Study of bimetallic nanocatalysts for the electrochemical conversion of CO2 into high energy value products (fuels).
 Study of the photoelectrochemical conversion of CO2 using semiconductors under solar illumination
 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).
 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).
 Development of heavy metal sensors based on silicon/gold micropillar electrodes. Collaboration with Tarik Bourouina, ESYCOM (ESIEE).
 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).