Eric PAPON



SURNAME :
PAPON
FIRST NAME :
Eric
STATUS :
Full Professor
EMPLOYER :
Bordeaux University
LOCATION :
N1-09
EXTENSION :
6425 & +33 5 4730 4308
TEAM :
1

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Professor Eric PAPON
Vice-President of innovation
University of Bordeaux
52 years old



Current Position

 

Professor, University of Bordeaux
Vice-president of innovation of the University of Bordeaux

 

Degree Information

 

B.S. Molecules and Organic Materials, University of Bordeaux-I, Science & Technology, 1988
Ph.D. Polymer Science, University of Bordeaux-I, Science & Technology, 1992

 

Professional Experience

 

2012-2014 – Vice-president of Research, of the University of Bordeaux-I, Science & Technology
2005-2011 – Head of the Carnot Institute, Materials and Systems Institute of Bordeaux
2010-2012 – President of the Committee ‘materials, chemistry, energy’ of the Aquitaine Council
2010-2012 – Director of Industry Partnerships at the Graduate School of Chemistry, Biology and Physics of Bordeaux

 

Community services

 

2010 – Chairman of the 4th World Congress on Adhesion and related Phenomena WCARP IV, Arcachon, France
2008 – Co-Chairman, EURADH’08 congress, Cambridge, UK
2005-2009 – President of the French Adhesion Society

 

Area of expertise

 

Adhesion science; advanced materials through surface and interface design; design of polymers with adhesive properties; nano-organized and functionalized polymer surfaces; smart adhesive formulations
13 supervised PhDs, 15 supervised post-docs and engineers

 

Other appointments

 

AEROSPACE VALLEY cluster, member of the board
ADERA, president
INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY (IRT) SAINT EXUPERY, member of the science and technology council

 

Scientific Production

 

Pr Eric Papon authored 50 peer-reviewed articles, 9 patents, 3 book chapters, 50 oral communications as listed on the HAL database. H-index=14Scopusauthor ID

Selected peer-reviewed papers: Macromolecules, 36(16), 5995 (2003) – J. Polym. Sci. Part A: Polym. Chem. 47(9), 2262-2271 (2009) – Langmuir 25(11), 6493-6499 (2009) – Macromolecules 43(3), 1299-1308 (2010) – Langmuir 27(8), 4290-4295 (2011)