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Descriptif des activités de recherche

My project at the LRCS consists on the development and optimization of sodium-based flow batteries. The project is supervised by Professor Emmanuel Baudrin and Professor Dominique Larcher. The semisolid approach is based on flow batteries where the active species are in suspension within an electrolyte that is pumped into the system where the electrochemical reaction is occurring. So, the main objective of this work will consist on finding the suitable materials which will permit to have the best battery performance in terms of efficiency, capacity and long-term stability.


PostDoc : LCPME – UMR7564 (Nancy), CNRS, May 2017 – October 2018, Vanadium Redox Flow Batteries.


PhD : Carbon Materials Research Group, Inorganic Chemistry Department, University of Granada (Spain), March 2013 – February 2017, Carbon materials for VOCs adsorption and gas separation.


Master in Chemistry, University of Granada, 2012




Electrolyte formulation, synthesis of mixed inorganic oxides, cyclic voltammetry, galvanostatic charge-discharge, battery cycling.

Projets en cours

NaFlow/one year/Région Haut de France

LiFePO4-ferri/ferrocyanide redox targeting aqueous posolyte: Set-up, efficiency and kinetics

Jose F. Vivo-Vilches, Arina Nadeina, Noura Rahbani, Vincent Seznec, Dominique Larcher, Emmanuel Baudrin

Journal of Power Sources, 2021

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