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Inaugural lesson - Chaires de l’Université Paris-Saclay : Miguel VALENZUELA (Instituto Politécnico Nacional, México) — mardi 3 juillet 2018 à 11h


Inaugural lesson - Chaires de l'Université Paris-Saclay : Miguel VALENZUELA (Instituto Politécnico Nacional, México) — mardi 3 juillet 2018 à 11h

Inaugural lesson - Chaires de l’Université Paris-Saclay

Miguel VALENZUELA

Instituto Politécnico Nacional, México & chaire d’Alembert Université Paris Saclay

http://www.sepi.esiqie.ipn.mx/OfertaEducativa/DIQ/Nucleo/Paginas/Valenzuela.aspx

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Mardi 3 juillet à 11h (salle Magat) :

“Could we produce hydrogen by an efficient photocatalytic process ?”

Résumé
Environmental pollution and energy shortage are two of the major challenges will face human society in the coming years. Hydrogen has been considered as a potential clean energy vector to solve these pressing problems. Accordingly, all aspects related to the production, storage, transportation and use of hydrogen have been of increasing interest in recent years.
This conference will be focused towards hydrogen production processes, particularly, those assisted by light (e.g. semiconductor photocatalysis) on the analysis and advances of the different nanomaterials employed, as well as to the devices used for their evaluation.

Biography
After spending several years in the industry, Miguel Valenzuela is now a full professor in the Chemical Engeneering Dpt of the Instituto Politécnico Nacional (México). Most of his work has been dedicated to the development of new heterogeneous catalysts for the oil industry, semiconductor photochemistry and hydrogen production.

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séminaire

  • Mardi 3 juillet 11:00-12:30 -

    Inaugural lesson - Chaires de l’Université Paris-Saclay : Miguel VALENZUELA (Instituto Politécnico Nacional, México) — mardi 3 juillet 2018 à 11h

    Résumé : Séminaire LCP Miguel VALENZUELA


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