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Pr. Philippe Barboux


Academic degrees

1988: PhD in Materials Sciences, Paris 6 University (UPMC)
1984: 3rd cycle Thesis in Physical sciences, Materials sciences
1982: Master in Material Science Paris 6 University
1981: Engineering diploma from Ecole Polytechnique (Palaiseau)

Main collective and official responsibilities

Member of the Electrochemical society, Material Research Society, Société Chimique de France
Scientific advisor at Saint Gobain Recherche, Rhodia-Solvay

Research fields

• Inorganic chemistry and solution chemistry
• Glass functionalization and thin films
• Functional oxide and nanoparticles (metals, dielectrics, …)
• Electrochemical energy storage (Batteries, supercapacitors) 130 research papers ; 6 patents; H-index 36

Teaching in

Cristallography, Inorganic Chemistry, material science, electrochemical energy storage At University Pierre et Marie Curie, Chimie-Paristech, Master Rest


Domitille Giaume (Associated Prof.), Jean-Claude Badot (senior research Engineer), Xavier Petrissans (PhD student), Guilherm Van Staen (PhD student), Elise Nanini-Maury (PhD student)

Recent papers

  • Sorption of nickel and cobalt ions onto cobalt and nickel ferrites, B. Cabanas-Martin; S. Leclercq, P. Barboux,  J. of colloid and Interface Science, 360  (2011) 695-700 



  • Impact of Pore Size and Pore Surface Composition on the Dynamics of Confined Water in Highly Ordered Porous Silica, I. Matar Briman, D. Rebiscoul, O. Diat, J.M. Zanotti, P. Jollivet, P. Barboux, S. Gin, J. Phys. Chem. C 2012, 116, 7021−7028



  •  Solution synthesis of Y1_xBixVO4 for optical applications, K. Hakouk, D. Giaume , P. Barboux, J. Sablayrolles, Journal of Luminescence 132 (2012) 1389–1393.




  •  Solution synthesis of nanometric layered cobalt oxides for electrochemical applications, X. Petrissans, A. Bétard, D. Giaume, P. Barboux, B. Dunn, L. Sicard, J.Y. Piquemal,Electrochimica Acta, 66 (2012) 306-312.


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Philippe Barboux


Professor of Material science

Chimie ParisTech
Institut de Recherche de Chimie de Paris
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75231 Paris Cedex 05