Jacques Rozière

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A propos

Institut Charles Gerhardt Montpellier

Jacques Rozière is Full Professor of Chemistry at the University Montpellier 2. He lectures at the three levels of chemistry teaching, contributing mainly at the Licence and Masters levels, where his lecture courses include molecular chemistry, coordination chemistry and the chemistry of metal clusters, and novel functional materials. His research interests lie in the fields of proton transport and proton conducting inorganic solids and polymers, with particular application in proton exchange membrane fuel cells, and in the characterisation of solid acids using neutron techniques (incoherent inelastic neutron scattering, neutron diffraction), as well as local structural characterisation using X-ray absorption methods.
Jacques Rozière has developed research on materials having ion or molecular transfer properties: nanocomposite materials elaborated by ion exchange or intercalation, synthesis and preparation of proton conducting polymer, inorganic-organic hybrid or ceramic materials for application in the area of the electrochemical energy conversion.
Jacques Rozière directed the CNRS Laboratory for Molecular Aggregates and Inorganic Materials (UMR 5072) from 1995 to 2007, as well as the Aggregates, Interfaces and Energy Materials laboratory, one the eight teams of the Charles Gerhardt Institute for Molecular Chemistry and Materials (UMR 5253), from 2007-2010. He is coordinator of the EUBECELL project between the Chemistry, Environment and Sustainable Development Carnot Institute, CED2, in Montpellier, the Energies of the Future Carnot Institute in Grenoble, and the Institute for Chemical Technology Fraunhofer Institute, Karlsruhe. He is a member of the National University Counsel (1990-1992, and from 2006 to present).

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Thème de Recherche

  • Medium and high temperature electrolyte membranes and composite - electrodes for polymer electrolyte fuel cells
  • Materials for proton ceramic fuel cells
  • Catalysts for clean fuels and hydrogen generation
  • Materials for PEM electrolysers

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  • E. Wortham, B. Bonnet, D J. Jones, J. Rozière and G R. Burns
    Birnessite-type manganese oxide-alkylamine mesophases obtained by intercalation and their thermal behaviour,
    J. Mater. Chem. 2004, 14, 121-126
  • E. Rodriguez-Castellon, J. Merida-Robles, L. Diaz, P. Maireles-Torres, D J. Jones, J. Rozière and A. Jimenez-Lopez
    Hydrogenation and ring opening of tetralin on noble metal supported on zirconium doped mesoporous silica catalysts,
    Appl. Catal. A-Gen. 2004, 260, 9-18
  • M. Kargol, J. Zajac, D J. Jones, Th. Steriotis, J. Rozière and P. Vitse
    Porous silica materials derivatized with Cu and Ag cations for selective propene-propane adsorption from the gas phase, Aluminosilicate ion-exchanged monoliths,
    Chem. Mater. 2004, 16, 3911-3918
  • D J. Jones, E. Wortham, J. Rozière, F. Favier, J L. Pascal and L. Monconduit
    Manganese oxide nanocomposites, preparation and some electrochemical properties,
    J. Phys. Chem. Solids 2004, 65, 234-239
  • D J. Jones, J. Rozière, M. Jacquin, A. Jimenez-Lopez, E. Rodriguez-Castellon, M. Trejo-Menayo, M. Lenarda, L. Storaro, A. Vaccari and S. Albertazzi
    Cetane improvement of diesel with a novel bimetallic catalyst,
    J. Catal. 2004, 228, 447-459
  • M J. Ariza, D J. Jones, J. Rozière and J S. Lord
    Muon spectroscopy for studying magnetism and protons and lithium dynamics in spinel manganese oxides,
    J. Phys. Chem. Solids 2004, 65, 597-602
  • S. Albertazzi, N. Donzel, M. Jacquin, D Jones, M. Morisi, J. Rozière and A. Vaccari
    Role of the organic feed and the support acidity in hydrotreating reactions on Pd-Pt on MCM-41 catalysts,
    Catal. Lett. 2004, 96, 157-164
2003
  • J. Rozière and D J. Jones
    Non-fluorinated polymer materials for proton exchange membrane fuel cells,
    Ann. Rev. Mater. Res. 2003, 33, 503-555
  • E. Rodriguez-Castellon, A. Jimenez-Lopez, P. Maireles-Torres, D J. Jones, J. Rozière, M. Trombetta, G. Busca, M. Lenarda and L. Storaro
    Textural and structural properties and surface acidity characterisation of mesoporous silica-zirconia molecular sieves,
    J. Solid State Chem. 2003, 175, 159-169
  • M. Jacquin, D J. Jones, J. Rozière, S. Albertazzi, A. Vaccari, M. Lenarda, L. Storaro and R. Ganzerla
    Novel supported Rh, Pt, Ir, Ru mesoporous aluminosilicates as catalysts for the hydrogenation of naphthalene,
    Appl. Catal. A-Gen. 2003, 251, 131-141
  • G R. Burns, F. Favier, D J. Jones, J. Rozière and G J. Kearley
    Potential model for tetrathiafulvalene based on inelastic neutron scattering and Raman spectra,
    J. Chem. Phys. 2003, 119, 4929-4933
  • M J. Ariza, D Jones, J. Rozière, J S. Lord and D. Ravot
    Muon spin relaxation study of spinel lithium manganese oxides,
    J. Phys. Chem. B 2003, 107, 6003-6011
1998
  • A Lamrabte, J M. Janot, A Elmidaoui, P Zeta, Louis-Charles De Menorval, R Backov, J. Rozière, J L. Sauvajol and J Allegre
    Solid State Multinuclear Study of Iron Species in Natural and Modified Clinoptilolite from Tasajera Deposit. (Cuba).,
    Chem. Phys. Lett. 1998, 295, 257-262

Institut Charles Gerhardt Montpellier - Direction

UMR 5253 - CNRS/UM/ENSCM
  • Université de Montpellier
  • Place Eugène Bataillon
  • CC 1700 - Bâtiment 17 -1er étage
  • Tel: +33 (0)4 67 14 93 50
  • Email: direction@icgm.fr
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