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Patrice PARICAUD


 

ENSTA ParisTech, Université Paris-Saclay
Unité Chimie et Procédés
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patrice.paricaud@ensta-paristech.fr

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CV

  • Professeur à l'ENSTA ParisTech
  • Habilitation à Diriger des Recherches (october 2014)
  • Postdoc, Vanderbilt University, Nashville, USA (2003-2004).
  • Dudley Newitt price, Imperial College (2003).
  • PhD in Chemical Engineering, Imperial College, London (2003). « Understanding the Fluid Phase Behaviour of Polymer Systems with the SAFT Theory ».
  • Bachelor and Master Degrees in Chemical Engineering, ENSIC, Nancy (1999).

 

Member of the thermodynamic group of the French Society of Process Engineering (SFGP).

 


2001   

Communication dans un congrès4 documents

  • Patrice Paricaud, Amparo Galindo, George Jackson. Understanding the fluid phase equilibria in n-alkanes -polyethylene systems. Thermodynamics 2001, Apr 2001, Bristol, United Kingdom. 〈hal-01256179〉
  • Patrice Paricaud, Amparo Galindo, George Jackson. Recent advances in the use of the SAFT approach in describing electrolytes interfaces, liquid crystals and polymers. PPEPPD (Properties and Phase Equilibria for Product and Process Design), May 2001, Kurashiki, Japan. 〈hal-01256202〉
  • Patrice Paricaud, Amparo Galindo, George Jackson. Understanding the fluid phase equilibria in n-alkanes - polyethylene systems. Thermodynamics 2001, Apr 2001, Bristol, United Kingdom. 2001. 〈hal-01214692〉
  • George Jackson, Patrice Paricaud, Amparo Galindo. Recent advances in the use of the SAFT approach in describing electrolytes interfaces, liquid crystals and polymers. PPEPPD 2001, May 2001, Kurashiki, Japan. 2001. 〈hal-01214693〉

Poster1 document

  • Birju Patel, Patrice Paricaud, Amparo Galindo, George Jackson. Predicting the anomalous temperature dependence of n-alkanes in aqueous solution using SAFT-VR approach. Thermodynamics 2001, Apr 2001, Bristol, United Kingdom. 〈hal-01256168〉