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Laboratoire d'Innovation en Chimie des Surfaces et Nanosciences (LICSEN)
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Chemical Functionnalization of Surfaces

Mechanisms of surface and nanomaterial modifications

Application-oriented surface modifications :


Polymer metallization 

the SEEP process

Substitution of Cr(VI)

Adhesion primers

Antibacterial surfaces

Surfaces for water depollution


Chemistry of Nanomaterials

- bottom-up synthesis of graphene quantum dots

- Fonctionnalization of carbon nanotubes, fullerenes, graphene

- Synthesis and manipulation of graphene oxide (GO)

Graphene oxide (GO) local reduction and electrochemical functinnalization




Catalysis & Photo-catalysis for Energy

Proton exchange membrane fuel cell and Electrolyzer :

- Bio-inspired catalysts for hydrogen evolution and uptake,

- Oxygen reduction reaction : Bio-inspired catalysts, N-enriched carbon Nanotubes, Non-noble metal catalysts

- Membranes

PhotoElectroChemical cells :

- OPVs coupled to MoS3 hydrogen evolution catalyst

Chemistry for batteries :

- new materials for Li-S batteries


Innovative Technologies for Biology and Healthcare

Biosensors :

- Optical, mechanical and electrochemical biosensors

Surface chemistry for biology and healthcare :

- Antimicrobial surfaces, Photo-antimicrobial surfaces

- Cell antiproliferative Surfaces for ophtalmic implants (with BioWintTech)

- Biosurfaces for nuclear decontamination

- Surfaces chemistries for biochips and biosensors

- Biomimetic surfaces by supramolecular assemblies

- Modified biopolymers

Drug delivery :

- Passive and porous drug delivery systems

- Irradiation induced drug delivery systems (Nano-objets polymères et hybrides sous irradiation)

Micro/Millifluidics for biology and healthcare :

- Lab-on-papers, Micro/Millifluidics by printing technologies


Organic & Molecular Electronics

Organic Electronics


OPVs, , Hybrid SiNWs / polymers solar cells, Perovskite-based solar cells

- Organic spintronics (see also the latest result here)

- Organic nano-dielectrics

- Organic memories 

Circuits with learning capabilities & memristors

Nanoelectronics :

- Flexible RF electronics based on graphene, CNTs and MoS2,

- CNT-based optoelectronics

Printed electronics

Recent results reported as "Fait Marquant" by the IRAMIS Institute (see the full list here)


Bistabilité magnétique de molécules individuelles sur surface ferrimagnétique (Dec. 2016)

Engineering the magnetic coupling and anisotropy at the molecule–magnetic surface interface in molecular spintronic devices,
V. Campbell, M. Tonelli, I. Cimatti, J.-B. Moussy, L. Tortech, Y. J. Dappe, E. Rivière, R. Guillot, S. Delprat, R. Mattana, P. Seneor, P. Ohresser, F. Choueikani, E. Otero, F. Koprowiak, V. Gopal C.hilkuri, N. Suaud, N. Guihéry, A. Galtayries, F. Miserque, M.-A. Arrio, P. Sainctavit & T. MallahNature Communications 7, 13646 (2016) .


Des memristors organiques pour les réseaux de neurones (Oct. 2016)

 "Physical realization of a supervised learning system built with organic memristive synapses", Y.-P. Lin, C.H. Bennett, T. Cabaret, D. Vodenicarevic, D. Chabi, D. Querlioz, B. Jousselme, V. Derycke, J.-O. Klein, Scientific Reports 6, 31932 (2016).







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