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Franck Rataboul

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445 338 (Standard + 33 [0] 472 445 300)
P210

Mots clés

Biomass. Heterogeneous and organometallic catalysis.

02/2013: Habilitation, University Lyon 1

Transformation of mono and polysaccharides using chemical and/or catalytic routes.

Jury: Bruno Andrioletti

         François Jérôme

         Michel Delmas

         Franck Dumeignil

         Philippe Marion

         Nadine Essayem

         Catherine Pinel

10/2002: PhD University Lyon 1.

Preparation of new zirconium oxide supported on silica using organometallic chemistry. Application to the preparation of catalysts for the alkane metathesis reaction.

Jury: Henry Chermette

         Sylvianne Sabo-Etienne

         Hubert Mutin

         Jean Thivolle-Cazat

         Christophe Copéret

         Jean-Marie Basset

1999: MSci. University Toulouse 3.

Preparation of zinc oxide nanoparticles from an organometallic approach.

 

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2015-now: Co-head of the Sustainable Chemistry team

2007-now: CNRS Researcher at IRCELYON in the Sustainable Chemistry team.

2005-2007: Post-doctorat, Imperial College London (UK). Pr Paul Lickiss

2003-2004: Post-doctorat, Leibniz Institute for Organic Catalysis of Rostock (All.). Pr Matthias Beller

1999-2002: PhD in Chemistry, University Lyon 1, LCOMS. Dr Jean-Marie Basset

1999: MSci in Coordination chemistry, LCC-Toulouse. Dr Bruno Chaudret

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Transformation of lignocellulose components into added-value chemicals and materials using catalytic processes.

 

First examples: valorisation of cellulose using solid acid catalysts

 

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Second examples: valorisation of native biopolymers into new biomaterials

Organometallic and solid acid catalysis.

Catalytic cellulose, hemicellulose and lignin transformation into small products or new biomaterials.

Reactivity in liquid phase using batch or continuous flow reactors.

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