Research engineer in transmission electron microscopy and fuel cells ■ CEA-Liten
Since 2005, her research has focused on the advanced characterization of fuel cell membrane/electrode assemblies (MEAs) using electron microscopy. Today, she has great expertise in the knowledge of the electrode microstructure as well as in the understanding of the degradation mechanism of MEA components as a function of their operating conditions. For these studies, she uses state of the art electron microscopes, allowing her to characterize both the structure and the chemical composition of the materials down to the atomic scale. More recently, she analyzes the structure of the electrodes in 3D using electron tomography technique.
She works with industrial partners and in the framework of numerous European projects whose objectives are to increase the performance and durability of PEMFCs.
She is co-author of more than 80 scientific publications in international reviews.