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Damien HUDEBINE

Research Engineer
Damien Hudebine obtained his degree in Chemical Engineering (ENSIC) in 1999 before completing his PhD in the kinetic modeling group of IFPEN in collaboration with ENS Lyon until 2002. He then joined
Numéro 40 de Science@IFPEN
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Extrapolating ethanol-from-biomass production technologies

The industrial production of ethanol from lignocellulosic biomass was demonstrated by the Futurol projecta. The extrapolation and optimization of the process, along with its flexibility in terms of
Numéro 38 de Science@IFPEN
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F’Unlock project: to unlock plant biomass hydrolysis using enzymes

Lignocellulosic biomass is an interesting raw material for the production of fuels and chemical intermediates because it is abundant and has a much smaller environmental footprint than fossil
Science@ifpen n°35
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‘‘BRANE Power’’: of genes and algorithms, an alliance for green chemistry

THESIS BY AURÉLIE PIRAYRE, 2018 YVES CHAUVIN PRIZE