Marie Duquesne defended her PhD “Resolution and reduction of a non-linear energy storage model by adsorption on zeolites” in 2013 at the University of Bordeaux. She is Associate Professor at the Institute of Technology of Bordeaux since 2015 and Researcher at TREFLE Department (Fluids & Transfers) of I2M (Institute of Mechanics and Engineering). She has expertise in thermal energy storage at low-to-medium temperatures. She contributed to the ANR Project SIMINTHEC (National Project, 2008-2011), to the European FP7 SAM.SSA Project (2012-2015) and contributes to the Interreg SUDOE European SUDOKET Project (2018-2021) and to the Region Nouvelle Aquitaine BioMCP project (2018-2021). She is currently coordinating the International Scientific Cooperation Project (PICS) PHASE-IR funded by CNRS (2019-2022).
Thermal Energy Storage, Phase Transitions, Phase Change Materials, Heat & Mass Transfers, Material Characterization, Screening, Materials Engineering, Environmental Engineering, Macrostructure formation, Crystal growth kinetics, Solid-Liquid interfaces, Thermal and Optical Imaging, Imaging and signal processes