Catalysis day LPCNO/TBI

The laboratories of the LPCNO and TBI are interested in different aspects of catalysis, and develop catalysts in view of improving the processus. In order to promote a better understanding of the respective catalysts, nanoparticles and magnetism for the LPCNO and enzymes for the TBI, we organize a scientific meeting on Thursday March 26th. The program is listed below. Participation is free, but we ask you to register for reasons of logistics (and notably the lunch).

 

The meeting will be in room GM216, in the building of mechanical engineering. Lunch will be served in room GP217, in the building of Applied and Engineering Physics.

 

Program:

9h50-10h00 : Arrival - introduction

10h00-10h30 : Magali Remaud-Siméon / Generalities of enzymatic catalysis

10h30-11h00 : Bruno Chaudret / Generalities of nanoparticle catalysis

11h00-11h30 : Cédric Montanier / Immobilisation of enzyme catalysts

11h30-12h00 : Iker Del Rosal / Theoretical tools for modeling nanoparticle catalysis

12h00-14h00 : Lunch

14h00-14h30 : Guy Lippens / Catalysis and NMR : a happy marriage?

14h30-15h00 : Simon Tricard / Isotopic labeling catalyzed by metallic NPs

15h00-15h30 : Irene Mustieles Marin / Magnetic activation for solution catalysis

15h30-16h00 : Régis Faure / Extension of enzymatic chemical space through incorporation of non-natural amino acids.

 

Registration (before : 13 march): https://framadate.org/KVQoWjacWYzT7Bsm

 

For the organizing committee, Simon Tricard, Guy Lippens, Bruno Chaudret, Magali Remaud