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 : Graftfast®Polymer metallizationthe SEEP processSubstitution of Cr(VI)Antibacterial surfacesSurfaces for water depollution

► Local chemical functionnalization using printing techniques

 

 

Chemistry of Nanomaterials

Bottom-up synthesis of graphene quantum dots : single photon emitters

► Fonctionnalization of nanocarbons : carbon nanotubes, fullerenes, graphene

Graphene oxide chemistry : synthesis and manipulation of graphene oxidegraphene oxide local reduction and electrochemical functionnalization

 

 

PV, 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

Photovoltaic : Perovskite-based solar cells (halide ionic migration (2017), degradation mechanisms (2018)...), OPVs,  hybrid SiNWs/polymers solar cells

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

Surface chemistry for biology and healthcare : antibacterial surfaces, photo-antimicrobial surfaces, cell antiproliferative surfaces for medical implants, surfaces chemistry for biochips and biosensors

Drug delivery : irradiation induced drug delivery systems (nano-objets polymères et hybrides sous irradiationnanoparticules métalliques greffées de polymères pour la nanomédecine)

Micro/Millifluidics for biology and healthcare : Lab-on-papers, Micro/Millifluidics by printing technologies

 

 

Organic & Molecular Electronics

Organic Electronics : OLEDs, organic spintronics (see also the latest result here), organic nano-dielectricsorganic memories, circuits with learning capabilities & memristors 

Nanoelectronicsflexible RF electronics (based on graphene, CNTs and MoS2), CNT-based optoelectronics (including CNT-based IR emitters and detectors), 2D material study by high-contrast BALM microscopy (see articles in Science Advances)

Printed electronics : inkjet-based process for printed copper electronics  (PhD thesis of G. Barral), alternative photonic sintering for Inkjet copper inks (projet ANR Photon'ink)

 

 

Sustainability & Waste recycling

Read: "New technologies to recycle electronic waste" (The Conversation, 29/03/2020) and learn more here

► Physical method based pre-concentration

Critical metals recovery and purification, PCBs dismantling and associated electronic component sorting

Liquid-liquid and Solid-liquid hydrometallurgical recovery processes, Use of supercritical fluid as a green solvent for e-waste recycling

Selective nanomembranes

► Rapid process development using microfluidics

 

 
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
#2557 - Màj : 28/11/2022

 

 

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