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CNRS Research Scientist, NanoMat Team


Laboratoire des Matériaux et du Génie Physique (LMGP) UMR 5628 CNRS – Grenoble INP Minatec 3, Parvis Louis Néel CS 50257 38016 GRENOBLE Cedex 1 France

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Mónica Burriel

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Reserach group:
Oxides for nanoionic devices

Open PhD Position:
Optimization of high performance nano-architectured electrode/electrolyte bilayers for reversible SOCs

If you are interested contact me by email ( as soon as possible!


ESRF Highlights 2020


Analysing the role of oxygen in La2NiO4-based Valence Change Memories

Epistore project aims for super-compact fuel cells

Press release related to our participation in the Epistore FET Proactive European project

Published in MINA-NEWS, February 2021

Light and heat, two new engines for the IoT?

Press release related to our participation in the Harvestore FET Proactive European project

Published in MINA-NEWS N°54, April 2019



My research interests focus on the study of mixed ionic and electronic conducting (MIEC) oxide materials and on understanding the effect of structure, orientation and composition on their derived functional properties. In particular I have studied a large number of perovskite and layered perovskite-related oxides (double-perovskites and Ruddlesden-Popper structures) to be used as oxygen permeation membranes, as Solid Oxide Fuel Cell cathodes working at intermediate temperatures and, more recently, integrated in Nanoionic Devices, such as micro Solid Oxide Cells (μ-SOC) and resistive switching memories.


My current research at LMGP focuses on the preparation of novel ion conducting and mixed ionic-electronic conducting (MIEC) oxide materials, in particular of nanometric thin films grown by Atomic Layer Deposition (ALD) and Metal Organic Chemical Vapour Deposition (MOCVD).The main goal of my work is to study, control and optimize the electronic and ionic transport of these functional oxides to be used in several microtechnology applications, including micro Solid Oxide Cells (μ-SOC), neuromorphic computing systems and non-volatile valence change memories (ReRAMs).

Current supervision of PhD students and postdocs:


PhD student: Carlos MONCASIThoai-Khanh KHUU and Adeel RIAZ

Postdoc: Alex STANGL

Ongoing projects in the field of Oxides for Nanoionic Devices:

Energy harvesting and storage micro-devices:

Epistore project (FET Proactive Horizon 2020)

Harvestore project (FET Proactive Horizon 2020)

Resistive Switching:

Mangaswitch project (ANR PRCI Bilateral collaboration)

Informations complémentaires

Recent Publications

  1. A. Stangl, D. Muñoz-Rojas, M. Burriel*, In situ and operando characterisation techniques for solid oxide electrochemical cells: recent advances, Journal of Physics: Energy, 3, 012001 (2021) invited topical review
  2. J. Resende, A. Sekkat, V.-H Nguyen, T. Chatin, C. Jiménez, M. Burriel, D. Bellet* and D. Muñoz-Rojas*, Planar and Transparent Memristive devices based on Titanium Oxide coated Silver Nanowire Networks with Tunable Switching Voltage, Small, DOI: 10.1002/smll.202007344 (2021)  
  3. K. Maas, E. Villepreux, D. Cooper, E. Salas-Colera, J. Rubio-Zuazo, German R. Castro, O. Renault, C. Jiménez, H. Roussel, X. Mescot, Q. Rafhay, M. Boudard and  M. Burriel*, Tuning Memristivity by Varying the Oxygen Content in a Mixed Ionic–Electronic Conductor, Adv. Funct. Mater. 30 (17), 1909942 (2020). Article highlighted in the ESRF Highlights 2020 annual booklet.
  4. K. Maas, E. Villepreux, D. Cooper, C. Jiménez, H. Roussel, L. Rapenne, X. Mescot, Q. Rafhay, M. Boudard and  M. Burriel*, Using a mixed ionic electronic conductor to build an analog memristive device with neuromorphic programming capabilities, J. Mater. Chem. C, 8, 464 (2020). Back Cover
  5. B. Meunier, E. Martinez, R. Rodriguez-Lamas, D. Pla, M. Burriel, M. Boudard, C. Jiménez, J.-P. Rueff, O. Renault, Resistive switching in a LaMnO3+δ/TiN memory cell investigated by operando hard X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy, J. Appl. Phys. 126, 225302 (2019)
  6. S. Bagdzevicius*, M. Boudard, J.M. Caicedo, L. Rapenne, X. Mescot, R. Rodríguez-Lamas, F. Robaut, J. Santiso and M. Burriel*, Superposition of Interface and Volume Type Resistive Switching in perovskite nanoionic devices, J. Mater. Chem. C, 7, 7580 (2019)
  7. B. Meunier*, D. Pla, R. Rodriguez-Lamas, M. Boudard, O. Chaix-Pluchery, E.  Martinez,  N. Chevalier, C.  Jiménez, M.  Burriel*, O. Renault, Microscopic mechanisms of local interfacial resistive switching in LaMnO3+δ, ACS Applied Electronic Materials 7, 7580 (2019)
  8. S. Bagdzevicius*, M. Boudard*, J.M. Caicedo, X. Mescot, R. Rodríguez-Lamas, J. Santiso and M. Burriel*, Bipolar “table with legs” resistive switching in epitaxial perovskite heterostructures, Solid State Ionics, 334, 29-35 (2019)
  9. R. Rodriguez-Lamas, D. Pla, O. Chaix-Pluchery, B. Meunier, F. Wilhelm, A. Rogalev, L. Rapenne, X. Mescot, Q. Rafhay, H. Roussel, M. Boudard, C. Jiménez and M. Burriel*, Beilstein J. Nanotechnol., 10, 389–398 (2019)

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