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Organic, hybrid and polymeric materials for energy

Organic, hybrid and polymeric materials for energy

 

Coordinator: Dr. Matthieu Becuwe

 

Involved staff:

M. Becuwe, J-P. Bonnet, M. Courty, A. Demortière, L. Dupont, C. Frayret, S. Gottis


The current energy context motivates the research and development of new electrode materials, more efficient while having a lower environmental and ecological impact and easier to recycle. The contribution of organic chemistry in this area is booming in recent years especially after the work on the eco-designed organic batteries. The LRCS is also committed to the development of organic chemistry at large to extend the scope of molecular carbon compounds and / or polymeric for energy storage and catalysis.

Research will focus on:

  •      Molecular engineering for the design of new organic materials for electrodes
  •      Molecular modeling of organic systems and organized
  •      Development of polymers for energy
  •      Hybrid systems for energy and catalysis

Ingénierie moléculaire pour la conception de nouveaux matériaux organiques d’électrodes

Modélisation des systèmes organiques moléculaires et organisés

Développement de polymères pour l’énergie

Systèmes hybrides pour l’énergie et la catalyse