Dr Mónica Burriel is a CNRS Research Scientist in the Laboratoire des Matériaux et du Génie Physique (LMGP, CNRS, Grenoble-INP) in Grenoble, France. After carrying out her PhD in the ICMAB Institute (Barcelona, Spain), she worked in the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (Karlsruhe, Germany), Imperial College London (London, UK) and the Catalonia Institute for Energy Research (Barcelona, Spain). She currently leads the “Oxides for Nanoionic Devices” group at LMGP devoted to the study of ion conducting and mixed ionic-electronic conducting (MIEC) oxides for several microtechnology applications, including micro Solid Oxide Fuel Cells (μ-SOFC), neuromorphic computing systems and non-volatile valence change memories (ReRAMs). Mónica has an extensive expertise in the effect of the structure, microstructure and composition of perovskites on their functional properties, and in particular in oxygen surface exchange, and ionic and electronic transport. Her current research on thin films for electrochemical and memristive micro-devices focuses on the deposition (by MOCVD), structure/microstructure control and optimization of the electronic and ionic transport of functional oxides. She has supervised or is currently supervising a total of 8 PhD students, 6 Masters/Engineering students and 3 postdocs. In addition, she has published 46 peer reviewed papers with more than 1400 citations (h-index=19) in internationally recognized journals.
Link Mónica Burriel: http://www.lmgp.grenoble-inp.fr/annuaire-/burriel-monica–565040.kjsp
Link “Oxides for Nanoionic Devices” group: http://www.lmgp.grenoble-inp.fr/nanomaterials-and-advanced-heterostructures-nanomat-/oxides-for-nanoionic-devices-958351.kjsp