- Nanostructured materials
- Elimination and recovery of pollutants
My research activity is carried out in the group “PhotoElectroCatalysis for Energy and Environment”, it concerns the elimination of pollutants such as urea and CO2 for recovery purposes using electrochemical or photoelectrochemical methods. We design and develop nanostructured materials, we characterize their physical and physico-chemical properties (composition, morphology, structure, photo/electrocatalytic …) then we implement them in electrolysis to analyze and quantify the reaction products.
The topic on urea elimination has been developed within the framework of the research program MOdélisation Contrôle et Optimisation des Procédés d’Epuration des Eaux (MOCOPEE) of the Syndicat interdépartemental pour l’assainissement de l’agglomération parisienne (SIAAP) since 2017. It benefits from funding from ISITE Future Paris-Est as part of the Nano-4-water project (2018 – 2022) as well as financial support from ANR (HYUREA Project, 2020-2024) also involving LISE (Laboratoire Interface et Systèmes Electrochimiques, Paris), LGC (Laboratoire de Génie Chimique, Toulouse) and SIAAP.
TEACHING AND TUTORING
Courses: Electrochemistry, Materials for Energy, Sustainable Energies, Integrated Practical Work.
Head at UPEC of the Master 2 Advanced Materials and Nanomaterials.
Permanent member of the Validation of Acquired Experience jury at University of Paris Est Créteil
Member of the Board of Administration of the University of Paris Est Créteil