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The Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (CNRS) is a state-funded science and technology establishment placed under the authority of the French Ministery of Research with around 25,000 people. The mission of CNRS is to assess and conduct any research of utility towards the advancement of science and to the economic, social and cultural progress of France.

CNRS has associated third parties which are considered as mixed units between University staff and CNRS researchers. The responsible for CNRS is administration at CNRS, while most of researchers have email addresses from hosting Universities. Two third parties are included in the HELIS project: CNRS – LRCS and CNRS – IPREM.


The Laboratory of Reactivity and Solid State Chemistry (LRCS) was founded in 1968 and became a joint Research Institute between the CNRS and the University of Picardie Jules Verne, Amiens (UMR 7314) in 2000. It consists of 75 researchers, of whom 32 are permanent; the remainders are PhD students and postdocs. The laboratory has expertise in design and development of tailored materials for batteries (active material and electrolyte), as well as in interface characterisation through in situ microscopy techniques with a recent and strong emphasis on modelling and safety aspects of battery components.

 

Contact person: Dr. Mathieu Morcrette

 

IPREM (Institute of Analytical Sciences and Physical Chemistry for Environment and Materials) is a joint Research Institute of UPPA (Université de Pau et des Pays de l'Adour) and CNRS (UMR 5254). It consists of about 200 researchers including 110 permanent staff. It is a multi-field research centre dedicated to research on environment and materials, organised in four teams. The Physical Chemistry Team (ECP) develops a specific expertise in research on materials surfaces and interfaces (inorganic and hybrid compounds) with an important part of its activities in the field of energy and environment. A major research activity of the team is dedicated to electrochemical storage of energy (Li-ion batteries and microbatteries, Li-Sulfur and Sodium-ion batteries). This research activity is recognised by the participation of the team to the French research network on electrochemical storage of energy (RS2E) and to the European Research Institute Alistore. This expertise in surface science dedicated to materials for energy is supported by up-to-date surface characterisation tools: X-ray Photoelectron Spectroscopy (XPS) (three machines), Auger Electron Spectroscopy (one machine), Time-of-Flight Secondary Ion Mass Spectrometry (ToF-SIMS) (one machine) and Atomic Force Microscopy (AFM).

 

Contact person: Dr. Rémi Dedryvère

Link: http://www.cnrs.fr/index.php

 

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