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Claude de Bellefon's Biography

Claude de Bellefon, Scientific Director, University of Lyon

Dr Claude de Bellefon received his PhD from the University of Strasbourg, under the supervision of Dr. Pierre Braunstein, working in the field of polymetallic molecular clusters. During a postdoctoral appointment with Professor Gregory L. Geoffroy at Pennstate University, he synthesised new polynuclear Ta organometallic oxide complexes. In 1987, he was awarded a permanent research position with the Centre National pour la Recherche Scientifique (CNRS) in Strasbourg. After further three years working in cluster chemistry and research on organometallic oxorhenium complexes with Pr. Wolfgang A. Hermann at Munich, he moved in 1991 to the Rhône-Poulenc research centre in Lyon to work on catalytic hydrogenation processes with Dr. Jean Jenck. In 1995, he moved back to the CNRS where he was involved in the setting and development of a new research team “Catalytic Reactors Engineering” within the School of Chemistry in Lyon (CPE Lyon). He is currently holding a position as Directeur de Recherche CNRS. Dr de Bellefon has authored or co-authored more than 100 scientific papers, holds five patents, has given more than 50 invited lectures and has advised more than 20 PhD works. He was also the Chairman of the lead symposium on Microrectors IMRET in 2012 and is one of the editorial board members of scientific journals such as Chemical Engineering Journal, Journal of Flow Chemistry, Catalysis Today. Beside his research work, Claude de Bellefon currently teaches Master degree level courses on “Catalytic Reaction Engineering”, UCBL-University of Lyon, and “Kinetics and Catalysis” at CPE-University of Lyon and has lectured about “Industrial Catalysis”, at the University of Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium. He is presently the team leader of the “Laboratory for Catalytic Process Engineering” and the Scientific Director of CPE Lyon. His main research interests are catalytic reactors, homogeneous & heterogeneous catalysis, kinetics, microreactors, high throughput experimentation and Flow Chemistry.

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Catalysis and Multiphase Flow Chemistry

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