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FunPrint - Surface functionalization by printing processes

Group leader

Aurore DENNEULIN, Associate Professor / HDR*

Research areas

Data processing

♦ Digital workflows management.
♦ Colorimetric modelling.
 

Formulation and characterization of complex fluids

♦ Eco-design of complex fluids.
♦ Functional inks and fluids for 3D printing.
♦ Characterization of complex fluids: compositions, rheological and physico-chemical properties.
 

Development and characterization of functional components and systems

♦ Printing processes engineering and control of the ink transfer.
♦ Assembly of components: choice of processes and control of the functionalities of the final products.
♦ Specific characterizations of functional components and systems: physical properties of substrates, interactions fluid /substrate.

Permanent researchers

Nadège ANDRÉ, Engineer
Technical realization of the team's research projects.
Lisa ANDREY, CNRS Engineer Assistant
Technical realization of the team's research projects.
Davide BENEVENTI, CNRS Research Director / HDR*
Physical chemistry of colloids, deinking of recovered papers by froth flotation. 
Anne BLAYO, Lecturer Researcher / HDR*
Printing inks, colour reproduction and ink-substrate relationships.
Lionel CHAGAS, Lecturer Researcher
Numerical flow, colour management and quality control.
Didier CHAUSSY, Professor / HDR*
Process engineering (surface treatment, printing) - Surface functionalization by printing processes (energy: fuel cells, batteries, solar cells).
Denis CURTIL, Lecturer Researcher
Process supervision, control and sensors design.
Aurore DENNEULIN, Associate Professor / HDR*
Development of new applications of printing processes related to printed electronics and energy on various flexible substrates.
Nadège REVERDY-BRUAS, Associate Professor / HDR*
Screen printing - Deposit functional inks on flexible and rigid substrates - paper, silicon, ceramic - for applications in electronics and photovoltaics.
Jérémie VIGUIÉ, Research Engineer

*HDR = Accreditation to supervise research

Non-permanent researchers

Laëtitia BARDET PhD student
Elise BESSAC PhD student
Khaoula BOUZIDI Post-doctoral fellow
Amélie BROGLY PhD student
Jérôme CAPANNELLI PhD student
Fanny DAILLIEZ PhD student
Loreleï DOUARD Post-doctoral fellow
João Henrique FERREIRA DA CONCEIÇÃO PhD student
Erwan TROUSSEL PhD student

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Date of update July 19, 2022

Université Grenoble Alpes