Stephane Streiff

Stephane Streiff

E2P2L - UMI 3464 CNRS-Solvay Director

Solvay (China) Co., Ltd.
3966 Jin Du Rd.,
Xin Zhuang Industrial Zone, Shanghai 201108, China

E-mail: stephane.streiff@solvay.com
Tel.:+86 21 24089-391
Cell: +86 1731 7209 109 
 

 

Dr. Stephane Streiff is director of Solvay's R&I laboratory in China. The E2P2 laboratory is an international joint lab dedicated to eco-innovation and sustainable chemistry. It regroups 6 partners, CNRS, Solvay, ENS Lyon, Lille University, ECNU and Fudan university. High level researchers focus on developing new environmentally benign catalytic solutions.  

After his PhD in Organic Chemistry received at the university of Strasbourg he moved first to Ruprecht-Karls-Universität university in Heidelberg for a Post Doc in the field of homogeneous catalysis then at the atomic Energy Commission in Paris as scientist in the field of the nanotechnology and nano-science. Stephane has more than 10 years experience in leading  international Research and Innovation projects – as well in Business as in Corporate Research. His experience includes managing both R&I team and R&D projects in chemicals and plastics sector. As an expert in catalysis and organic Chemistry, he holds several patents and publications and he is a member of the French Catalysis Society.

Negar Naghavi

E2P2L - UMI 3464 CNRS Research Director

Solvay (China) Co., Ltd.
3966 Jin Du Rd.,
Xin Zhuang Industrial Zone, Shanghai 201108, China

E-mail: negar.naghavi-ext@solvay.com   
Tel.:+86 21 2350-2211   

Dr. Negar Naghavi is Research Director at Centre National de Recherche Scientifique (CNRS). She holds a PhD in solid state chemistry from University of Picardie Jules Verne (Amiens-France, 2001). Until December 2016 she was the CNRS Deputy Director at Institute of Research & Development on Photovoltaics (IRDEP) which is a joint laboratory between CNRS, EDF & Chimie-ParisTech and she was in charge of Chalcogenide Thin Films Technologies program for solar cell applications at Ile-de-France Photovoltaic Institute (IPVF) in France. Throughout her career, she has developed a thorough specialization on thin film technologies and interface engineering for thin film solar cells and on the development of new p-type & n-type oxide and chalcogenide interfacial layers for optoelectronic devices. She is the author and co-author of more than 85 papers in ISI-indexed journals and 7 patents in the topic. Since January 2018, she is missioned by CNRS with the E2P2L laboratory in Shanghai.