Professor at the School of Physics-Electronics-Materials (Phelma) of the Polytechnic Institute of Grenoble (Grenoble-INP) and member of the Institut Universitaire de France, Marian Chatenet teaches electrochemistry in the broad sense. His research activities concern interfacial electrochemistry and electrocatalysis, applied to open electrochemical generators (fuel cells and metal-air batteries). He is particularly interested in the degradation mechanisms of electrocatalysts and active layers of proton exchange membrane fuel cells, as well as in electrocatalyst materials and the mechanisms of alkaline fuel cell reactions (oxidation of complex fuels, reduction oxygen). In June 2014, his scientific output was 6 book chapters, 86 publications in peer-reviewed international journals, 3 patents, approximately 140 communications in (inter)national conferences (including 27 invited) and approximately 20 invited seminars.

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Fuel Cells

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