Institut de Chimie et des Matériaux de Paris Est

Eq. 1 : Molecular Chemistry and Macromolecular materials (C3M) Eq. 2 : Metallurgy and Inorganic Materials (M2I)
Renewable energies, Environmental sciences and Safety, Time resolved and multi-techniques characterization, Health, Welfare, Biotechnologies and Industry
  • Nanoporous materials (carbon, MOFs, ...) for hydrogen storage
  • Use of porous materials as functional supports in the fields of supported catalysis, chromatography and tissue engineering
  • Carbon nanoporous electrodes for water decontamination
  • Porous silicon matrices for photovoltaic applications
  • Development of crosslinked porous meso materials with modular porosity based on the synthesis of (semi-) interpenetrated networks of polymers as nanostructured precursors
  • Development of strategies for the synthesis of nanoporous materials with controlled porosity and functionality from semi-degradable diblock copolymers with a well-defined function at the the two-blocks junction
  • Engineering nanoporous thermostable polymeric materials
  • Systematic studies establishing the relationships between the precursor structure and the morphology of the resulting porous materials
  • Development of doubly porous polymeric materials through miscellaneous approaches (double porogen templating, temperature induced phase separation)
Porous polymers Hybrids organic polymers/inorganic particles Supported heterogeneous catalysis Advanced materials for healthcare MOF Hydrogen storage Electrode materials M-ion batteries