E2P2L - UMI 3464 CNRS-Solvay Director
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.
|E2P2L - UMI 3464 CNRS-Solvay Deputy Director
Solvay (China) Co., Ltd.
3966 Jin Du Rd.,
Xin Zhuang Industrial Zone, Shanghai 201108, China
Tel.:+86 21 24089-653
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Dr. Marc Pera-Titus received a double MSc degree in Chemical Engineering (2001) and Physical Chemistry (2002) and a PhD (cum laude) in Membrane Technology (2006) at University of Barcelona. In 2007, he joined as postdoc the group of Jean-Alain Dalmon at IRCELYON/CNRS (France) with a Marie Curie EIF grant. In 2008, he was appointed CNRS researcher at the same institution. He was Visiting Professor at HKUST University in 2008 and 2009 in the group of Prof. K.L. Yeung. In 2011, he received his Habilitation degree (HDR) from the University Claude Bernard Lyon 1. Marc is author of 60 papers, 8 book chapters, and inventor of 5 patents in the fields of zeolite membranes, membrane reactors, adsorption and heterogeneous catalysis with more than 1200 citations. In 2009, he received the Elsevier Award for highly cited author in Catalysis. Since November 2011, Marc is project leader and expert at E2P2L in Shanghai.
E2P2L - Senior Researcher
Dr. Vitaly Ordomsky received his MSc (2006) and PhD (2009) degree from Moscow State University in the field of application of zeolite materials in catalysis. He was a postdoctoral researcher in the Department of Chemical Engineering at the Eindhoven University in the Netherlands, working on biomass conversion using heterogeneous catalysts. Afterwards, he received a permanent position as a researcher in 2013 at the CNRS (France) in the Energy group of Lille University working in C1 chemistry. Since 2016 he is CNRS researcher in E2P2L laboratory in Shanghai. His main research field is synthesis and characterization of new materials for selective catalytic synthesis of valuable products.