Publications

Books

1. P. Knauth, J. Schoonman, ed. Nanocrystalline Metals and Oxides: Selected Properties and Applications, Kluwer Academic, Boston (2002), 256 p.

2. P. Knauth, J. Schoonman, ed. Nanostructured Materials – Selected Synthesis Methods, Properties and Applications, Kluwer Academic, Boston (2002), 200 p.

3. H. Ghobarkar, O. Schäf, Y. Massiani, P. Knauth, The Reconstruction of Natural Zeolites, Kluwer Academic, Dordrecht (2003), 166 p.

4. P. Knauth, J. Schoonman, ed. Nanocomposites: Ionic Conducting Materials and Structural Spectroscopies, Springer, New York (2008), 276 p.

5. M. L. Di Vona, P. Knauth, ed. Solid State Proton Conductors: Properties and Application in Fuel Cells, Wiley, Oxford (2012).

Editor of Proceedings and Special Volumes of International Journals

1. P. Knauth, J.-M. Tarascon, E. Traversa, H. L. Tuller, Solid State Ionics-2002, Materials Research Society Proceedings Volume 735, Warrendale (2003), 575 p.

2. P. Knauth, C. Masquelier, E. Traversa, E. D. Wachsman, Solid State Ionics-2004, Materials Research Society Proceedings Volume 842, Warrendale (2005), 378 p.

3. P. Knauth, T. Djenizian, P. Schmuki, Electrochemistry and Nanotechnology, J. Electroceramics, 16 (Vol. 1) (2006).

4. T. Djenizian, A. Etcheberry, P. Knauth, L. Santinacci, Electrochemistry and Nanotechnologies, Comptes Rendus Chimie, 11 (Vol. 9) (2008).

5. P. Knauth, M. L. Di Vona, G. Alberti, Electrodes for PEM Fuel Cells, Fuel Cells, 10 (Vol. 2) (2010).

6. M. L. Di Vona, P. Knauth, G. Alberti, Proton-conducting membranes for PEM fuel cells, Journal of Power Sources, 195 (Vol. 23) (2010).

7. J. Hertz, M. L. Di Vona, P. Knauth, H. L. Tuller, Advanced Materials for Fuel Cells, Journal of Materials Research, 27 (2012).

8. M. L. Di Vona, P. Knauth, J. Roziere, T. Norby, Solid Proton Conductors: Oxides and Polymers, Fuel Cells, 13 (Vol. 1) (2013).

Patents

1. P. Knauth, I. A. Schwirtlich, Process for producing metal wafers and use of silicon wafers, Brevet européen EP 0497148 (1992), 9 pages.

2. P. Knauth, H. Lange, I. A. Schwirtlich, K. Wambach, Process for the production of metal foils and their use, Brevet européen EP 0501231 (1992), 8 pages.

3. P. Knauth, I. A. Schwirtlich, Process for the production of metal wafers and the use of silicon wafers, Brevet US N°5298109 (1994), 5 pages.

4. P. Knauth, H. Lange, I. A. Schwirtlich, K. Wambach, Process for the production of semiconductor foils and their use, Brevet US N° 5490477 (1996), 7 pages.

5. J.-R. Desmurs, E. Dunach, P. Knauth, V. Morizur, S. Olivero, Nouveaux polymères contenant des sels de lithium ou de sodium de sulfonamides, leurs procédés de préparation et leurs utilisations comme électrolytes pour batteries, Demande de brevet français WO 2016/012669 A1 (23/7/2014).

6. J.-R. Desmurs, E. Dunach, P. Knauth, V. Morizur, S. Olivero, Nouveaux polymères contenant des sels de lithium ou de sodium de bis(sulfonyl)imides greffés, leurs procédés de préparation et leurs utilisations comme électrolytes pour batteries, Demande de brevet français WO 2016/012670 A1 (23/7/2014).

 

Articles in international journals
  1. P. Knauth, G. Schwitzgebel, Enthalpies of defect formation in lead titanate and lead zirconate, Mat. Res. Bull., 21, 115-120 (1986).
  2. P. Knauth, G. Schwitzgebel, Molar heat capacity of lead titanate of variable stoichiometry, Ann. Chim. Sci. Mat., 11, 537-542 (1986).
  3. P. Knauth, G. Schwitzgebel, Emf And Calorimetric Investigations Of Antimony Oxides, Ber. Bunsenges. Phys. Chem., 92, 32-35 (1988).
  4. P. Knauth, G. Schwitzgebel, Calorimetric Investigations on the SbNbO4-SbSbO4 System, J. Thermal Anal., 33, 619-623 (1988).
  5. P. Knauth, R. Sabbah, Energetics Of Intramolecular And Intermolecular Bonds In Omega-Alkanediols .1. Calorimetric Investigation Of The Enthalpies Of Vaporization At 298.15 K, Bull. Soc. Chim. Fr., 834-836 (1988).
  6. P. Knauth, R. Sabbah, Combustion calorimetry on milligram samples of liquid substances with a CRMT rocking bomb calorimeter. Application to the study of ω-alkanediols at 298.15 K, J. Chem. Thermodynamics, 21, 203-210 (1989).
  7. P. Knauth, R. Sabbah, Combustion calorimetry on milligram samples of hygroscopic solid substances with a CRMT rocking bomb calorimeter thermochemical study of ω-alkanediols at 298.15 K. Part II, J. Chem. Thermodynamics, 21, 779-784 (1989).
  8. P. Knauth, R. Sabbah, Energetics of intra- and intermolecular bonds in ω-alkanediols : Thermochemical study of 1,2-ethanediol, 1,3-propanediol, 1,4-butanediol, and 1,5-pentanediol at 298.15 K, Struct. Chem., 1, 43-46 (1990).
  9. P. Knauth, R. Sabbah, Development And Applications of A Low-Temperature Differential Thermal Analyzer (77 < T,K < 330), J. Thermal Anal., 36, 969-977 (1990).
  10.  P. Knauth, G. Schwitzgebel, Thermodynamic properties of antimony(III) niobate(V), J. Chem. Thermodynamics, 22, 481-485 (1990).
  11. P. Knauth, R. Sabbah, Energetics of inter. and intramolecular bonds in alkanediols. iv. the thermochemical study of 1,2-alkanediols at 298.15 K, Thermochim. Acta, 164, 145-152 (1990).
  12. P. Knauth, R. Sabbah, Thermochemistry Of Organic-Compounds - A Review On Experimental Methods And Present-Day Research Activities, Bull. Soc. Chim. Fr., 127, 329-346 (1990).
  13. P. Knauth, A. Charaï, D. Roux, P. Gas, C. Bergman, Calorimetric and microstructural study of nickel-silicon thin-film reactions, Appl. Surf. Sci., 53, 120-125 (1991).
  14. P. Knauth, A. Charaï, C. Bergman, P. Gas, Grain growth and reaction in nickel-silicon thin-films, Ber. Bunsenges. Phys. Chem., 95, 1410-1413 (1991).  
  15. P. Knauth, R. Sabbah, Energetics Of Intramolecular And Intermolecular Bonds In Omega-Alkanediols .3. Thermochemical Study Of 1,6-Hexanediol, 1,7-Heptanediol, 1,8-Octanediol, 1,9-Nonanediol, And 1,10-Decanediol At 298.15k, Can. J. Chem., 68, 731-734 (1990).
  16. P. Knauth, G. Schwitzgebel, Calorimetric and analytical investigations on nonstoichiometric lead lanthanum titanates, J. Solid State Chem., 99, 213-218 (1992).
  17. P. Knauth, A. Charaï, P. Gas, Grain growth of pure nickel and of a Ni-Si solid solution studied by differential scanning calorimetry on nanometer-sized crystals, Scr. Metall., 28, 325-330 (1993).
  18. P. Knauth, A. Charaï, C. Bergman, P. Gas, Calorimetric Analysis of Thin-Film Reactions - Experiments and Modeling in the Nickel/Silicon System, J. Appl. Phys., 76, 5195-5201 (1994).
  19. J.-E. Masse, P. Knauth, P. Gas, A. Charaï, Point defect creation induced by solid-state reaction between nickel and silicon, J. Appl. Phys., 77, 934-938 (1995).
  20. S. Villain, J. Cabané, D. Roux, L. Roussel, P. Knauth, Electrical properties of CuI and the phase boundary Cu ¦ CuI, Solid State Ionics, 76, 229-235 (1995).
  21. P. Knauth, H. Lange, I. Schwirtlich, K. Wambach, Process for the production of semiconductor foils and their use, Solar Energy, 57, 163 (1996).
  22. S. Villain, M.-A. Desvals, G. Clugnet, P. Knauth, Study of polycrystalline CuBr and the interface Cu/CuBr by impedance spectroscopy, Solid State Ionics, 83, 191-198 (1996).
  23. S. Villain, M.-A. Desvals, P. Knauth, Copper Halides as Model Compounds for Study of Interfaces in Ionic Crystals, Ionics, 2, 208-212 (1996).
  24. S. Villain, J. Cabané, P. Knauth, Study of Nanostructured Materials by Solid State Electrochemistry, Ionics, 2, 459-462 (1996).
  25. M.-A. Desvals, P. Knauth, Study of Two-Phase Mixtures Copper(I) Bromide-Alumina by Impedance Spectroscopy, J. Phys. Chem. Solids, 58, 319-325 (1997).
  26. A. Becquart, F. Cabané, P. Knauth, Electrical Conductivity of Composite Solid Electrolytes Copper(I) Bromide-Titanium Dioxide, J. Electroceramics, 1, 173-177 (1997).
  27. S. Villain, P. Knauth, G. Schwitzgebel, Electrodeposition of Nanocrystalline Silver : Study of Grain Growth by Measurement of Reversible E.m.f., J. Phys. Chem. B, 101, 7452-7454 (1997).
  28. J. Rogez, P. Knauth, Experimental Evidence for a Demixing Phenomenon in the Liquid State around the Binary Compound CoSi2, J. Phys. Chem. B, 101, 6692-6694 (1997).
  29. J.-M. Debierre, P. Knauth, G. Albinet, Enhanced conductivity in ionic conductor-insulator composites : Experiments and numerical model, Appl. Phys. Lett., 71, 1335-1337 (1997).
  30. S. Villain, J. Cabané, P. Knauth, Solid State Electrochemical Characterisation of Nanostructured Silver Prepared by Cold-Rolling and Internal Oxidation, Scr. Mater., 38, 1003-1007 (1998)
  31. P. Knauth, Y. Massiani, Mott-Schottky analysis of polycrystalline copper(I) bromide in aqueous electrolytes, J. Electroanal. Chem., 442, 229-235 (1998).
  32. J.-L. Seguin, M. Bendahan, G. Lollmun, M. Pasquinelli, P. Knauth, Preparation of thin films of copper(I) bromide by r.f. sputtering : morphology and electrical properties, Thin Solid Films, 323, 31-36 (1998).
  33. P. Knauth, Y. Massiani, M. Pasquinelli, Semiconductor Properties of Polycrystalline CuBr by Hall Effect and Capacitive Measurements, phys. stat. sol. (a), 165, 461-465 (1998).
  34. P. Knauth, G. Schwitzgebel, A. Tschöpe, S. Villain, Emf Measurements on Nanocrystalline Copper-Doped Ceria, J. Solid State Chem., 140, 295-299 (1998).
  35. P. Knauth, G. Albinet, J.-M. Debierre, Enhanced Electrical Conductivity of CuBr-TiO2 Composites : Dependence on Temperature, Volume Fractions and Grain Sizes, Ber. Bunsenges. Phys. Chem., 102, 945-952 (1998).
  36. P. Knauth, H. L. Tuller, Electrical and Defect Thermodynamic Properties of Nanocrystalline Titanium Dioxide, J. Appl. Phys., 85, 897-902 (1999).
  37. H. Ghobarkar, O. Schäf, P. Knauth, Temperature effect on hydrothermal synthesis of Wairakite and Hsianghualite, Ann. Chim. Sci. Mat., 24, 209-215 (1999).
  38. J.-L. Seguin, M. Bendahan, P. Lauque, C. Jacolin, M. Pasquinelli, P. Knauth, Mixed ionic-electronic conducting thin-films of CuBr : a new active component for gas sensors ?, Sensors and Actuators A, 74, 237-241 (1999).
  39. P. Lauque, M. Bendahan, J.-L. Seguin, M. Pasquinelli, P. Knauth, Electrical Properties of Thin-Films of the Mixed Ionic-Electronic Conductor CuBr : Influence of Electrode Metals and Gaseous Ammonia, J. Europ. Ceram. Soc., 19, 823-826 (1999).
  40. P. Knauth, H. L. Tuller, Non-stoichiometry and Relaxation Kinetics of Nanocrystalline Mixed Praseodymium-Cerium Oxide Pr0.7Ce0.3O2-x, J. Europ. Ceram. Soc., 19, 831-836 (1999).
  41. P. Knauth, J.-M. Debierre, G. Albinet, Electrical conductivity of model composites of an ionic conductor (CuBr) and an insulator (TiO2, Al2O3): experiments and percolation-type model, Solid State Ionics, 121, 101-106 (1999).
  42. P. Lauque, M. Bendahan, C. Jacolin, J.-L. Seguin, M. Pasquinelli, P. Knauth, Electrical Properties and sensor characteristics for NH3 gas of sputtered CuBr films, Sensors and Actuators B, 59, 216-219 (1999).
  43. C. Lambert, L. Memoli, J.-M. Debierre, P. Knauth, G. Albinet, Numerical models for ionic conduction in CuBr-TiO2 composites and for electrolysis of CuBr films, Ionics, 5, 200-205 (1999).
  44. J. Rogez, P. Knauth, A. Garnier, H. Ghobarkar, O. Schäf, Determination of the crystallization enthalpies of lithium ion conducting alumino-silicate glasses, J. Non-Crystalline Solids, 262, 177-182 (2000).
  45. P. Lauque, M. Bendahan, C. Jacolin, J.-L. Seguin, M. Pasquinelli, P. Knauth, Sputtered Thin Films of CuBr as Electrochemical Microsensors for NH3 Gas : Structure, Sensitivity  and Ageing Effects, Solid State Ionics, 136-137, 603-606 (2000).
  46. J. Rogez, O. Schäf, P. Knauth, What Can Calorimetry Contribute to the Understanding of Vitreous and Composite Solid Electrolytes ?, Solid State Ionics, 136-137, 955-959 (2000).
  47. P. Knauth, H. L. Tuller, Solute segregation, electrical properties and defect thermodynamics of nanocrystalline TiO2 and doped CeO2, Solid State Ionics, 136-137, 1215-1224 (2000).
  48. P. Knauth, Ionic Conductor Composites: Theory and Materials, J. Electroceramics, 5, 111-125 (2000).
  49. P. Knauth, Excess Gibbs free energy and kinetics of grain growth of nanostructured silver, J. Solid State Electrochem., 5, 107-111 (2001).
  50. O. Schäf, P. Lauque, J.-L. Seguin, M. Eyraud, P. Knauth, Microstructure and ammonia gas sensitivity of sputtered films of the mixed ionic-electronic conductor CuBr, Thin Solid Films, 389, 5-7 (2001).
  51. Y. Massiani, A. Garnier, M. Eyraud, P. Knauth, Electrochemical properties of composites based on nanocrystalline anatase (TiO2) and copper compounds (CuBr, CuO), J. Applied Electrochem., 31, 495-500 (2001).
  52. O. Schäf, H. Ghobarkar, F. Adolf, P. Knauth, Influence of ions and molecules on single crystal zeolite conductivity under in situ conditions, Solid State Ionics, 143, 433-444 (2001).
  53. M. Bendahan, C. Jacolin, P. Lauque, J.-L. Seguin, P. Knauth, Morphology, Electrical Conductivity, and Reactivity of Mixed Conductor CuBr Films: Development of a New Ammonia Gas Detector, J. Phys. Chem. B, 105, 8327-8333 (2001).
  54. H. Ghobarkar, O. Schäf, P. Knauth, Zeolite Synthesis by the High-Pressure Hydrothermal Method: Synthesis of Natural 6-Ring Zeolites with Different Void Systems, Angew. Chem. Int. Ed., 40, 3831-3833 (2001).
  55. G. Albinet, J.-M. Debierre, P. Knauth, C. Lambert, L. Raymond, Enhanced Conductivity in Ionic Conductor-Insulator Composites: Numerical Models in Two and Three Dimensions, Eur. Phys. J. B, 22, 421-427 (2001).
  56. J. Rogez, A. Garnier, P. Knauth, Solution Calorimetric Investigation of AgCl-AgI Ionic Conductor Composites at 298 K: Observation of Metastable AgI Modifications, J. Phys. Chem. Solids, 63, 9-14 (2002).
  57. C. Lambert, P. Lauque, J.-L. Seguin, G. Albinet, M. Bendahan, J.-M. Debierre, P. Knauth, Solid state electrolysis in CuBr mixed ionic-electronic conductor thin films : observation and modelling of  fractal growth,  ChemPhysChem, 3, 107-110 (2002).
  58. L. Tortet, P. Knauth, H. L. Tuller, Electrical conductivity of polycrystalline copper(I)bromide CuBr at low temperature (160-300 K), Solid State Ionics, 146, 423-427 (2002).
  59. P. Knauth, Defect and Transport Properties of Nanocrystalline Ceramics and Thin-Films, J. Solid State Electrochem., 6, 165-171 (2002).
  60. T. Poyet, P. Knauth, Ph. Llewellyn, Sorption of ammonia gas on the solid ionic conductor CuBr, Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys., 4, 802-805 (2002).
  61. P. Knauth, G. Auer, Influence of the surface composition of TiO2 on the electrical conductivity of CuBr-TiO2 composites,  Solid State Ionics, 147, 115-121 (2002).
  62. P. Knauth, H. L. Tuller, Solid State Ionics: Roots, Status and Future Prospects, J. Am. Ceram. Soc., 85, 1654-1680 (2002).
  63. P. Lauque, J.-M. Laugier, C. Jacolin, M. Bendahan, C. Lemire, P. Knauth, Impedance analysis of CuBr films for ammonia gas detection, Sensors and Actuators B, 87, 431-436 (2002).
  64. H. Ghobarkar, O. Schäf, B. Paz, P. Knauth, Zeolite Synthesis by Simulation of their Natural Formation Conditions: From Macroscopic to Nano-Sized Crystals, J. Solid State Chem., 173, 27-31 (2003).
  65. M. Bendahan, P. Lauque, J.-L. Seguin, K. Aguir, P. Knauth, Development of an Ammonia Gas Sensor, Sensors and Actuators B, 95, 170-176 (2003).
  66. R. Bouchet, P. Knauth, J.-M. Laugier, Theoretical Analysis of Impedance Spectra of Polycrystalline Materials with Blocking or Conducting Grain Boundaries: From Microcrystals to Nanocrystals,  J. Electrochem. Soc., 150, E348-E354 (2003).
  67. R. Bouchet, A. Weibel, P. Knauth, G. Mountjoy, A. V. Chadwick, EXAFS Study of Dopant Segregation (Zn, Nb) in Nanocrystalline Anatase (TiO2), Chem. Mater., 15, 4996-5002 (2003).
  68. O. Schäf, A. Weibel, P. L. Llewellyn, P. Knauth, N. Kaabbuathong, M.L. Di Vona, S. Licoccia, E. Traversa, Preparation and electrical properties of dense ceramics with NASICON composition sintered at reduced temperatures, J. Electroceramics, 13, 817-823 (2004).
  69. P. Lauque, M. Bendahan, J.-L. Seguin, K. A. Ngo, P. Knauth, High sensitive and selective room temperature NH3 gas microsensor using an ionic conductor (CuBr) film, Anal. Chim. Acta, 515, 279-284 (2004).
  70. A. Weibel, R. Bouchet, F. Boulc’h, P. Knauth, The big problem of small particles: A comparison of methods for determination of particle size in nanocrystalline powders of anatase, Chem. Mater., 17, 2378-2385 (2005).
  71. P. Knauth, T. Djenizian, P. Schmuki, Electrochemistry and Nanotechnology, J. Electroceramics, 16, 5-7 (2006).
  72. M. L. Di Vona, D. Marani, C. D’Ottavi, M. Trombetta, E. Traversa, I. Beurroies, P. Knauth, S. Licoccia, A simple new route to covalent organic/inorganic hybrid proton exchange polymeric membranes, Chem. Mater., 18, 69-75 (2006).
  73. A. Weibel, R. Bouchet, P. Knauth, Electrical properties and defect chemistry of anatase (TiO2), Solid State Ionics, 177, 229-236 (2006).
  74. O. Schäf, V. Wernert, H. Ghobarkar, P. Knauth, Microporous Stilbite Single Crystals for Alcohol Sensing, J. Electroceramics, 16, 93-98 (2006).
  75. R. Bouchet, P. Knauth, J.-M. Laugier, Theoretical analysis of the impedance spectra of Electroceramics. Part 2: isotropic grain boundaries, J. Electroceramics, 16, 229-238 (2006).
  76. D. Marani, M. L. Di Vona, E. Traversa, S. Licoccia, I. Beurroies, P. L. Llewellyn, P. Knauth, Thermal stability and thermodynamic properties of hybrid proton conducting polyaryletherketones, J. Phys. Chem. B, 110, 15817-15823 (2006).
  77. A. Weibel, R. Bouchet, P. Bouvier, P. Knauth, Hot compaction of nanocrystalline TiO2 (anatase) ceramics. Mechanisms of densification: Grain Size and doping effects, Acta Mater., 54, 3575-3583 (2006).
  78. A. Weibel, R. Bouchet, S. L. P. Savin, A. V. Chadwick, P. E. Lippens, M. Womes, P. Knauth, Local Atomic and Electronic Structure in Nanocrystalline Sn-Doped Anatase TiO2, ChemPhysChem, 7,  2377-2383 (2006).
  79. P. Knauth, Ionic and Electronic Conduction in Nanostructured Solids: Concepts and Concerns, Consensus and Controversies, Solid State Ionics, 177, 2495-2502 (2006).
  80. Y. D. Premchand, T. Djenizian, F. Vacandio, P. Knauth, Fabrication of self-organized TiO2 nanotubes from columnar titanium thin films sputtered on semiconductor surfaces, Electrochem. Comm., 8, 1840-1844 (2006).
  81. A. Weibel, R. Bouchet, R. Denoyel, P. Knauth, Hot pressing of nanocrystalline TiO2 (anatase) ceramics with controlled microstructure, J. Europ. Ceram. Soc., 27, 2641-2646 (2007).
  82. R. Polini, A. Falsetti, E. Traversa, O. Schäf, P. Knauth, Sol–gel synthesis, X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy and electrical conductivity of Co-doped (La,Sr)(Ga,Mg)O3−δ perovskites, J. Europ. Ceram. Soc., 27, 4291-4296 (2007).
  83. M.L. Di Vona, D. Marani, A. D’Epifanio, S. Licoccia, I. Beurroies, R. Denoyel, P. Knauth, Hybrid materials for polymer electrolyte membrane fuel cells: Water uptake, mechanical and transport properties, J. Membrane Sci., 304, 76-81 (2007).
  84. P. E. Lippens, A. V. Chadwick, A. Weibel, R. Bouchet, P. Knauth, Structure and Chemical Bonding in Zr-Doped Anatase TiO2 Nanocrystals, J. Phys. Chem. C, 112, 43-47 (2008).

  85. E. Sgreccia, M. Khadhraoui, C. de Bonis, S. Licoccia, M.L. Di Vona, P. Knauth, Mechanical Properties of Hybrid Proton Conducting Polymer Blends Based on Sulfonated PolyEtherEtherKetones, J. Power Sources, 178, 667-670 (2008).
  86. T. Djenizian, I. Hanzu, Y. D. Premchand, F. Vacandio, P. Knauth, Electrochemical fabrication of Sn nanowires on titania nanotube guide layers, Nanotechnology, 19, 205601 (2008).
  87. M.L. Di Vona, S. Licoccia, P. Knauth, Organic–inorganic hybrid membranes based on sulfonated polyaryl–ether–ketones: Correlation between water uptake and electrical conductivity, Solid State Ionics, 179, 1161-1165 (2008).
  88. M. L. Di Vona, E. Sgreccia, S. Licoccia, M. Khadhraoui, R. Denoyel, P. Knauth, Composite Proton-Conducting Hybrid Polymers: Water Sorption Isotherms and Mechanical Properties of Blends of Sulfonated PEEK and Substituted PPSU, Chem. Mater., 20, 4327-4334 (2008).
  89. T. Djenizian, A. Etcheberry, P. Knauth, L. Santinacci, Electrochemistry and Nanotechnologies, C. R. Chimie, 11, 945-947 (2008).
  90. R. Cayzac, F. Boulc’h, M. Bendahan, M. Pasquinelli, P. Knauth, Preparation and optical absorption of electrodeposited or sputtered, dense or porous nanocrystalline CuInS2 thin films, C. R. Chimie, 11, 1016-1022 (2008).
  91. M. L. Di Vona, L. Luchetti, G. P. Spera, E. Sgreccia, P. Knauth, Synthetic strategies for the preparation of proton-conductinghybrid polymers based on PEEK and PPSU for PEM fuel cells, C. R. Chimie, 11, 1074-1081 (2008)
  92. G. Ortiz, I. Hanzu, T. Djenizian, P. Lavela, J.-L. Tirado, P. Knauth, Alternative Li-ion battery electrode based on self-organized titania nanotubes, Chem. Mater., 21, 63-67 (2009).
  93. G. F. Ortiz, I. Hanzu, P. Knauth, P. Lavela, J. L. Tirado, T. Djenizian, TiO2 nanotubes manufactured by anodization of Ti thin films for on-chip Li-ion 2D microbatteries, Electrochim. Acta, 54, 4262-4268 (2009).
  94. R. Cayzac, F. Boulc’h, M. Bendahan, P. Lauque, P. Knauth, Direct preparation of crystalline CuInS2 thin films by radiofrequency sputtering, Materials Science and Engineering B, 157, 66-71 (2009).
  95. M. L. Di Vona, E. Sgreccia, S. Licoccia, G. Alberti, L. Tortet, P. Knauth, Analysis of Temperature-Promoàted and Solvent-Assisted Cross-Linking in Sulfonated Poly(ether ether ketone) (SPEEK) Proton-Conducting Membranes, J. Phys. Chem. B, 113, 7505–7512 (2009).
  96. P. Knauth, A. V. Chadwick, P. E. Lippens, G. Auer, EXAFS study of dopant ions with different charge (Zn2+, Y3+, Sn4+, Zr4+, Nb5+) in nanocrystalline Anatase (TiO2): evidence for space charge segregation of acceptor ions, ChemPhysChem, 10, 1238-1246 (2009).
  97. E. Sgreccia, M. L. Di Vona, S. Licoccia, M. Sganappa, M. Casciola, J. F. Chailan, P. Knauth, Self-assembled Nanocomposite Organic-Inorganic Proton Conducting SPEEK-based Membranes: Optimized Mechanical, Thermal and Electrical Properties, J. Power Sources, 192, 353-359 (2009).
  98. P. Knauth, Inorganic solid Li ion conductors: An overview, Solid State Ionics, 180, 911-916 (2009).
  99. G. Ortiz, I. Hanzu, P. Knauth, P. Lavela, J. L. Tirado, T. Djenizian, Nanocomposite electrode for Li-ion microbatteries based on SnO on nanotubular titania matrix, Electrochem. Solid-State Lett., 12, A186-A189 (2009).
  100. R. Cayzac, F. Boulc'h, V. Hornebecq, T. Djenizian, M. Bendahan, M. Pasquinelli, P. Knauth, Optical absorbance enhancement by electrochemical surface roughening of CuInS2 thin films, J. Mater. Res., 24, 3044-3049 (2009).
  101. I. Hanzu, T. Djenizian, G. F. Ortiz, P. Knauth, Mechanistic Study of Sn Electrodeposition on TiO2 Nanotube Layers: Thermodynamics, Kinetics, Nucleation, and Growth Modes, J. Phys. Chem. C, 113, 20568–20575 (2009).
  102. G. F. Ortiz, I. Hanzu, P. Lavela, P. Knauth, J. L. Tirado, T. Djenizian, Nanoarchitectured TiO2/SnO: A Future Negative Electrode for High Power Density Li-Ion Microbatteries? Chem. Mater., 22, 1926–1932 (2010).
  103. E. Sgreccia, J.-F. Chailan, M. Khadhraoui, M.L. Di Vona, P. Knauth, Mechanical properties of proton-conducting sulfonated aromatic polymer membranes: Stress–strain tests and dynamical analysis, J. Power Sources, 195, 7770-7775 (2010).
  104. P. Knauth, M. L. Di Vona, G. Alberti, Electrodes for PEM Fuel Cells, Fuel Cells, 10, 219 (2010).
  105. G. F. Ortiz, I. Hanzu I, P. Lavela, J. L. Tirado, P. Knauth, T. Djenizian, A novel architectured negative electrode based on titania nanotube and iron oxide nanowire composites for Li-ion microbatteries, J. Mater. Chem., 20, 4041-4046 (2010).
  106. M.L. Di Vona, E. Sgreccia, M. Tamilvanan, M. Khadhraoui, C. Chassigneux, P. Knauth, High Ionic Exchange Capacity Polyphenylsulfone (SPPSU) and PolyEtherSulfone (SPES) Crosslinked by Annealing Treatment: Thermal Stability, Hydration Level and Mechanical Properties, J. Membrane Sci., 354, 134-141 (2010).
  107. M. L. Di Vona, P. Knauth, G. Alberti, Proton-conducting membranes for PEM fuel cells, J. Power Sources, 195, 7719-7719 (2010).
  108. F. Vacandio, M. Eyraud, C. Chassigneux, P. Knauth, and T. Djenizian, Electrochemical Synthesis and Characterization of Zirconia Nanotubes Grown from Zr Thin Films, J. Electrochem. Soc., 157, K279-K283 (2010).
  109. P. Knauth, E. Sgreccia, A. Donnadio, M. Casciola, M. L. Di Vona, Water Activity Coefficient and Proton Mobility in Hydrated Acidic Polymers, J. Electrochem. Soc., 158, B159-165 (2011).
  110. T. Djenizian, I. Hanzu, P. Knauth, Nanostructured negative electrodes based on titania for Li-ion microbatteries, J. Mater. Chem. 21, 9925-9937 (2011)
  111. M.L. Di Vona, E. Sgreccia, A. Donnadio, M. Casciola, J.F. Chailan, G. Auer, P. Knauth, Composite polymer electrolytes of sulfonated poly-ether-ether-ketone (SPEEK) with organically functionalized TiO2, J. Membrane Sci., 369, 536–544 (2011).
  112. R. Merkle, J. T. S. Irvine, P. Knauth, S. Ramanathan, Exploring Chemical and Structural Complexity of Novel Ion Conductors, Solid State Ionics, 184, 1-1 (2011).
  113. G. F. Ortiz, P. Lavela, P. Knauth, T. Djenizian, R. Alcantara, J. L. Tirado, Tin-Based composite Materials Fabricated by Anodic Oxidation for the Negative Electrode of Li-Ion Batteries, J. Electrochem. Soc., 158, A1094-A1099 (2011).
  114. I. Hanzu, T. Djenizian, P. Knauth, Electrical and Point Defect Properties of TiO2 Nanotubes Fabricated by Electrochemical Anodization, J. Phys. Chem. C, 115, 5989-5996 (2011).
  115. E. Sgreccia, M. L. Di Vona, P. Knauth, Hybrid composite membranes based on SPEEK and functionalized PPSU for PEM fuel cells, Int. J. Hydrogen Energy, 36, 8063-8069 (2011).
  116. N. A. Kyeremateng, F. Dumur, P. Knauth, B. Pecquenard, T. Djenizian, Electropolymerization of copolymer electrolyte into titania nanotube electrodes for high-performance 3D microbatteries, Electrochem. Comm. 13, 894–897 (2011).
  117. P. Simon, P. Knauth, J. L. Tirado, J. Plocharski, W. Wieczorek, A. Barnabé, J.-M. Tarascon, C. Masquelier, Give Energy to Your Study: Students Worldwide Gather in Europe To Design Future Materials for Energy Storage and Conversion, J. Chem. Educ., 88, 1203-1206 (2011).
  118. J-M Laugier, L Raymond, G Albinet, P Knauth, Numerical modelling of impedance spectra of ionic conductor–insulator core–shell composites, Modelling Simul. Mater. Sci. Eng. 19, 065001 (2011).
  119. F. Vacandio, M. Eyraud, P. Knauth and T. Djenizian, Tunable electrical properties of self-organized zirconia nanotubes, Electrochem. Commun., 13, 1060 (2011).
  120. P. Knauth, H. Y. Hou, E. Bloch, E. Sgreccia, M. L. Di Vona, Thermogravimetric analysis of SPEEK membranes: Thermal stability, degree of sulfonation and cross-linking reaction, J. Anal. Appl. Pyrolysis, 92, 361-365 (2011).
  121. H. Y. Hou, M. L. Di Vona, P. Knauth, Durability of Sulfonated Aromatic Polymers for Proton-Exchange-Membrane Fuel Cells, ChemSusChem, 4, 1526-1536 (2011).
  122. G. F. Ortiz, I. Hanzu, P. Lavela, J. L. Tirado, P. Knauth and T. Djenizian, Novel fabrication technologies of 1D TiO2 nanotubes, vertical tin and iron-based nanowires for Li-ion microbatteries, Int. J. Nanotechnol., 9, 260-294 (2012).
  123. N. A. Kyeremateng, V. Hornebecq, P. Knauth, T. Djenizian, Properties of Sn-doped TiO2 nanotubes fabricated by anodization of co-sputtered Ti-Sn thin films, Electrochimica Acta, 62, 192-198 (2012).
  124. S. Tosto, P. Knauth, M. L. Di Vona, Water adsorption/desorption in proton-conducting ionomer membranes: The model case of sulfonated and silylated poly-ether-ether-ketone, Solid State Ionics, 209-210, 9-14 (2012).
  125. M. L. Di Vona, G. Alberti, E. Sgreccia, M. Casciola, P. Knauth, High performance sulfonated aromatic ionomers by solvothermal macromolecular synthesis, International Journal of Hydrogen Energy, 37, 8672-8680 (2012).
  126. N. Plylahan, N. A. Kyeremateng, M. Eyraud, F. Dumur, H. Martinez, L. Santinacci, P. Knauth, T. Djenizian, Highly conformal electrodeposition of copolymer electrolytes into titania nanotubes for 3D Li-ion batteries, Nanoscale Research Letters, 7, 1-6 (2012).
  127. J. Hertz, M. L. Di Vona, P. Knauth, H. L. Tuller, ADVANCED MATERIALS FOR FUEL CELLS Introduction, Journal of Materials Research, 27, 1905-1905 (2012).
  128. H. Hou, B. Maranesi, J.-F. Chailan, M. Khadhraoui, R. Polini, M. L. Di Vona, P. Knauth, Crosslinked SPEEK membranes: Mechanical, thermal, and hydrothermal properties, Journal of Materials Research, 27, 1950-1957 (2012).
  129. P. Knauth, M. L. Di Vona, Sulfonated aromatic ionomers: Analysis of proton conductivity and proton mobility, Solid State Ionics, 225, 255-259 (2012).
  130. H. Hou, F. Vacandio, M.-L. Di Vona, P. Knauth, Sulfonated polyphenyl ether by electropolymerization. Electrochimica Acta, 81, 58-63 (2012).
  131. N. A. Kyeremateng, V. Hornebecq, H. Martinez, P. Knauth, T. Djenizian, Electrochemical Fabrication and Properties of Highly Ordered Fe-Doped TiO2 Nanotubes, ChemPhysChem, 13, 3707-3713 (2012).
  132. H. Hou, M. L. Di Vona, P. Knauth, Building Bridges: Crosslinking of Sulfonated Aromatic Polymers - a Review. Journal of Membrane Science, 423-424, 113-127 (2012).
  133. I. Hanzu, V. Hornebecq, T. Djenizian, P. Knauth, In situ study of electrochromic properties of self-assembled TiO2 nanotubes, Comptes Rendus Chimie, 16, 96-102 (2013).
  134. N.A. Kyeremateng, F. Vacandio, M.-T. Sougrati, H. Martinez, J.-C. Jumas, P. Knauth, T. Djenizian, Effect of Sn-doping on the electrochemical behaviour of TiO2 nanotubes as potential negative electrode materials for 3D Li-ion microbatteries, Journal of Power Sources, 224, 269-277 (2013).
  135. N. A. Kyeremateng, F. Dumur, P. Knauth, B. Pecquenard, T. Djenizian, Electrodeposited copolymer electrolyte into nanostructured titania electrodes for 3D Li-ion microbatteries, Comptes Rendus Chimie, 16, 80-88 (2013).
  136. M. L. Di Vona, P. Knauth, Sulfonated Aromatic Polymers as Proton-Conducting Solid Electrolytes for Fuel Cells: a Short Review, Z. Phys. Chem., 227, 595-614 (2013).
  137. N. A. Kyeremateng, C. Lebouin, P. Knauth, T. Djenizian, The electrochemical behaviour of TiO2 nanotubes with Co3O4 or NiO submicron particles: Composite anode materials for Li-ion micro batteries, Electrochimica Acta, 88, 814-820 (2013).
  138. M. L. Di Vona, P. Knauth, J. Roziere, T. Norby, Solid Proton Conductors: Oxides and Polymers, Fuel Cells, 13, 4-5 (2013).
  139. P. Knauth, L. Pasquini, B. Maranesi, K. Pelzer, R. Polini, M. L. Di Vona, Proton Mobility in Sulfonated PolyEtherEtherKetone (SPEEK): Influence of Thermal Crosslinking and Annealing, Fuel Cells, 13, 79-85 (2013).
  140. H. Hou, R. Polini, M. L. Di Vona, X. X. Liu, E. Sgreccia, J. F. Chailan, P. Knauth, Thermal crosslinked and nanodiamond reinforced SPEEK composite membrane for PEMFC, International Journal Of Hydrogen Energy, 38, 3346-3351 (2013).  
  141. N. Ait Ahmed, M. Eyraud, F. Hammache, F. Vacandio, S. Sam, N. Gabouze, P. Knauth, K. Pelzer, T. Djenizian, New insight into the mechanism of cathodic electrodeposition of zinc oxide thin films onto vitreous carbon, Electrochimica Acta, 94, 238-244 (2013).
  142. B. Maranesi, H. Hou, R. Polini, E. Sgreccia, G. Alberti, R. Narducci, P. Knauth, M. L. Di Vona, Cross-Linking of Sulfonated Poly(ether ether ketone) by Thermal Treatment: How Does the Reaction Occur?, FUEL CELLS, 13, 107-117 (2013).
  143. H. Hou, F. Vacandio, M. L. Di Vona, P. Knauth, Electropolymerization of sulfonated phenol by cyclic voltammetry, Journal of Applied Polymer Science, 129, 1151-1156 (2013).  
  144. M. L. Di Vona, L. Pasquini, R. Narducci, K. Pelzer, A. Donnadio, M. Casciola, P. Knauth, Cross-linked sulfonated aromatic ionomers via SO2 bridges: Conductivity properties, Journal Of Power Sources, 243, 488-493 (2013).  
  145. B. L. Ellis, P. Knauth, T. Djenizian, Three-dimensional self-supported metal oxides for advanced energy storage, Adv. Mater., 26, 3368-3389 (2014).
  146. P. Knauth, E. Sgreccia, M.L. Di Vona, Chemomechanics of acidic ionomers: Hydration isotherms and physical model, J. Power Sources, 267, 692-699 (2014).
  147. R. Narducci, M. L. Di Vona, P. Knauth, Cation-conducting ionomers made by ion exchange of sulfonated polyetheretherketone: Hydration, mechanical and thermal properties, and ionic conductivity, J. Membr. Sci., 465, 185-192 (2014).
  148. J. Doan, E.  Kingston, I. Kendrick, K.  Anderson, N. Dimakis, P. Knauth, M. L. Di Vona, E. Smotkin, Theoretical and experimental infrared spectra of hydrated and dehydrated sulfonated poly(ether ether ketone), Polymer, 55, 4671-4676 (2014).
  149. M.L. Di Vona, R. Narducci, L. Pasquini, K. Pelzer, P. Knauth, Anion-conducting ionomers: Study of type of functionalizing amine and macromolecular cross-linkingInt. J. Hydrogen Energy, 39, 14039-14049 (2014).
  150. N. Plylahan, S. Maria, T. N. T. Phan, M. Letiche, H. Martinez, C. Courreges, P. Knauth, T. Djenizian, Enhanced electrochemical performance of Lithium-ion batteries by conformal coating of polymer electrolyte, Nanoscale Research Letters, 9, Article Number: 544 (2014).
  151. V. Morizur, S. Olivero, J. R. Desmurs, P. Knauth, E. Dunach, Novel lithium and sodium salts of sulfonamides and bis(sulfonyl)imides: synthesis and electrical conductivity, New Journal of Chemistry, 38, 6193-6197 (2014).
  152. N. Plylahan, M. Letiche, M. K. S. Barr, B. Ellis, S. Maria, T. N. T. Phan, E. Bloch, P. Knauth, T. Djenizian, High energy and power density TiO2 nanotube electrodes for single and complete lithium-ion batteries, Journal of Power Sources, 273, 1182-1188 (2015).
  153. P. Knauth, J. Engel, S. R. Bishop, H. L. Tuller, Study of compaction and sintering of nano-sized oxide powders by in situ electrical measurements and dilatometry: nano-CeO2 case study, J. Electroceramics, 34, 82-90 (2015).
  154. N. Plylahan, A. Demoulin, C. Lebouin, P. Knauth, T. Djenizian, Mechanism study of Li+ insertion into titania nanotubes, RSC Advances, 5, 28474-28477 (2015)
  155. P. Knauth, H. Saltsburg, J. Engel, H. L. Tuller, In situ dilatometric and impedance spectroscopic study of core-shell like structures: insights into the exceptional catalytic activity of nanocrystalline Cu-doped CeO2, Journal of Materials Chemistry A, 3, 8369-8379 (2015).
  156. L. Pasquini, P. Knauth, K. Pelzer, M. L. Di Vona, Anion-conducting sulfaminated aromatic polymers by acid functionalization, RSC Advances, 5, 56636-56644 (2015).
  157. M. X. Zhu, M. Eyraud, J. Le Rouzo, N. A. Ahmed, F. Boulc'h, C. Alfonso, P. Knauth, F. Flory, Simple approach for the fabrication of PEDOT-coated Si nanowires, Beilstein Journal of Nanotechnology, 6, 640-650 (2015).
  158. L. Pasquini, F. Ziarelli, S. Viel, M. L. Di Vona and P. Knauth, Fluoride-ion-conducting Polymers: Ionic Conductivity and Fluoride Ion Diffusion Coefficient in Quaternized Polysulfones, ChemPhysChem, 16, 3631–3636 (2015).
  159. G. Barbieri, A. Brunetti, M. L. Di Vona, E. Sgreccia, P. Knauth, H. Y. Hou, R. Hempelmann, F. Arena, L. D. Beretta, B. Bauer, M. Schuster, J. O. Ossó, L. F. Vega, LoLiPEM: Long life proton exchange membrane fuel cells, International Journal of Hydrogen Energy, 41, 1921-1934 (2016).
  160. G. Rakhymbay, M. K. Nauryzbayev, B. D. Burkitbayeva, BD, A. M. Argimbaeva, R. Jumanova, A. P. Kurbatov, M. Eyraud, P. Knauth, F. Vacandio, Electrochemical Deposition of Indium: Nucleation Mode and Diffusional Limitation, Russian Journal of Electrochemistry, 52, 99-105 (2016).
  161. L. Pasquini, M. L. Di Vona, P. Knauth, Effects of anion substitution on hydration, ionic conductivity and mechanical properties of anion-exchange membranes, New Journal of Chemistry, 40, 3671-3676 (2016).
  162. R. Narducci, J.-F. Chailan, A. Fahs, L. Pasquini, M. L. Di Vona, P. Knauth, Mechanical Properties of Anion Exchange Membranes by Combination of Tensile Stress-Strain Tests and Dynamic Mechanical Analysis, Journal of Polymer Science Part B-Polymer Physics, 54, 1180-1187 (2016).
  163. P. Knauth, G. F. Harrington, S. R. Bishop, H. Saltsburg, H. L. Tuller, CeO2 Nanorods and Nanocubes: Impact of Nanoparticle Shape on Dilatometry and Electrical Properties, Journal of the American Ceramic Society, 99, 2415-2421 (2016).
  164. R. Narducci, L. Pasquini, J.-F. Chailan, P. Knauth, M. L. Di Vona, Low-Permeability Poly(ether Ether Ketone)-Based Ampholytic Membranes, ChemPlusChem, 81, 550-556 (2016).
  165. V. Morizur, M. Braglia, S. Olivero, J.-R. Desmurs, P. Knauth, E. Dunach, New aromatic polymer electrolytes for application in lithium metal batteries, New Journal of Chemistry, 40, 7840-7845 (2016).
  166. V. A. Sugiawati, F. Vacandio, M. Eyraud, P. Knauth, T. Djenizian, Porous NASICON-Type Li3Fe2(PO4)3 Thin Film Deposited by RF Sputtering as Cathode Material for Li-Ion Microbatteries, Nanoscale Research Letters, 11, 365 (2016).
  167. M. Braglia, I. V. Ferrari, F. Vacandio, P. Knauth, M. L. Di Vona, Anodic Electropolymerization of Sulfonated Poly(phenyl ether): Study of Precursor Isomers and Polymer Growth, ChemistrySelect 1, 3114-3119 (2016).
  168. P. Knauth, L. Pasquini, M. L. Di Vona, Comparative study of the cation permeability of protonic, anionic and ampholytic membranes, Solid State Ionics, 300, 97-105 (2017).
  169. M. L. Di Vona, M. Casciola, A. Donnadio, M. Nocchetti, L. Pasquini, R. Narducci, P. Knauth, Anionic conducting composite membranes based on aromatic polymer and layered double hydroxides, Int. J. Hydrogen Energy, 42, 3197-3205 (2017).
  170. I. V. Ferrari, M. Braglia, T. Djenizian, P. Knauth, M. L. Di Vona, Electrochemically engineered single Li-ion conducting solid polymer electrolyte on titania nanotubes for microbatteries, J. Power Sources, 353, 95-103 (2017).
  171. M. Braglia, I. V. Ferrari, T. Djenizian, S. Kaciulis, P. Soltani, M. L. Di Vona, P. Knauth, Bottom-up electrochemical deposition of poly(styrene sulfonate) on nano-architectured electrodes, ACS Applied Materials and Interfaces, 9, 22902-22910 (2017).
  172. Z. Derbali, A. Fahs, J.-F. Chailan, I. V. Ferrari, M. L. Di Vona, P. Knauth, Composite anion exchange membranes with functionalized hydrophilic or hydrophobic titanium dioxide, Int. J. Hydrogen Energy, 42, 19178-19189 (2017).
Invited, keynote and plenary talks
  1. P. Knauth, H. L. Tuller, Ionic Conduction in Nanostructured Materials, MRS Fall Meeting 1998, Symposium Solid State Ionics, Boston, USA, 30 novembre 1998.
  2. P. Knauth, H. L. Tuller, Solute segregation, electrical properties and defect thermodynamics of nanocrystalline TiO2 and doped CeO2, 12th International Symposium on Solid State Ionics, Halkidiki, Grèce, 7 juin 1999.
  3. P. Knauth, Ionenleitung an Grenzflächen : Viel Bewegung um kleine Teilchen (Conduction ionique aux interfaces : beaucoup d’agitation autour de petites particules), Colloque Scientifique, Saarbrücken, Allemagne, 3 décembre 1999.
  4. P. Knauth, Defect and transport properties of nanocrystalline ceramics, 103rd Annual Meeting, American Ceramic Society, Indianapolis, USA, 22-25 avril 2001.
  5. P. Knauth, Diffusion, segregation, space charge regions in nanocrystalline ceramics, 1° Workshop Nazionale Elettroceramici, Genova, Italie, 27-28 septembre 2001.

  6. A. Weibel, R. Bouchet, P. Knauth, Defect Chemistry in Nanocrystalline Anatase (TiO2), E-MRS Spring Meeting 2004, Symposium K, Strasbourg, 24-28 mai 2004.
  7. P. Knauth, Nanocrystalline anatase (TiO2) ceramics: electrical properties of an "old" material in a "new" form, 3rd Magneto-Electronic International Symposium (MAGEL-3), La Rochelle,15-19 juin 2004.
  8. P. Knauth, A. Weibel, R. Bouchet, Ionic Conduction in Nano-Sized Anatase (TiO2)?, Ringberg Meeting on Physical Chemistry of Solids “New Trends in Defect Chemistry”, Ringberg, Allemagne, 1-4 septembre 2004.
  9. P. Knauth, Advanced Materials for Energy and the Environment (Batteries, Fuel Cells, Sensors),  First German-French Summer School on Electrochemistry and Nanotechnology, Porquerolles, 5-10 septembre 2004.
  10. P. Knauth, Impedance Spectroscopy, Ecole Thématique CNRS - Structure Electronique des Solides: Théorie, Expériences et Applications, Balaruc-les-Bains, 14-19 novembre 2004.
  11. P. Knauth, “Ionic and Electronic Conduction in Nanostructured Electroceramics and Thin-Films”, International Conference on Electroceramics ICE-2005, Seoul, Corée, 12-16 juin 2005.
  12. P. Knauth, Electrical Properties of Nanostructured Electroceramics, 4th Asian Meeting on Electroceramics AMEC-4, Hangzhou, Chine, 27-30 juin 2005.
  13. P. Knauth, Solid Ion Conductors for Chemical Sensors : CuBr and Zeolites,  Solid State Ionics: Cross-Frontier Problems in Physical Chemistry and Materials Science, 1st Germany - Japan - Korea International Workshop, 15-16 juillet 2005, Gießen, Allemagne

  14. P. Knauth, Ionic and Electronic Conduction in Nanostructured Solids: Concepts and Conjectures, Consensus and Controversies, 15th International Conference on Solid State Ionics, Baden-Baden, 17-22 juillet 2005 (Keynote).
  15. P. Knauth, Nanokristalliner Anatas: Herstellung und elektrische Eigenschaften, Festkörpertag 2006, Hannover, Allemagne, 28 janvier 2006.
  16. P. Knauth, Nanostructured Materials for Energy Storage and Conversion, Giornate Italo-Francesi di Chimica, Turin, Italie, 22-24 mai 2006 (Plenary).
  17. P. Knauth, Nanostructured Ionic and Mixed Conductors for Energy Storage and Conversion, European Materials Research Society-IUMRS-ICEM Meeting 2006, Nice, 29 mai-2 juin 2006.
  18. P. Knauth, Nanocrystalline titanium dioxide (anatase) ceramics with controlled grain size and pore size: densification mechanism and defect chemistry, CIMTEC-2006, Acireale, Italie, 4-9 juin 2006.
  19. P. Knauth, D. Marani, M. L. Di Vona, Proton-conducting hybrid materials for polymer electrolyte membrane fuel cells, THERMEC-2006, Vancouver, Canada, 4-8 juillet 2006.
  20. P. Knauth, Ionic and Mixed Conductors for Energy: Preparation and Properties, MRS Fall Meeting 2006, Symposium AA: Solid State Ionics, Boston, USA, 27 novembre-1 décembre 2006.
  21. P. Knauth, M. L. Di Vona, Design of organic-inorganic hybrid membrane for polymer type fuel cell applications, Polytronic 2007: 6th IEEE Conference on Polymers in Microelectronics and Photonics, Tokyo, Japon, 15-18 janvier 2007.
  22. P. Knauth, E. Sgreggia, S. Licoccia, M. L. Di Vona, Physico-chemical properties of hybrid PEEK-based proton conductor membranes, Polymer Batteries-Fuel Cells, PBFC-2007, Rome, Italie, 11-15 juin 2007.
  23. P. Knauth, Nanostructured Ionic and Mixed Conductors for Energy Storage and Conversion, 2nd German-French Summer School on Electrochemistry and Nanotechnology, Lozari, Corse, 2-7 septembre 2007.
  24. P. Knauth, Ionic transport mechanisms in nanocrystalline and nanocomposite solids, Cappadocia SOFC Workshop “Solid Oxide Fuel Cells and Nano-Ionics”, Nigde, Turquie, 1-3 novembre 2007.
  25. P. Knauth, Nanostructured ionic and mixed conducting materials for energy: preparation and properties, 1st French-Thai Workshop on Advanced Materials and Applications (AMEPA-1-2008), Krabi, Thailande, 23-29 mars 2008.
  26. P. Knauth, Nanomatériaux pour l’énergie, Groupement National de Microscopie Electronique à Balayage et de Microanalyses, Journées thématiques, Arras (62), 29 et 30 Mai 2008.
  27. M. L. Di Vona, P. Knauth, Polymer Electrolyte Membrane Development for Direct Methanol Fuel Cells Powering Portable Microelectronic Devices, Portable 2008 Polytronic: 2nd IEEE International Interdisciplinary Conference on Portable Information Devices and 7th IEEE Conference on Polymers and Adhesives in Microelectronics and Photonics, Garmisch, Allemagne, 17-20 août 2008.
  28. P. Knauth, M. L. Di Vona, New proton-conducting hybrid polymer membranes for PEM fuel cells: synthesis and properties, 5th International Symposium on High-Tech Polymer Materials (HTPM-V), Beijing (Chine), 26-31 octobre 2008 (Plenary)
  29. P. Knauth, Inorganic solid Li ion conductors: an overview, International Workshop on Fundamentals of Lithium-based Batteries, Schloss Ringberg, Tegernsee, Allemagne, 23-28 novembre 2008.
  30. P. Knauth, M. L. Di Vona Polymer Nanoionics, 1st International Conference on Nanostructured Materials and Nanocomposites, Kottayam, Kerala, Inde, 6-8 avril 2009.
  31. P. Knauth, Recent progress on microfuel cells and Li ion microbatteries, Journées Scientifiques du C’Nano PACA. Porquerolles, 25-27 Mai 2009.
  32. P. Knauth, Composite Membranes Based On Speek For Proton Exchange Membrane Fuel Cells, THERMEC 2009, Berlin, 24-29 août 2009
  33. P. Knauth, Physical chemistry of proton-conducting polymers, II Polish Forum of Fuel Cells and Hydrogen Technologies, Kocierz, 7-10 septembre 2009.
  34. P. Knauth, Proton-conducting Sulfonated Aromatic Polymer Composites, 7th Composites At Lake Louise (CALL 2009), Lake Louise, Canada, 25-30 octobre 2009 (Keynote).
  35. P. Knauth, Titanium Dioxide: Defects are Paramount for Life, Symposium “Structure and Dynamics in the Solid State” in Honour of Prof. A. V. Chadwick, Canterbury, 25 juin 2010.
  36. P. Knauth, POINT DEFECTS IN 3D AND 1D NANOMATERIALS: THE MODEL CASE OF TITANIUM DIOXIDE, 11th Europhysical Conference on Defects in Insulating Materials EURODIM 2010, Pecs (Hongrie), 12-16 juillet 2010 (Plenary)
  37. P. Knauth, M. L. Di Vona, Aspects of Physical Chemistry of Aromatic Ionomers for Fuel Cells, 12th International Symposium on Polymer Electrolytes (ISPE-12), Padova, 29 aout-3 septembre 2010.
  38. P. Knauth, Ionic Transport at the Nanoscale, French-German Workshop on Chemistry in Nanosciences, Porquerolles, 27 septembre-1er octobre 2010 (Keynote).
  39. P. Knauth, Proton-conducting sulfonated aromatic polymers : structure-property relationships, 6th INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM ON HIGH-TECH POLYMER MATERIALS (HTPM-VI), Xiamen City, Fujian (Chine), 7- 11 novembre 2010.
  40. P. Knauth, TiO2 Nanotubes as Negative Electrode for Li-Ion Microbatteries, XaRMAE Workshop: Challenges for Energy Sources, Barcelona, 25 novembre 2010.
  41. P. Knauth, T. Djenizian, Nanostructured TiO2 for Li-Ion Microbatteries, Nanomeeting 2011 : Physics, Chemistry and Applications of Nanostructures, Minsk, Bielorussie, 24-27 mai 2011.
  42. P. Knauth, M. L. Di Vona, Strategies for Improvement of Sulfonated Aromatic Ionomers, 15th International Conference on Solid State Ionics, Warsaw, 3-8 juillet 2011 (Keynote).
  43. P. Knauth, Proton-conducting sulfonated aromatic polymers: relations between macromolecular structure, water activity and proton mobility, Thermec 2011, Quebec, Canada, 1-5 aout 2011 (Keynote).
  44. P. Knauth, TiO2 nanotubes for Li-ion batteries, Bunsenkolloquium: Diffusion in Solids – Methods, Models, and Materials, Hannover, Allemagne, 27-28 octobre 2011.
  45. P. Knauth, 3D and 1D Nanomaterials: The Model Case of Titanium Dioxide, International Conference and Workshop on Nanostructured Ceramics and other Nanomaterials, Delhi, Inde, 13-16 mars 2012.
  46. P. Knauth, M. Khadhraoui, Static and dynamic mechanical measurements: what information can they provide for PEM fuel cell technology?, 3rd International Lolipem Workshop, Altafulla, Espagne, 28-29 mai 2012.
  47. P. Knauth, M. L. Di Vona, Proton-conducting hydrated acidic polymers: relation between proton concentration and proton mobility, 8th International Materials Technology Conference and Exhibition (IMTCE 8): Symposium on Advanced Polymeric Materials 2012 (ISAPM 2012), Subang Jaya, Selangor, Malaysie, 9-10 juillet 2012.
  48. P. Knauth, M. L. Di Vona, Proton-conducting hydrated acidic polymers:
    relation between proton concentration and proton mobility, XIIIth International Symposium on Polymer Electrolytes (ISPE-13), Selfoss, Islande, 26 – 31 août 2012.
  49. P. Knauth, Physical chemistry of proton-conducting ionomers (Keynote), EUROMAT 2013, Séville, Espagne, 8-13 septembre 2013.
  50. P. Knauth, Advanced Polymer Electrolytes for Electrochemical Energy Technologies, Thermec 2013, Las Vegas, USA, 2-6 décembre 2013.
  51. P. Knauth, T. Djenizian, Towards Lithium Ion 3D Microbatteries using TiO2 Nanotubes, Materials Challenges in Alternative & Renewable Energy 2014 (MCARE 2014), The American Ceramic Society, Clearwater Beach, USA, 17-20 février 2014.

  52. P. Knauth, Ionic conducting polymers for electrochemical energy applications, 9th International Materials Technology Conference and Exhibition (IMTCE 9): International Symposium on Advanced Polymeric Materials 2014 (ISAPM 2014), Kuala Lumpur, Malaysie, 13-16 mai 2014.
  53. P. Knauth, L’enseignement des nanomatériaux en chimie, Journées Nano-Enseignement, Centre de Compétence en Nanosciences et Nanotechnologies, Lyon, 19-20 mars 2015.
  54. P. Knauth, Advances in the electrochemical synthesis of polymer electrolytes for microbatteries, First Franco-Italian Workshop on Nanosciences, Porquerolles, 6-9 septembre 2015.
  55. P. Knauth, Mechanical stability of proton and anion exchange membranes for fuel cells and water electrolysis, 3rd International Workshop on Degradation Issues of Fuel Cells and Electrolysers, Santorini, 28 septembre – 1 octobre 2015.
  56. P. Knauth, Compaction and Initial Stages of Sintering of CeO2 Nanoparticles with Different Size, Shape and Doping, Materials Science and Technology MS&T 2015, Columbus OH, 4-8 octobre 2015.
  57. P. Knauth, Ampholytic polymer membranes for electrochemical energy technologies, EMN meeting Membranes 2016, Dubai, 5-8 avril 2016.
  58. P. Knauth, Nanophase separation in ionomer membranes: implications for ion conductivity and permeability, 8èmes Journées Scientifiques de Porquerolles, 25-27 mai 2016
  59. P. Knauth, Advances in the electrochemical synthesis of polymer electrolytes for microbatteries, Thermec 2016, Graz, Autriche, 29 mai-3 juin 2016.
  60. P. Knauth, Ion conductor membranes for electrochemical energy technologies, Electrochemistry 2016, Goslar, Allemagne, 26-30 septembre 2016.
  61. P. Knauth, Alkali ion conductors (ceramics and polymers), Max Planck International School Electrochemical Energy Conversion and Storage, Stuttgart, Allemagne, 24-26 octobre 2016.
  62. P. Knauth, C. Masquelier, Update on solid electrolytes: evolution since 2012, Alistore Biannual Meeting 2016, Varsovie, Pologne, 13-14 décembre 2016.
  63. P. Knauth, M. L. Di Vona, Electrochemical Synthesis of Ion Conducting Polymer Separators for Li-ion Batteries, MCARE 2017 (Materials Challenges in Alternative  and Renewable Energy), Jeju, Coree, 20-24 février 2017.
  64. P. Knauth, Cation- and anion-conducting aromatic ionomers for electrochemical energy technologies, 21st International Conference on Solid State Ionics, Padoue, Italie, 18-23 juin 2017.
  65. M. L. Di Vona, R. Narducci, I. V. Ferrari, P. Knauth, Comparison between Anion and Cation Exchange Membranes for Fuel Cells, IUMRS-ICAM 2017, 15th International Conference on Advanced Materials, Kyoto, Japon, 27 aout-1er septembre 2017.
  66. P. Knauth, Ion conduction in polymer membranes: application for electrochemical energy technologies, 6th Polish Forum Smart Energy Conversion and Storage, Bukowina Tatrzanska, Pologne, 3-6 septembre 2017.
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