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Rosso Michel

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My two main research activities concern out of equilibrium growth phenomena, particularly in electrochemistry, and the study of the negative electrode properties in lithium batteries. I also devote a part of my activity to the study of metal organic frameworks (MOFs) deposited on functionalized surfaces of silicon.
Concerning out of equilibrium growth, I am particularly interested in the early stages, before and during the onset, of dendritic growth in electrochemistry.
One of my activities on lithium batteries is an extension of the latter subject: I study dendritic growth on the lithium anode. This activity is supported by the ANR in the framework of the COPOLIBAT2 project (collaboration with Bolloré, Universities of Grenoble, Nantes...).
Besides, with my colleagues from the Group "Electrochemistry and Thin Films", I am studying silicon electrodes: the very large energy capacity of this material makes it a very promising candidate for future batteries. The PMC laboratory has been involved on this subject in collaboration with SAFT, with ENSCP and, through a program coordinated by ParisTech, with Renault.

Recent papers:
 Growth of Fe-BDC Metal Organic Frameworks onto functionalized Si (111) surfaces, Hongye Yuan, Weichu Fu, Nadia Soulmi, Christian Serre, Nathalie Steunou, Michel Rosso, Catherine Henry-de-Villeneuve, Chemistry - An Asian Journal (in press).
 Controlling homogeneity of the first lithiation in methylated amorphous silicon Yue Feng, Abdelhak Cheriet, Marianthi Panagopoulou, Catherine Henry-de-Villeneuve, Michel Rosso, François Ozanam, Electrochimica Acta 403 (2022) 139655.
 Lithiation of pure and methylated amorphous silicon: monitoring by operando optical microscopy and ex situ atomic force microscopy, Yue Feng, Thuy-Doan-Trang Ngo, Marianthi Panagopoulou, Abdelhak Cheriet, Bon Min Koo, Catherine Henry-de-Villeneuve, Michel Rosso, François Ozanam, Electrochim. Acta 302 (2019) 249-258
 Lithiation mechanism of methylated amorphous silicon unveiled by operando ATR-FTIR spectroscopy, B.M. Koo, D.A. Dalla Corte, J.-N. Chazalviel, F. Maroun, M. Rosso and F. Ozanam, Adv. Energy Mater., 8 (2018) 1702568
 Spectroscopic insight into Li-ion batteries during operation: an alternative infrared approach, D.A. Dalla Corte, G. Caillon, C. Jordy, J.-N. Chazalviel, M. Rosso and F. Ozanam, Adv. Energy Mater., 6 (2016) 1501768
 Molecular grafting on silicon anodes: artificial Solid-Electrolyte Interphase and surface stabilization, D.A. Dalla Corte, A.C. Gouget-Laemmel, K. Lahlil, G. Caillon, C. Jordy, J.-N. Chazalviel, T. Gacoin, M. Rosso and F. Ozanam, Electrochim. Acta 201 (2016) 70-77
 Silicon as anode material for Li-ion batteries, F. Ozanam and M. Rosso, Materials Science and Engineering, B 213 (2016) 2–11
 Effect of lithiation potential and cycling on chemical and morphological evolution of Si thin film electrode studied by ToF-SIMS, C. Pereira-Nabais, J. Swiatowska, M. Rosso, F. Ozanam, A. Seyeux, A. Gohier, P. Tran-Van, M. Cassir and P. Marcus, ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces, 6 (2014) 13023-13033
 Electrodeposition of metals in microgravity conditions, K. Nishikawa, Y. Fukunaka, E. Chassaing and M. Rosso, Electrochimica Acta, 100 (2013) 342-349
 Methylated silicon: a longer cycle-life material for Li-ion batteries, L. Touahir, A. Cheriet, D. Alves Dalla Corte, J.-N. Chazalviel, C. Henry de Villeneuve, F. Ozanam, I. Solomon, A. Keffous, N.-E. Gabouze and M. Rosso, J. Power Sources, 240 (2013) 551-557
 Optical Observation of Li Dendrite Growth in Ionic Liquid, T. Nishida, K. Nishikawa, M. Rosso and Y. Fukunaka, Electrochimica Acta., 100 (2013) 333-341