Innovative materials: which scale-up methodology?

IRCELYON (near Lyon), France - 23-24 March 2020

GENERAL INFORMATION 

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IFP Energies nouvelles (IFPEN)
is a public-sector research, innovation and training center.
It has an international scope, covering the fields of energy, transport and the environment.

The research strategy of IFPEN is supported by two pillars: scientific excellence and anticipation of society and industry needs.

To maintain the highest level of excellence, IFPEN promotes exchange between its researchers and the scientific community.

The Science'Innov Worshops enable all participants, experts from the worlds of academic and industrial research, to present their work and discuss the progress made, possible applications and the challenges to be addressed.

For more information on IFPEN: www.ifpenergiesnouvelles.com
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IRCELYON (Institute of Research on Catalysis and Environment of Lyon)  is a joint research laboratory of the University Claude Bernard Lyon1 and the CNRS (UMR 5256) and its activities are covering a wide range of research areas, from fundamental investigations, to applied developments in the fields of Energy, Chemistry and the Environment.

Addressing scientific, technological and environmental challenges has been made possible by the amazingly complementary skills brought together by our recognized staff.

Structured around five research teams, IRCELYON benefits also from a strong technical expertise.
This creates a unique research environment challenging new scientific breakthrough, at the frontline of chemistry such as :

  •  Conception of catalytic materials (oxides, metallic, MOF, biomimetic…): from design to applications
  •  Synergy between catalysis and environmental chemistry (water and air treatments, depollution,
  •  trace analysis, understanding of reaction mechanisms, impact assessments…)
  •  Deep characterization (including in-situ or operando, analysis of complex media)
  •  From model molecules to real feedstocks (heavy oils, lignocellulosic materials, soots…)

 

For more information on IRCELYON: www.ircelyon.univ-lyon1.fr