organometallic chemistry at the University of Liverpool, where he defended his PhD thesis at the end of 2018 on the development of aromatic C-C bond cleavage reaction in iridium complexes. After that he joined the group of C. Thieuleux and C. Camp at CPE Lyon to expand his skills from stoichiometric chemistry to catalytic applications. During this two-year postdoctoral position, he helped to develop industrially relevant alkene hydrosilylation reaction catalysed by cheap and abundant Co complexes and Co nanoparticles (NPs). Since spring 2021, he has been working in Dr. Kahn’s group at LCC to gain further knowledge about the control of size and shape of NPs, to develop suitable early transition metal precursors for NP synthesis, and to expand his expertise to solid-state NMR.

Email:martin.jakoobi(at)lcc-toulouse.fr

Phone:05.61.33.32.12

Office:B120

Team:T

PhD student

KLEIN Héliam

After completing a Master’s degree in Materials Science and Engineering – Materials: Elaboration, Characterization and Surface Treatment, at the University of Toulouse III – Paul Sabatier in 2022, Héliam joined the Laboratoire de Chimie de Coordination for his PhD. His work is part of the multidisciplinary StoHyc project, aimed at developing new types of innovative nanocomposite materials for solid-state hydrogen storage based on amine-boranes. This project is conducted in collaboration with Luc Staffort (UdM), Richard Clergereaux (LAPLACE) and J.-C. Hierso (ICMUB, Dijon).

Email:Heliam.Klein(at)lcc-toulouse.fr

Phone:05.61.33.31.22

Office:B207

Team:T

Fixed-term contract

LIU Chengyu

Email:chengyu.liu(at)lcc-toulouse.fr

Phone:05.61.33.31.30

Office:B217

Team:T

Student

MICHON Zoe

Email:zoe.michon(at)lcc-toulouse.fr

Phone:05.61.33.31.85

Office:B217

Team:T

Master 2

NEJMEDDINE Dounia

Email:dounia.nejmeddine(at)lcc-toulouse.fr

Phone:05.61.33.31.30

Office:B211

Team:T

Doctorante

ORLANDI Veronica

Email:veronica.orlandi(at)lcc-toulouse.fr

Téléphone:05.61.33.31.30

Bureau:B211

Equipe:T

Student

PARES Lauriane

Email:lauriane.pares(at)lcc-toulouse.fr

Phone:05.61.33.31.85

Office:B217

Team:T

PhD student

ROUBERT Dimitri

Dimitri ROUBERT obtained his Master’s degree in Chemistry in 2018 from Université Paris-Sud (France), now Université Paris-Saclay. He is currently in a cotutelle PhD program between the Laboratoire de Chimie de coordination (LCC, Toulouse) and the Université de Montréal (UdeM, Canada) under the supervision of Drs. Myrtil L. Kahn (LCC) and Davit Zargarian (UdeM). His thesis work focused on understanding the nucleation and growth phenomena of nickel nanoparticles synthesized using an organometallic approach.

Email:dimitri.roubert(at)lcc-toulouse.fr

Phone:05.61.33.31.30

Office:B211

Team:T

Master 2

SERBAT Margaux

Email:margaux.serbat(at)lcc-toulouse.fr

Phone:05.61.33.31.30

Office:B211

Team:T

PhD student

SHAO Zhigang

Zhigang Shao holds his master’s degree in Materials Science and Engineering from Zhengzhou university in 2021. Since 10/2021, he joined the Laboratoire de Chimie de Coordination for a PhD on the fabrication of semiconductor nano-objects for gas sensors with high sensitivity and selectivity.

Email:zhigang.shao(at)lcc-toulouse.fr

Phone:05.61.33.31.41

Office:B203

Team:T

Master 2

SHEKHAWAT Vibhooti

Email:vibhooti.shekhawat(at)lcc-toulouse.fr

Téléphone:05.61.33.31.45

Bureau:B209

Equipe:T

Master 2

YAKUBU Hamza

Email:hamza.yakubu(at)lcc-toulouse.fr

Téléphone:05.61.33.31.00

Bureau:B209

Equipe:T

Publications

2024

Simple elaboration of drug-SPION nanocapsules (hybridosomes®) by solvent shifting: Effect of the drug molecular structure and concentration
Iglicki D., Kahn M. L., Goubault C., Blot M., Jarry U., Pedeux R., Le Guével R., Chevance S., Gauffre F.
International Journal of Pharmaceutics 2024, 649, 123645/1-10.
https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ijpharm.2023.123645
https://hal.science/hal-04328696

2023

Effect of oxygen poisoning on the bidirectional hydrogen electrocatalysis in TaS2 nanosheets
Ghorbani Shiraz H., Ullah Khan Z., Péré D., Liu X., Coppel Y., Fahlman M., Vagin M., Chmielowski R., Kahn M. L., Berggren M., Crispin X.
The Journal of Physical Chemistry C 2023, 127(12), 5825-5832.
https://doi.org/10.1021/acs.jpcc.3c00825
https://hal.science/hal-04342072

From organometallic chemistry to multifunctional nanoparticle-based devices for gas detection and degradation of air pollutants
Jakoobi M., Fajerwerg K., Kahn M. L.
Proceedings 2023, 92(1), 42/1-2.
https://doi.org/10.3390/proceedings2023092042
https://hal.science/hal-04304424

Ultra-high-field 67Zn and 33S NMR studies coupled with DFT calculations reveal the structure of ZnS nanoplatelets prepared by an organometallic approach
Bellan E. V., Maleki F., Jakoobi M., Fau P., Fajerwerg K., Lagarde D., Balocchi A., Lecante P., Trébosc J., Xu Y., Gan Z., Pautrot-d’Alençon L., Le Mercier T., Nagashima H., Pacchioni G., Lafon O., Coppel Y., Kahn M. L.
The Journal of Physical Chemistry C 2023, 127(36), 17809-17819.
https://doi.org/10.1021/acs.jpcc.3c02754
https://hal.science/hal-04271597

Gas sensing properties of CuWO4@WO3 n-n heterojunction prepared by direct hydrolysis of mesitylcopper (I) on WO3•2H2O nanoleaves
Jońca J., Castello-Lux K., Fajerwerg K., Kahn M. L., Collière V., Menini P., Sówka I., Fau P.
Chemosensors 2023, 11(9), 495/1-21.
https://doi.org/10.3390/chemosensors11090495
https://hal.science/hal-04271459

Comparison of photocatalytic biocidal activity of TiO2, ZnO and Au/ZnO on Escherichia coli and on Aspergillus niger under light intensity close to real-life conditions
Al Hallak M., Verdier T., Bertron A., Castelló Lux K., El Atti O., Fajerwerg K., Fau P., Hot J., Roques C., Bailly J.-D.
Catalysts 2023, 13(7), 1139/1-15.
https://doi.org/10.3390/catal13071139
https://hal.science/hal-04175329

Gelation mechanism revealed in organometallic gels: Prevalence of van der Waals interactions on oligomerization by coordination chemistry
Wang Y., Coppel Y., Fitremann J., Massou S., Mingotaud C., Kahn M. L.
ChemPhysChem 2023, 24(14), e202300077/1-7.
https://doi.org/10.1002/cphc.202300077
https://hal.science/hal-04123076

Direct liquid reactor-injector of nanoparticles: A safer-by-design aerosol injection for nanocomposite thin-film deposition adapted to various plasma-assisted processes
Carnide G., Cacot L., Champouret Y., Pozsgay V., Verdier T., Girardeau A., Cavarroc M., Sarkissian A., Mingotaud A.-F., Vahlas C., Kahn M. L., Naudé N., Stafford L., Clergereaux R.
Coatings 2023, 13(3), 630/1-18.
https://doi.org/10.3390/coatings13030630
https://hal.science/hal-04065604

Soft polymerization of hexamethyldisiloxane by coupling pulsed direct-liquid injections with dielectric barrier discharge
Cacot L., Carnide G., Kahn M. L., Naudé N., Stafford L., Clergereaux R.
Plasma Processes and Polymers 2023, 20(3), e2200165/1-12.
https://doi.org/10.1002/ppap.202200165
https://hal.science/hal-03920019

Nano-gold decorated ZnO: An alternative photocatalyst promising for NOx degradation
Castelló Lux K., Hot J., Fau P., Bertron A., Kahn M. L., Ringot E., Fajerwerg K.
Chemical Engineering Science 2023, 267, 118377/1-14.
https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ces.2022.118377
https://hal.science/hal-03965157

Secured nanosynthesis–deposition aerosol process for composite thin films incorporating highly dispersed nanoparticles
Carnide G., Champouret Y., Valappil D., Vahlas C., Mingotaud A.-F., Clergereaux R., Kahn M. L.
Advanced Science 2023, 10(5), 2204929/1-8.
https://doi.org/10.1002/advs.202204929
https://hal.science/hal-03919672

2022

Time-resolved analysis of the electron temperature in RF magnetron discharges with a pulsed gas injection
Sadek T., Vinchon P., Durocher-Jean A., Carnide G., Kahn M. L., Clergereaux R., Stafford L.
Atoms 2022, 10(4), 147/1-12.
https://doi.org/10.3390/atoms10040147
https://hal.science/hal-03920053

Towards selective and sensitive detection of carbon monoxide with CuO/ZnO heterojunction nanocomposite prepared by an organometallic approach
Jońca J., Fajerwerg K., Kahn M. L., Menini P., Sówka I., Fau P.
Sensors & Transducers Journal 2022, 259(5), 99-108.
http://www.sensorsportal.com/HTML/DIGEST/P_3286.htm
https://hal.science/hal-03991893

Nano-structuration of WO3 nanoleaves by localized hydrolysis of an organometallic Zn precursor: Application to photocatalytic NO2 abatement
Castello Lux K., Fajerwerg K., Hot J., Ringot E., Bertron A., Collière V., Kahn M. L., Loridant S., Coppel Y., Fau P.
Nanomaterials 2022, 12(24), 4360/1-20.
https://doi.org/10.3390/nano12244360
https://hal.science/hal-03965121

Kinetics driving thin-film deposition in dielectric barrier discharges using a direct liquid injector operated in a pulsed regime
Cacot L., Carnide G., Kahn M. L., Clergereaux R., Naudé N., Stafford L.
Journal of Physics D: Applied Physics 2022, 55(47), 475202/1-13.
https://doi.org/10.1088/1361-6463/ac94de
https://hal.science/hal-03798942v1

3R-TaS2 as an intercalation-dependent electrified interface for hydrogen reduction and oxidation reactions
Ghorbani Shiraz H., Ullah Khan Z., Péré D., Liu X., Coppel Y., Fahlman M., Berggren M., Chmielowski R., Kahn M. L., Vagin M., Crispin X.
The Journal of Physical Chemistry C 2022, 126(40), 17056-17065.
https://doi.org/10.1021/acs.jpcc.2c04290
https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/hal-03877013

Influence of pulsed gas injections on the stability of Townsend dielectric barrier discharges in nitrogen at atmospheric pressure
Cacot L., Carnide G., Kahn M. L., Caquineau H., Clergereaux R., Naudé N., Stafford L.
Journal of Physics D: Applied Physics 2022, 55(44), 445204/1-15.
http://dx.doi.org/10.1088/1361-6463/ac8e78
https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/hal-03775840

High recyclability magnetic iron oxide-supported ruthenium nanocatalyst for H2 release from ammonia-borane solvolysis
Poinsot D., Bouzid M., Burlot A., Mboyi C. D., Doulain P.-E., Paris J., Heintz O., Domenichini B., Collière V., Kahn M. L., Hierso J.-C.
ChemNanoMat 2022, 8(9), e202200285/1-8.
https://doi.org/10.1002/cnma.202200285
https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/hal-03728542

Grafting copper atoms and nanoparticles on double-walled carbon nanotubes: Application to catalytic synthesis of propargylamine
Mesguich D., Moumaneix L., Henri V., Legnani M., Collière V., Esvan J., Ouali A., Fau P.
Langmuir 2022, 38(28), 8545–8554.
https://doi.org/10.1021/acs.langmuir.2c00771
https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/hal-03727534

Coordination of ethylamine on small silver clusters: Structural and topological (ELF, QTAIM) analyses
Lacaze-Dufaure C., Bulteau Y., Tarrat N., Loffreda D., Fau P., Fajerwerg K., Kahn M. L., Rabilloud F., Lepetit C.
Inorganic Chemistry 2022, 61(19), 7274–7285.
https://doi.org/10.1021/acs.inorgchem.1c03870
https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/hal-03656554

Radiosensitizing Fe-Au nanocapsules (hybridosomes®) increase survival of GL261 brain tumor-bearing mice treated by radiotherapy
Goubault C., Jarry U., Bostoën M., Éliat P.-A., Kahn M. L., Pedeux R., Guillaudeux T., Gauffre F., Chevance S.
Nanomedicine: Nanotechnology, Biology and Medicine 2022, 40, 102499/1-12.
https://doi.org/10.1016/j.nano.2021.102499
https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/hal-03467680

2021

Mechanistic insights into the anisotropic growth of ZnO nanoparticles deciphered through 2D size plots and multivariate analysis
Zhao Z., Wang Y., Delmas C., Mingotaud C., Marty J.-D., Kahn M. L.
Nanoscale Advances 2021, 3(23), 6696-6703.
http://dx.doi.org/10.1039/D1NA00591J
https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/hal-03400345

Anisotropic growth of ZnO nanoparticles driven by the structure of amine surfactants: the role of surface dynamics in nanocrystal growth
Wang Y., Coppel Y., Lepetit C., Marty J.-D., Mingotaud C., Kahn M. L.
Nanoscale Advances 2021, 3(21), 6088-6099.
http://dx.doi.org/10.1039/D1NA00566A
https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/hal-03353368

Direct access to palladium(II) complexes based on anionic C,C,C-phosphonium ylide core pincer ligand
Taakili R., Barthes C., Lepetit C., Duhayon C., Valyaev D. A., Canac Y.
Inorganic Chemistry 2021, 60(16), 12116-12128.
https://doi.org/10.1021/acs.inorgchem.1c01316
https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/hal-03357270

Nanocatalysts for high selectivity enyne cyclization: Oxidative surface reorganization of gold sub-2-nm nanoparticle networks
Nasrallah H. O., Min Y., Lerayer E., Nguyen T.-A., Poinsot D., Roger J., Brandès S., Heintz O., Roblin P., Jolibois F., Poteau R., Coppel Y., Kahn M. L., Gerber I. C., Axet M. R., Serp P., Hierso J.-C.
JACS Au 2021, 1(2), 187-200.
https://doi.org/10.1021/jacsau.0c00062
https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/hal-03129914

The hydrogen-storage challenge: Nanoparticles for metal-catalyzed ammonia borane dehydrogenation
Mboyi C. D., Poinsot D., Roger J., Fajerwerg K., Kahn M. L., Hierso J.-C.
Small 2021, 17(44), 2102759/1-60.
https://doi.org/10.1002/smll.202102759
https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/hal-03359543

QTAIM and ELF topological analyses of zinc-amido complexes
Lepetit C., Kahn M. L.
Research on Chemical Intermediates 2021, 47(1), 377-395.
https://doi.org/10.1007/s11164-020-04328-z
https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/hal-03203972

Effect of nanoparticles on spontaneous Ouzo emulsification
Goubault C., Iglicki D., Swain R. A., McVey B. F. P., Lefeuvre B., Rault L., Nayral C., Delpech F., Kahn M. L., Chevance S., Gauffre F.
Journal of Colloid and Interface Science 2021, 603, 572-581.
https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jcis.2021.06.104
https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/hal-03282820

Gender Parity and Non-Discriminatory Evaluation at CNRS (Parité et évaluation non-discriminatoire au CNRS)
Jalowiecki-Duhamel L., Guesmi H., Guillemoles J.-F., Kahn M. L., Nava P., Ozanam F., Quadrelli E. A., Travert A.
[Rapport technique], Comité Parité, Section 14, Comité National de la Recherche Scientifique CoNRS (mandature 2016-2021). 2021
https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/hal-03311372

Partnerships

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Académiques nationaux :
CIRIMAT
ICMUB
ICR
ILM
IMRCP
LAAS
LAPLACE
LCA
LCPO
LCT
LHFA
LMDC
LPCNO
MONARIS

Académiques internationaux :
LIST
Université de Montréal
UT Dallas

Industriels :
Kemstream
LRVision
SAFRAN Tech
SOLVAY
Oerlikon

Funding

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21- PEPR POWER CO2 (2022-2024)

20- CNES (2022-2025)

19- ANR ASTRID “REVELATION” (2022-2025).

18- ANR “IVAN” (2022-2025)

17- DGA-Safran Tech (2022-2025)

16- Défi H2, StoHyC (2022-2025)

15- France-Relance (action n°4, 2022-2023)

14- Solvay 2021-2022

13- Projet UFTMiP ATI : DPOLLAIR 2021-2024

12-Projet Graine FEDER/Région : Photoinnov’R  2019-2022

11- Projet ANR “LuMINA”2021-2024

10- Projet “RIA” Région-SAFRAN 2020-2023

9- Projet “RIF” FUI 2019-2022

8-Projet “FREEzING” contrat collaboratif IRT St Exupéry 2019-2020

7-Projet NeOCampus UPS/Région 2015-

6-Projet “MUSE” chaire d’attractivité UPS 2016-2020

5-Projet “Nano-catalyseur” pré-maturation du CNRS 2016-2017

4-Projet “MIACTIS” Contrat RTRA STAE Toulouse 2013-2016

3-Projet “VIMA” Contrat RTRA STAE Toulouse 2013-2016

2-Projet “Object’s World” contrat I.S.I. (Innovation Stratégique Industrielle) 2012-2015)

1-Projet ANR “AMOS” 09/2011 à 09/2014

Alumnae

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Dr Yinping WANG
Elle a obtenu son doctorat en 2022. Elle a travaillé sur les matériaux hybrides

Dr. Maxime PUYO
Maxime a obtenu son doctorat en 2019. Il a travaillé sur les capteurs électrochimiques environnementaux. Il est actuellement en Post-Doc au CIRIMAT depuis 2020

Dr. Ségolène PALUSSIERE
Ségolène a obtenu son doctorat en 2019. Elle a travaillé sur les nanoparticules d’oxyde de cuivre. Elle est ingénieur de recherche CDI à l’ONERA Palaiseau depuis mai 2021

Dr. Guillaume CARNIDE
Guillaume a obtenu son doctorat en 2019. Il a travaillé sur le traitement de surface et les applications aéronautiques. Il est actuellement Post-Doc dans l’équipe

Dr. Zhihua ZHAO
Zhihua a obtenu son doctorat intitulé « Systèmes hybrides: de la nanoparticule aux gels » en 2017. Il est chercheur à la Henan University of Technology à Zhengzhou en Chine

Dr. Zhiqin ZHENG
Zhiqin ZHENG a obtenu son doctorat intitulé « Growth Control and Colloidal Stability of ZnO Nanoparticles Obtained by Organometallic Method » en 2017. Il est chercheur à la Southwest University of Science and Technology à Mianyang en Chine

Dr. Gérald CASTEROU
Gérald a obtenu son doctorat en 2015. Il a travaillé sur l’optimisation des propriétés de nanoparticules d’oxydes de fer: synthèse, formation d’agrégats et d’hybrides. Il est en poste CDI chez Air Liquide

Dr. Jérémy CURE
Jérémy a obtenu son doctorat en 2015. Il a travaillé sur les couches conductrices par voie organométallique pour les dispositifs 3D en microélectronique. Il est « Scientific Projet Leader » chez Capgemini

Dr. Anass DAZZAZI
Anass a obtenu son doctorat intitulé « Synthèses et caractérisations de nanoparticules d’oxydes métalliques par voie organométallique : vers des applications biomédicales » en 2013. Il est enseignant dans le secondaire à Rabat

Dr. Kilian PIETTRE
Kilian a obtenu son doctorat intitulé « Procédé de dépôt de couche barrière/d’adhésion et de cuivre dans des structures 3D pour application microélectronique » en 2012. Il est « Lead Scientist » chez Borealis (Autriche)

Dr. Sarmenio SALIBA
Sarmenio a obtenu son doctorat intitulé « Thermotropic and Lyotropic Liquid Crystals for the Formation of Zinc Oxide Nanohybrids » en 2011. Il est chercheur au centre R&D d’IBM à Zürich

Dr. Javier RUBIO-GARCIA
Javier RUBIO-GARCIA a obtenu son doctorat intitulé « Strategies to yield water dispersible ZnO NPs synthesized by an organometallic approach » en 2011

Dr. Léna SAINT-MACARY
Léna a obtenu son doctorat intitulé « Synthèse, mise en forme de caractérisation de matériaux à base de nanoparticules d’oxyde de zinc pour la réalisation de varistances intégrées » en 2008. Elle est en poste CDI à la SATT Grand Centre.

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