Keyvisual LPDC

The Laboratory of Sustainable and Catalytic Processing is generally interested in making processes and the chemicals they produce greener and more sustainable. Several areas of interest include:

  • Biomass conversion
  • Heterogeneous catalysis
  • Lignin chemistry
  • Biocatalysis
  • Green solvents


Stefania Bertella joins the lab.

Stefania obtained her master's degree in Chemistry from the University of Parma (Italy) with a thesis in supramolecular chemistry in Prof. Alessandro Casnati's research group. She then worked two years as a laboratory engineer for Stora

Modelling layer-by-layer deposition of metal oxides.

Our paper on layer-by-layer deposition of metal oxides modelling is published in the Journal of Physical Chemistry C! Kris, Chiara, Benjamin and Florent used coarse-grained modelling to simulate the gas and liquid-phase deposition of me


Photos:  Alain Herzog and Jeremy Luterbacher (EPFL)