Funded research projects

2013 call for proposals

PhD


Biorefinery in a pulp mill: use of wood-based hemicelluloses for the production of oligomers for food and health applications

PI: Christine Chirat (LGP2)

Partners: LGP2, CHU Grenoble

Defended on the 11th of December 2017


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Numerical simulation of turbulent mixing by a hybrid method combining finite-volume and Lagrangian schemes

PI: Guillaume Balarac (LEGI)

Partners: LEGI, Laboratoire Jean Kuntzmann (Univ. Grenoble Alpes)

Co-funding: Tec21, Université Grenoble Alpes

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Phototaxis and new methods for the concentration of microalgae suspensions

PI: Philippe Peyla (LIPhy)

Defended on the 15th of March 2017




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Fluid-structure interaction in cavitation erosion

PI: Marc Fivel (SIMAP)

Partners: SIMAP, LEGI, University of Michigan (USA)

Defended on the 29th of November 2017

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Stimuli responsive nanocellulose-based matrices for differentiating cell growth

PI: Johan Foster (Adolf Merkle Institute)

Partners: LGP2, Adolf Merkle Institute (University of Fribourg, Switzerland)

Defended on the 27th of June 2017

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Advanced measuring technique for the dynamic testing of concrete

PI: Pascal Forquin (3SR)

Partners: 3SR, Materials Group (University of Southampton, UK)

Defended on the 4th of May 2018

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Numerical modelling of the behaviour of cellulose fibres in a fluid flow

PI: Pierre Dumont (LGP2)

Partners: LGP2, LEGI, 3SR, LRP

Co-funding: Tec21, CNRS

Defended on the 15th of June 2018

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Post-docs


Biocompatible multimembrane hydrogels as pulse-like drug delivery systems

PI: Ning Lin (post-doc)

Partners: LGP2, LRP, Department of Pharmaco Chemistry (Grenoble)



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X-ray microtomography of bacterial biofilms

PI: Sabine Rolland du Roscoat (3SR)

Partners: 3SR, LEGI, LTHE, LRP




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Modelling of internal erosion by suffusion in soils

PI: Luc Sibille (3SR)

Partners: 3SR, The Institute for Civil Engineering and Mechanics (Nantes, France)

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