Nanocellulose Winter School

from December 11, 2019 to December 13, 2019

Glyco@Alps is organizing a winter school on nanocellulose which will take place in "Col du Lautaret" (French Alps). The winter school will be from 11th to 13th of December 2019 and dedicated to Master and PhD students from all over Europe.


 

Glyco@Alps is organizing a winter school on nanocellulose which will take place in "Col du Lautaret" (in the middle of French Alps - 1h45 from Grenoble, 15 min from Serre chevalier ski ressort)  more precisely in Jardin du Lautaret.
The winter school will be from 11th to 13th of December 2019 and dedicated to Master and PhD students from all over Europe (expected number between 20 to 30). Glyco@Alps will pay for the travel from Grenoble to the "Jardin du Lautaret" and accomodation in two wooden chalets close to the class room.
Registrations are closed

 

Program

Wednesday 11th :
10:00 am : departure from Grenoble Station by bus
12:00 am : arrival at Col du Lautaret
12:30 am : lunch at the Brasserie des Glaciers
2:00 – 6:30 pm : Session I: nanocellulose characterization and applications
2:15-3:30 pm : Bruno Jean (CERMAV, France): introduction to nanocelluloses and characterization by scattering techniques
3:45-5:00 pm : Per Larsson (KTH, Sweden): cellulose nanofibrils characterization and case study, differently modified nanofibrils and applications
5:15- 6:30 pm : Monika Österberg (Aalto University, Finland): surface characterization of nanocelluloses (QCMD, XPS and AFM) and recent applications of biosourced materials
6:45-7:30 pm : welcome drink
7:30 pm : dinner at the Hotel Lodge & Spa
Thursday 12th :
 7:30-8:30 am : breakfast at the Brasserie des Glaciers
 8:30- 12:30 am : Session II : Ultrastructural characterization of nanocellulose
8:30-9:30 : Yoshiharu Nishiyama (CERMAV, France): Xray scattering and diffraction techniques
9:45-10:45 : Jean-Luc Putaux (CERMAV, France): Observation with Electron Microscopies : difficulties and opportunities
11:00-11:20 pm : coffee break
11:20-12:30 : Laurent Heux (CERMAV, France): Solid state NMR for ultrastructural investigations
12:30 am : lunch at the Brasserie des Glaciers
1:30 – 5:30 pm : free afternoon (snowshoes)
5:30 – 7:30 pm : poster session
7:30 pm : dinner at the Hotel Lodge & Spa
Friday 13th :
7:30-8:30 am : breakfast at the Brasserie des Glaciers
8:30- 12:30 am : Session III : nanocelluose uses for advancved properties
8:30-9:30 : David Guerin (CTP, France): nanocellulose for barrier properties
9:45-10:45 : Hannes Orelma (VTT, Finland): nanocellulose in filtration sytems
11:00-11:30 pm : coffee break
11:30-12:30 : Isabelle Capron (INRA Nantes, France): nanocellulose in dispersed systems
12:30 am : lunch at the Brasserie des Glaciers
2:00 pm : departure from col du Lautaret by bus

Speakers

Monika Österberg (Aalto University, Finland)
Hannes Orelma (VTT, Finland)
Per Larsson (KTH, Stockholm)
Isabelle Capron (INRA Nantes, France)
David Guerin (CTP, Grenoble, France)
Bruno Jean (CERMAV, Grenoble, France)
Yoshiharu Nishiyama (CERMAV, Grenoble, France)
Jean-Luc Putaux (CERMAV, Grenoble, France)

Practical information

Registration
The registration is free of charge.
It includes:
 - the transportation by bus
 - the accomodation (dorm rooms)
 - meals

Register here before November 20


You will receive a validation of your submission and your registration will be studied on file.
You will receive a confirmation of your registration before November 22.
How to come?
We will provide the transportation by bus:
Departure from Grenoble on Wednesday 11 morning
Return from Col du Lautaret on Friday 13 afternoon

If you prefer to come by your own:
By car: 1h45
By public bus (2 buses per day)



Credit : Jean-Luc Putaux, Matthieu Fumagalli, Cermav
Cellulose micro/nanofibrils (MFC/NFC) - Wood pulp  (kraft pine) & Cellulose nanocrystals (CNC) - Cotton


Published on December 5, 2019

Practical informations

Lieu(x)


Station Alpine Joseph Fourier
Jardin Alpin du Lautaret