Laboratoire de Réactivité et Chimie des Solides

Le LRCS (UMR CNRS/UPJV 7314) est un laboratoire de recherche sur le stockage et la conversion de l'énergie. Au LRCS, 30 scientifiques expérimentés et 40 jeunes chercheurs travaillent sur les batteries d’aujourd’hui et de demain, le photovoltaïque et le stockage de l'hydrogène.

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Webinar Series around the topic of the ARTISTIC project

This "Battery Manufacturing Webinar Series" aims to develop a forum of discussion about the links between battery manufacturing process and electrode properties, encompassing both ... [+]

PhD students seminar Marlène Roch and Clément Rabette

Thursday March 5 at 11:00 am in the HUB amphitheatre, Marlène Roch and Clément Rabette, 3rd year PhD students, will present the context of their thesis work during two talks : Marlène Roch ... [+]

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CNRS Crystal medal awarded to Mathieu Morcrette 20 Nov. 2019
Vigneshwaran Thangavel during his PhD defense (05/11/2019)
Alejandro Franco with Prof. Whittingham after his inspiring keynote at ECSorg Meeting, Atlanta. 16 oct. 2019
V. Thangavel met two LRCS former students, Amina Touidjine and Mohammadhosein Safari.
231st ECS Meeting, New Orleans, USA
from l. to r. : Thierry Djenizian (MADIREL, AMU, Marseille), Garima Shukla (LRCS), Alexandar Tesfaye (MADIREL), Yinghui Yin (LRCS), Yury Gogotsi (Drexel)
Alae Eddine Lakraychi won the best poster prize during the 1st Organic Battery Days which took place on 8 and 9 June, 2017 at Uppsala University (Sweden).
2nd edition of the "Organic Battery Days" congress organised in China at Tianjin in june 2018 where Matthieu Becuwe was invited to give a talk.
Rakesh Elango during his PhD defense - September 13, 2018.
Alexis Maurel, Michel Armand and Stéphane Panier (LTI) during theECS AiMES conference organised in Cancún, Mexico (October 1, 2018).
Vigneshwaran Thangavel at Li-SM3 conference in London the 26 and 27 of April 2017.
Mariem Maiza during her PhD defense - November 23, 2018.
Mariem Maiza PhD defense November 23, 2018: photo with jury members (from left to right: C. Jallut, D. Nguyen, N. Legrand, M. Maiza, A.A. Franco, J.P. Chehab, M. Gaberscek, C. Lefrou
Prof. Miran Gaberscek seminar November 22, 2018 in the HUB, on the Lithium-Sulfur batteries modeling.
Sept. 20th, 2018 : Riku MORIMOTO (right) and Masaki MAEDA (left),
Master students from Nagoya University, join the LRCS for research training
Sept. 14th, 2018 : Patrice SIMON, co-Director of RS2E and Mathieu MORCRETTE, Director of LRCS, meet at the HUB de l’Energie
Claude DELMAS visited the HUB and gave an inspiring seminar on layered oxides for Na Batteries
Barbecue 18/07/2019
First members of the Laboratoire des Solides Pulvérulents
Pr. Bruce Dunn during his talk given at LRCS 12/07/2019
The members of LRCS in 2000

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Electrochemical polymerization of chloride doped PEDOT hierarchical porous nanostructure on graphite as a potential electrode for high performance supercapacitor

Murugesan Rajesh, Ramu Manikandan, Byung Chul Kim, Matthieu Becuwe, Kook Hyun Yu , C. Justin Raj

Electrochimica Acta, 2020

Entering the Augmented Era: Immersive and Interactive Virtual Reality for Battery Education and Research

Alejandro A. Franco, Jean-Noël Chotard, Emilie Loup-Escande, Yinghui Yin, Ruijie Zhao, Alexis J. Rucci, Alain C. Ngandjong, Simon Herbulot, Benjamin Beye, Jan Ciger, Romain Lelong

Batteries & Supercaps, 2020

Local atomic and electronic structure in the LiVPO4(F,O) Tavorite‐type materials from Solid State NMR combined with DFT calculations

Tahya Bamine, Edouard Boivin, Christian Masquelier, Laurence Croguennec, Elodie Salager, Dany Carlier

MRC, 2020

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