LGP2 participates in national and international scientific conferences
TAPPI Nano 2021 Virtual Conference • June 15-16, 2021
From 11:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., the conference offers a diverse program allowing participants to attend presentations based on their areas of interest. This program covers the latest scientific advances in the production and use of bio-based nanomaterials in many industrial sectors. There will also be a discussion with an end user group as well as a session + a doctoral student poster competition. Read more
LGP2 organizes or co-organizes scientific conferences with international influence
Ozone Days • March 23 & 24, 2022 • Beauvais, France
The use of ozone for the valorization of agro-resources and lignocellulosic fibers is in full development throughout the world. There is a real need to bring together scientists and industrialists in order to develop applications using ozone, by supporting the process from research to industrial application. Read more
EPNOE 7th International Polysaccharide Conference • October 11-15, 2021 • Nantes, France
EPNOE 2021 will bring together more than 350 industrialists, academics and students who will share their latest results through 195 oral presentations and 150 posters. It will cover all topics related to polysaccharide structure, properties and applications. Read more
Ozone Days • September 10-11, 2020 • Beauvais, France
The use of ozone for the valorization of agro-resources and lignocellulosic fibers is in full development throughout the world. There is a real need to bring together scientists and industrialists in order to develop applications using ozone, by supporting the process from research to industrial application. Read moreActInPak Training School • September 24-27, 2018 • Grenoble, France
COST Action (FP1405) ActInPak: develop a knowledge-based network of sustainable, active and intelligent fiber packaging, in order to overcome the technological, industrial and social limitations hindering the large-scale deployment of existing and recently developed solutions in the applications of market.
Training School: Business Development for Active and Intelligent Packaging. Read moreEWLP 2016 • June 28-30, 2016 • Autrans, France
Held every two years, it is one of the major international events in the field of the chemistry of lignocellulosic materials, their characterization and their use. Read moreNano 2016 • June 13-16, 2016 • Grenoble, France
A leading global event, this conference focused on the production and use of renewable nanomaterials unveils advances in research and the latest technological innovations. Read moreDays of the "Nanocellulose in France" community • November 26-27, 2015 - Grenoble, France
These days brought together various actors from France working in this field in order to discuss the challenges to be taken up for the future of nanocellulose and to formally constitute a "Nanocellulose in France" community.
Summer School: Cellulosic Materials & Biorefinery • August 26-28, 2015 • Autrans, France
It brought together doctoral students, teacher-researchers and European industrialists working on themes ranging from lignocellulosic biorefinery to cellulosic materials (including paper, cardboard and composites).
Workshop: Career Developments • February 2-4, 2015 • Grenoble, France
Doctoral students from the Marie Curie NewGenPak Action met at Grenoble INP-Pagora for a workshop dedicated to their future career development.
IPBC 2014 • October 29-31, 2014 • Grenoble, France
The International Pulp Bleaching Conference is the only global conference that reviews the latest technological and scientific advances in the bleaching of cellulosic fibers for paper use and cellulose for chemical and textile uses.
BioMatPack Winter Training School • December 11-13, 2013 • Grenoble, France
The Winter Training School of COST Action BioMatPack (FP 1003) focused on the use of nanopolysaccharides in packaging.
Summer School Wobama • August 26-27, 2013 • Grenoble, France
The Wood Based Materials and Fuels (Wobama) project aims to convert wood-based raw materials into value-added bioproducts – adhesive, fuel, composite, film and cellulose acetate – using different technologies incorporating the concept of biorefinery.
Pagora Days 2003-2012• Grenoble, France
Seminars: state of the art and results of research carried out by LGP2 researchers.