Fellow, Electricity and Hydrogen for Transportation Division, CEA-Liten
Inside PEMFC thanks to Neutron and X-Ray Operando characterisations
✦ Thursday December, 1st – 15:25
Dr. Arnaud Morin graduated from the Ecole Nationale Supérieure de Physique in 2001 in Functional Material. After his PhD, on membrane development for Proton Exchange Membrane for fuel cell co-funded by EDF, CNRS and CEA, he has been hired as a research-engineer at the Technological Research Directorate of CEA and works in the field of PEMFC for now 20 years. He more specifically works in the development of components and electrochemical characterizations of the membrane electrode assembly. A significant part of its activity is devoted to the development of operando characterizations techniques using either Neuton and X-Rays to understand the operation and aging of PEMFC. He is the holder of about 50 publication and 20 patents.