Title : Hybrid catalysis: A new one-pot reactor for the valorisation of glycerol through heterogeneous and enzymatic catalysis
After obtaining a Life Science bachelor’s degree specialized in Chemistry and Biology (2010), followed by a Master’s degree in Green Chemistry (2012) in Strasbourg University. For my PhD degree in Chemical Engineering (2012-2016), I studied the optimization of an open cell foam platelet milli-reactor for the intensification of an exothermal reaction: the CO2 methanation, at ICPCEES (Strasbourg). After that I spend one year at IC2MP(Poitiers) as post-doctoral researcher on an industrial project for Biosynthis on the valorization of bio-sourced organic acids. I am now at LGPC (Lyon), as post-doctoral researcher, where I am working on the GLYCYBRIDE project, for which we are currently designing a one-pot reactor in order to transform glycerol into value-added chemical through a synergy between enzymatic and heterogeneous catalysis (hybrid catalysis).