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Dr. Sophie TINGRY

Sophie TINGRY has formal training in Electrochemistry and received her PhD from the University of Grenoble in 1996. After post-doctoral research in the lab of Prof. M. Grätzel (University of Lausane, Switzerland) and A. Hagfeldt (University of Uppsala, Sweden) on solar cells, she was assistant professor for one year at the University of J. Fourier, and in October 2000, she accepted a position as CNRS researcher at the European Institute of Membranes in Montpellier (UMR CNRS 5635, France).
She is currently developing processes with potential applications in environment and energy fields. Her research activities focuse on bioelectrochemistry, electrocatalysis, physico-chemistry, electrode materials and microfluidics for the development of electrochemical systems for energy harvesting systems .In 2003, her main activity concerns the development of enzymatic biofuel cells that use enzymes as catalysts to produce electricity. A first generation of miniature biofuel cells has been produced based on microfluidics concepts for potential applications in small electronic devices. Biofuel cells are attractive for microelectronic devices as well as implantable devices.
From April 2017, her scientific production included a co-authorship of 73 scientific papers and proceedings, 2 book chapters, and presentation of over 20 oral communications at national and international congresses. From 2015, she is team responsible of the group “Interfaces & Electrochemistry” within the department IP2 of the Institute.

ResearcherID : B-7983-2016
ORCID ID: 0000-0001-6311-9330

  • Phone : : 04 67 14 91 57
  • e-Mail : sophie.tingry@umontpellier.fr