Marine Reynaud

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Marine Reynaud

+34 945 297 108

Parque Tecnologico C/Albert Einstein 48 CP 01510 Minano (Alava) Spain
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Almacenamiento de energía eléctrica Post-doc researcher Member

Marine Reynaud has been focusing her research on the development of new electrode materials for Li-ion and Na-ion batteries for the last 8 years. She has expertise on structure determination and (micro)structural characterization of layered and polyanionic compounds using diffraction techniques. She also has strong experience in inorganic syntheses and electrochemical characterizations, and some knowledge of transmission electron microscopy, magnetic measurements, solid-state NMR and Mössbauer spectroscopies.

She studied at Chimie ParisTech, where she received in 2010 a French "Diplôme d'Ingénieur" and a Master in Chemistry "Paris Centre", as well as the "Prix du Centenaire de l'Association" award of the Alumni Association. She spent six months at IK4-IKERLAN research center (Basque Country, Spain), where she characterized several solid oxides for their implementation in Solid-Oxide Fuel Cells (SOFCs). Later, she joined the prestigious group of Prof. Jean-Marie Tarascon (UPJV, Amiens, France) to work on the synthesis and characterization of different sodium- and lithium-based fluorosulfates (M. Phil.), and she spent a short research stay in the group of Prof. Clare Grey at Stony Brook University (New-York, U.S.A.) to perform solid-state NMR experiments. In 2013, Marine completed her Ph.D. in Material Sciences (cum laude) focused on the preparation of new bimetallic sulfates for high-voltage electrode materials for Li- and Na-ion batteries and conducted under the supervision of Prof Jean-Marie Tarascon, Dr. Jean-Noël Chotard (UPJV, Amiens, France) and Dr. Gwenaëlle Rousse (UPMC, Paris, France).

Marine joined in 2014 the group of Dr. Montse Casas-Cabanas at CIC energiGUNE (Vitoria-Gasteiz, Spain) as a postdoctoral researcher. From then, she has been continuing developing new polyanionic electrode materials for Li- and Na-ion batteries and she has focused part of her research on the microstructural characterization of layered compounds containing stacking faults. She has in particular taken part in the development of the program FAULTS (released in 2015 within the FullProf Suite) for the refinement of defective structures. In 2015, she was awarded a Juan de la Cierva-Formación fellowship (2016-2017) and a José Castillejos mobility grant for a research stay within the internationally-recognized group of Prof. Van Tendeloo (Electron microscopy for MATerial sciences, University of Antwerp, Belgium).

She is author of 24 scientific publications in peer-reviewed international journals, co-inventor of an international patent and co-author of a refinement program. She has 18 contributions (11 imparted talks) to international conferences and national congresses. She has been involved in different industrial and competitive regional, national and European research projects, and she maintains several collaborations with international groups. She has supervised 9 undergraduate, master and PhD students. She has been recognized by several awards, among others, the "Prix de thèse 2014 de l'Université Picardie Jules Verne" for her Ph.D. thesis and she is finalist in of the "III Premio Jóvenes Investidores IUMA 2017" awarded to a young researcher by the Instituto Universitario de Materials de Alicante.

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