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MASTER Materials Sciences SPÉCIALITÉ Multifunctional materials and new technology for energy


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This Masters aims to give specialized formation to students in material sciences and their applications in the field of energy with emphasis on semiconductors, inorganic materials, polymers, materials for optics, thin layer materials, electrochemical storage , solar cells, fuel cells , electrochromic displays... This is an interdisciplinary Masters including Chemistry, Physics and Engineering.
 
  • Objectives
This Master trains specialists in the field of materials, especially thin film for the sector of new and sustainable energy.

The graduates will be able:
-To control the development, characterization of materials and assemble them to produce innovative devices
-Design and manufacture of new materials
Design systems in the context of new energies

The graduates will be operational as design engineers, R&D experts and experts in consultancy in related fields.
 
  • Courses
U.E. 1 Electrolytes, interfaces and materials
• Solvents / Electrolytes (20 h)
• Surfaces and interfaces (20 h)
• Conjugated organic materials (20 h)
• Materials for energy (20 h)

U.E. 2 Devices for Energy
• Batteries (20 h)
• Supercapacitors (20 h)
• Organic Photovoltaic, Organic light emitting diodes , organic electronics (20 h)
• Electrochromic displays (10h)
• Fuels cells (10 h)

U.E. 3 Inorganic materials
• Materials for optic (36 h)
• Physico-chemistry of no stochiometric solid oxide (14 h)

U.E. 4 Thin layers
• liquid or plasma depositions
• low consumption Memories: Materials and technology (26 h)

U.E. 5 Materials for new technologies
• Inorganic semi conductor Matériaux semi-conducteurs (10h)
• Materials for thermoelectric conversion (17h)
• Supraconductors (31h)

U.E. 6 Industrial culture (76 h)

U.E. 10 Stage (4-6 months)
  • Admission requirements
Master 1 in the field of material sciences, chemistry, physics.


Contacts

Larbi Ammor
Professor
UFR Sciences et Techniques
Département de Physique
Parc de Grandmont
37200 Tours
E-mail: larbi.ammor@univ-tours.fr
Phone: +33 (0)2 47 36 73 37

François Tran-Van
Professor
UFR Sciences et Techniques
Département de Chimie
Parc de Grandmont
37200 Tours
E-mail: francois.tran-van@univ-tours.fr
Phone: +33 (0)2 47 36 69 23
Fax: 02 47 36 70 73

www.mastermateriaux.phys.univ-tours.fr