courbe en fond

Non permanents

Iryna Sagaidak


  • Ph.D. student

Descriptif des activités de recherche

Developing inorganic materials for the future enabling of fast and efficient solar energy conversion and storage. Investigation of opto-electronic properties of the most common insertion materials and study of the underlying photo electrochemical processes of light-induced charge transfer in photoelectrodes.


Thèse 2019

Supervisors - Frédéric Sauvage (LRCS), Albert Nguyen Van Nhien (LG2A)

Topic – Bi-functional materials combining energy storage and energy conversion from sunlight


Time-correlated single photon counting (TCSPC), Mott-Schottky EIS

Projets en cours


Effect of standard light illumination on electrolyte’s stability of lithium-ion batteries based on ethylene and di-methyl carbonates

Gaspard Bouteau, Albert Nguyen Van-Nhien, Michel Sliwa, Nicolas Sergent, Jean-Claude Lepretre, Grégory Gachot, Iryna Sagaidak, Frédéric Sauvage

Scientific Reports, 2019

Light-Induced Charge Separation in Mixed Electronic/Ionic Semiconductor Driving Lithium-Ion Transfer for Photo-Rechargeable Electrode

C. Andriamiadamanana, I. Sagaidak, G. Bouteau, C. Davoisne, C. Laberty-Robert, F. Sauvage

Advanced Sustainable Systems, 2018

New iodide-based amino acid molecules for more sustainable electrolytes in dye-sensitized solar cells

Iryna Sagaidak, Guillaume Huertas, Albert Nguyen Van Nhien, Frédéric Sauvage

Green Chemistry, 2018

Towards Renewable Iodide Sources for Electrolytes in Dye-Sensitized Solar Cells

I. Sagaidak, G. Huertas, A. Nguyen Van Nhien, F. Sauvage

Energies, 2016

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