Joël Fauré

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(email:joel.faure@univ-reims.fr)

 

Laboratory: Laboratory of Engineering and Materials Science (France) - LISM (Reims University)

Address: LISM UFR SEN,Campus Moulin de la Housse, Batiment 6, BP1039, 51687 Reims Cedex 2

 

 

Abstract

My research work concerns the elaboration and characterization of Biomaterials used for  Bone Filling and for Prosthetic Coatings : Hydroxyapatite and Bioactive Glasses. I elaborate these  biomaterials by using the  Sol-Gel process. I started working in EPD in 2010. My goal is to develop by EPD coatings on the Ti6Al4V substrate not able to be obtain by conventional coatings techniques (Electrodeposition, Plasme Torch…). We elaborated nano-hydroxyapatite and bioactive glasses (58S and 45S5) coatings on the « usual » Ti6Al4V surface treated by alumina projection. We also develop hydroxyapatite and 58S coatings on a nonastructured Ti6Al4V surface obtained by the Surface Mechanical Attrition treatment. We can made a post EPD thermal treatment at high temperature (until 1000°C) by using a furnace under Controlled Atmosphere. Physico-chemical and Biological « in-vitro » characterization are performed by conventional techniques : SEM, EDXS, DRX, 3D Optical microscopy, Corrosion resistance and osseous cells viability and proliferation in physiological medium.

 

Selected Publications

  • J. Fauré, R. Drevet, S. Potiron, D. M. Gordin, H. Oudadesse, T. Gloriant and H. Benhayoune « Electrophoretic deposition of bioglasses coatings on Ti12Mo5Ta alloy » Key Engineering Materials 507, 135-140, 2012.
  •   J Fauré, R Drevet, N Ben Jaber, S Potiron, C Demangel, D Retraint and H Benhayoune « Electrophoretic deposition of hydroxyapatite and 58S bioactive glass coatings on the Ti6Al4V alloy subjected to Surface Mechanical Attrition Treatment » Key Engineering Materials, 654, 149-153, 2015
  •  R. Drevet, N. Ben Jaber, J. Fauré, A. Tara,  A. Ben Cheikh Larbi, H. Benhayoune « Electrophoretic deposition (EPD) of nano-hydroxyapatite coatings with improved mechanical properties on prosthetic Ti6Al4V substrates » Surface and Coatings Technology, 301, 94–99, 2016