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 (Nature Communications 2018

- Fonctionnalization of carbon nanotubes, fullerenes, graphene

- Synthesis and manipulation of graphene oxide (GO)

Graphene oxide (GO) local reduction and electrochemical functionnalization




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

PhotoElectroChemical cells

- OPVs coupled to MoS3 hydrogen evolution catalyst (2013)

All solution-processed organic photocathodes (2016)

Chemistry for batteries : new materials for Li-orga (2016)  and Li-S  (2018) batteries


Innovative Technologies for Biology and Healthcare

Biosensors :

- Optical, mechanical and electrochemical biosensors

Surface chemistry for biology and healthcare :

- Antibacterial surfaces, Photo-antimicrobial surfaces

- Cell antiproliferative Surfaces for ophtalmic implants (with BioWintTech)

- Surfaces chemistries for biochips and biosensors

Drug delivery :

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

- Passive and porous drug delivery systems

Micro/Millifluidics for biology and healthcare :

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


Organic & Molecular Electronics

Organic Electronics

- Perovskite-based solar cells : Halide ionic migration (ACS Energy Lett. 2017), Degradation mechanisms (2018)...

OPVs,  Hybrid SiNWs / polymers solar cells

- OLEDs (contact Bernard Geffroy for details)

- 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 (including CNT-based IR emitters and detectors)

- 2D material optical characterization by high-contrast BALM microscopy (see articles in Science Advances and Nanoscale)

Printed electronics

- Inkjet-based process for printed copper electronics  (PhD thesis of G. Barral in French)

- Alternative Photonic Sintering for Inkjet Copper Inks (projet ANR Photon'ink)








#2557 - Màj : 21/10/2020



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