Prof. Phillipe Miele

Universite de Montpellier, France
Invited talk
Boron nitride nano-ceramics for energy and environmental applications
Philippe MIELE received his PhD in Inorganic Chemistry in 1993 at the University of Montpellier. Following a postdoctoral fellowship at Georgia Institute of Technology (Atlanta, GA, USA), he became Assistant Professor (1994), and then Professor at the University Lyon 1. He was the leader of the group ˇ°Molecular Precursors and Inorganic Materialsˇ± in the Laboratory of Multimaterials and Interfaces (UMR UCBL/CNRS 5615) and Lab Head from 2003 up to 2010. He became Professor at the University of Lyon in the Laboratory of Multimaterials and Interfaces (UMR UCBL/CNRS 5615) and Lab Head from 2003 up to 2010. In fall 2010, he joined the European Institute of Membranes in Montpellier (UMR ENSCM/UM/CNRS 5635) setting up a new group. In 2011, he has been also appointed to his present position as Lab Head. Its research interests lie in boron chemistry, particularly for molecules and materials for energy applications. He is mostly recognized as an expert in the field of non-oxide advanced ceramics using the Polymer Derived Ceramics route. Philippe MIELE has co-authored around 240 papers in international journals, 12 patents and has given 35 invited talks in international meetings. He was nominated junior member (2003) then senior member (2016) of the ˇ°Institut Universitaire de Franceˇ± (IUF) and has been elected in 2011 at the "World Academy of Ceramics" affiliated with the class "Science".


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