Tag Archives: Tatiana Budtova
On 10 May, 2019 Lucile Druel, early-stage researcher at Armines-CEMEF defended her PhD thesis successfully. Supervised by Tatiana Budtova, Lucile did her research on cellulose based aerogels in the course of the NanoHybrids project. Read her and Tatiana’s story here: Great future for biobased aerogels
The 6th EPNOE (European Polysaccharide Network of Excellence) International Conference on Polysaccharides will be held from 21st to 25th October 2019 in Aveiro, Portugal. NanoHybrids partner Tatiana Budtova, MINES ParisTech, will be co-organising a session on “Porous materials from polysaccharides”. One of the main topics will relate to recent research on bio-aerogels.Read More
The Mendeleev University of Chemical Technology of Russia (MUCTR) is organising an International Youth Summer School: Aerogels: from laboratory to industry.
The Centre for Materials Forming (CEMEF) of MINES ParisTech, Sophia Antipolis, in France offers three 6-months trainee positions for master students, one of them in the frame of Nanohybrids. “AEROBEADS – Cellulose aerogel beads” The internship will contribute to the development of a new genearation of nanoporous organic and hybrid ultra-light materials, aerogels,
Sophia Antipolis, France The Third International Seminar on Aerogels took place on 22 – 23 September 2016 in Sophia Antipolis (France) at MINES ParisTech. Researchers from more than 25 countries and representatives of industry used two days to exchange views and ideas on the production, processing, and applications of aerogels from inorganic and organic materials. […]