Consult the last InTechFibres publications list , until September 2017 !
For the 3rd time, PolyNat is organising its International Industries Forum which will bring together PolyNat researchers and industry representatives around new R&D challenges on biomaterials.
For two days, industry representatives will present their R&D projects and and give their outlook on future challenges regarding biosourced materials.
A great opportunity to understand the future R&D challenges and industrial needs and strenghen ties between the research and the industrial world on this topic.
Hitachi (Japan), Itri (Taïwan), CSEM (Switzerland), HGST (USA), Booregard (Norway), Schneider Electric, CGL Pack, Munskjo, Owens Corning… have already confirm their participation.
You are a PolyNat researcher or a compagny working with us ?
Location : Saint Martin d’Hères, University Campus – Grenoble
EXTRAPULP is an InTechFibres R&D project. It is about the combi
nation of lignocellulosic components valorization and chemical pulp fibre production.
If you want to be part of this project, please send an email to Peter.Murphy@webCTP.com
Your participation will be confirmed after the scope Definition meeting, the Wednesday, November 23rd from 13h30 to 15h30 at CTP .
To have more information on this project EXTRAPULP, please download the leaflet :
Les instituts Carnot sont des acteurs majeurs de la recherche contractuelle en France.
Dans cette dynamique, FCBA est fier d’intégrer l’un des instituts Carnot PolyNat, qui contribue à la conception, la transformation et l’eco-production de matériaux fonctionnels biosourcés aux propriétés innovantes et performantes
Pour en savoir plus :
CTP and FCBA and their InTechFibres partnership will be present at the International Pulp & Paper Week fair to be held on 24-26 May 2016 in Stockholm.
Do not hesitate to visit us if you are attending !
More information on http://www.iwbweek.com/international-pulp—paper-week
NANO 2016 promises to be a dynamic event filled with networking opportunities and technical presentations on production, characterization, applications and functionalization of renewable nanomaterials.
13 – 16 of June 2016 – Grenoble
NANO 2016 website : http://conference.tappinano.org/
Contact : Lisa Stephens
Division Manager – Pulp & Paper and Nanotechnology
+1 770 209 7313
The 14th European Workshop on Lignocellulosics and Pulp (EWLP 2016) will be held in Autrans, close to Grenoble, France, on June 28-30, 2016.
EWLP 2016 will be followed by an IUFRO (International Union of Forest Research Organisations) workshop on Biorefinery on July 1st, 2016, with a common EWLP-IUFRO session on June 30 afternoon.
The conference will be held in Autrans in the heart of the Vercors mountain, one of the three mountain chains surrounding Grenoble. Grenoble can be easily reached via Geneva or Lyon St Exupéry airports. Shutlles will be organized from Grenoble to the place of the conference.
EWLP conference takes place every two years, and was initiated in 1990 in Hamburg.
It is one of the largest events in the field of lignocellulosics chemistry, characterization and use. The 2016 edition will cover the following topics :
- Advances in the knowledge of lignocellulose structure
- New analytical techniques for lignocellulose characterization
- New developments in pulping and bleaching chemistry and processes
- Lignocellulose-based biorefinery
- Lignin isolation, characterization and use for chemical and material applications
- Cellulose production for textile and polymer applications
- New cellulose products
- Characterization and use of lignocellulose extractives
- Hemicelluloses characterization and use
- Lignocellulosics : a potential source of molecules and materials for medical applications
The three-day scientific programme will include keynote lectures, oral and poster presentations. Time will also be left for people to interact, and to discover the very nice landscapes and nature of Vercors.
We are pleased to invite you to follow our new research project, ILIQO, which concerns the conditions of integration for the valorisation of lignins of black liquors from pulp mills. The kick-off meeting was held on October 22nd, 2015. The minutes of this meeting are available upon request.
This two-year project will provide the following benefits:
- Creation of an additional source of income for pulp mills thanks to the production and marketing of lignin from black liquors. The project will establish an identity card of lignins, one lignin will be sampled for each partner. With the diversification of its activities, mills should thus limit the influence of the economic risks related to the sectors of wood and pulp.
- Extraction of part of the black liquor lignins may lead to an increase of the production capacity at the plant and maintaining the supply to the boiler and its performance. In case the produced lignin is used in the lime kiln instead of gas or fuel, the plant is expected to reduce its need for fossil energy. The technical and economic conditions of production and valorization of lignins will be established during the project, based on the data collected on two industrial mills studied, and through the pilot tests using a simulation tool (PS 2000). The main parameters for a successful integration of a lignin production line in an existing pulp mill will be than defined.
Project leader at CTP belonging to the InTechFibres – Plant Chemistry Team.
Tel: +33 4 76 15 40 96
Project leader at FCBA
Tel: +33 4 76 76 10 16
Manager of Scientific Team – InTechFibres
Tel: +33 4 76 15 40 63
- Organiser un évènement tous les 2 ans en français pour échanger sur les nanocelluloses
- Réfléchir à une feuille de route pour la production et les applications des nanocelluloses en France.
- Proposer des échanges d’étudiants, participer à des jurys de thèse, regrouper des soutenances…
- Fonctionner avec une gouvernance partagée pour que cette démarche soit collective.
> Inscriptions en ligne (date limite 10/11/2015)
Organisé par :
Grenoble INP – Pagora – INRA (Nantes) – CERMAV – CTP
Pour plus d’information, contactez Julien Bras
“Le partenariat CTP-FCBA sur la valorisation des matières premières lignocellulosiques est engagé sur 22 projets focalisés sur la pâte, les bioraffineries, les papiers-cartons et les produits bois. Photographie d’une plate-forme atypique.”