In a few words

Nicolas Ferrando graduated from Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Ingénieurs en Génie Chimique (Toulouse) with a Chemical Engineering degree, followed by a PhD in Chemistry from Université Paris XI. He joined IFPEN in 2004 as research engineer in the Thermodynamic and Molecular Simulation Department, in charge of physical-chemistry modeling of processes. Since 2017, he is project manager in the reservoir modeling program, in charge of developing a PVT software. He also supervised two PhD students and participates to educational activities at IFP-School. He has published some thirty publications in peer reviewed journals, two patents, and is co-leader of a working group in Société Française de Génie des Procédés.

Research subjects
Thermodynamics of fluid phases (biomass, hydrocarbons, hydrogen, electrolytes)
PVT modeling of reservoir fluids

- CARBONE (software developed with Kappa Engineering and Beicip-Franlab)


Lopez-Lazaro, C., Bachaud, P., Moretti, I., Ferrando, N. ; Predicting the phase behavior of hydrogen in NaCl brines by molecular simulation for geological applications, 2019; BSGF – Earth Science Bulletin; 190, 2019008

Pereira, C.G.; Féjean, C.; Betoulle, S.; Ferrando, N.; Lugo, R.; de Hemptinne, JC; Mougin, P; Guaiacol and its mixtures: New data and predictive models Part 1: Phase equilibrium; 2018; Fluid Phase Equilibria; 470, 75-90

R. Nagrimanov, M. Stolov, N. Ferrando, M. Varfolomeev, R. Lugo, JC de Hemptinne; Guaiacol and its mixtures: New data and predictive models Part 2: Gibbs energy of solvation; 2018; Fluid Phase Equilibria; 170, 91-100

Ahmed, S; Ferrando, N.; de Hemptinne, J-C; Simonin, J-P; Bernard, O.; Baudouin, O.; Modeling mixed-solvent electrolytes; 2018; Fluid Phase Equilibria; 459; 138-157