SCOPE

One of the goals of E3C3 program is the valorisation of CO2 to produce different chemicals or to produce biofuels. The chemical engineering family should face different challenges: how to activate that inert molecule, how to follow its concentration and what kind of chemical reactor to use.

The LSPC (INSA Rouen) has an experience in process intensification and safety. Its goal in this program is to develop a pilot for CO2 capture and to investigate the different ways of CO2 valorisation. For E3C3, it is important to invite different specialists of chemical reactor, chemical reaction, catalyst and optic methods.

A seminar regarding chemical reaction and chemical engineering will be organized from 19th to 20th of February 2015 at INSA Rouen (Bâtiment Dumont d'Urville, amphi DU BRJ 02). Several specialists on optical methods from England and several specialists on CO2 valorisation and chemical reactors will be present.

 

SCIENTIFIC PROGRAM

 

Thursday, 19th February 2015

8h00-8h30: Registration and welcome venue

8h30-9h00: Opening ceremony by Prof. Lionel Estel (LSPC INSA Rouen, France)

9h00-10h00: Prof. Tapio Salmi (Åbo akademi, Finland)
The use of CO2 as solvent for the synthesis of hydrogen peroxide

10h00-11h00 Poster Session + coffee Break

11h00-12h00: Prof. Jyri-Pekka Mikkola (Umeå university, Sweden)
CO2 capture and utilization: From switchable ionic liquids to chemicals

12h00-14h00: Lunch Break

14h00-14h45 Dr. Viacheslav Stetsyuk (Brighton university, England)
Optical diagnostic techniques for spray systems

15h00-15h45 Prof. Frédéric Thibault-Starzyk (LCS ENSICAEN, Caen, France)

15h45-16h45 Poster Session + Coffee Break

17h00-18h00 Dr. Sawitree Saengkaew (CORIA, Rouen, France)
Use of rainbow method

 

Friday, 20th February 2015

8h30-9h00: Coffee Welcome

9h00-10h00: Prof. Pedro Lozano (Murcia universitad, Spain)
The use of CO2 supercritical fluid in chemistry

10h00-11h00: Prof. Christophe Gourdon (LCP, Toulouse, France)
Gas liquid mass transfer measurement in modern reactor.

11h00-12h00 Prof. Jean-Claude Charpentier (LRGP, Nancy, France)
Process intensification reactor

12h00-14h00: Lunch Break

14h00-17h00 Dr. Sébastien Leveneur (LSPC INSA Rouen, France)
Process intensification for multiphase reaction and reactor

17h00-19h00 Conclusions