Supercapacitors Based on Mixtures of Graphite/Graphene and Carbon Nanotubes (Graphene LIVE! Europe 2014)

Dr Paolo Bondavalli, Head Of Nanomaterials Group
THALES Research and Technology
Apr 01, 2014.


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Presentation Summary

• Supercapacitors based on mixtures of graphite/graphene and carbon nanotubes fabricated using dynamic spray-gun deposition technique : advantages of nanomaterials and of this highly versatile deposition technique
• Thales Research and Technology brief presentation and involvement in CE project concerning carbon based supercaps
• Why to use nanomaterials?
• Why mixtures of graphite and carbon nanotubes? Brief state of the art
• Fabrication of supercap electrodes using Dynamic Spray-Gun deposition technique
• Performances
• Conclusions and perspectives

Speaker Biography (Paolo Bondavalli)

Dr. Paolo Bondavalli is in charge of the transverse topic on nanomaterials at Thale Research and Technology. Presently his work is focused on the development of new materials (e.g. graphene, cnts, nanowires) for the new generation of electronics devices and for energy storage applications, memristor, electromagnetic shielding. Dr Bondavalli has received his Hdr in 2011, at Paris-Sud on a work on "devices based on random network of carbon nanotubes". During the last five years, he has participated, also as coordinator, in several EU projects (concerning CNTs, graphene, spintronics, energy) and ANR projects. He is involved in the Graphene Flagship initiative. He recently issued a book on Graphene ("Graphene and Related Materials: Properties and Applications" Ed Elsevier, pp 192, 2017).

Company Profile (Thales Group)

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