Materials and process engineering

The objective of the pole Materials and Processes Engineering (IMAP) is to develop an integrated and multidisciplinary research of the full life cycle of materials, from chemical processing to recycling, including the processes control and materials characterization.

IMAP Events

Public Thesis Defense - Julie Gheysen

Title: Design, development and characterisation of new healable laser powder bed fusion aluminium alloys Abstract: Laser Powder Bed Fusion (LPBF) is an additive manufacturing technique...

Public Thesis Defense - Vida SANG SEFIDI

Title: CO2 conversion into NaHCO3 via absorption and crystallization using amino acid-based solutions and a membrane contactor Abstract: Burning fossil fuels for energy production has...

Public Thesis Defense - Zirui HE

Title: Catalyst-enhanced autothermal Chemical Looping Reforming: Experimental Kinetics and Reactor Modeling Abstract: The autothermal chemical looping reforming (aCLR) is an alternative...

IMAP News

Polymers

Kuete, Martial ; Van Velthem, Pascal ; Ballout, Wael ; Nysten, Bernard ; Devaux, Jacques ; et. al. Integrated Approach to Eco-Friendly Thermoplastic Composites Based on Chemically Recycled PET...

Advanced Energy Materials

Saraiva Rocha da Silva, Fernando ; Delmelle, Renaud ; Georgiadis, Christos ; Proost, Joris. Electrochemical Performance Enhancement of 3D Printed Electrodes Tailored for Enhanced Gas Evacuation...

Materials & Design

Bignoli, Francesco ; Rashid, Saqib ; Rossi, Edoardo ; Jaddi, Sahar ; Djemia, Philippe ; et. al. Effect of annealing on mechanical properties and thermal stability of ZrCu/O nanocomposite amorphous...

Acta Materialia

Idrissi, Hosni ; Béché, Armand ; Gauquelin, Nicolas ; Ul-Haq, Ihtasham ; Bollinger, Caroline ; et. al. On the formation mechanisms of intragranular shear bands in olivine by stress-induced...

ACS Applied Electronic Materials

Poulain, Raphaël ; Lumbeeck, Gunnar ; Hunka, Jonas ; Proost, Joris ; Savolainen, Henri ; et. al. Electronic and Chemical Properties of Nickel Oxide Thin Films and the Intrinsic Defects...