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发布日期:2018-08-28 作者: 编辑:ag国际厅

报告题目:Design, fabrication and optimization of nano/micro reinforcement: applications in composite materials and energy storage and harvesting systems






摘要:Composites play an increasingly important role in a variety of fields ranging from small electronics to large industrial infrastructures, due to their light weight and excellent properties. Commonly used reinforcements include fibers and microparticles.  Carbon nanomaterials like carbon nanotubes (CNTs) and graphene have been widely studied for the development of novel composites over the last two decades. However, it is still quite difficult to fully explore their intrinsic properties at macroscopic scale to achieve some realistic applications. The reasons are many, like difficulties in achieving structure defect control, homogeneous dispersion, good interface compatibility and low processing viscosity.

The hybrid structures consisting of carbon nanomaterials connected on micro particles demonstrate a number of advantages in terms of dispersion efficiency and reinforcing effect on the mechanical, electrical and thermal properties of polymers. A synergistic effect between the two types of fillers has been widely cited in the scientific publications. However, the detailed mechanisms are still not clear yet.

Other applications of such hybrid structures are in the energy storage and harvesting fields. The graphite nanoplatesheets play an important and different roles in tuning and optimizing the functional properties of both the insulating elastomer and compliant electrodes (the basic two components of dielectric system), respectively.


Compétences: Carbon Nanotubes: synthesis, characterisations and applications, Graphene-GNP

Energy storage, dielectric

Nanomechanics, Nano/micro composites

Zr and Ti alloys (H2, O2, Irradiation effect), Hydrogen storage

Micromechanical modelling of the metal/polymer matrix composites and the ductile fracture

Correlation microstructure – macromechanical properties


Formation & diplômes:


Oct. 1988 - Oct. 1991: PhD Science of Materials, Ecole Centrale Paris

Oct. 1997: Habilitation à diriger des recherches (HDR)


Fonctions :

1985 - 1988: Assistant then Lecturer (NWPU, P.R. China)


from Oct. 1991 Researcher then Director of Research CNRS,

Head of Group”Nanotubes and nano/microcomposites”

Head of CR Mesures physiques

Head of Axe Multiphysiques & Interfaces

Coordinator of GDR Polynano 3661  I & II

Managed or participated in more than 30 national, EU and international research programs concerning

  • High performance aero composite structures and conductive paint;

  • Polymer and metal matrix composites;

  • Carbon nanotubes, Graphene/GNPs

  • Conductive polymers

  • Carbon nanomaterials as cathodes and anode for Li-batteries

  • Nano electric and thermal contact;

  • In-situ diagnostic of CVD process for nanoparticle formation (LIPS, LII, LIF)

  • Electric energy generating with sea wave;

  • TIM (Thermal interface materials);

  • EM shielding application;

  • Electroactive materials;

  • Hydrogen/hydride/oxidization/irradiation effects, Hydrogen storage;

  • Zr,Ti alloys

  • Packaging materials;

  • Plasma functional coating…

    Leading a large collaboration network GDR polynano (polymères nanocharges) with more than 65 lab and institutes focusing on the size effects of nanofillers in polymer matrix composites with nano fillers and on the interfaces between them.

    More than 200 papers in international peer-reviewed journals.

    6 French patents, 5 of them with international extensions and deposited in USA and Japan.

    Supervised more than 30 PhD students; 35 post-doc/IR/IE.

    Taught Nanotubes; Polymers; Multifunctional materials; Materials for energy.

    Expert of projects evaluation for France, USA, China, Canada, Kazakhstan, UK, FP7.