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INTERFACES Department

The department is composed of physical chemists and sensor researchers whose fundamental domain of expertise is the reactivity of solid/gas, solid/liquid and solid/solid interfaces. The research focuses on the adsorption, transport and electrochemical processes as well as on the dissolution, nucleation/growth and solidification mechanisms.

Methods

The physical chemistry of interfaces is studied by coupling experiments and simulations at all scales. More specifically, a combination of macroscopic techniques such as adsorption measurements, spectroscopy (IR, Raman, X-ray adsorption), calorimetry, rheometry and chemical analysis of solutions with local characterizations such as surface analysis techniques (XPS, AES, surface-EXAFS), in situ monitoring (pH or current electrochemical microsensors), imaging techniques from micro to atomic scales (microwave microscopy, AFM, SEM, STM and TEM) as well as neutron and X-ray scattering techniques (PDF, SANS, SAXS, WAXS) can be used. Regarding simulation techniques, the diversity of approaches (ab-initio, Molecular Dynamics, Monte Carlo, FEM) available enables real multi-scale studies.

Application fields

The continuously developed knowledge and control of the physical chemistry properties of interfaces is valorized in various fields of applications: waste management, coating elaboration, cement reactivity, aqueous corrosion, Microwave-hydrothermal process for nanomaterials synthesis and microwave sensors.

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INTERFACES Department

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The department is composed of physical chemists and sensor researchers whose fundamental domain of expertise is the reactivity of solid/gas, solid/liquid and solid/solid interfaces. The research focuses on the adsorption, transport and electrochemical processes as well as on the dissolution, nucleation/growth and solidification mechanisms.

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Methods

The physical chemistry of interfaces is studied by coupling experiments and simulations at all scales. More specifically, a combination of macroscopic techniques such as adsorption measurements, spectroscopy (IR, Raman, X-ray adsorption), calorimetry, rheometry and chemical analysis of solutions with local characterizations such as surface analysis techniques (XPS, AES, surface-EXAFS), in situ monitoring (pH or current electrochemical microsensors), imaging techniques from micro to atomic scales (microwave microscopy, AFM, SEM, STM and TEM) as well as neutron and X-ray scattering techniques (PDF, SANS, SAXS, WAXS) can be used. Regarding simulation techniques, the diversity of approaches (ab-initio, Molecular Dynamics, Monte Carlo, FEM) available enables real multi-scale studies.

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Application fields

The continuously developed knowledge and control of the physical chemistry properties of interfaces is valorized in various fields of applications: waste management, coating elaboration, cement reactivity, aqueous corrosion, Microwave-hydrothermal process for nanomaterials synthesis and microwave sensors.

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Research activities

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Jérôme ROSSIGNOL

Directeur

jerome.rossignol@u-bourgogne.fr
Tél : 03 80 39 59 36 

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Bruno DOMENICHINI

Directeur adjoint

bruno.domenichini@u-bourgogne.fr
Tél : 03 80 39 39 40

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Members

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Jean-Pierre BELLAT
Igor BEZVERKHYY
Agnes BIROT
Virginie BOURG
Sylvie BOURGEOIS
céline BORKOWSKI
Guillaume COMBE
Céline DIRAND
Bruno DOMENICHINI
Celine DUPONT
Coralie FEVRE
Sandrine GAUFFINET
Luc IMHOFF
Christophe LABBEZ
Maria del Carmen MARCO DE LUCAS
André NONAT
Roland OLTRA
Mikhail PETUKHOV
Valerie POTIN
Pierre PRIBETICH
Jerome ROSSIGNOL
Marcos SALAZAR
Jean-Marc SIMON
Didier STUERGA
Guy WEBER
Bruno VUILLEMIN
Alexandre ZIMMER
Yvon VOISIN

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Pierre BIRNAL
Houssem BOUKHALFA
Moad BOUZID
Atar-Lina BOUZOUAID
Julie CHANUT
Maxence GIRAUDET
Ludmilla GRZELAK
Abdallah IMAM
Rudy LARSENS
Alexis LASSERRE
Camille RUBIO
Daniel Michal SZCZERBA
Alan ZERROUKI

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Seminars

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