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LGP2' news

  • Novembre 30, 2023: Scientific day of inauguration of the axis Paper & Board of the Program "Recycling, recyclability and re-use of materials".
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  • Millions of tons of electronic waste are produced in the EU every year. With a novel approach, the new EU project "CircEl-Paper" could sustainably improve the recycling process for electronics in the future.
  • Marlène Saulais, PhD student at LGP2, defended her thesis on May 5, 2023.
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    Florian Le Gallic, PhD student at LGP2, defended his thesis entitled: "Understanding of the wrinkles formation during the coating functionalization of lightweight fibrous material: a multiscale approach".
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    They were at the meeting of chemical professionals in Indianapolis, IN (USA), during the ACS Spring 2023 conference, from 26 to 30 March.
  • Julien Bras was appointed a senior member of the Institut Universitaire de France (IUF, Academic Institute of France) at an official ceremony in October 2022 in the presence of Sylvie Retailleau, Minister for Higher Education and Research. This honour, given to only 2% of academic staff, was awarded in recognition of his work in the field of cellulose.
  • A prototyping and production cell for small batches of surface-functionalised objects using a direct printed circuit.
  • The Grenoble start-up is developing an innovative process to make paper- or cardboard-based packaging impervious to oxygen and water vapour.
  • At LGP2, scientists are taking up the challenge of designing both conductive and transparent inks with promising applications in multiple fields.
  • A new industrial excellence chair has been signed in the framework of the Grenoble INP Foundation. Dedicated to cellulose, the chair is held by Julien Bras, teacher at Grenoble INP – Pagora, UGA, and researcher at LGP2*.
  • Two research professors from the LGP2 have been named among the most influential scientists by two international rankings.
  • Alain Dufresne, a professor at Grenoble INP-Pagora, recently received the EPNOE Scientific Award and was ranked among the 156 most frequently cited French researchers.

Date of update June 22, 2021


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