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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 a 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: Implementation and utilization of data science/machine learning methods to unravel the rheological properties of paraffinic diesel fuels

      Thesis subject
      Besides being a fuel, diesel has also other important roles, such as: lubrication, cooling and cleaning of the motor’s systems. The presence of organic (asphaltenes, waxes) or inorganic...

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    • Tenure track position _ Research Chair with industrial partnerships

      Scientific framework
      In the framework of the E2S UPPA project, CANOE, ARKEMA and UPPA have decided to join forces to set up a partnership chair around new generation composite materials and more specifically...

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    • Postdoctoral positionDevelopment of a biosensor for pesticide detection

      Scientific background / Project description
      A wide variety of organic pollutants are found in natural and treated water sources, such as pesticides. Traditional methods for their detection and quantification...

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    • Postdoctoral position - MESMIC projectLarge-scale analysis for metallophores in bacterial exudates using high resolution high accuracy mass spectrometry

      Duties/Project description
      The post-doctoral fellow will be in charge of the method development and coordination of the acquisition and collation of mass spectrometry data for metal complexes with metallophores...

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    • Offer for a Thesis AllowanceSubject: Effect of organic nanoporosity on CO2 Geological sequestration from molecular and multi-scale simulations

      Thesis subject
      The central characteristic underlying CO2 geological sequestration is the large adsorption capacity of organic source rocks. This is mainly due to the coal matrix (coalbed reservoirs)...

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    • Postdoctoral positionMolecular dynamics investigation of Non-Fickian effects on geological sequestration of CO2

      The central characteristic underlying CO2 geological sequestration is the large adsorption capacity of organic source rocks. This is mainly due to the coal matrix (coalbed reservoirs) or kerogen (shales’ reservoirs), the bulk constituant of the unconventionnal reservoirs considered for CO2 sequestration.

      Indeed, this phase, mainly composed of carbon, is nanoporous with a large pore surface to volume ratio due to the large presence of an amorphous and microporous phase (pore size < 2 nm). The fluids (hydrocarbon, CO2) adsorbed in such materials are subject to strong adsorption effects drastically altering their thermophysical properties compared to their bulk states. The solid-fluid couplings cannot be neglected in this case and can be for instance responsible of the swelling of coal samples upon adsorption of CO2.

      Thanks to recent experimental and numerical techniques, we now start to have access to morphological and textural informations at the micro- and meso-scopic scales of the bulk organic matter of geological reservoirs. Realistic atomistic representations of the microporous phase from various shale origins and locations can be obtained by Molecular Dynamics (MD) simulations [1,2].

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