Projets DAMP

 

Projets Internationaux (deux terminés, deux en cours)

 
  • Programme de coopération Franco-Chinois Hubert Curien Cai Yuanpei avec le Lehn Institute of Functional Materials, Sun Yat-sen University (Guangzhou, Chine), Innovative coordination materials for photocatalytic CO2 reduction:12/2017 – 01/2021
  • Programme de coopération Franco-Chinois Hubert Curien Cai Yuanpei avec le State Key Laboratory of Organic-Inorganic Composites, Beijing University of ChemicaTechnology (Pékin, Chine), Design of NoveMOFs for gas capture and dye separation:12/2010 – 01/2013
  • Programme de coopération CAPES COFECUB avec l’Institute of Chemistry, FederaUniversity of Rio de Janeiro (Rio de Janeiro, Brésil), Design of Hybrid Nanoporous Materials for adsorption and catalysis multipurposes: 01/2013 – 12/2016.
  • Contrat de Recherche CPF avec le King Abdullah University of Science & Technolog (KAUST), Jeddah (Arabie Saoudite), Design of novel porous materials for the selective capture of CO2: 06/2016 –

 

Projets européens (six terminés et un en cours)

  • Programme ALFA II “NANOGASTORNanomaterials for Gas Storage - 7 laboratoires académiques :06/2006- 05/2009 (Coordination générale)
  • FP6-EU Research Training Network  “INDENS” Intelligent Design of nanosorbents : 06/2006 - 05/2009 (Coordination générale)
  • FP6-EU Specific Targeted Research Project “DeSANNS”: Advanced separation and storage of carbon dioxide: Design, Synthesis and Applications of NoveNanoporous Sorbents : 01/2006 – 12/2008 (Coordination scientifique)
  • FP7-EU ERC SRG “BioMOFs” Bio-applications of Metal-Organic-Frameworks – C. Serre (leader) : 06/2008 – 06/2013.
  • FP7-NMP-2008-LARGE-2 “MACADEMIAMOFs as Catalysts and Adsorbents: Discovery and Engineering of Materials for IndustriaApplications: 06/2009-06/2013 (Coordination scientifique)
  • FP7-Large Scale Integrating Collaborative Project “E=M4CO2: Energy Efficient MOF-based Mixed Matrix Membranes for CO2 capture” 01/2014-12/2017 (Coordination pour le CNRS)
  • H2020-RIA “Gramofon : New Process for efficient CO2 capture by innovative adsorbents based on modified graphene aerogels and MOF materials” 10/2016-02/2020 (Coordination de Workpackage)


 

Projets ANR (cinq terminés et quatre en cours)

  • ANR Chercheur « Make Our Planet Great Again » A. Cadiau- APPAT « Air purification by novel hybrid porous adsorbents" (01/2019-12/2022)- Co-financement Région Occitanie – IdeX MUSE Université Montpellier
  • ANR-PRCI Singapore POCEMON " Enhancing Polymer Crystallinity in Mixed Matrix Membranes by Incorporating Metal-Organic Framework Nanosheets for an Efficient CO2 Capture" (01/2019-12/2022)
  • ANR-PRCI DFG Germany FUN "Fundamental Understanding of Negative Gas Adsorption Behavior of Flexible Nanoporous Materials" (05/2018-04/2021)
  • ANR PRC MeaCOPA "Mechanical Control of Pore Architecture to intelligently modulate molecular capture/separation/regeneration" (10/2017 – 09 /2021).
  • ANR Programme Blanc “SAFHS” Selective Adsorption of Hydrocarbons in Flexible Hybrid Systems (01/2008-01/2011)
  • ANR Programme Matetpro “VIRMIL” Nanoparticles of MOFs for the treatment of HIV infections and opportunistic bacteriainfections (01/2010-01/2014)
  • ANR Programme Blanc “MODS” MOFs as nanodampers or nanosprings (01/2013-12/2016)
  • ANR Programme Systèmes Energétiques Efficaces et Décarbonés “Chesdens” Combining High-throughput Experiments and Structure-property models for the discovery of efficient nanoporous solids for selective CO2 capture (01/2014 -12/2017).


Autres Projets nationaux (deux en cours)

  • Projet R&T CNES-Toulouse R-S18/TG-0003-028 “Exploration des performances d’adsorption des matériaux hybrides vis-à-vis des contaminants usuels du domaine spatial” (10/2017-)
  • Projet Direction Générale des Armées DGA01D18008561 “Phénomènes d’adsorption de gaz type CWAs et TICs sur matériaux poreux” (12/2018-12/2021)

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