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E2S: Energy and Environment Solutions

What is E2S UPPA?

What is E2S UPPA?


The consortium at the heart of the Energy Environment Solutions (E2S) project is composed of the University of Pau and the Pays de l’Adour (UPPA) and two national research organisations, National Institute...

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    • Offer for a Thesis AllowanceSubject: Development of a biosensor for pesticide detection

      Context
      The main objective of the proposed PhD projectis the development of an aptamer-based biosensor for on-site and real time quantitative analysis of pesticides. Aptamers selection against pesticides...

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    • Offer for a Thesis AllowanceSubject: HYdrogen storaGe in Innovative hybrid matErials

      The development of hydrogen as a new energy carrier requires to store it under acceptable energeticand safety conditions, particularly in the context of large-scale, long-term stationary storage of electricity converted by electrolysis into hydrogen. Different types of hydrogen storageexist: storage in conventional reservoirs (in gaseous or liquid state) and storage in solids (as anadsorbed, absorbed or trapped phase). None of these techniques is, to date, totally satisfactory for the intended application. The objective of this thesis is to propose, characterize and test under field conditions two innovative hybrid materials for the storage of hydrogen.Each of this hybrid material containsa phase-change material (complex metal hydride or organic molecular crystal) confined within a porous matrix (carbon xerogel) having a double porosity. The phase change materials will be inserted into the storage nanoporosity so that they can capture hydrogen under acceptable temperature and pressure conditions by shifting the thermodynamic equilibria. The transport of hydrogen to the storage porosity will be ensured by the transport porosity, which will promote the kinetics of capture / release.

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    • Postdoctoral position in Computational ChemistryUnderstanding the reactivity of boron-nitrogen containing heterocycles by computational studies

      Scientific background / Project description
      The project concerns the development of boron-nitrogen heterocycles and their potential utility as synthetic reagents and optoelectronic materials. The research...

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