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Pierre Awad

Sujet : Compréhension des processus réactionnels conduisant à la génération de composés volatils lors de la distillation charentaise influant sur la qualité des eaux-de-vie de Cognac
Financement : Fondation Poupelain
Formation : Master UPMC Génie Chimique et Chimie Analytique
Encadrants : Violaine Athès, Pierre Giampaoli (UMR GENIAL)
Soutenance prévue le : 19 décembre 2017

Florian Chemarin

Sujet : Compréhension et maîtrise des mécanismes de l'extraction réactive de l'acide 3-hydroxypropionique au regard d'un procédé intégré couplant bioconversion et extraction
Financement : Chaire AgroBiotechnologies Industrielles (AgroParisTech) et INRA
Formation : Ingénieur de l'Ecole Nationale Supérieure de Chimie de Rennes
Mots-clés : génie des procédés, bioproduits, procédés d'extraction, contacteur membranaire
Encadrants : Violaine Athès, Marwen Moussa
Soutenance prévue le : 21 novembre 2017

Florence de Fourchécour

Sujet : Compréhension des étapes limitantes de la bioconversion du glycérol en acide 3-hydroxypropionique : apport d' un procédé intégré mettant en oeuvre Lactobacillus reuteri et des bactéries acétiques.
Financement : Allocation de recherche ED ABIES
Formation : Ingénieur AgroParisTech
Mots-clés : procédé biotechnologique, molécule plateforme, cascade réactionnelle, conduite et commande de procédés en cascade, modélisation, stress microbiens
Encadrants : Henry-Eric Spinnler (HDR), Violaine Athès-Dutour (HDR), Claire Saulou-Bérion
Début de la thèse : Octobre 2016
Poste : 45 30

Phuong Nguyen

Sujet : Optimization of the glycerol bioconversion into 3-hydroxypropionic acid (3-HP) by Lactobacillus reuteri through process control in bioreactor
Financement : 4-year financial support from Vietnamese government
Formation : Master Degree of Biotechnology at The University of Queensland (UQ), Australia; Bachelor Degree of Biological Pedagogy at UE-UDN, Vietnam
Mot-clés : microbiology, microbial physiology, bioprocesses and fermentation, platform molecule, analytical chemistry
Encadrants : Catherine Béal (HDR), Claire Saulou-Bérion
Début de la thèse : Janvier 2017
Poste : 45 30

Ana Karen Sanchez Castaneda

Sujet : Integrated process of extractive bioconversion of 3‐hydroxypropionic acid: limiting mechanisms and model‐based process optimization
Financement : CONACYT
Encadrants : Cristian Trelea, Violaine Athès, Marwen Moussa
Début de la thèse : Octobre 2016
Poste : 54 39