The management team of the LGC
Welcome to the website of the Laboratoire de Génie Chimique, a research unit under the triple tutorship of the CNRS, the National Polytechnic Institute of Toulouse and the Paul Sabatier University. With 150 researchers, faculty, technicians and engineers, our laboratory features about as many PhD students, post-doctoral students and trainees. At the crossroads of science and technology, our research, carried out at the experimental and theoretical level, brings the latest advances in knowledge to the heart of the processes of matter and energy transformation. Researcher, student, industrialist, journalist or simply bystander, this site is built so that you can better know us and prepare a meeting, an internship, a collaboration or even a career project. Beyond the visit of our web site, do not hesitate to contact us by phone: +33 (0) 5 34 32 36 00 or by mail firstname.lastname@example.org
During this year 2017, we will host several visiting professors from prestigious foreign universities. During their stays with us, they will present their work and give seminars open to a wide audience. Do not hesitate to contact us if you wish to meet them.
This year we will resume the concept of "Master Classes", a series of courses on a topic that remains to be decided (The theme of 2016 was: the thermodynamics of processes at the LGC). The courses run from 5 to 7 pm over a week and are concluded by a get together party. They are organized for our PhD candidates, but accessible and open to all, members of the laboratory or not and will take place during the last quarter of the year. The PhD students of the laboratory, under the flagship of their union "L’alambic", have applied for the "ESOF 2018" label for their Annual Day which also takes place around November.
We look forward to the results of the various calls for research projects, which will determine the subjects on which we will be able to make a special effort and recruit PhD students, post-doctoral candidates and research engineers. On the other hand, the thesis subjects that we have prioritized this year are already known and available on our site. If you are looking for a project, do not hesitate to contact the project promoters mentioned in this list.
Finally, our laboratory remains open to applications from young scientists holding a PhD who would be tempted by a career in higher education or in a research organization. If you are in this case, feel free to contact us to discuss on possible collaborations.
Pierre Aimar, Director
Claire Albasi, Deputy Director
Jean-Stéphane Condoret, Deputy Director