Ivette obtained her MSc from Sorbonne Université in Paris, France and has been working on zinc insertion batteries since October 2019.
Damien obtained his MSc in analytical and physical chemistry from Sorbonne University and Paris-Saclay University, France. Since October 2020, he has been working towards the understanding of solvation properties on the surface of water splitting catalysts. Find out more about his research on ORCID.
Ronan obtained his double engineering degree from ESPCI Paris, in chemical physics, and Mines Paris, in material science. He currently works on the development of hybrid interfaces between the Li-metal and the electrolyte for solid-state batteries.
Elisa obtained her French engineering degree from PHELMA engineering school (Grenoble INP group), where she studied electrochemistry. She started her PhD at Collège de France in October 2020, joining the solid-state battery group. She is currently working on cathodic composite materials for solid-state batteries, with a special emphasis on the usage of electrochemical impedance spectroscopy for understanding detrimental phenomena.
Double degree in engineering school at ESPCI Paris and Mines Paris with a formation in physico-chemistry and industrial processes. He started his PhD at Collège de France in October 2020 and he is working on the development of new materials with anionic redox for Li-ion batteries. Connect with him on LinkedIn.
Ezzoubair obtained a MSc at the Cadi Ayyad University in Marrakech, Morocco, in physico-chemistry of materials followed by a second MSc from the Université de Tours in Tours, France, on the R&D of new materials for energy storage. He is now working on the study of interfacial phenomena involved in M-ion batteries using Electrochemical Quartz Crystal Microbalance for the prospect of embedding it in a real battery setup. Connect with him on LinkedIn.
Since 2020, Valentin has been working on the implementation of standardized cycling procedures for Li-ion batteries. He obtained his MSc in Chemistry and Physical Engineering from the Graduate School of Chemistry, Biology and Physics (ENSCBP) of Bordeaux, France. Connect with him on LinkedIn.
Parth is currently working on understanding the degradation mechanisms of the Na-ion full cells and finding solutions to achieve better cell performances. In 2020, he obtained his B.Tech and M.Tech degrees in Metallurgical Engineering and Materials Science from IIT Bombay. For his Master’s dissertation, he worked on discoveries of new positive electrode materials for K-ion batteries. Please find out more about his research on Researchgate, Google Scholar, and connect with him on LinkedIn.
Zhenying obtained her MSc in physical chemistry from Shanghai University, China and has been working on the Prussian blue analogs in energy storage systems by in-situ electrochemical and electrogravimetric methods since January 2021. Connect with her on LinkedIn.
Benjamin obtained his MSc in Chemistry and Physical Engineering from the Graduate School of Chemistry, Biology and Physics (ENSCBP) of Bordeaux, France in 2020 and has been working on all-solid-state batteries since January 2021. Connect with him on LinkedIn.
John obtained his Masters in Chemistry (MChem) from the University of St. Andrews in St. Andrews, Scotland and has been working on water-in-salt electrolytes since October 2021.
Simon obtained his MSc degree in materials science from Chimie ParisTech and Sorbonne University. He has been working on anodic electrochromic materials since October 2021.
Cédric obtained his French engineering degree from ESPCI Paris and PSL University, where he studied physics and chemistry with a strong emphasis on experimental teaching. He started his PhD at Collège de France in October 2021, joining non-invasive battery activities. He is currently working on embedding optic fibers directly inside batteries to perform infrared spectroscopy in operando. Connect with him on LinkedIn.
Marina obtained her MSc in Integrative Chemistry & Innovation (ICI) at PSL Research University, developing an interdisciplinary profile. As of October 2022, she has been working as a PhD student towards the investigation of the mechanisms leading to the appearance of a knee-point in the lifetime of large format batteries for stationary storage applications, in operando, with the use optical sensors. You can connect with her on LinkedIn.
Clémence obtained her MSc in Chemistry and Physical Engineering from the Graduate School of Chemistry, Biology and Physics (ENSCBP) of Bordeaux, France and specialized in energy storage. She joined the sensing group in October 2022 and is currently working on monitoring the state of batteries during operation thanks to optical fibre Bragg grating sensors.