NaDES for biomass valorization: new insight of a green technology
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The principles of ‘green chemistry' are gaining traction in many sectors, including cosmetics, due to the need to reduce pollution from toxic chemicals, make industrial processes safer and more sustainable, and provide consumers with ‘clean-labeled products’. During the last decade, green technology is moving from an option to a must in modern industrial processing. Plants produce a rich and diverse array of natural products that have been extracted and used by humans for millennia.
With the growing interest in more environmentally friendly solvents and processes, the introduction of Natural Deep Eutectic Solvents (NaDES) as low cost, non-toxic and biodegradable solvents represents a new opportunity for green and sustainable chemistry. Thanks to their remarkable advantages, NaDES are now arousing growing interest in many fields of research such as food, health, cosmetics and biofuels. Around the world, NaDES are seen as a promising alternative to commonly used petrochemical solvents.
This webinar takes place over two half-days, and offers an overview of recent advances in biomass extraction, from raw materials to the latest advances in processes and modeling. The first day is devoted to new perspectives in terms of plant valorization, in particular by addressing biomass, biological activities and bio-transformations. The second day is devoted to advances in extractive processes and the modeling of NaDES.
This international webinar is organised in the framework of the ARD CVL COSMETOSCIENCES Programme.
extraction, biomass, NaDES, innovative process, modelling
- Dr Duangjai Tungmunnithum, 2021-2022 LE STUDIUM Research Fellow // ARD CVL COSMETOSCIENCES Programme
Mahidol University - TH
Dr Christophe Hano
- Laboratory of Woody Plants and Crops Biology (LBLGC) / INRAe, University of Orléans - FR
- Prof. Leslie Boudesocque-Delaye
Synthesis and Isolation of Bioactive Molecules (SIMBA), University of Tours - FR
- Abranches Dinis, CICECO, Aveiro Institute of Materials, University of Aveiro - PT
- Prof. Duarte Ana Rita, New University of Lisbon - PT
- Dr Durand Erwann, CIRAD, UMR Qualisud, University of Montpellier - FR
- Prof. Lee Jeongmi, Sungkyunkwan University - KR
- Dr Stupar Alena, Institute of Food Technology, University of Novi Sad - RS
- Dr Teslic Nemanja, Institute of Food Technology, University of Novi Sad - RS
- Dr Yusakul Gorawit, Walailak University - TH
TUESDAY 06TH SEPTEMBER (08:45-12:15 GMT+2 PARIS)
- 08:45 Official Opening by Aurélien Montagu (LE STUDIUM) & Alexia Soussen (Cosmétosciences Programme)
- 09:00 Opening conference : Dr Alena Stupar - NADES-solvents of the future
SESSION 1 : Extraction and biotransformation
- 09:45 Dr Duangjai Tungmunnithum - Green NaDES-Based Ultrasound-Assisted Extraction of Antioxidant and Anti-aging Flavonoids from Opuntia ficus-indica Oil Seed Cakes (Byproducts)
- 10:15 Dr Nemanja Teslic - Carotenoids and ellagic acid extraction with Natural deep eutectic solvents – potential application for cosmetic industry?
- 10:45 Dr Gorawit Yusakul - Therapeutic microemulsion based on hydrophobic-NaDES for Curcuma longa L. extraction and anti-inflammation
- 11:15 Dr Erwann Durand - NaDES (Natural Deep Eutectic Solvents): a new approach inspired by nature to promote the biomass (bio)transformation.
- 11:45 Prof. Jeongmi Lee - Applications of deep eutectic solvents for efficient preparation of biopolymers and nanoparticles from natural resources
WEDNESDAY 07TH SEPTEMBER (09:00-12:00 GMT+2 PARIS)
SESSION 2: Innovation processes and modeling
- 09:00 Dinis Abranches - Modelling Deep Eutectic Solvents with Sigma Profiles: from COSMO-RS to Deep Learning
- 09:30 Prof. Leslie Boudesocque-Delaye – Natural Deep Eutectic Solvents in microalgae biorefinery: a bioinspired technology for sustainable multistep processes
- 10:00 Prof. Ana Rita Duarte - Innovation in extraction processes using natural deep eutectic systems
- 10:30 Dr Nicolas Papaiconomou - Developing greener biphasic systems for the separation of natural compounds using CPC
SESSION 3: Round table : collaboration networking
- 11:00 -> 12:00