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Grissa Rabeb

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Groupe Electrochimie et Couches Minces

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2013 Diplôme Ingénieur ECPM (Strasbourg, France)

2017 PhD – University of Pau (Pau, France)

I study the lithium dendritic growth during lithium batteries cycling by operando optical microscopy. I am also interested on post-mortem characterization mainly by SEM, XPS and XPS imaging of lithium batteries negative and positive electrodes.

Research activity:

November 2013 - February 2017: PhD at IPREM-Pau-France, under the direction of prof. Hervé Martinez.
March 2017 – August 2018: Postdoc at Institute of Materials Jean Rouxel (IMN) - University of Nantes - CNRS, under the direction of Dr. Dominique Guyomard and Dr. Philippe Moreau.
Since September 2018: Postdoc at the laboratory "Physique de la Matière Condensée" Ecole Polytechnique (Palaiseau France) under the direction of Dr. Michel Rosso.

Selected publications:

• Stephant, N.; Grissa, R.; Guillou, F.; Bretaudeau, M.; Borjon-piron, Y.; Guillet, J.; Moreau, P. New Airtight Transfer Box for SEM Experiments : Application to Lithium and Sodium Metals Observation and Analyses. Micron 2018, 110, 10–17.
• Cotte, S.; Pelé, V.; Pecquenard, B.; Le Cras, F.; Grissa, R.; Bourgeois, L.; Sougrati, M. T.; Martinez, H. Iron Molybdate Thin Films Prepared by Sputtering and Their Electrochemical Behavior in Li Batteries. J. Alloys Compd. 2018, 735, 1454–1462.
• Grissa, R.; Martinez, H.; Cotte, S.; Galipaud, J.; Pecquenard, B.; Cras, F. Le. Thorough XPS Analyses on Overlithiated Manganese Spinel Cycled around the 3V Plateau. Appl. Surf. Sci. 2017, 411, 449–456.
• Grissa, R.; Martinez, H.; Pelé, V.; Cotte, S.; Pecquenard, B.; Le Cras, F. An X-Ray Photoelectron Spectroscopy Study of the Electrochemical Behaviour of Iron Molybdate Thin Films in Lithium and Sodium Cells. J. Power Sources 2017, 342, 796–807.
• Cotte, S.; Pecquenard, B.; Le Cras, F.; Grissa, R.; Martinez, H.; Bourgeois, L. Lithium-Rich Manganese Oxide Spinel Thin Films as 3 V Electrode for Lithium Batteries. Electrochim. Acta 2015, 180, 528–534.