Contact : David Aradilla
Rodrigo Newell has received an award by the Société Chimique de France (SCF - Subdivision Electrochimie) within the framework of his master project conducted at INAC/SyMMES/STEP under the supervision of Dr. Aradilla. The prize is a recognition for his work dealing with the development ... More »
Contact : Stefano Mossa
Veerapandian Ponnuchamy, Ioannis Skarmoutsos, Stefano Mossa - INAC/SYMMES Valentina Vetere - LITEN/DEHT The electrolyte is a crucial component of a Lithium-ion battery. On one side, it affects the rate of the energy release, by controlling the mass transport properties within the cell. It ... More »
Contact : David ARADILLA
Within the framework of the NEST (Nanowires for Energy STorage) european project (2012 -2016, no. 309143) two teams from INAC (SyMMES/PCI and PhELIQS/SiNAPS), in a tight collaboration with an industrial company (IOLITEC, Heilbronn, Germany) and a technological center (FHG, Freiburg, Germany), have ... More »
Contact : Stefano Mossa
Confinement at the nano-scale and interaction with interfaces profoundly alter structure and dynamics of water. Grasping the true nature of these modifications at the molecular level is crucial, in contexts as diverse as biology or materials science. In particular, these phenomena are everywhere in ... More »
Contact : Stefano Mossa
Control of heat transport at the nanoscale is crucial for many technologies, including thermoelectricity. We have demonstrated by computer simulation of a toy model, that it is possible to design highly ordered systems with thermal conductivities lower than those of completely disordered structures ... More »
Contact : David Aradilla
Over the past years the rapid and growing demand of miniaturized electronic devices, such as medical implants (neurotransmitters), micro-sensors or micro-mechanical systems, has triggered intensive investigations in the research of new on-chip energy storage units for their integration into such ... More »
Contact : Dmitry Aldakov
Jinhyung Park, a postdoc fellow working at SPrAM/LEMOH and funded by the ANR grant QuePhelec", has been awarded the NanoART monthly prize in February 2015.   NanoART is a Nano Imagery contest sponsored by nRai® and OCSiAl, and organized in Grenoble by the ... More »
Contact : Dorian Gaboriau
The 2014 NanoArt winner is Dorian Gaboriau, a PhD student working at SPrAM/LEMOH and SP2M/SiNaPS and co-funded by DGA and CEA. He was first awarded the monthly prize in October 2014.   NanoART is a Nano Imagery contest sponsored ... More »
Contact : Peter Reiss
Louis Vaure, a PhD student working at SPrAM/LEMOH and co-funded by CEA and DGA, has been awarded the NanoART monthly prize in December 2014.   NanoART is a Nano Imagery contest sponsored by nRai® and organized in Grenoble by the Nanoscience ... More »
Synchrotron experiments allowed for a unique diagnosis of the heterogeneous physical degradation of fuel cell polymer membranes aged for 2500 hours in a real stack. The 3D mapping of the nanostructure is an efficient non-intrusive tool to assess the nature, localisation and degree of ageing, ... More »
Contact : Dorian Gaboriau
Dorian Gaboriau, a PhD student working at SPrAM/LEMOH and SP2M/SiNaPS and co-funded by DGA and CEA, has been awarded the NanoART monthly prize in October 2014.   NanoART is a Nano Imagery contest sponsored by nRai®, and organized in Grenoble by the ... More »
Contact : Damien JOLY
Damien JOLY, post-doct at SPrAM/LEMOH, has been awarded with the best poster prize in the DSSC categories at HOPV-14.   This conference was held at Lausanne in Switzerland in May with more than 660 participants. The best poster prize was awarded to Damien by professor Michael ... More »
Contact : Stefano Mossa
Performances of the membrane-electrode assembly in polymer electrolyte fuel cells strongly depend on the features of the catalyst layer. This is a complex interface region which forms during the fabrication process, when the ionomer mixes with carbon supported platinum nanoparticles, ... More »
The article entitled: "Amorphous Zinc Stannate (Zn2SnO4) Nanofibers Networks as photoelectrodes for Organic Dye-Sensitized Solar Cells", signed by the SPrAM, the SCIB and two Korean laboratories is published as front cover of the latest issue of Advanced Functional ... More »
Contact : Saïd Sadki
A dense forest of nanotrees is the secret for an "ideal" electrodes surface in silicon supercapacitors, as DSM researchers demonstrated using long and highly-doped silicon nanowires. With this technology, components capable of delivering a surge of power within a few seconds could be ... More »
Contact : Peter Reiss
Aurélie Lefrançois, PhD student at the laboratory of molecular, organic and hybrid electronics of SPrAM, is one of the 25 winners of the l'Oréal-Unesco 2012 fellowships for women in science. The award recognizes his work on the synthesis of new semiconductor nanocrystals ... More »
In the same way that electronic noses are able to analyze gas (odors), electronic tongues are dedicated to analyses of samples in liquid with increasing applications in various domains including food and beverage industries, environment, and biomedicine.  Inspired by the physiological ... More »
Contact : Gérard Gebel
Understanding and controlling the aging of the proton-conducting Nafion® membrane is one of the key points for the development of fuel cells. In collaboration with the LITEN and ENSAM Paris, we have shown that the mechanism of hygrothermal aging, previously observed ex situ with a nude ... More »


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