Dr. Elodie Salager

CNRS researcher - "Materials and Magnetic Resonance" research group
Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique – CEMHTI (CNRS-CEMHTI)


Elodie Salager is a CNRS Researcher in the CNRS-CEMHTI laboratory in Orléans (France) and co-head of the MATRMAG group within CEMHTI since January 2024.
After a PhD degree in Chemistry from ENS Lyon (France) in 2010 for the development of solid-state Nuclear Magnetic Resonance methods for powdered pharmaceutical compounds, she worked as a post-doctoral fellow in Clare Grey’s group at the University of Cambridge in the UK, where she benefited from a Marie Skłodowska-Curie grant from the European Union on NMR studies of silicon anodes. She joined CNRS in 2013 and was awarded the CNRS bronze medal for promising researchers in 2021. She is also a member of the French research network on electrochemical energy storage (RS2E).
Her research interests focus on the link between structure and function in materials, either raw or contained in functioning devices. In particular she combines Nuclear and Electronic Magnetic Resonance spectroscopy and imaging (NMR, EPR, MRI, EPRI)  with electrochemical studies (ex situ or operando) to characterize materials and devices for electrochemical storage. She co-authored 44 peer-reviewed papers.