Laboratory of Polymeric and Composite Materials
LPCM is an interdisciplinary research group whose activities focus on the design, synthesis, characterization and processing of polymer materials. Effective member of the Center of Innovation and Research in Materials and Polymers (CIRMAP), Dubois’ group has developed scientific and technological skills allowing a step-by-step follow up of the materials from its conception to its fate. LPCM takes advantage of its expertise in macromolecular engineering and polymer processing to design well-defined materials while its equipment facilities offer in-depth characterization and better understanding of resulting properties. LPCM research activities have been organized in 4 research subgroups closely interconnected to each other with research activities spanning the development of new synthetic strategies as well as novel polymers or polymer materials for applications in energy, health and biomedical sciences, sustainable and (nano)composite materials.
Oct. 26th, 2017 : PhD thesis defence by Florence PILATE
Florence Pilate will present her PhD thesis entitled "Mutli-stimuli and multi-shape poly(epsilon-caprolactone)-based polyurethanes constructed from dynamic covalent to supramolecular chemistries” (co-supervisors: Profs. Jean-Marie Raquez and Philippe Dubois)
Nov. 14th, 2017 : PhD thesis defence by Arnaud NICOLAY
Arnaud Nicolay will present his PhD thesis entitled "Elaboration et caractérisation de revêtements nanocomposites hybrids nanoparticules/sol-gel multifonctionnels” (co-supervisors: Prof. Marjorie Olivier (CRIM, FMPs) and Prof. Philippe Dubois