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Expert(s) for : Électrochimie
Professor Rochefort’s research focuses on electrochemical processes involving ionic liquids. The functionalization of ionic liquids by electroactive moieties is used to develop new electrolytes studied in various electrochemical storage systems, like batteries and supercapacitors.
- Polymer chemistry
- Spectroscopy and electrochemistry
- Organic electronic devices
- Synthesis of conjugated materials
- Stimuli-responsive materials
The main focus of Professor Skene’s research is the synthesis and opto-electronic characterization of new organic materials exhibiting photophysical and electrochemical properties that are suitable for use in plastic electronics. This includes the fabrication and characterization of organic electronic devices prepared from new conjugated materials.
Professor Dollé and his group are developing inorganic materials for electrochemical energy storage/conversion (battery). Solid state chemistry, material science and electrochemistry are outlined as major concerns. An important interest is dedicated to the Synthesis-Structure-Physical properties relationship in order to improve existing materials or to create new ones.