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Laboratoire Interdisciplinaire Carnot de Bourgogne

Didier Stuerga (version anglaise)

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 03-80-39-61-82
 Bureau: Aile C211

ICB/Nano/GERM

Département Nanosciences : Groupe d’Etudes et de Recherches sur les Microondes

 

Career

Prof. Didier STUERGA (1962), PhD (Physical Chemistry, UB, 1989); Maître de Conférences (UB, 1990); Habilitation à Diriger des Recherches (UB, 1994); Professeur des Universités (UB, 1997); création and management of GERM (2002); cofounder and shareholder of start’up Naxagoras Technology SAS with Dr. C. Lohr, PhD student (2007); inventor of a process patent for producing nanomaterials by microwave heating filled by the University of Burgundy (FR07-05515, 2007) and extended to Europ, la China and India (WO/2009/050344, 2011).

D. Stuerga develops and design high performance microwave applicators and microwave reactors. These reactors are tools for the development of microwave processes able to produce nanomaterials. These nanomaterials are used as sensitive materials for sensors and for their own functionality. D. Stuerga is member of international scientific societies as IEEE (USA) or The Electromagnetics Academy at MIT (USA). He is listed since 2003 in Who's Who in Electromagnetics of MIT.

Projects

Ongoing projects

NanoVolt : Among nanomaterials, semiconductor oxides are central because of their ability to produce electric charges under suitable irradiation conditions. This step is crucial for enchainemen stages of a possible photocatalytic activity. The implementation of photocatalytic tests is heavy and expensive. The objective of this project is to design a protocol for selecting candidates oxides based on their photoelectric activity without implementation of catalytic tests.

HyperColl : The effects of electric and magnetic components of an electromagnetic wave (static and microwave) on colloidal dispersions and precipitation reactions is a fundamental aim which is in development. The approach combines theoretical approach and experimental protocols.

Past projects

One of the major technological advances of the research activity is the design of microwave reactor Autoclave (Réacteur Autoclave MicroOnde or système RAMO) that enables production of nanomaterials in about ten seconds. This facility is used routinely in the laboratory for nearly ten years (culture-scientifique.u-bourgogne.fr Des objets de sciences, des instruments et des hommes N°6 : Le RAM0). Another major breakthrough in the research activity is the development of the family processes called Microwave Induced Thermohydrolysis Flash (Flash MIT). The third generation has been patented and extended to Europe, China and India with an exclusive license transferred to the company Naxagoras Technology. These methods were tested under kilogram scale and/or ten liters with a pilot plant for preparation of nanomaterials in suspension.

Presentations

Des additifs clefs en main pour des fonctionnalités innovantes à la carte, D. Stuerga, Conférence invitée, Forum Innovation, Forum International de la Plasturgie, Eurexpo Lyon, 24-27 mai 2011.

Strange solutions of Maxwell equations: loop modes induced by thermal tuning, D. Stuerga, C. Lohr, P. Pribetich, PIERS 2011 (Progress In Electromagnetic Research Symposium), session 3A3: Electromagnetic Wave Propagation in Dissipative Media (G. V. Morozov), Marrakesh, Maroc, mars 2011.

Barium Cerate (Yttrium doped) or BCY15 synthesis and characterization: BaCe1-xYxO3- d (with d =x/2), A. Gallon, C. Lohr et D. Stuerga, Workshop projet Européen IDEAL Cell, Pise, Italie, 2-4 février 2011.

New microwave synthesis of Yttrium-doped barium cerate nanoparticles precursor: Phase transformation during sintering, A. Gallon, C. Lohr et D. Stuerga Advances and Innovations in SOFCs 2, Katarino, Bulgarie, 11-16 septembre 2011.

Influence of the nanoparticle of SnO2 on the response of the broadband microwave gas sensing, J. Rossignol, M. Brusson, B. de Fonseca, G. Barochi, D. Stuerga, J. Jouhannaud, 8th International Workshop on Semiconductor Gas Sensors, Krakow, Pologne, 2012.

Thermal mode tuning and Full Wave Analysis, D. Stuerga and P. Pribetich, 15th Seminar "Computer Modeling in Microwave Engineering and Applications", Multiphysics Modeling in Microwave Power Engineering, Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics (SIAM), p. 1-6, Padou, Italie, 23-24 mai 2013.

Metal oxide nanoparticles obtained by microwave synthesis and application in gas sensing by microwave transduction, J. Rossignol, D. Stuerga, 3rd International Conference on Materials and Applications for Sensors and Transducers, Cambridge, UK, September 13-17, 2013

Microwave Synthesis of Nano Metal Oxide and Their Application in Microwave Gas Sensing, B. De-Fonseca, J Rossignol, D. Stuerga, COST Action TD1105 EuNetAir, 4th Management Committee and Working Groups Meeting, Cambridge, UK, 18-20 December 2013.

Lectures

  • General Chemistry: Chemistry of Solutions, Thermochemistry et Atomistic
  • Quantum Chemistry, Frontiers orbitals and reactivty
  • Chemistry of bloc p (L3) et transition metals (M1)
  • Inorganic chemistry (M1)
  • Electric, Magnetic and Optical properties of solids, Magnétiques et Optiques des Solides

Administration

Head of Maitrise de Chimie (1999 to 2004) and then set up and head of the M1 Master Interfaces Chemistry and Materials since 2005 and the common M1 chemistry and nanosciences since 2007 Since 2013, co-head of Licence de Physique Parcours Physique Chimie. .

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