Christophe Dujardin

Professeur des Universités

Catalyse Hétérogène

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Cité Scientifique, Bâtiment C3
59650 Villeneuve d'Ascq Cedex
France

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Christophe Dujardin est né en 1975. Diplômé en 1998 d’un Master (DEA) en Sciences des Matériaux de l'Université de Caen, il a obtenu son doctorat en chimie théorique, physique et analytique en 2002 sous la direction de la Directrice de Recherche Françoise Maugé en collaboration avec Dr Jacob Van Gestel et le Professeur Jean-Claude Duchet. Son sujet de thèse portait sur la « Caractérisation de catalyseurs d’hydrotraitement par réactions modèles et spectroscopie infrarouge : Apport à la compréhension du fonctionnement sur charge réelle ». De 2001 à 2002, il travaille en tant que Volontaire International en Entreprise à Atofina Research S.A. (Feluy, Belgique). Il a ensuite rejoint le Laboratoire de Catalyse de Lille en tant qu’Attaché Temporaire d’Enseignement et de Recherche puis Maître de Conférences au sein de l’équipe Environnement de l’Unité de Catalyse et de Chimie du Solide. En 2012, il obtient son Habilitation à Diriger les Recherches.

Activités de Recherche

Christophe Dujardin est coauteur de plus de 40 articles scientifiques de rang A dans le domaine de la catalyse hétérogène appliquée à l’élimination de polluants atmosphériques (NOx, N2O). Ses activités de recherches actuelles sont principalement consacrées à l'élimination des oxydes d'azote provenant de sources fixes ou mobiles à l'aide de catalyseurs hétérogènes. L’amélioration de la compréhension du fonctionnement des catalyseurs est facilitée par l’utilisation de la spectroscopie Infrarouge en condition operando. Il étudie également les propriétés catalytiques de nouveaux catalyseurs dans des conditions très proches des conditions réelles d’application. Il coordonne également les laboratoires français impliqués dans le Groupement de Recherche International entre plusieurs pays dont la France et la Pologne, intitulé « Catalyse pour le post-traitement des émissions polluantes et la production d'énergies renouvelables ». Il est également dans le comité d’édition de Journal of Spectroscopy (Hindawi). Il rejoint l’Ecole Nationale Supérieure de Chimie de Lille en 2014 où il est nommé Professeur des Universités.

Thèmes de recherche :

  • Évaluation de nouvelles formulations catalytiques fonctionnant en milieu pauvre (lean burn)
  • Corrélations entre les propriétés physico-chimiques des surfaces catalytiques et leurs performances (activité et sélectivité de transformation de NO en N2)
  • Compréhension du mode de fonctionnement des catalyseurs par des mesures spectroscopiques en mode in situ et operando (FTIR, XPS)
  • Analyse spectrocinétique et modélisation de réaction

Activités d’Enseignement

Christophe Dujardin enseigne à l’Ecole Nationale Supérieure de Chimie de Lille l’atomistique (CPI), la Catalyse Industrielle (CI 2A) et le Génie des réacteurs hétérogènes (CI 3A). Il enseigne également l’utilisation des méthodes spectroscopiques pour la caractérisation des catalyseurs (Master). Il est Directeur des Etudes du Master mention Chime (anciennement : Génie des Systèmes Industriels), parcours Catalyse et Procédés (Université Lille1, ENSCL, EC-Lille, IFP School). Il a précédemment enseigné à l’Université Lille1 Sciences et Technologies la thermodynamique et la chimie générale, les méthodes d’analyse (Licence)

Bibliographie

Ouvrages

1) The intermediate formation of N2O during NOx conversion : Fundamental approach and practical developments P. GRANGER, J. P. DACQUIN, F. DHAINAUT, C. DUJARDIN dans Past and Present in DeNOx catalysis : From Molecular Modelling to Chemical Engineering (Ed. P. Granger, V. Parvulescu), dans la serie Studies and Surface Science and Catalysis volume 171, Elsevier, Amsterdam, Chapitre 10 (2007) 291-324

Principaux Articles

Dans la base de données : 38
  • 2016

  • High Intrinsic Catalytic Activity of CeVO4-Based Catalysts for Ammonia-SCR: Influence of pH During Hydrothermal Synthesis.
    Gillot Sylvain, Dacquin Jean-Philippe, Dujardin Christophe, Granger Pascal.
    Topics in Catalysis, vol. 59, pg. 987-995 (2016) DOI
     
  • Catalytic Activity and Thermal Stability of LaFe1−xCuxO3 and La2CuO4 Perovskite Solids in Three-Way-Catalysis.
    Schön Anke, Dacquin Jean-Philippe, Dujardin Christophe, Granger Pascal.
    Topics in Catalysis, (2016) DOI
     
  • In situ Raman spectroscopy evidence of an accessible phase potentially involved in the enhanced activity of La-deficient lanthanum orthoferrite in 3-way catalysis (TWC).
    Blanck Dimitri, Schön Anke, Mamede Anne-Sophie, Dujardin Christophe, Dacquin Jean-Philippe, Granger Pascal, Paul Jean-François, Berrier Elise.
    Catalysis Today, (2016) DOI
     
  • 2015

  • Rational preparation of Ag and Au bimetallic catalysts for the hydrocarbon-SCR of NOx: Sequential deposition vs. coprecipitation method.
    More P.M., Nguyen D.L., Dongare M.K., Umbarkar S.B., Nuns N., Girardon J.-S., Dujardin C., Lancelot C., Mamede A.-S., Granger P.
    Applied Catalysis B: Environmental, vol. 162, pg. 11-20 (2015) DOI
     
  • Enhancing catalytic activity of perovskite-based catalysts in three-way catalysis by surface composition optimisation.
    Schön Anke, Dujardin Christophe, Dacquin Jean-Philippe, Granger Pascal.
    Catalysis Today, vol. 258 (2), pg. 543-548 (2015) DOI
     
  • Total Oxidation of Formaldehyde over MnOx-CeO2Catalysts: The Effect of Acid Treatment.
    Quiroz Jhon, Giraudon Jean-Marc, Gervasini Antonella, Dujardin Christophe, Lancelot Christine, Trentesaux Martine, Lamonier Jean-François.
    ACS Catalysis, vol. 5, pg. 2260-2269 (2015) DOI
     
  • Activation by pretreatment of Ag–Au/Al2O3 bimetallic catalyst to improve low temperature HC-SCR of NOx for lean burn engine exhaust.
    More Pavan M., Nguyen Duy L., Granger Pascal, Dujardin Christophe, Dongare Mohan K., Umbarkar Shubhangi B.
    Applied Catalysis B: Environmental, vol. 174-175, pg. 145-156 (2015) DOI
     
  • Catalytic abatement of NO and N2O from nitric acid plants: A novel approach using noble metal-modified perovskites.
    Wu Y., Dujardin C., Lancelot C., Dacquin J.P., Parvulescu V.I., Cabié M., Henry C.R., Neisius T., Granger P.
    Journal of Catalysis, vol. 328, pg. 236-247 (2015) DOI
     
  • 2014

  • TiO2-anatase-supported oxorhenate catalysts prepared by oxidative redispersion of metal Re0 for methanol conversion to methylal: A multi-technique in situ/operando study.
    Sécordel Xavier, Tougerti Asma, Cristol Sylvain, Dujardin Christophe, Blanck Dimitri, Morin Jean-Charles, Capron Mickaël, Mamede Anne-Sophie, Paul Jean-François, Languille Marie-Angélique, Brückner Angelika, Berrier Élise.
    Comptes Rendus Chimie, vol. 17, pg. 808-817 (2014) DOI
     
  • Impact and Detailed Action of Sulfur in Syngas on Methane Synthesis on Ni/γ-Al2O3Catalyst.
    Legras Benoit, Ordomsky Vitaly V., Dujardin Christophe, Virginie Mirella, Khodakov Andreï Y.
    ACS Catalysis, vol. 4, pg. 2785-2791 (2014) DOI
     
  • Combined IR spectroscopy and kinetic modeling of NOx storage and NO oxidation on Fe-BEA SCR catalysts.
    Skarlis Stavros A., Berthout David, Nicolle André, Dujardin Christophe, Granger Pascal.
    Applied Catalysis B: Environmental, vol. 148-149, pg. 446-465 (2014) DOI
     
  • Combined experimental and kinetic modeling approaches of ammonium nitrate thermal decomposition.
    Skarlis Stavros A., Nicolle André, Berthout David, Dujardin Christophe, Granger Pascal.
    Thermochimica Acta, vol. 584, pg. 58-66 (2014) DOI
     
  • 2013

  • Modelling and optimization of IR cell devoted to in situ and operando characterization of catalysts.
    Carías-Henriquez Armando, Pietrzyk Stan, Dujardin Christophe.
    Catalysis Today, vol. 205, pg. 134–140 (2013) DOI
     
  • Spectroscopic Investigation of Iron Substitution in EuCoO3: Related Impact on the Catalytic Properties in the High-Temperature N2O Decomposition.
    Wu Y., Dujardin C., Granger P., Tiseanu C., Sandu S., Kuncser V., Parvulescu V.I.
    The Journal of Physical Chemistry C, vol. 117, pg. 13989-13999 (2013) DOI
     
  • Advantages of syngas for the regeneration of NOx trap system investigated with operando IR measurements.
    Dujardin Christophe, Kouakou Anita, Fresnet François, Granger Pascal.
    Catalysis Today, vol. 205, pg. 10-15 (2013) DOI
     
  • Promising Stability of Gold-Based Catalysts Prepared by Direct Anionic Exchange for DeNO x Applications in Lean Burn Conditions.
    Nguyen D.-L., Umbarkar S., Dongare M. K., Lancelot C., Girardon J.-S., Dujardin C., Granger P.
    Topics in Catalysis, vol. 56, pg. 157-164 (2013) DOI
     
  • Reaction Pathways for Ammonia Formation on Lean NOx Trap/Reduction System: A Spectroscopic Infrared Investigation.
    Dujardin Christophe, Kouakou Anita, Fresnet François, Granger Pascal.
    Topics in Catalysis, vol. 56, pg. 151-156 (2013) DOI
     
  • IR Spectroscopy Analysis and Kinetic Modeling Study for NH3Adsorption and Desorption on H- and Fe-BEA Catalysts.
    Skarlis Stavros A., Berthout David, Nicolle André, Dujardin Christophe, Granger Pascal.
    The Journal of Physical Chemistry C, pg. 130401123828005 (2013) DOI
     
  • Surface reconstructions of LaCo1-xFexO3 at high temperature during N2O decomposition in realistic exhaust gas composition : Impact on the catalytic properties.
    Wu Y, Cordier C, Berrier E, Nuns N, Dujardin C, Granger P.
    Applied Catalysis B: Environmental, vol. 140-141, pg. 151-163 (2013) DOI
     
  • 2012

  • Operando infrared spectroscopy of the reduction of NO by H2 over rhodium based catalysts.
    Carré S., Dujardin C., Granger P.
    Catalysis Today, vol. 191, pg. 59–64 (2012) DOI
     
  • Spectroscopic IR, EPR, and operando DRIFT insights into surface reaction pathways of selective reduction of NO by propene over the Co–BEA zeolite.
    Pietrzyk Piotr, Dujardin Christophe, Góra-Marek Kinga, Granger Pascal, Sojka Zbigniew.
    Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics, vol. 14, pg. 2203 (2012) DOI
     
  • Deposition-precipitation versus anionic-exchange Au/Al2O3 catalysts: A comparative investigation towards the selective reduction of NOx.
    Nguyen D.L., Umbarkar S., Dongare M.K., Lancelot C., Girardon J.-S., Dujardin C., Granger P.
    Catalysis Communications, vol. 26, pg. 225-230 (2012) DOI
     
  • Stoichiometric and non-stoichiometric Perovskite-based catalysts: Consequences on surface properties and on catalytic performances in the decomposition of N2O from nitric acid plants.
    Wu Y., Ni X., Beaurain A., Dujardin C., Granger P.
    Applied Catalysis B: Environmental, vol. 125, pg. 149-157 (2012) DOI
     
  • Multisite Modeling of NH3Adsorption and Desorption over Fe-ZSM5.
    Skarlis Stavros A., Berthout David, Nicolle André, Dujardin Christophe, Granger Pascal.
    The Journal of Physical Chemistry C, vol. 116, pg. 8437-8448 (2012) DOI
     
  • 2011

  • Linear Solvation Energy Relationship as a potential predictive tool to investigate catalytic properties: A study of perovskite materials in DeNOx and DeN2O applications.
    Muller S., Dacquin J.P., Wu Y., Dujardin C., Granger P., Burg P.
    Catalysis Today, vol. 176, pg. 433-436 (2011) DOI
     
  • Ceria–zirconia mixed oxides as thermal resistant catalysts for the decomposition of nitrous oxide at high temperature.
    Esteves P., Wu Y., Dujardin C., Dongare M.K., Granger P.
    Catalysis Today, vol. 176, pg. 453-457 (2011) DOI
     
  • Support-Induced Effects of LaFeO3Perovskite on the Catalytic Performances of Supported Pt Catalysts in DeNOxApplications.
    Dacquin J.P., Lancelot C., Dujardin C., Cordier-Robert C., Granger P.
    The Journal of Physical Chemistry C, vol. 115, pg. 1911-1921 (2011) DOI
     
  • 2010

  • NO reduction under diesel exhaust conditions over Au/Al2O3 prepared by deposition-precipitation method.
    Miquel P., Granger P., Jagtap N., Umbarkar S., Dongare M., Dujardin C.
    Journal of Molecular Catalysis A: Chemical, vol. 322, pg. 90-97 (2010) DOI
     
  • Structural changes of nano-Pt particles during thermal ageing: Support-induced effect and related impact on the catalytic performances.
    Dacquin J.P., Cabié M., Henry C.R., Lancelot C., Dujardin C., Raouf S.R., Granger P.
    Journal of Catalysis, vol. 270, pg. 299-309 (2010) DOI
     
  • Pd characterization by XPS in perovskite catalysts for NOx reduction: influence of thermal aging.
    Miquel P., Yamin Y., Lombaert K., Dujardin C., Trentesaux M., Gengembre L., Granger P.
    Surface and Interface Analysis, vol. 42, pg. 545-550 (2010) DOI
     
  • Polymerization of racemic β-butyrolactone using supported catalysts: a simple access to isotactic polymers.
    Ajellal Noureddine, Durieux Guillaume, Delevoye Laurent, Tricot Grégory, Dujardin Christophe, Thomas Christophe M., Gauvin Régis M.
    Chemical Communications, vol. 46, pg. 1032 (2010) DOI
     
  • XPS investigation of surface changes during thermal aging of Natural Gas Vehicle catalysts: Influence of Rh addition to Pd.
    Renème Y., Dhainaut F., Trentesaux M., Ravanbakhsh B., Granger P., Dujardin C., Gengembre L., De Cola P. L.
    Surface and Interface Analysis, vol. 42, pg. 530-535 (2010) DOI
     
  • 2009

  • Influence of preparation methods of LaCoO3 on the catalytic performances in the decomposition of N2O.
    Dacquin J.P., Lancelot C., Dujardin C., Da Costa P., Djega-Mariadassou G., Beaunier P., Kaliaguine S., Vaudreuil S., Royer S., Granger P.
    Applied Catalysis B: Environmental, vol. 91, pg. 596-604 (2009) DOI
     
  • Thermal Ageing Induced Effects on Pd/LaFeO3 for NOx Reduction by Hydrocarbons: Influence of the Preparation Method.
    Miquel Pierre, Yamin Yas, Lombaert Karine, Dujardin Christophe, Granger Pascal.
    Topics in Catalysis, vol. 52, pg. 1791-1798 (2009) DOI
     
  • 2008

  • Catalytic decomposition of N2O on supported Pd catalysts: Support and thermal ageing effects on the catalytic performances.
    Dacquin J.P., Dujardin C., Granger P.
    Catalysis Today, vol. 137, pg. 390-396 (2008) DOI
     
  • Amorphous oxide as a novel efficient catalyst for direct selective oxidation of methanol to dimethoxymethane.
    Royer Sébastien, Sécordel Xavier, Brandhorst Markus, Dumeignil Franck, Cristol Sylvain, Dujardin Christophe, Capron Mickaël, Payen Edmond, Dubois Jean-Luc.
    Chemical Communications, pg. 865 (2008) DOI
     
  • Surface reconstruction of supported Pd on LaCoO3: Consequences on the catalytic properties in the decomposition of N2O.
    DACQUIN J, DUJARDIN C, GRANGER P.
    Journal of Catalysis, vol. 253, pg. 37-49 (2008) DOI
     
  • An Operando Spectroscopic Investigation of the NO/H2 Reaction on LaCoO3 and Pd-modified LaCoO3  Influence of O2 on Catalyst Performances and Structure of Adsorbed Species.
    Dujardin C., Twagirashema I., Granger P.
    The Journal of Physical Chemistry C, vol. 112, pg. 17183-17192 (2008) DOI
     

BREVETS

1) METHOD FOR THE CATALYTIC PURIFICATION OF LIGHT HYDROCARBONS Walter Vermeiren, Francois Seijnhaeve, Christophe Dujardin, WO2005061674 (2005), EP1702029, FR2864101, CA2548885, KR20060130106 (2006)

2) Process for preparing partial oxidation products of lower alcohols by direct oxidation of lower alcohols and catalysts for use in that process Jean-Luc Dubois, Markus Brandhorst, Mickael Capron, Christophe Dujardin WO2007034264 (29/03/2007)

 


Christophe Dujardin was born in 1975. He completed a M.Sc. degree in Material Sciences from the University of Caen. In 2002 he received his Ph.D. degree from the University of Caen in theoretic physical and analytical chemistry under the supervision of Dr Françoise Maugé in collaboration with Dr Jacob Van Gestel and Professor Jean-Claude Duchet on the following subject: «Characterisation of hydrotreating catalysts through model reactions and Infrared spectroscopy: contribution to the understanding of the working catalyst under real feed». From 2001 to 2002, he moved to Atofina Research S.A. in Feluy, Belgium, as a Post Doc for one year. He subsequently joined the University Lille1 as Assistant Professor at the Unity of Catalysis and Solid State Chemistry (UCCS). In 2012 he obtained the accreditation to Supervise Research (Habilitation Thesis).

 

Research activities

He has co-authored over 40 peer-reviewed scientific papers on heterogeneous catalysis applied to the elimination of environmental pollutants (NOx, N2O). His current research activities are mainly devoted to the removal of nitrogen oxides from stationary or mobile sources using heterogeneous catalysts. The understanding of the catalytic activity is improved by the use of Infrared spectroscopy in operando condition. Furthermore he studied the catalytic properties of novel catalysts in conditions very close to industrial applications. He also coordinates the French laboratories involved in the International group of Research between several countries, including France and Poland, entitled « Catalysis for polluting emissions after-treatment and production of renewable energies ». Finally he is also involved in the editorial board of Journal of Spectroscopy (Hindawi).

 

Research Interests

  • Evaluation of new catalysts operating in lean burn conditions
  • Correlations between physicochemical properties of catalytic surfaces and their performances (activity and selectivity of NO conversion into N2)
  • Understanding of catalyst during reaction using spectroscopic techniques (FTIR, XPS…)
  • Spectro-kinetic analysis and modeling of reaction

 

Teaching activities

Christophe Dujardin teaches at the University Lille 1 Sciences and Technologies Thermodynamics, Chemistry and Analytical Sciences (BSc) and the use of spectroscopic methods for the catalyst characterisation (MSc). He is also responsible of the Masters in Catalysis and Process (University Lille1, ENSCL, EC-Lille, IFP School).