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MME ALLOIN Fannie

Directrice du laboratoire

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1130, rue de la piscine. 38402 Saint Martin d'Hères

  • Tél. : 04 76 82 66 98

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Activités / CV



PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

1995-CNRS scientist at LEPMI – DR2 in 2011, Saint Martin d’Hères, France
1994-1995 Assistant professor in Laboratoire d’Electrochimie des Solides. Besançon. Electrochemistry in liquid solutions.

SCIENTIFICAL PRODUCTION

· 118 publications, 10 proceedings, 5 book chapters
· 21 patents
· 13 invited conferences + 190 communications (oral and poster)

Citation report

· H-Index 34, Average citations per item 52

SUPERVISOR of: 22 Ph.D. theses (17 defended) and 6 Post-doc positions

My research activities involve the development of innovative electrolytes and their physicochemical and electrochemical characterizations with the objective to advance in the mechanisms understanding in order to offer innovative solutions for future electrochemical generators. My research is mainly focused on lithium-ion battery technology, lithium-metal polymer, lithium-sulfur, and magnesium battery. The electrolyte can be an organic solvent, an ionic liquid or a polymer depending on the application. Their intrinsic properties (ionic conduction, solvation property, specific interactions, viscosity, thermal and mechanical properties), the electrode/electrolyte interface properties and the electrochemical mechanisms at the interfaces are the focus of my research.

NATIONAL/INTENATIONAL VISIBILITY

· LEPMI Director since July 2020
. MIEL Team leader in LEPMI (October 2014-Mars 2020)
· Chair of the Board of the scientific LEPMI 2011-2015
· Research Leader of the scientific project « Multifunctional materials for electrochemical generators » of Labex CEMAM (2011-2017)
· Member of the CNRS national comity. Section 14. 2016-2021
· Elected Member Scientific pole PEM (Physic, Engineering and Material) COMUE-UGA 2016-2020
· Member of comity HDR I-MEP2 and UGA representative in the doctoral school I-MEP2
· Scientific coordinator of LEPMI partner in 5 ANR and one ADEME projects, Coordinator of regional projects
· Member of the scientific comity of the French congress “Journées d’électrochimie” and Co-organizer of this congress in Grenoble in 2011. Member of the  scientific comity of the international congress ISPE (International Symposium on Polymer Electrolytes).
· Expect MEIRIES project Hubert Curien
 

Informations complémentaires

Dernières Publications

Lemarie Q., Maire E., Idrissi H., Thivel P.X., Alloin F., Roué L.
Sulfur-based electrode using a polyelectrolyte binder via coupled in situ synchrotron X-ray diffraction and tomography
ACS Applied Energy Materials, 3, 2422-2431, 2020

Tonin G., Vaughan G.B.M., Bouchet R., Alloin F., Di Michiel M., Barchasz C.
Operando investigation of the lithium/sulfur battery system by coupled X-ray absorption tomography and X-ray diffraction computed tomography.
Journal of Power Sources, 468, 228287, 2020

Lemarié Q., Idrissi H., Maire E., Thivel P-X., Alloin F., Roué L.
Impact of the binder nature on the morphological change of sulfur electrodes upon cycling investigated by in situ characterization methods.
Journal of Power Sources, 477, 228374, 2020 

Robba A., Barchasz C., Bučard K., Petricd M., Žitnikd M., Kvashninae K., Vaughan G., Bouchet R., Alloin F., Kavčičd M.
Fingerprinting mean composition of lithium polysulfide standard solutions by applying high energy resolution fluorescence detected X-ray Absorption Spectroscopy.
J. Phys. Chem. Lett. 11, 5446−5450, 2020

Tsehaye M.T., Alloin F., Iojoiu C., Tufa, R. A., Aili D., Fischer P., Velizarov S.
Membranes for Zinc-air Batteries: Recent Progress, Challenges and Perspectives
Journal of Power Sources, 475, 228689, 2020

Walus S., Alloin F., Barchasz, C., Bouchet R.
Electrochemical impedance spectroscopy study of Lithium–Sulfur batteries: Useful technic to go deeper in the Li/S electrochemical mechanism
Electrochimica Acta, 359, 136944, 2020

Bharwal A. K.⁠⁠, Manceriu⁠ L., Alloin F. ⁠, Iojoiu C.⁠, Dewalque J. ⁠, Toupance T. ⁠, Henrist C.
Tuning bimodal porosity in TiO2 photoanodes towards efficient solid-state dye-sensitized solar cells comprising polysiloxane-based polymer electrolyte
Microporous and Mesoporous Materials, 273, 226-234, 2019

Bharwal A. K.⁠, ⁠ Manceriu L.⁠, Alloin F., ⁠ Iojoiu C., Dewalque J., Toupance T.⁠, Henrist⁠ C.
Bimodal titanium oxide photoelectrodes with tuned porosity for improved light harvesting and polysiloxane-based polymer electrolyte infiltration
Solar Energy 178, 98, 2019

Lemarié Q., Alloin F., Thivel P.X., Idrissi H., Roué L.
Study of sulfur-based electrodes by operando acoustic emission
Electrochimica Acta 299, 415, 2019

Vinci V., Alloin F., Guindet J., Leprêtre J.-C.
Controlled Protective Layer Based on Biphenyl Derivatives for Li-S Battery
Journal of the Electrochemical Society, 166, A1580, 2019

Lecarme L., Consonni V., Lafolet F., Cossuet T., Mermoux M., Sauvage F., Nourdine A., Alloin F., Leprêtre J.-C.
ZnO Nanowires as a Promotor of High Photo-Induced Efficiency and Voltage Gain for Cathode Battery Recharging
ACS Applied Energy Materials, 2, 9, 6254-6262, 2019

Tsehaye M. T., Alloin F., Iojoiu C.
Prospects for Anion-Exchange Membranes in Alkali Metal–Air Batteries
Energies, 12, 4702, 2019

Bharwal A.K., Manceriu L., Iojoiu C., Dewalque J., Toupance T., Hirsch L., Henrist C., Alloin F.
Ionic Liquid-like Polysiloxane Electrolytes for Highly Stable Solid-State Dye-Sensitized Solar Cells
ACS Applied Energy Materials, 1, 4106–4114, 2018

El Baradai O., Beneventi D., Alloin F., Bultel Y., Chaussy D.
Use of Cellulose Nanofibers as an Electrode Binder for Lithium Ion Battery Screen Printing on a Paper Separator
Nanomaterials 8(12), 982, 2018

S. Hebié, F. Alloin, C. Iojoiu, R. Berthelot, J.-C. Leprêtre
Magnesium Anthracene Systems Based-Electrolyte as promoter of High Electrochemical Performance Rechargeable Magnesium Batteries.
ACS Applied Materials and Interfaces, 6, 5527-5533, 2018

S. Hebié, H. P. K. Ngo, J.-C. Leprêtre, C. Iojoiu, L. Cointeaux, R. Berthelot, F. Alloin
Electrolyte based on easy synthesized and low price triphenolate-borohydride salt for performant Mg(TFSI)2-glyme rechargeable Magnesium Batteries.
ACS Applied Materials and Interfaces, 34, 28377-28385, 2017

A. Thiam, C. Antonelli, C. Iojoiu, F. Alloin, J.-Y. Sanchez
Optimizing ionic conduction through crosslink density modulation
Electrochimica Acta, 240, 307-315, 2017

G.Tonin, G. Vaughan, R. Bouchet, F.Alloin, M. Di Michiel, L. Boutafa, J.-F. Colin, C. Barchasz
Microscopic to macroscopic operando characterization study of a lithium/sulfur battery by coupled X-ray tomography and spatially-resolved diffraction.
Scientific Reports, 7, 2755, 2017

R. Guilmin, F. Alloin, F. Molton, J.-C. Leprêtre
Chemical modification of N-methylphenothiazine to lead to interesting and potential organic material for lithium battery
Electrochimica Acta, 232, 182-191, 2017

K. Bharwal, N.A. Nguyen, C. Iojoiu, C. Henrist, F. Alloin
New polysiloxane bearing imidazolium iodide side chain as electrolyte for photoelectrochemical cell
Solid State Ionics, 307, 6-13, 2017


Dernières thèses encadrées

Thèse de A. N. TRAN soutenue le 8 Décembre 2020
Nouveaux électrolytes et cathodes organiques pour les batteries au Magnésium

Thèse de G. Tonin soutenue le 5 Juin 2019
Caractérisation operando des accumulateurs Li/S par tomographie d’absorption et diffraction des rayons X, vers une meilleure compréhension des mécanismes électrochimiques

Thèse de A. Robba soutenue le 17 Juillet 2018
Développement et Compréhension des Mécanismes électrochimiques des Accumulateurs Lithium-ion/Soufre

Thèse de V. Vinci soutenue le 1 juin 2018
Accumulateurs Li/S : barrières organiques à la réactivité des polysulfures

Thèse de A. Kumar Bharwal soutenue le 11 janvier 2018
Hierarchical porous TiO2 and ionic liquid-like polysiloxane electrolyte for solid state-Dye-Sensitized Solar Cells.

Thèse de R. Guilmin soutenue le 4 février 2016
Vers des batteries lithium organiques innovantes mettant en jeu des polymères à base de N-méthylphénothiazines modifiées



 

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