Jean-Noel Jaubert

Jean-Noel Jaubert is Professor of Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics at ENSIC (Ecole Nationale Superieure des Industries Chimiques). A Grande Ecole like ENSIC is a state-run institution of higher education characterized by a highly selective admission procedure and is thus restricted to the best 10 % of high-school students. He was born in 1967 in Marseille, France and received his doctorate in 1993 from University of La Mediterranee (France). He is reviewer for over 30 leading international journals and has published more than 90 research papers. In 2008, he was the chairman of the 23rd European Symposium on Applied Thermodynamics. He is the French delegate at the working party Thermodynamics and transport properties of the European Federation of Chemical Engineering and currently runs the research group \"Thermodynamics and Energy\" of the LRGP (Laboratoire Reactions et Genie des Procedes). His research interests include: (1) the development of predictive thermodynamic models based on the group contribution concept, (2) the use of exergetic life cycle assessment in order to reduce CO2 emissions, (3) the measurement and correlation of liquid-vapour equilibrium under high pressure, (4) enhanced oil recovery, (5) the development of complex algorithms to compute Global Phase Diagrams with emphasis to stability analysis.

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