Team 1 : Polymerization catalyses and engineering

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The LCPO Team 1 is headed by Daniel Taton and involves Anne-Laure Wirotius, Audrey Llevot, Joan Vignolle, Frédéric Peruch, Stéphane Carlotti, Valérie Heroguez, Michel Dumon, Eric Papon, and Simon Harrisson.

Polymerization catalysis has been a key area of research in LCPO for more than 20 years. This research topic covers organometallic, organic and enzymatic catalysis but is also dedicated to the polymerization in dispersed media.

Latest publications

  • Development and characterization of a PLGA-HA composite material to fabricate 3D-printed scaffolds for bone tissue engineering figure

    Development and characterization of a PLGA-HA composite material to fabricate 3D-printed scaffolds for bone tissue engineering Journal article

    Babilotte Joanna, Martin Benoit, Guduric Vera, Bareille Reine, Agniel Rémy, Roques Samantha, Héroguez Valérie, Dussauze Marc, Gaudon Manuel, Le Nihouannen Damien, Catros Sylvain

    Journal title: Materials Science and Engineering: C, Volume(s): 118, Page(s): 111334 (13 p.) https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/hal-02930819/document 10.1016/j.msec.2020.111334 (2021)

  • Development of a new compound based on low-density polyethylene degraded with zeolite waste for the removal of diesel from water figure

    Development of a new compound based on low-density polyethylene degraded with zeolite waste for the removal of diesel from water Journal article

    Molina Flores Samantha, Dumon Michel, Elizondo Martínez Perla, Sánchez Anguiano Ma Guadalupe

    Journal title: Journal of Environmental Management, Volume(s): 271, Page(s): 110939 10.1016/j.jenvman.2020.110939 (2020)

  • Polymerization of cellulose nanocrystals-based Pickering HIPE towards green porous materials figure

    Polymerization of cellulose nanocrystals-based Pickering HIPE towards green porous materials Journal article

    Dupont H., Fouché C., Dourges M.-A., Schmitt V., Héroguez V.

    Journal title: Carbohydrate Polymers, Volume(s): 243, Page(s): 116411 10.1016/j.carbpol.2020.116411 (2020)