Mohamed Ben Hassine
Atomic Structure-Composition of Materials
Mohamed Ben Hassine is a Research Fellow at INL working in the Atomic Structure-Composition of Materials group at the Advanced Electron Microscopy, Imaging and Spectroscopy Department.
Him research activities is focus on the high resolution TEM characterization of graphene-based materials. The aim is to identify the electronic structure of two twisted monolayers of graphene. This work is part of the consortium industrial-academic project GNESIS- Graphenest’s New Engineered System and its Implementation Solutions, funded by FEDER under project no.033566.
Mohamed holds a PhD degree in Materials science from the University of Picardie Jules Verne, France. During him PhD he used different electron microscopy techniques to understand the aging mechanisms of lithium-ion battery materials (Li[Ni1-x-yMnxCoy]O2 oxide//carbon graphite). He also had the opportunity to conduct research abroad and collaborate with industrial and academics groups: SAFT Company, university Paris-Sud,..
- M. Sathiya, M. Ben Hassine, J. M. Tarascon et al.,
Reversible anionic redox chemistry in high-capacity layered-oxide electrodes
Nature Materials, 12 (2013) 827–835
- D. Ciria, M. Ben Hassine, et al.,
Fast degradation in hydrogen of Yttrium-doped Barium Zirconate electrolytes prepared with Ni additive
Journal of Power Sources, 321 (2016) 226-232
- B. Tian, M. Ben Hassine et al.,
Interfacial memristors in Al–LaNiO3 heterostructures
Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys., 19 (2017) 16960-16968
- A.Arora, M. Ben Hassine et al.,
Switching on Superferromagnetism
Physical Review Materials, 3 (2019) 024403