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They are in 3 departments :
or Institute of molecular and supramolecular chemistry and biochemistry
UMR 5246 UCB Lyon 1 - CNRS - INSA Lyon - CPE Lyon
Director : Loïc BLUM
Email : Loic.Blum@univ-lyon1.fr
The institute of molecular and supramolecular chemistry and biochemistry belongs to 2 CNRS departments, the CHEMISTRY department and the LIFE SCIENCES department. It was constituted on 1 January 2007 following the merger of the "Enzymes, Biological Membranes and Biomimetics" biochemistry unit and the "Synthesis Methodologies and Bioactive Molecules" chemistry unit.
The ICBMS currently has 174 people: 84 permanent staff including 58 researchers and lecturer-researchers and 90 temporary staff including 63 doctorate students and post doctorate researchers. The work hinges on 3 major themes that relate to both chemistry and biochemistry:
Innovation in synthesis methodology making new molecular architecture accessible, identifying new medicinal products and bioactive molecules and understanding how they work are among the major concerns of the ICBMS teams.
The unit’s work relates in particular to:
Several major scientific fields are thus concerned:
Every year the work of the ICBMS translates on average into 17 theses, the publication of 110 articles, 70 invitations to give conferences and seminars and 8 registered patents.
The scientific activity at ICBMS is based on a strong partnership with the world of industry (more than 35 partner enterprises on the most recent or current work) and on a great many international collaborations, through exchanges and hosting overseas researchers, piloting or participation in European projects and partnerships on targeted scientific programmes (USA, Canada, Australia, China, Japan, Israel, Madagascar, Vietnam).
or Chemistry, catalysis and polymerisation laboratory
Consult website : www.cpe.fr/c2p2
UMR 5265 CNRS - CPE Lyon
Director : Bernadette CHARLEUX
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The LC2P2 is made up of 2 research teams:
or Surface organometallic chemistry laboratory
Consult website : www.cpe.fr/lcoms
The two fold objective of the LCOMS is to create active sites on surfaces that are uniform in structure and with catalytic properties are thoroughly understood and to apply this tool to organometallic surface chemistry in order to realise powerful catalysers for industry.
All the problems tackled at the LCOMS laboratory attempt to transfer the concepts and tools of organometallic molecular chemistry to heterogeneous catalysis with a view to creating on the surfaces of active sites, uniform in structure, in a sufficient high numbers and whose catalytic properties may be described with the assistance of the mechanisms of homogenous catalysis.
These problems led the laboratory to focus on the two complementary and parallel areas of surface organometallic chemistry on one hand and catalysis on the other.
There are 43 members of the team. Among whom is Yves CHAUVIN, emeritus director of research at the laboratory, who received the Nobel Prize for Chemistry on 5 October 2005.
or Laboratory for the chemistry and process of polymerisation
Consult website : www.lcpp-cpe.com
Director : Roger SPITZ
The purpose of LCPP is to associate chemistry and polymerisation process engineering research without sacrificing either! In fact the absolute objective is to understand polymers and innovate in this field by identifying synergies between the two fields of research..
The activities relate to:
or Catalytic process engineering laboratory
Consult website : www.lgpc.fr
UMR 2214 CNRS - CPE Lyon
Director : Claude de BELLEFON
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Half the LGPC team is made up of researchers with a chemistry background and the other half of researchers with a chemical engineering background.
At LGPC, we dream about what the factory of the future will be like by working on the design and operation at its heart: the catalytic reactor. At the LGPC we dream about the borders between disciplines being broken down and we work to that end by collaborating with chemists and chemical engineers in industry, academic research and education.
At LGPC we dream about efficiency going hand in hand with humanity and that also requires work!
The LGPC has around 25 people. It has 900m² at CPE Lyon, as well as 50 m² in the school’s pilot hall.
or Automatic and chemical engineering laboratory
Consult website : lagep.cpe.fr
UMR 5007 UCB Lyon 1 – CNRS - CPE Lyon
Director : Hatem FESSI
Deputy directors : Christian JALLUT et Bernard MASCHKE
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Since it was set up by Jacques BORDET in January 1988, the LAGEP has worked efficiently to put in place multidisciplinary areas of research in automatic control and process engineering.
It has also ensured that researchers from these two disciplines continue to undertake specific high level research to ensure the quality of the multidisciplinary research. Its objective is to continue in this way.
The objective of LAGEP is to undertake multidisciplinary research on one hand and to combine process engineering and pharmaceutical technology on the other.
The following areas of research are among the laboratories thematic priorities:
or Analytical science laboratory
Consult website : www.sfrpsa.univ-lyon1.fr
UMR 5180 UCB Lyon 1 – CNRS, hosted by CPE Lyon
Director : Pierre LANTERI
Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
or Nuclear magnetic resonance methodology and biophysics instrumentation laboratory
Consult website :http://rmn.univ-lyon1.fr
UMR 5012 UCB Lyon 1 – CNRS - CPE Lyon
Director : Danielle GRAVERON-DEMILLY
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or Industrial analytical chemistry laboratory
CPE Lyon unit
The area of expertise of this laboratory concerns the analysis of industrial samples in order to: