Stéphane Raux, graduated from the ESTACA engineering school and holder of a PhD in process engineering and advanced technologies from Sorbonne University-UPMC, works at IFP Energies nouvelles since 1997. After initial work on the impact of the formulation of diesel fuels on the formation of ultrafine particles and the links between formulation, size, composition and reactivity of particles, he devoted himself to exhaust gas after-treatment systems, mainly particulate filters and SCR systems for NOx abatement. Project manager since 2005, Stéphane and his team have notably contributed to a better knowledge of thermal engine emissions and to the optimization of exhaust gas pollution control systems: catalysts, particulate filters, sensors and actuators.
He is the author of 7 patents, 22 Scopus publications including 10 WOS publications.
- "Rhapsodie" & "Rhapsodie 2" projects, Ademe's call for projects Cortea, in partnership with INERIS, 2016-2021
- European project "Sureal-23", 2016-2019
CO2 Emissions Reduction through a New Multi-Functional Fluid for Simultaneous NOx and Particles Abatement, Zinola, S., Raux, S., Pasquier, D., Trela-Baudot, E., et al., SAE Technical Paper 2020-01-2170, 2020, DOI: 10.4271/2020-01-2170
Ammonium Nitrate Temperature-Programmed Decomposition on Fe–Zeolite Catalysts: Effect of Deposition Method, Pereira, M.V.L., Berthout, D., Petitto, C., Delahay, G., Raux, S., Rousseau, S., ChemCatChem, Volume 9, Issue 12, 22 June 2017, Pages 2339-2343, DOI: 10.1002/cctc.201700147
Persistent Particle Number Emissions Sources at the Tailpipe of Combustion Engines, Zinola, S., Raux, S., Leblanc, M., SAE Technical Paper 2016-01-2283, 2016, DOI: 10.4271/2016-01-2283