CE24 - Micro et nanotechnologies pour le traitement de l’information et la communication

3D hybrid, compact, all-solid-state micro-capacitor for high-voltage and fast-charge electronics – MEMPACAP

Submission summary

The MEMPACAP project (48 months) proposes to fabricate compact and encapsulated fast-charge storage micro-sources with high storage capacity, operating in a wide temperature range (-50 to 150°C) and delivering a cell voltage that can be modulated from 10 to 50 volts. To reach this goal, this micro-source will combine a metal-type electrode with a large developed surface area, covered with a dielectric film, with a (pseudo)capacitive electrode to form a hybrid micro-capacitor. The ionic conduction will be achieved by a solid electrolyte (ionogel technology) in its most advanced version. The capacitance of a flat metal/dielectric electrode being low, it will be exacerbated by the use of a 3D hierarchical scaffold with a high specific surface on which the electrode materials (metal and insulator) will be deposited. The second (pseudo)capacitive electrode will be deposited on the back side of a hermetic cap. The application fields are numerous: powering sensors in the automobile industry, implanted defibrillators for the medical sector, energy sources for radar and power lasers, for aerospace and military applications. This collaborative project brings together 4 laboratories (IEMN, UCCS, IMN, CIRIMAT) with complementary skills.

Project coordination

CHRISTOPHE LETHIEN (UMR 8520 - IEMN - Institut d'Electronique, de Microélectronique et de Nanotechnologie)

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Partner

IEMN UMR 8520 - IEMN - Institut d'Electronique, de Microélectronique et de Nanotechnologie
IMN INSTITUT DES MATERIAUX DE NANTES JEAN ROUXEL
UCCS Unité de Catalyse et Chimie du Solide
CIRIMAT Centre national de la recherche scientifique

Help of the ANR 638,887 euros
Beginning and duration of the scientific project: November 2022 - 48 Months

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