PhD Habil. CNRS Research Scientist
- Member of Editorial Board of Green Materials and European Polymer Journal
- Innovative Techniques for Environment Award in 2010; Green Materials Prize 2018 (Journal Prize for best paper in journal)
- Chairman of Oleochemistry Division at European Federation for the Science and Technology of Lipids
Institut Charles Gerhardt MontpellierSylvain Caillol
Chercheur - CR1, Equipe IAM
8 Rue Ecole Normale
34296 Montpellier Cedex 5
04 67 14 43 27
Sylvain Caillol was born in 1974 in Sète, France. He received his M. Sc. Degree in Chemistry from the Engineering School of Chemistry of Montpellier. Then he did his thesis at the Chemistry Laboratory of Organic Polymers in Bordeaux on the synthesis of biodegradable polymers for drug delivery for Flamel Technologies Company.
He received his PhD degree in 2001 from the University of Bordeaux, France. Subsequently he joined Rhodia Group, and worked firstly as research scientist, then as chemical engineering expert. Later, promoted Department Manager, he headed the Rhodia Polymer Research Department in the Research Center of Aubervilliers.
In 2007 he joined the CNRS in the polymer team of Charles Gerhardt Institute of Montpellier where he started a new research topic dedicated to Green Chemistry and Polymers. His research interests include the use of renewable resources for the synthesis of biobased building blocks and polymers for materials and composites. He is Sustainable Manager of Carnot Institute “Chimie Balard Cirimat”.
Thème de Recherche
- Green Chemistry and Polymers
- Synthesis of Biobased monomers and polymers
- Synthesis of safer monomers
- Substitution of bisphenol A, isocyanates, phenol…in polymers
- Green Routes: Emulsion polymerization, click-chemistry, thermoresponsive materials
- Renewable resources
- Vegetable oils
- Natural phenols : lignin, tannins, vanillin, cardanol, etc.
- Synthesis of monomers and polymers
- Epoxidation and Polyepoxides
- Polyurethanes and Non-Isocyanates Polyurethanes
- Phenolic networks
- Step growth polymerization
- Free radical polymerization