Jean-François Hochepied is a researcher at the Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Mines de Paris, Center for Energy and Processes. He studied chemistry and physical chemistry at the Ecole Normale Supérieure de Cachan and Orsay University, then was a PhD researcher at the Commissariat à l’Energie Atomique (Saclay) and Paris VI (Jussieu) University in the field of synthesis and characterization of magnetic nanoparticles. After defending his PhD degree in 1999, he worked at the Ecole des Mines and he is now leading the Laboratory of Colloidal Systems in Industrial Processes since 2003. His research activities deal with syntheses of metallic oxides/hydroxides particles and nanoparticles by aqueous precipitation for various applications in biotechnology, cosmetics, catalysis, phosphors, fuel cells and nanocomposites. In 2007, he organized the Symposium A “Chemistry and Processes for Metal Oxide Nanoparticles Design” at the E-MRS Fall Meeting.
Y. SUZUKI, M.-H. BERGER, D. D’ELIA, P. ILBIZIAN, CH. BEAUGER, A. RIGACCI, J.-F. HOCHEPIED AND P. ACHARD. “Preparation and Microstructure of TiO2 Aerogel/TiO2 Nanowire Composite”, NANO, in press.
C. COUDUN, E. AMBLARD, J. GUIHAUMÉ , J.-F. HOCHEPIED, “Nanostructured Particles by Controlled Precipitation Techniques. Example of Nickel and Cobalt Hydroxides”, Catalysis Today, 124 (2007) 49-54.
A.P. ALMEIDA DE OLIVEIRA, J. HAFSAOUI, J.-F. HOCHEPIED, M.-H. BERGER, A.THOREL, “Synthesis of BaCeO3 and BaCeO0.9Y0.1O3-d from mixed oxalate precursors”, Journal of the European Ceramic Society, 27 (2007) 3597-3600.
C. COUDUN, F. GRILLON, J.-F. HOCHEPIED, “Surfactant effects on pH-controlled synthesis of nickel hydroxides”, Colloids and Surfaces A, 280 (2006) 23-31.
J.-F. HOCHEPIED, A.P. ALMEIDA DE OLIVEIRA, V. GUYOT-FERRÉOL AND J.-F. TRANCHANT, “Zinc oxide pompom-like particles from temperature-driven ammonia decomplexation”, J. Crystal Growth 283 (2005) 156-162.
C. COUDUN, J.-F. HOCHEPIED, “Nickel Hydroxide Stacks of Pancakes Obtained by the Coupled Effect of Ammonia and Template Agent”, J. Phys. Chem. B 109 (2005) 6069-6074.
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