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The Chemistry and Process Engineering team organized its research in two main themes :

  • The “Chemistry, Analysis and Process for the Environment” group (CAPE) positioned to the treatment of micro-pollutant at the trace level in air, water and soils.
  • The membrane group focused on the on the transfers and the interfaces in membrane separation process.

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Organic traces analysis

Organic traces analysis

The team develops analytical methods for the analysis of organic trace compounds in air, water or soil. High sensitivities are achieved by an appropriate combination of purification techniques, (...)

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Chemical, biological and physico-chemical treatment processes

Chemical, biological and physico-chemical treatment processes

A large variety of processes are studied and developed aiming at the removal or degradation of targeted compounds (trace level, refractory, toxic, …) in real conditions (complex mixtures and (...)

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Modeling and simulation

Modeling and simulation

Numerical modeling and simulation are implemented from the microscopic scale to the industrial scale in order to describe and rationalize interfacial phenomena (liquid/solid, gas/solid or (...)

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Materials

Materials

Research activities focusing on materials lie in the fields of development and behavior of adsorbents (Usman et al., 2013), catalytic (Lebullenger et al., 2010) and photocatalytic (Ketir et al., (...)

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Membrane processes

The team has also a strong expertise in membrane processes (ultrafiltration (Paugam et al., 2010), nanofiltration (Diallo et al., 2013), reverse osmosis (Fargues et al., 2013), membrane (...)

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