Electrochemical Processes - PE

This research department develops electrochemical methods and tools for the design and the control of processes. The aim is to analyze the interaction between phenomena occurring at the electrochemical interface in real media and chemical reactions using multi-scale experimental and numerical approaches.

PE in short…

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Key-words
Electrochemical sensors, Electrosynthesis, Molten salts, Corrosion, Microreactors, Depollution, Energy

Head of Department:
Laurent MASSOT

 

Overall objectives

Tools and methods for:

Design :

  • electrochemical (micro)reactors
  • processes for wastewater treatment
  • processes for separation and extraction
  • processes for electrosynthesis and electrocatalysis

Preparation:

  • new materials
  • functionalized interfaces
  • microelectrodes

Monitoring:

  • sensors and biosensors
  • electrochemical methods for analysis

Experimental and numerical approach for:

  • Comparison of fundamental laws and ideas of physical chemistry in real media – Studies of phenomena occurring at the electrical interfaces and pathways of coupled chemical reactions. 
  •  Dimensioning of tools and processes

3 research topics

Electrochemical processes and Molten salts

Electre: Electrochemical Engineering for synthesis, pollution abatement, energy and catalysis

Electrochemical sensors and Processes

Team Members

Permanent staff :

  • Pierre Chamelot | Fabien Chauvet | Maurice Comtat | David Evrard | Mathieu Gibilaro | Karine Groenen Serrano | Pierre Gros | Bernard Lafage | Laure Latapie | Laurent Massot | Olivier Reynes | André Savall | Théodore Tzedakis

Non permanent staff:

  • Yassine Aimer | Nabiil Auckburally | Laure Diaz | Emelyne Gervais | Audrey Iranzo | Pauline Meyer
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