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Laboratory of Pulp and Paper Science and Graphic Arts

The Laboratory of Pulp and Paper Science and Graphic Arts (LGP2) is a joined research unit (UMR 5518) [CNRS, Grenoble INP, Agefpi (Grenoble INP-Pagora), Centre Technique du Papier].

The LGP2 is located on the Grenoble University Campus within the buildings of Grenoble INP-Pagora. Currently about one hundred of people participate in the research activities of the laboratory, maintaining its national and international reputation. This workforce includes teachers and researchers, technicians, administrative staff and more than 40 PhD students and post-doctoral fellowships. To accomplish its mission, the LGP2 calls upon five research groups: Chemical Processes - Papermaking & Environment Engineering - Paper Physics - Converting-Biomaterials-Packaging - Printing Processes.

The LGP2 PhD students, among them 50% are foreign students, constitute the life blood of the laboratory. They are registered with the Grenoble University Doctoral School “Industrial, Material, Mechanical and Process Engineering". This YearBook, which has been thought, written and designed by the PhD students themselves, contains reviews of their research work.

—  Summary  —
I -  Papermaking and Environment Engineering
I - 1 - Reduction of activated sludge production in aerobic waste-water treatment plant:
use of hydrogen peroxide
Nguegan J.A. (3rd year)
I - 2 - Modeling of the pulp mill and integrated refinery, and energy management Picot J.B. (1st year)
II - Chemical Processes
II - 1 - New catalytic systems for oxygen delignification Gueneau B. (3rd year)
II - 2 - Modelling of kraft pulping of pure and mixtures wood species Margarido M. (3rd year)
II - 3 - Bleaching of cellulosic paper fibres with ozone - Effect on the fibre properties Mishra S.P. (3rd year)
II - 4 - Pure cellulose production from wood by an environmental friendly process
by using catalysed hydrogen peroxide
Das S. (2nd year)
  II - 5 - Biorefinery in a cellulosic fiber production mill.
Optimization of the wood hydrolysis process for the joint production of cellulosic fibers and bio-ethanol
Boiron L. (1st year)
  II - 5 - Extraction of hemicelluloses from wood for their chemical valorisation Sanglard M. (1st year)
III - Paper Physics
III - 1 - Fractionation potential of fibrous suspension for rationalization of the deinking process Kumar S. (2nd year)
III - 2 - Modelling of the hygrothermomechanical behaviour of intricated networks of natural fibers Marulier C. (2nd year)
III - 3 - Optimization of the manufacturing process of wet-strengthened papers Siqueira E.J. (2nd year)
IV - Printing Processes
  IV - 1 - Development of new raw materials for the production of custom contact sensors:
a focus on cellulose paper as sensitive and electronic substrate
Koehly R.
IV - 2 - Influence of rheology on droplets formation and their impact: application to ink-jet printing Saidi A. (3rd year)
IV - 3 - Photoluminescent paper based on nanoparticles adsorption on cellulose fibres Sarrazin P. (3rd year)
IV - 4 - Polypyrrole preparation with wood derivatives Sasso C. (3rd year)
  IV - 5 - Optimization of printing processes applied to the mass production of microdevices by multilayer techniques Faddoul R. (2nd year)
  IV - 6 - Study of polymers miniemulsification: surface functionalization by printing process Pras O. (2nd year)
  IV - 7 - Fuel cells realisation by printing processes Bois C. (1st year)
  IV - 8 - Production of paper-based flexible Li-ion batteries using printing and UV-curing techniques Jabbour L. (1st year)
V - Converting Biomaterials Packaging
  V - 1 - New printing processes for electronic field Denneulin A. (3rd year)
V - 2 - Evaluation of potential paper prepared from a Tunisian biomass: Date palm rachis Khiari R. (3rd year)
V - 3 - Cellulose surface modification with organosilanes Paquet O. (3rd year)
V - 4 - Processing and characterization of cellulose whiskers and MFC reinforced nanocomposites Siqueira G. (3rd year)
  V - 5 - Starch nano-particles for eco-efficient flexible barrier packaging: influence of botanic origin on starch nanocrystals properties Le Corre D. (2nd year)
  V - 6 - Autoadhesive labels design by adhesive microencapsulation Abderrahmen R. (1st year)
  V - 7 - Development of new packaging materials using cellulose micro and nanofibrils Guezennec C. (1st year)
  V - 8 - Functionalization and surface modification of microfibrillated cellulose Missoum K. (1st year)
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