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Céline Pagis
Fundamental Research
News 09 October 2018

Céline Pagis, PhD researcher at IFPEN/IRCELYON, recipient of the L’Oréal-Unesco “For Women in Science” fellowship

Applied to the field of the chemistry of materials and catalysis, Céline Pagis’ thesis is sponsored by IFPEN and supervised by IRCELYON  (the Lyon Institute of Catalysis and Environmental Research)

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Processes are converting to microfluidics

The diversification of resources (atypical oil feeds or bio-based feeds) is leading to the development of new conversion processes a or to the upgrading of flexibility for existing ones. These
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Raman: the secret of a successful separation

The development and optimization of chemical processes increasingly involves the instrumentation of pilot and industrial units with inline effluent analysis technologies, capable of supplying relevant
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Catalyst selectivity: spectral investigations

THESIS BY FABIEN CARON
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Pollutant emissions: better knowing them to fight them better

Vehicle approval certifies that the emissions of said vehicle meet the specifications imposed by existing standards. Although current regulations only concern a limited number of chemical species ,
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Where aviation fuels are concerned... compromise is the name of the game

In the aviation sector, fuels derived from hydrotreated vegetable oils (HEFA a ) are seen as an alternative to petroleum based Jet A-1 b to reduce the environmental footprint of air transport .
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Observation of soot in a diesel flame

The reduction in IC engine particle emissions requires a detailed knowledge of the physicochemical processes at work during combustion . While fuels have long since been considered as a constant for
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Journey to the center of a droplet

THÈSE DE CHARLOTTE GALLOIS
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Extrusion: playing the SAXS for success!

Alumina , the archetypal material used for hydrotreatment catalyst supports, has a porous structure at supramolecular scales, determining the transport of oil feeds within it. This structure is