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News 01 December 2018

Issue 35 of Science@ifpen - Recent PhD graduates

The aim of fundamental research at IFPEN, structured around cross-functional and multidisciplinary scientific questions, is to build the skills and knowledge base required for the development of new solutions in the fields of energy, transport and climate.

Issue 40 of Science@IFPEN
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Looping the chemistry for clean energy

Chemical Looping Combustion (CLC) is an airless combustion technology using oxygen carrier materials (OCM), which circulate between an oxidation and a reduction reaction zone. Separation into two
Issue 40 of Science@IFPEN
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Process efficiency: a matter of integration!

In order to optimize the use of very expensive installations, the development of industrial processes needs to take into account integration between units, both for developments relating to mature
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Mix between kinetic and machine learning models

Having access to increasingly precise and robust extrapolation models to be able to predict certain propertiesa remains a major challenge for chemical processes industry. For widely used models, be
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Maxime MOREAUD

Project leader "Data Driven Design", in charge of plug im!
Maxime Moreaud is project leader for the Scientific Division, in the Digital Science and Technology Division. He led the IFPEN's scientific challenges 4 concerning Massive Data Flows. Graduated from
Numéro 39 de Science@ifpen
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Lasers and algorithms to limit soot

THESIS OF FABIEN TAGLIANTE
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Quang Huy TRAN

Research engineer in Scientific Computing
Quang Huy Tran graduated from Mines ParisTech and completed his doctoral thesis in Applied Mathematics at IFPEN and Rice University (Texas) before returning to IFPEN as a research engineer
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ROLLAND Matthieu

PhD, HDR
After various experiences in mechanics, consulting and chemical engineering, Matthieu ROLLAND has been working in improving tools and methodologies for catalyst testing since 2002. He is interested in
Numéro 38 de Science@IFPEN
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SmartEole project: making better use of wind through smart rotors

The rapid development of wind energy production depends, to a great extent, on improving its energy efficiency and its economic profitability. To maximize performance and operating life spans, the
Numéro 38 de Science@IFPEN
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A robust vehicle pollution control system thanks to the OQUAIDO chair

The OQUAIDOa applied mathematics chair, launched in January 2016 and hosted by the École des Mines engineering school in Saint-Étienne, brings together academic and industrial partnersb to tackle
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Delphine SINOQUET

Research engineer / project leader in optimization
PhD in applied mathematics
Master degree in numerical analysis (Paris 6 university) PhD in applied mathematics (Paris 13 university) : inversion problem of seismic tomography 1994-2003 : research engineer in geophysic division