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The aim of our work is to design and study inorganic heterogeneous catalyst materials for end of engine exhaust pipe systems. Textural, structural and chemical analysis provide us information to understand and thereby improve our synthesis, and subsequently the catalytic activity and the stability of our catalysts for the targeted oxidation reaction.
I am the Saint-Gobain administrative manager for the LSFC team.
My current research aims at developing ceramic materials with exceptional mechanical, thermal and optical properties. For this purpose, I rely on novel concepts coming from the field of metamaterials, which I try to combine with the excellent intrinsic properties of technical ceramics.
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My research topics focus on the synthesis of inorganic materials and supported-metal catalysts. These materials have a targeted application in the field of heterogeneous catalysis, notably for the oxidation of atmospheric pollutants such as toluene and carbon monoxide.
My topics of research are focused on materials for heterogeneous catalysis; specifically for oxidation of pollutants (CO, CH4, toluene, formaldehyde). I study diverse synthesis pathways (Pecchini, sol-gel, hydrothermal, melted salts). I then study the gas-materials interactions in order to better understand their catalytic performances.
Michaël is working on the direct valorisation of noble metals from electronic waste for application in heterogeneous catalysis, in particular for the oxidation of volatile organic compounds (toluene and formaldehyde). He is working at the ICSM (Marcoule) under the supervision of Damien Bourgeois and at the LSFC.
My current research focuses on the development of methods for the production of metal oxide powders by chemical synthesis. I rely on my skills and knowledge in chemistry and material science to control the morphology and porosity of the particles composing these powders.
In addition, I am also interested in the formulation and shaping processes of technical ceramics. In particular, I work on the development of all-oxide ceramic matrix composites produced by 3D printing.
My research project focuses on the synthesis, modeling and characterization of ceramic metamaterials. The synthesis routes and the numerical and experimental tools developed in this project should allow the development of new thermal emitters with tunable emissive properties in order to enhance the energy efficiency of high temperature industrial processes.
My research topics are focused on complex materials for heterogeneous catalysis; notably with applications as pollutants oxidation. I am mainly interested in the influence of the structural properties of the materials on their catalytic properties.
My research is focused on the formation of organised composite materials, such as "artificial nacres". I study both the synthesis of anisotropic particles that can be used as "bricks" in the material and the (self-)assembly methods to organise and shape the composite.
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I am the CNRS administrative and finances manager for the LSFC CNRS staff, and also for SVI, another joint unit between the CNRS and Saint-Gobain, located in Aubervilliers.
SVI website : http://svi.cnrs.fr