Actualités

Les actualités d'IRCELYON

  • lundi 09 octobre 2017 - Soutenance de thèse

    Said Achraf – hydrogenolyse d'hemicellulose

    Amphithéâtre de la Délégation Rhône-Auvergne du CNRS

    2 Avenue Albert Einstein 69100 Villeurbanne

    Candidat

    Said Achraf

    Jury

    Mme EPERON Florence, Rapporteur, Directrice de Recherche CNRS M. HEERES Hero Jan, Rapporteur, Professeur à l'Université de Groningen M. DA SILVA PEREZ Denilson, Examinateur, Chef de projet à l'Institut du FCBA M. FONGARLAND Pascal, Examinateur, Professeur à l'Université de Lyon 1 Mme PINEL Catherine, Directrice de recherche CNRS, Directrice de thèse, Université de Lyon 1 Mme BESSON Michèle, Directrice de Recherche CNRS, Encadrante, Université de Lyon 1 Melle PERRET Noémie, Invitée, Chargée de recherche CNRS, Université de Lyon 1
  • mardi 10 octobre 2017 - mercredi 11 octobre 2017 - Congrès externe

    Atmos'Fair

    Lyon, France

    Pollution de l'Air Extérieur et Intérieur / Outdoor and Indoor Air Pollution

    Sources, Impacts, Diagnostics & Solutions

    Plus d'infos sur le site : http://www.atmosfair.fr/

  • mercredi 18 octobre 2017 09:30:00 - Soutenance de thèse

    Riviere Maxime – Transformation par hydrogénolyse/hydrodéoxygénation catalytique en phase aqueuse de polyols issus de la biomasse

    Salle Fontannes, RdC du bâtiment Darwin D.

    Candidat

    Riviere Maxime

    Jury

    M. PAUL Sébastien,rapporteur, Professeur des Universités, Ecole Centrale de Lille Mme VIVIER Laurence, rapporteur, Maître de Conférences, Université de Poitiers M. DELCROIX Damien, Examinateur, Ingénieur de recherche, IFPEN Mme GIROIR-FENDLER Anne, Présidente de Jury, Professeure des Universités, Université de Lyon 1 Mme BESSON Michèle, Directrice de Recherche CNRS, Encadrante, Université de Lyon 1 Mme PINEL Catherine, Directrice de Recherche CNRS, Co-encadrante, Université de Lyon 1
  • lundi 11 décembre 2017 - vendredi 15 décembre 2017 - Congrès externe

    Catbior 2017, 4th International Congress on Catalysis for Biorefineries

    Lyon, France

    Palais Hirsch 18 quai Claude Bernard Lyon, France

    Catbior 2017  will address the main issues in the dynamic field of catalysis for biorefineries, in fundamental and applied catalysis researches for biomass transformation. Special emphasis will be placed on the utilization of lignocellulosic or algal biomass and non-edible vegetable oils, which do not compete with food. It will be focused on the use of sustainable catalytic methodologies, heterogeneous and homogeneous, including hybrid or dual catalysis.

    The topics of interest include:
    1) Catalytic routes for direct polysaccharides, lignin, and raw biomass transformation.
    2) Catalytic transformation of lignocellulosic platform chemicals.
    3) Catalytic transformation of vegetable oils, fats, algae and oleo-derived chemicals.
    4) Thermochemical transformations of biomass into bio-oils and related catalytic upgrading technologies for bio-oils.
    5) Modeling aspects of the processes and mechanistic studies.
    6) Development of analytic tools, in situ characterization techniques.

    Preliminary Program:
    The program of the "4th International Congress on Catalysis for Biorefineries” (Catbior 2017) will include 4 plenary lectures, 6 keynotes lectures in addition to orals/posters communications.
    Moreover, three Industrial symposia are scheduled with invited speakers, on the following topics:
    1- Starch, sugar, wood industries: past and future
    2- Biomass to chemicals
    3- Biomass to biofuels

  • dimanche 15 juillet 2018 - mercredi 18 juillet 2018 - Congrès externe

    Gold 2018

    Paris, France

    campus of the Pierre et Marie Curie University, UPMC

    8th International Gold Conference : Recent advances in catalysis, plasmonics, nanoelectronics and nanomedicine

    Scientific Topics

    1. Catalysis: Heterogeneous catalysis (oxidation, hydrogenations, single site catalysis), Homogenous catalysis, Photocatalysis, Electrocatalysis, Plasmonics assisted catalysis, Bimetallic catalysis

    2. Plasmonics: Nanophotonics, Thermal effects, Ultrafast spectroscopy, Surface enhanced spectroscopies (fluorescence, SERS, SEIRA, TERS)

    3. Biofunctionalization and medical applications: Theranostics, Environmental impact, Toxicity, Biosensing, Biofunctionalization, Therapy, Imaging

    4. Nanoparticles synthesis and self-assembly: Self assembled monolayers on gold surfaces and on nanoparticles, Self-organization of nanoparticles, Bioinspired self-assembly, DNA nanotechnology, Nano-clusters, Novel syntheses and novel surface ligands

    5. Molecular gold complexes: Homogenous catalysis, Luminescence, Bioactivity, Coordination chemistry

    6. Nanoelectronics and electrochemistry: Hot carriers and plasmonics, Nanoelectronics, Gold functionalization for molecular electronics, Electrochemistry, Charge transfer at interfaces