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The Laboratory of Pulp and Paper Science and Graphic Arts (LGP2) - UMR 5518 is a joined research unit of the National Centre for Scientific Research (CNRS) whose sponsoring organisations are Grenoble Institute of Technology (Grenoble INP), the Agefpi which is a private association supporting the International School of Paper, Print Media and Biomaterials (Grenoble INP-Pagora), the French Pulp and Paper Research Institute (Centre Technique du Papier) and the CNRS.
The LGP2 is located on the Grenoble University Campus within the buildings of Grenoble INP-Pagora. Currently about one hundred of people (more than 65 full time equivalents) participate in the research activities of the LGP2, maintaining its national and international reputation. This workforce includes teachers and researchers, technicians, administrative staff and more than 40 PhD students and post-doctoral fellowships. It constitutes the life blood of this research centre, which is the largest European centre in the fields of pulp and paper science and that of converting and printing of paper-based products.

 
—  Summary  —
I -  Papermaking and Environment Engineering
I - 1 - Introduction
I - 2 - Interdependance of fibre flocculation and fine elements retention in a papermaking suspension
I - 3 - Influence of wetting phenomena upon penetration of water into paper at short contact times, in relation with paper coating
I - 4 - An activated sludge process for the biological treatment of urbanor industrial wastewater : from the design of an instrumented and supervised pilot towards a co-operative monitoring system
II - Chemical Processes
II - 1 - Introduction
II - 2 - Advanced oxidation processes applied to cellulosic fibers
II - 3 - Process modelling and optimization: new tools for the pulping industry
II - 4 - Characterization, aging and valorization of lignocellulosic material
  II - 5 - Biorefinery in a cellulosic fibres production mill
III - Paper Physics
III - 1 - Introduction
III - 2 - X-Ray microtomography applied to fibrous materials
III - 3 - Microscopy and material characterization
III - 4 - Wet end chemistry
IV - Printing Processes
  IV - 1 - Introduction
IV - 2 - Influence of rheology on drop formation and their impact: application to ink-jet printing
IV - 3 - Development of inkjet inks for electronic printed field
IV - 4 - Functionalisation of cellulose-based materials by adsorption of active nanoparticles
  IV - 5 - Surface functionalization process engineering
V - Converting Biomaterials Packaging
  V - 1 - Introduction
V - 2 - Bionanocomposites: from new sources to new processes
V - 3 - Recent advances on surface chemical modification of cellulose fibres
V - 4 - From converting of new packaging to obtention of new functional properties
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