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Training offered in our laboratories

CERMAV, Grenoble
November 18-20, 2020

Researchers, engineers, technicians using or formulating oligo- and polysaccharides as bioactive and / or functional ingredients and wishing to discover the tools for characterization and structural analysis of oligo- and polysaccharides

  • Being sensitized to the methods of analyzes of carbohydrates
  • Having notions on the origin and the interest of these biomolecules
  • Knowing the structure of carbohydrates and understanding their chemical complexity
  • Understanding the carbohydrate analysis strategy by using a set of chromatography, NMR and mass spectrometry techniques
  • Understanding the limits of these techniques in the analysis of carbohydrates
  • Training Coordinator :
    William Helbert, director of research, CERMAV

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    Researchers, engineers, technicians
    Prerequisites: physico-chemistry bases of polymers and dispersions;notions in characterization of materials (Bac + 2 minimum)
  • Knowing the manufacturing processes of nanomaterials extracted from biomass (cellulose micro / nanofibrils, cellulose nanocrystals, starch …)
  • Being aware of the economic stakes and the scientific and technological challenges of nanomaterials derived from biomass
  • Characterizing the ultrastructure of these nanomaterials (size, morphology, chemistry and surface charge …)
  • Mastering their formulation and their transformation (surface chemistry, implementation of materials …)
  • Training coordinators :
    Laurent HEUX, director of research, CERMAV

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    March 4-6, 2020

    Researchers, engineers, technicians in the fields of R&D and process improvement (Lean 6 sigma …)
    Method engineers, process engineers, quality managers, continuous improvement managers and other professionals who wish to adopt an optimized experimental approach
    • Analyzing the problem in order to choose the right plan of experiments, to define the conditions of setting up of the plan of experiments adapted to a given problematic
    • Understanding and knowing how to implement the statistical analysis of the experimental plan
    • Being able to move from a statistical conclusion to an operational conclusion

    Training coordinator :

    Luc CHOISNARD, Lecturer, DPM

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    Rheology and Processes Laboratory, Grenoble

    May 15, 2020

    Technicians, engineers or researchers
    Prerequisites: Basic knowledge of polymers
  • Knowing the principles of the electrospinning process
  • Identifying the formatting parameters
  • Knowing the technical and industrial applications
  • Shaping a sample and characterizing it by optical microscopy
  • Training Coordinator :
    Frédéric Bossard, Professor, LRP
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    Researchers, engineers or technicians wishing to discover new elements of molecular recognition as an alternative to antibodies for pharmaceutical, medical, environmental or agri-food applications.

    • Understanding the interest of aptamers in the areas of diagnosis and therapy
    • Knowing the principles of the aptamer selection method (SELEX)
    • Knowing how to follow a selection step
    • Being able to implement a biological recognition reaction using fluorescence polarization aptamers

    Training coordinator :
    Corinne Ravelet, Maître de conférences, DPM

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    DPM, Grenoble

    June 10 to 12, 2020

    Researchers, engineers, technicians wishing to validate an analytical procedure to be used routinely in the laboratory.
    The training focuses more specifically on chemical analysis methods (coupled HPLC, coupled GC, coupled ICP, MS, UV …) developed in the pharmaceutical, chemical and food industries for the dosing of active ingredients, pollutants and by extension to other chemical or organic molecules in general.
  • Knowing, in the context of GLP (Good Laboratory Practice) and ISO 17025, how to validate an analytical method using an approach based on the sequential statistical evaluation of the characteristics of the method (linearity, fidelity …) or based on a global approach by accuracy profile
  • Knowing how to use the results of the validation to express the uncertainty of measurement
  • Being able to follow temporally the performances of the analytical method after validation
  • Training coordinator :
    Luc CHOISNARD, Lecturer, DPM

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    DPM, Grenoble

    June 17 and 18, 2020

    L6S project managers wishing to increase their knowledge of statistics (Green belt, Black belt or other); managers, engineers and technicians methods, production or quality.
    Prerequisites: basic knowledge of how a spreadsheet works.
    Even partial knowledge of the DMAIC cycle can be profitable.
    • Knowing how to plan a study protocol ensuring sufficient statistical power in relation to the desired objectives
    • Being able to identify the right statistical tools adapted to the problem posed (L6S or MSP)
    • Knowing how to avoid the pitfalls of data processing
    • Knowing and verifying the prerequisites necessary for the application of statistical procedures on the dataset
    • Knowing how to use the computer tool to ensure the effectiveness and efficiency of the statistical process
    • Knowing how to use statistical conclusions to support an operational conclusion

    Training coordinator :
    Luc CHOISNARD, Lecturer, DPM
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