MODélisation ELectrochimique du comportement des phases Intermétalliques dans les alliages d'Aluminium: approche multi-echelle de matériaux polyphasés – MODELIA
Aluminium alloys of 2xxx (Al-Cu) and 7xxx (Al-Zn-Mg-Cu) types are widely used in mechanical industry, and especially in aeronautic domain, because of their low density coupled with high mechanical pro
MOF-decorated polymer monolith in sequential microcolumn for Enantioselective Catalysis and in-line Separation in continuous flow – ECaSep
The aim of this project is to address issues encountered in continuous flow enantioselective catalysis related to mass transfer limitations, catalyst immobilization guarantying high catalytic site den
MOFs as nanoDampers or nanoSprings : an exploration of the thermodynamic and mechanical properties of Metal Organic Frameworks – MODS
Metal Organic Frameworks (MOF), are a family of organized inorganic-organic porous materials which have generated a large interest in the scientific community. Whilst many properties of these materials have been largely studied, their basic mechanical properties has received little attention. However, as several MOF structures are highly flexible, we think that such solids can be used as shock-absorbers or springs.
In the event of a radiological or nuclear emergency following an accident or malicious act, potentially involving a large number of victims, the medical management requires the identification and diag
1-Scientific background and objectives : Besides a prominent role in energy metabolism, mitochondria are central in several major cell functions including control of cell death. Studies on isolated mi
MOLECULARLY IMPRINTED POLYMER-SENSOR OF URINARY MODIFIED NUCLEOSIDES FOR NON-INVASIVE THERAPY CONTROL OF CANCER – CancerSensor
Development of a SAW-MIP biosensor
Our objective is to design in this three-year project an original “lab-on-fiber” tool for remote, label-free “in vivo” molecular analysis that could be dedicated in the future to endoscopic diagnosis.
MONITORING OF COLD STRESS IN TREES BY ACOUSTIC EMISSION TECHNIQUE, THANKS TO WAVEFORM FEATURE ANALYSIS – ACOUFREEZE
Monitoring of cold stress in trees by acoustic emission technique, thanks to waveform feature analysis.