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Angelique Jarry

Electrochemical Technologies Group
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
1 Cyclotron Road MS 70R0108B
Berkeley CA 94720
Office Location: 70-0193
(510) 486-4360

Angelique Jarry has been a postdoctoral fellow at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (LBNL) in Robert Kostecki’s group since November 2012. Dr. Jarry is working on Characterization of Interfaces and Interphases in Li-ion batteries system in the framework of the Batteries for Advanced Transportation Technologies (BATT) program. She uses novel in situ and ex situ spectroscopy and imaging methodologies such as NSOM, in situ fluorescence, Raman and X-ray absorption (XAS) to probe composition and dynamics of surface film formed between electrode/electrolyte during cycling of intermetallic anodes (Si) and high voltage Ni/Mn-based materials.

Prior to Joining LBNL, Dr. Jarry gained strong experience in oxide material synthesis and characterization at the Institute of Materials Jean Rouxel (IMN) Nantes, Paul Scherrer Institute (PSI) in Switzerland and the Bragg Institute in Australia. Her research interests range from synthesis with expertise in standard solid state and sol-gel synthesis methods as well as single crystal growth to basic physical, chemical and electrochemical property characterization (TGA, XRD, SEM, TEM, NMR, FTIR, EIS and DSC). She is also very familiar with neutron-based experiments including powder and single crystal neutron scattering (elastic and inelastic) and Muon-spin relaxation to perform atomic and magnetic structure determination and study atomic diffusion pathways.

Awards/Honors

  • Young scientist award 2012 : E-MRS :Award in recognition of the outstanding paper contributed to Symposium F (Solid Proton Conductors)
  • Best oral presentation: Doctoral school award: Investigation of boped barium indates as potential proton-conducting fuel cell electrolytes

Seminars

A BaIn0.6Ti0.2M0.2O2.6-s(OH)2s structural investigation upon dehydration process by means of thermal X-ray, neutron and electron diffraction, NMR, infrared and QENS ; A. Jarry, E. Quarez, J.M. Zanotti, F. Porcher, E. Suard, O. Joubert ; talk,  SSPC16, September 2012, Grenoble, France

Structural investigation of a PCFC Electrolyte ; A Jarry, E. Quarez, M.T. Caldes, P. Leone, J-M. Zanotti, F. Porcher, O. Joubert ; GDR PACS, June 2012, Belfort, France

A BaIn0.6Ti0.2M0.2O2.6-s(OH)2s structural investigation by means of thermal X-ray, neutron and electron diffraction, NMR, infrared and QENS, A. Jarry, E. Quarez, M.T. Caldes, P. Leone, J.M. Zanotti, F. Porcher, O. Joubert, talk, E-MRS, May 2012, Strasbourg, France

Investigation of Doped Barium Indates as potential Proton-Conducting Fuel Cell Electrolyte, A. Jarry, E. Quarez, O. Joubert, talk, SSI-18, July 2011, Varsaw, Poland

Rare earth effects on conductivity and stability properties of BaIn0.6 Ti0.2Ln0.2O2.6 (Ln = Pr, Nd, Gd, Ho, Dy, Er, Yb, Lu) as potential Proton-Conducting Fuel Cell Electrolyte ; A. Jarry, E. Quarez, O. Joubert ; GDR PACS, June 2011, Nantes, France

Investigation of Doped Barium Indates as potential Proton-Conducting Fuel Cell Electrolyte, A. Jarry, K. Kravchyk, E. Quarez, O. Joubert ; talk, E-MRS, May 2011, Nice, France

Investigation of Doped Barium Indates as potential Proton-Conducting Fuel Cell Electrolyte, A. Jarry, E. Quarez, O. Joubert ; The third international forum on multidiscplinary education and research for energy science, talk, december 2010, Okinawa, Japan

Barium titanium indate substituted by Zr or rare earth elements for use as electrolyte in proton-conducting SOFC ; E. Quarez, A. Jarry, O. Joubert ; talk, E-MRS, June 2010, Strasbourg, France

Education

PhD Chemistry and Physics, Nantes
Masters Large Scale Facilities, University of Rennes and Ludwig Maximillians University of Munich (LMU)