Matthieu Dubarry

Assistant Researcher
Matthieu Dubarry
Address: 

Hawaii Natural Energy Institute
School of Ocean and Earth Science and Technology
University of Hawaii at Manoa

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(808) 956-2349
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(808) 956-2336
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PATENTS
• Procédé de préparation d'un oxyde de lithium et de vanadium du type Li1+aV3O8,
(Method for preparing a lithium and vanadium oxide of the Li1+aV3O8 type).
D. Guyomard, M. Dubarry, J. Gaubicher et M. Deschamps,
French Patent CNRS-BATSCAP n°0401799, 02/23/2004. International extension WO/2005/090237, 09/29/2005.

• Matériau nanostructuré, procédé pour sa fabrication (Nanostructured material, method for the preparation thereof).
J. Gaubicher, D. Guyomard, M. Dubarry, P. Moreau et M. Deschamps,
French Patent CNRS-BATSCAP n°0411243, 10/22/2004. International extension WO/2006/045923, 05/04/2006.

• Oxyde de lithium et de vanadium Li1+aV3O8, procédé pour sa préparation,
(Lithium and vanadium oxide Li1+aV3O8, method for the preparation there of).
J. Gaubicher, B. Morel, M. Dubarry, D.Guyomard et M. Deschamps,
French Patent CNRS-BATSCAP n°0411310, 10/22/2004. International extension WO/2006/045922, 05/04/2006.

• Procédé de fabrication de γ-LiV2O5 (Method for the preparation of γ-LiV2O5).
M. Dubarry, B. Morel, J. Gaubicher, D.Guyomard et M. Deschamps,
French Patent CNRS-BATSCAP n°0411312, 10/22/2004. International extension WO/2006/045921, 05/04/2006.
 

University of Hawaii Information: 

Visiting Scholar
Lithium Batteries Specialist

Other Professional: 

2007-2009: Research Engineer at the Electrochemical Power Systems Laboratory of the Hawaii Natural Energy Institute (HNEI) leading the task on electric and hybrid vehicle data acquisition and the evaluation, analysis, modeling and simulation of lithium rechargeable batteries and fuel cells in the laboratory and in the field.
Leading scientist on several industrial projects with Enova, HCATT, the US airforce, Southwest research Institute and Expert Microsystems.
2005-2006: Postdoctoral Fellow at the Hawaii Natural Energy Institute (HNEI), working in the Electrochemical Power Systems Laboratory in collaboration with ENOVA and HCATT on electric and hybrid vehicle data acquisition and the evaluation, analysis, modeling and simulation of lithium rechargeable batteries and fuel cells in the laboratory and in the field.
2001-2004: PhD at the Nantes Institute of Materials in Solid State Chemistry laboratory on synthesis, characterization and optimization of positive electrode materials for lithium batteries applications.
2000: 3 months masters placement at the Science of ceramics processes and of surface treatment (SCPST) in Limoges, France.
2000: 4 months work placement at Dupont iTechnologies Microcircuit Materials at Raleigh, NC USA.
1998: 3 months work placement at the Shell Research and Technology Center at Louvain la Neuve, Belgium.

Education: 

2006: Post Doctorate at the Hawaii Natural Energy Institute (HNEI) in the Electrochemical Power Systems Laboratory.
2004: PhD at the Nantes Institute of Materials in Solid State Chemistry department.
2001: Masters Degree (DEA) ‘Materials’ with ‘ceramics specialization’ at Limoges Science University.
2001: Masters Degree (Engineering school) at the ENSCI ‘French Advanced Ceramics Engineering School’ in Limoges with micro-electronic minor specialization.
1998: University Technology Diploma (DUT) ‘Physical Measurements’ at the Limoges Institute of Technology (IUT) with specialization in Materials and Controls in Physics and Chemistry.

Selected Publications: 

Publications (19) and Proceedings (5):

- 2009 (3)
Origins and accomodation of cell variations in Li-ion battery pack modeling.
M. Dubarry, N. Vuillaume and B.Y. Liaw, International Journal of Energy Research, invited, Accepted.

Ultrafast Synthesis of Li1+aV3O8 Gel Precursors for Lithium Batteries Applications
M. Dubarry, J. Gaubicher, N. Dupre, C. Grey and D. Guyomard , Solid State Ionics, Accepted.

From Single Cell Model To Battery Pack Simulation for Lithium Ion Batteries
M. Dubarry, N. Vuillaume and B.Y. Liaw, J. Power Sources, 186(2), p. 500 (2009).

2008 (5)
Report of uncommon potential hysteresis in the Li / Li2xVO(H2-xPO4)2 (0 < x < 2) system.
M. Dubarry, J. Gaubicher, G. Wallez , P. Moreau, M. Quarton and D. Guyomard.Electrochimica Acta, 53(13), p. 4564 (2008).

From Li-ion single cell model to battery pack simulation.
M. Dubarry, N. Vuillaume and B.Y. Liaw.
Proceeding of the IEEE International Conference on Control Applications, Article # 4629598, p. 708 (2008).

Diagnostic of a Battery Pack Reliability and Life via Modeling and Simulation
M. Dubarry and B.Y. Liaw.
Proceeding of the 43rd Power Sources Conference, p. 43 (2008).

Analysis of a Hybrid Power Source Using Fuzzy logic Recognition Tool
M. Dubarry, N. Vuillaume and B.Y. Liaw.
Proceeding of the 43rd Power Sources Conference, p. 237 (2008).

Battery State of Health Monitoring Using Electrochemical Techniques.
M. Dubarry and B.Y. Liaw.
Proceeding of the 43rd Power Sources Conference, p. 437 (2008).

2007 (6)
A Roadmap to Understand Battery Performance in Electric and Hybrid Vehicle Operation.
M. Dubarry, V. Svoboda, R. Hwu and B.Y. Liaw, J. Power Sources, 174(2), p. 366 (2007).

Development of a Universal Modeling Tool for Rechargeable Lithium Batteries.
M. Dubarry and B.Y. Liaw, J. Power Sources, 174(2), p. 856 (2007).

Capacity Loss in Rechargeable Lithium Cells During Cycle Life Testing: The Importance of Determining State Of Charge.
M. Dubarry, V. Svoboda, R. Hwu and B.Y. Liaw, J. Power Sources, 174(2), p. 1121 (2007).

Vehicle Evaluation, Battery Modeling, and Fleet-Testing Experiences in Hawaii: A Roadmap to Understanding Evaluation Data and Simulation.
M. Dubarry, N. Vuillaume, B. Y. Liaw and T. Quinn, Journal of Asian Electric Vehicles, 5(2), p. 1033 (2007).

From Driving Cycle Analysis to Understanding Battery Performance in Real-Life Electric Hybrid Vehicle Operation.
B.Y Liaw and M. Dubarry, J. Power Sources, invited, Special Issue on Hybrid Electric Vehicles, 174(1), p. 76 (2007).

Capacity and Power Fading Mechanism Identification From a Commercial Cell Evaluation.
M. Dubarry, V. Svoboda, R. Hwu and B.Y. Liaw, J. Power Sources, 165(2), p. 566 (2007).

2006 (5)
Incremental Capacity Analysis and Close-to-Equilibrium OCV Measurements to Quantify Capacity Fade in Commercial Rechargeable Lithium Batteries.
M. Dubarry, V. Svoboda, R. Hwu and B.L. Liaw, Electrochem. Solid State Lett., 9(10), p. A454 (2006).

Formation of Li1+nV3O8/β-Li1/3V2O5/C nanocomposites by carboreduction and resulting improvements of the capacity retention.
M. Dubarry, J. Gaubicher, P. Moreau, and D. Guyomard,
Journal of Physics and Chemistry of Solids, 67(5-6), p.1312 (2006).

Atypical Li1.1V3O8 prepared by novel synthesis route.
A. Deptuła, M. Dubarry, A. Noret, J. Gaubicher, T. Olczak, W. Łada and D. Guyomard,
Electrochem. Solid State Lett., 9 (1), p. A16 (2006).

Formation of Li1+nV3O8/β-Li1/3V2O5/C Nanocomposites by Carboreduction and Resulting Improvement in Li Capacity Retention.
M. Dubarry, J. Gaubicher, P. Moreau, and D. Guyomard, J. Electrochem. Soc., 153 (2), p. A295 (2006).

Sol Gel Synthesis of Li1+αV3O8. Part II, From Xerogel to the Anhydrous Material.
M. Dubarry, J. Gaubicher, N. Steunou, N. Dupre, C. Grey, J. Livage and D. Guyomard,
Chem. Mater., 18, p. 629 (2006).

2005 (2)
Analysis of Electric Vehicle Usage of a Hyundai Santa Fe Fleet in Hawaii.
M. Dubarry, M. Bonnet, B. Dailliez, A. Teeters and B. Y. Liaw, Journal of Asian Electric Vehicles, 3 , p. 657 (2005).

Sol Gel Synthesis of Li1+αV3O8. Part I, From Precursors to Xerogel.
M. Dubarry, J. Gaubicher, O. Durupthy, N. Steunou, N. Dupre, C. Grey, J. Livage and D. Guyomard,
Chem. Mater., 17, p. 2276 (2005).

2004 (2)
Li4VO(PO4)2 : Synthesis, structure and electrochemical behavior.
M. Dubarry, J. Gaubicher, G. Wallez , P. Moreau, M. Morcrette , M. Quarton and D. Guyomard, Proceedings of the Symposium
 


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