[1] Study of bimetallic nanocatalysts for the electrochemical conversion of CO2 into high energy value products (fuels).
[2] Study of the photoelectrochemical conversion of CO2 using semiconductors under solar illumination
[3] Study of the mechanisms of the (electro)chemical dissolution of silicon catalysed by noble metals. Applications: surface structuring of silicon for microelectronics and photovoltaics. In collaboration with Sylvain Le Gall, GeePs (Gif sur Yvette).
[4] Theoretical/experimental study of micro- and nanopowders with the cavity microelectrode. Modelling of the voltammetric response. In collaboration with the “Theoretical and Applied Electrochemistry” group of the University of Murcia (Spain).
[5] Development of heavy metal sensors based on silicon/gold micropillar electrodes. Collaboration with Tarik Bourouina, ESYCOM (ESIEE).
[6] Theoretical/experimental electrochemical study of the reaction mechanisms of processes of interest (e.g. evolution of hydrogen and oxygen) at the solid/liquid and liquid/liquid interfaces (ITIES). Collaboration with the University of Murcia (Spain).