Hydrogen (H2) is a very promising resource. It can be transported and stored in large amounts into underground natural reservoirs. H2 is also produced as a geological resource from natural emissions.<br /><br />The results of the chair will lead to a better understanding of the processes controlling H2 migration and retention in geological formations; to new tools and methodologies to reduce the risks associated with geological storage; to provide technical guidance for its exploration and production.
Electroleaching-Electrodeposition For recovery of Precious metals from electrical / electronic equipments – EE4Precious
EE4Precious aims to develop a soft chemistry process for the recovery of precious metals (Ag, Au, Pd, Pt) in waste electrical and electronic equipment (WEEE) especially printed circuit boards. The proposed process is electrochemical and uses ionic solvents.
Challenging the numerical simulation of viscoplastic flows: cross-comparison with physical experiments – VPFlows
The VPFlows project develops innovative numerical methods for HPC simulation of yield stress flows, associated to the modelling of geophysical flows like avalanches. It is a deeply interdisciplinary p
Disentangling phagocytosis complexity using chemically multiresponsive and deformable particles – PhagoChemiForce
Phagocytosis is a mechanism of internalization and digestion of objects larger than 0.5 microns that relies on receptor triggering leading to actin polymerization and membrane deformation. Partners 1
In a circular economy context, the interdisciplinary RECALL project aims to develop sustainable processes to recover iron and critical metals from bauxite residues while exploring the economic impact of the developed process in terms of social welfare in which potential environmental and health impacts are taken into account.
Specific issues of social reintegration of persons convicted of terrorism.
Fingerprint approach using macrocyclic “chemical nose” sensors to predict outcomes in preeclampsia – PEfingerprint
Preeclampsia is a pregnancy complication diagnosed by hypertension and proteinuria with serious and unpredictable outcomes such as HELLP syndrome, eclampsia, stroke or intra-uterine growth retardation. It is one of the major causes of extreme prematurity and maternal deaths. After initial diagnosis, preeclamptic pregnancy outcome is hard to predict. Therefore, there is an urgent need to develop efficient methods to help to predict complications of preeclampsia.
DIAMond instrumentation for pulsed beam MONItoring