Universidad de Zaragoza CSIC
Publication Date:  13/04/2020


Laboratoire Hétérochimie Fondamentale et Appliquée
SYMACteam, http://symac.lhfa.fr
UniversitéToulouse 3 –Paul Sabatier, CNRS

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Chemical technologies for the valorization of industrial wastes

Keywords: Metallic nanoparticles -Catalysis -Hydrogenation -Activation of C–Cl bonds -Multi-step processes -Valorization of industrial wastes-Glycerol

Supervisors: Daniel Pla and Montserrat Gómez

Motivated  students  have  the  opportunity  to  join  the  research  group"Metallic  Systems Applied  in  Catalysis"  (SYMAC)  at  the  Laboratory  of  Fundamental  and  Applied  Heterochemistry(LHFA), Joint Research Unit ofthe CNRS and the University Toulouse 3 -Paul Sabatier.

This doctoral program is aimed at highly qualified students with an enthusiastic interest in the design and development of sustainable processes, including fundamental studies and going as far as applications. Students must have solid knowledge in organic and inorganic chemistry, with a knowledge of spectroscopic techniques; acquaintanceof materials chemistry will be appreciated.

Requests must  include a  cover  letter,  a  detailed  Curriculum  Vitae  and the  contact of  at  least  one contact person.

Contacts :Prof. Montserrat Gómez (gomez@chimie.ups-tlse.fr) and Dr. Daniel Pla (pla@lhfa.fr)

Actividad de I+D+i realizada por la Universidad de Zaragoza a través de sus Institutos Universitarios de Investigación, propios y mixtos, financiada por el Gobierno de Aragón