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IPREM

Technopôle Helioparc

2 avenue Pierre Angot

64053 Pau Cedex 9

 

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Phone: 00 33 (0)5 40 17 50 00

E-mail (contact-iprem @ univ-pau.fr)

 

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Director : Ryszard Lobinski (ryszard.lobinski @ univ-pau.fr)

Deputy director : Billon Laurent (laurent.billon @ univ-pau.fr)

 

 

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Chairs

All chairs at IPREM :

Junior Chairs with partnerships

    • AWESOMEManufacturing of new generation sustainable and thermoplastic composites

      The activities of the Chair lead by Anais Barasinski, are based on modelling, engineering, simulation and data analysis, to face an advanced and smart applications that focuses on better exploiting the possibilities offered by composite materials and, in this sense, breaking with what is currently being produced.

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    • BOISBiobased Materials

      The main mission of Eduardo Robles' BOIS Chair is to promote the use of biomass from forestry and agricultural activities in the Landes region.

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    • MANTAzymeMAriNe MaTeriAls: Biochemistry / Enzymology

      MANTAzyme, lead by Yi Zhang, aims at strengthening the expertise of MANTA research group in biochemistry and enzymology applied to the sustainable recovery and functionalization of bio(macro)molecules, as well as the development of biomimetic materials.

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Senior Chairs with partnerships

    • ECOTOXEcotoxicology of chemical contaminants in inland waters in the context of global change

      The Ecotox Chair held by Séverine Le Faucheur focuses on the development of fundamental knowledge and practical tools to improve the assessment of continental water quality.

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    • MANTAMarine Materials Devolopment of bio-inspired and sustainable (bio)materials to lower the marine environmental impact

      The MANTA Chair, headed by Susana Fernandes, explores marine compounds and materials, with a scientific approach focused on biomimetism, in order to address societal problems related to human health and the degradation of the marine environment.

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    • ORHYONMicro-Organisms and Reactivity of Hydrogen in the Subsurface

      The chair ORHYON lead by Anthony Ranchou-Peyruse will focus on H2 mobility and bio-chemical reactivity in natural porous media, from deep environments to surfacesurface.

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International academic guest chair

    • Chemical Engineering ChairAccelerated Development of Alloy Materials for Energy Technologies

      The chair lead by Andrew Gellman aimed to accelerate development of alloy materials for energy technologies

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    • InterMat chairInterface Matters in Solution Processed Inorganic Organic Thin Film Solar Cells for Bio-inspired Solar Fuels Generation

      The InterMat chair, lead by Emilio Palomares, aims to approach perovskite solar cells and novel catalysts to their use in CO2 conversion photo-electrocatalytic systems to mimic photosynthesis.

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    • Synthetic Chemistry ChairDeveloping new energy conversion platforms using boron-nitrogen heterocycles

      Developing new energy conversion platforms using boron-nitrogen heterocycles

      The field of Shih-Yuan LIU's Chair is that of synthetic chemistry, and more specifically the development of molecules of major importance for biomedical research and materials science.

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International academic Guest Chair with partnership

    • iCMCE²Untargeted Molecular-level Analysis of Complex Systems: An opportunity to learn from sample complexity

      The iCMCE² chair, lead by Ryan Rodgers, aims to understanding of complex degradation / cycling processes of organic carbon in the environment;

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