Chemistry and Materials for Energy | MOST – IMCN UCLouvain


Seasonal Greetings from NRJ group !!!

Compliments of the Season and best wishes - with great science results and many excellent papers - for the Next Year 2023 !

Congratulations Jérôme for the FRIA PhD fellowship! Great time and science ahead!

Congratulations Rambabu for the Best Poster Award at OBD2022 ! Another proof of excellent science we are doing!

Congratulations to Xiaodong for being awarded the prestigious Marie Curie IF fellowship to continue his research journey in my lab !


Vlad NRJ Group research has primarily focus on design and synthesis of materials and architectures to address the new challenges arising in the field of electrochemical energy storage and conversion. Due to the unique combination of research background in organic materials and inorganic nanomaterials, our group develops interest in novel electrolyte chemistries and interfacial transport phenomena; alkali metal batteries and SEI studies; along with synthesis and electrochemistry of exotic inorganic phases for alkali and alkali earth cation storage.


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The Laboratory of Energy Materials and Devices at the University catholique de Louvain is headed by Prof. Vlad. The lab occupies an area of ~300 m2 in wings A.3 and B.2, Lavoisier Building. This space is compartmentalized into two materials synthesis labs and several device characterization labs, all conforming to the highest safety standards.
We have a strong battery and supercapacitor expertise with facilities ranging from materials synthesis and fundamental characterization to advance device manufacture and testing.

State-of-art equipment and tools for complex synthesis, sophisticated processing and advanced analysis are available for research and service.

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