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Nanosciences et Innovation pour les Matériaux, la Biomédecine et l'Énergie

Laboratoire d'Etude des Eléments Légers

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  • CEA researcher since January 2016



  • Magnesium-ion batteries
  • Interfaces and aging mechanisms in electrochemical systems


  • 2014-2016        Postdoctoral associate, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), Cambridge, USA
  • 2010-2013        PhD, University of Nantes, FRANCE and INRS University, Montreal, CANADA
  • 2009-2010        Master 2 New and Renewable Energies, University of Nantes, FRANCE


  • Technological Innovation award and special award of the jury at the Energia Challenge, Quebec Association for the Control of Energy (AQME), 2015
  • Best thesis in cotutelle between France and Quebec 2014, Consulat of France in Quebec, 2014
  • “Student-researcher star” Award, Quebec’s research funding, 2013
  • Participation to the Lindau Nobel Laureates Meeting 2013 on chemistry
  • Best poster award, 3rd German-French Summer School on Electrochemistry&Nanotechnologies, 2011


9. A one-electron mechanism in a gel-polymer electrolyte Li-O2 battery.
C. V. Amanchukwu, H-H. Chang, M. Gauthier, S. Feng, T. P. Batcho and P. T. Hammond, submitted

8. Electrode–Electrolyte Interface in Li-Ion Batteries: Current Understanding and New Insights.
M. Gauthier, T. J. Carney, A. Grimaud, L. Giordano, N. Pour, H-H. Chang, D. P. Fenning, S. Lux, O. Paschos, C. Bauer, F. Maglia, S. Lupart, P. Lamp and Y. Shao-Horn, J. Phys. Chem. Lett. 6, 4653 (2015)

7. Very high surface capacity with Si negative electrodes embedded in copper foam as 3D current collector.
D. Mazouzi, D. Reyter, M. Gauthier, P. Moreau, D. Guyomard, L. Roué and B. Lestriez, Adv. Energy Mater., 4 (2014) 1301718

6. From Si wafers to cheap and efficient Si electrodes for Li-ion batteries.
M. Gauthier, S. Rousselot, D. Mazouzi, D. Reyter, B. Lestriez, P. Moreau, D. Guyomard and L. Roué, J. Power Sources, 256, 32 (2014).

5. Electrochemically roughened Cu current collector for Si-based electrode in Li-ion batteries.
D Reyter, S. Rousselot, D. Mazouzi, M. Gauthier, B. Lestriez, P. Moreau, D. Guyomard and L. Roué, J. Power Sources, 239, 308, (2013)

4. A low-cost and high-energy density Si-based negative electrode for Li-ion batteries.
M. Gauthier, D. Mazouzi, D. Reyter, B. Lestriez, P. Moreau, D. Guyomard and L. Roué, Energy Environ. Sci., 6, 2145, (2013)

3. Nanoscale compositional changes during first delithiation of Si negative electrodes.
M. Gauthier, J. Danet, B.Lestriez, L. Roué, D. Guyomard, P. Moreau, J. Power Sources, 227, 237, (2013)

2. New insights into the silicon-based electrode’s irreversibility along cycle life through simple gravimetric method.
D. Mazouzi, N. Delpuech, Y. Oumellal, M. Gauthier, M. Cerbelaud, P. Moreau, N. Dupré, J. ) Gaubicher, D. Guyomard, L. Roué and B. Lestriez, J. Power Sources, 220, 180, (2012)

1. Synthesis of boron-doped Si particles by ball milling and application in Li-ion batteries.
S. Rousselot, M. Gauthier, D. Mazouzi, B. Lestriez, D. Guyomard and L. Roué, J. Power Sources, 202, 262, (2012).



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