Being a federator and an integrator, RS2E wants to be a scientific pool, generating ideas and innovations that must be protected and enhanced according to a specific schematic aiming at speeding up technology transfer.
The valorisation device set up, centered around a patents portfolio which is handled by a patent engineer , is based on i) a quick and efficient filing and administrative follow-up of patents and ii) a controlled technological transfer. The latter (schematic below) is based, on one hand, on the industrials being granted privileged access to the patents portfolio and on the other hand on a patent option system. Thus, each member of the RS2E Club of industrials is aware of the patents applications as soon as they are filed, thus benefiting of a significant competit
The European research network of excellence ALISTOREcreated in 2004 by Jean‑Marie Tarascon on the occasion of the 6th FP6 program fits the objective of restructuring research on Li-ion batteries at the European level. In 2008 this network became a European research institute (ALISTORE‑ERI) financially independent thanks to the creation of an associated industrials Club. R. Palacin and P.
The network, pool of scientific ideas and technological development, is the ideal place to put forward formations of excellence provided by the universities welcoming the founder laboratories in order to form the new generations.
One of the fundamental aspects of materials for energy storage and conversion is already part of a Master labelled Erasmus Mundus entitled «Materials for Energy Storage and Conversion» http://www.u-picardie.fr/mundus_MESC/. This offer of formation will be beef up as follows/
Once upon a time: lithium-ion... Research on batteries and energy storage is fascinating for European and American scientists since the 1970s. But in 1991, it's the Japanese company Sony which marketed the first lithium-ion battery. An international bestseller, it didn’t led to quick commercial developments in Europe despite the best efforts of French researchers (Rachid Yazami, Christian Masquelier, Jean-Marie Tarascon, Michel Armand…) and British ones (J-B. Goodenough, S. Whittingham...)!