Numéro 39 de Science@ifpen
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Interactions between clay minerals and anionic surfactants

THESIS OF ARIANE SUZZONI
Issue 39 of Science@ifpen
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An explosive cocktail for steel fracture?

THESIS OF MARTIEN DUVALL DEFFO AYAGOU
Numéro 38 de Science@IFPEN
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CARMEN focuses on energy transition materials

To support the development of innovations for the energy transition, the CNRS, École Normale Supérieure Lyon, IFPEN, Sorbonne University, Claude Bernard Lyon 1 University and the University of
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Pascal RAYBAUD

Scientific Assistant Director
Researcher in Molecular Modeling applied to Catalysis
Pascal Raybaud is Researcher in molecular modeling applied to catalysis and Scientific Assistant Director in the Catalysis, Biocatalysis and Separation Division at IFP Energies nouvelles (IFPEN) . He
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Marie MARSIGLIA (Moiré)

Researcher - PhD in Physical-Chemistry
In 2012, Marie MARISGLIA (MOIRE) obtained her Master Degree in Chemistry and the French Engineer title from ENSCR. Three years later, she became PhD in Physical Chemistry from UPMC and won IFPEN My
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Céline CHIZALLET

Project Leader, ab initio calculations for Catalysis
After a PhD in heterogeneous catalysis (Paris 6 Univ., 2003-2006), during which I acquired skills in mineral synthesis, spectroscopies, catalytic testing and computational modelling, I chose to
Issue 37 of Science@ifpen
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Carbon steel in self-defense mode against corrosion

Carbon or low-alloy steel corrosion, by aqueous media containing CO 2 , hampers the development of numerous technologies a for the energy transition. Among the electrochemical processes involved, the
Issue 37 Science@ifpen
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Foam rheology in porous media

For processes involving gas injection, such as enhanced oil recovery (EOR a ) and CO 2 storage operations, the use of foam makes it easier to control gas mobility . Improving these processes requires
Issue 37 Science@ifpen
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Phase equilibria in confined media

In many geological reservoirs, pore size distribution is highly heterogeneous (from 2 to 50 nm). While the molecular size of the confined fluids is between 0.5 and 10 nm, their interaction forces with
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Adsorption, a key factor for geological storage

Low permeability geological layers, already known within the context of oil exploration, are once again becoming a focus of interest for energy (compressed air), gas (CO 2 , H 2 , CH 4 ) and waste