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Launch of the sodium-ion research task force (CEA, CNRS, Collège de France).
The decision to build the Energy Hub is taken and funded by the Hauts de France region. The building would later be delivered in January 2017. Investment of the Hauts de France in the Energy Hub in Amiens delivered in January 2017 (22 M€, 5600 m2, 150 scientists).
First 18650 Na-ion cell , resulting from the work of the scientists of the RS2E network.
TIAMAT wins Ilab , a national competition to help start-ups develop innovative technologies. TIAMAT SAS is created.
Engineer ESPCI – IFP School, 10 years of industrial strategy consulting within ILIUM – BLOOMOON, which he was a founder. 6 years in the financial area for the chemical and automotive industry (PCAS, L’OREAL, RENAULT).
PhD from ICMCB, 5 years as a research scientist at Johnson Matthey working in the field of active materials synthesis, formulation and beyond Li-ion chemistries. Lead chemist in industrial collaboration.
Graduated from the Ecole Nationale Supérieure d’Arts et Métiers (ENSAM), 20 years of experience in industrial manufacturing Management, with various positions (Continuous Improvement, Quality, Maintenance, Production) in international companies (Crown Cork & Seal, Tarkett, Albea). Raised a 34 000 sqm production plant from greenfield, as project and technical Manager.
Graduated from Centrale Paris, HEC. Francois is a seasoned investment banker, private equity investor, startup/scaleup executive and serial entrepreneur (6 LBOs / Startups), with most of his career in high-tech software / hardware and medias.
Solid Chemistry & Energy Chair at College de France. Director of RS2E. 631 publications (h-index=112 ; 71 500 citations) – 300 international conferences, 80 patents. International distinctions : 2017 Samson Prize : Award for innovative scientific contribution to the development of alternative energies 2017 CNRS Innovation Medal, Centenary Prize in the Royal Society of Chemistry.
Laboratory director, LRCS (90 chercheurs - Amiens, France). 106 publications, 5 international invited talks, 7 patents.
Director of the ALISTORE network. Deputy Director of RS2E. 170 publications (h-index=58 ; 27 000 citations). 60 international invited talks, 11 patents. Prix Tajima (International Society of Electrochemistry) : Recognizes the contribution made by younger electrochemists RUSNANOPRIZE : International award in the field of nanotechnologies. CNRS Silver medal.
Co-inventor (1997, USA) Key LiFePO4 licenced by HYDROQUEBEC, 131 publications (h-index=48). 61 international invited talks, 13 patents
Group leader : Materials and batteries (35 researchers). 109 publications (h-index=39). 41 international invited talks. 2 patents