Nathan Coutard graduated in 2015 from Université Pierre et Marie Curie in Paris. His end of masters internship was in Pr. Kylie Vincent’s lab at University of Oxford where he studied the regulatory hydrogenase from R. eutropha using in operando spectro-electrochemistry. He joined Dr Artero’s group for a PhD project that aims to optimize and integrate bio-inspired catalysts in a functional proton exchange membrane fuel cell. His work includes electrode nanostructuration, electrochemistry, catalyst design, synthesis and tinkering. He likes woodworking and eating.
F. Jaouen, D. Jones, N. Coutard, V. Artero, P. Strasser, A. Kucernak
Johnson Matthey Technological Review, 2018, 62, 231–255.
N. Coutard, N. Kaeffer, V Artero
Chemical Communications, 2016, 52, 13728
P.A. Ash, J. Liu, N. Coutard, N. Heidary, M. Horch, I. Gudim, T. Simler, I. Zebger, O. Lenz, and K.A. Vincent
The Journal of Physical Chemistry B, 2015, 119, 13807
Applied Physics Letters, 2018, 112, 113503
“Bio-inspired Noble Metal-Free Nanomaterials Approaching Platinum Performances for H2 Evolution and Uptake“ Nathan Coutard, Tran N. Huan, Reuben T. Jane, Phong. D. Tran and Vincent Artero, GDR Solar Fuels, Strasbourg, France, May 30-31 2016
“Bio-inspired Catalysts Approaching Platinum Performances for H2 Evolution and Uptake“ Nathan Coutard, Tran N. Huan, Reuben T. Jane, Phong. D. Tran and Vincent Artero, Hydrogenase, Marseilles, France, July 10-15 2016
“Bioinspired Nanomaterials for H2 Oxidation“ Nathan Coutard, Vincent Artero, Solar Fuel Institute Summer Workshop, Chicago, IL, USA, August 9-11 2016
“Bioinspired Nickel Molecular Catalysts for H2 Oxidation: Optimization and Integration in a Noble Metal-Free Fuel Cell“ Nathan Coutard, Adina Morozan, Vincent Artero, Journées chimie de Coordination, Grenoble, France, January 26-27 2017