Jean-François Lamonier

Professeur des Universités

Catalyse Hétérogène

Bâtiment : C3

Bureau : 004

Téléphone : (+33) 03 20 33 77 33

Fax : (+33) 03 20 43 65 61

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Adresse : Université Lille 1
Cité Scientifique, Bâtiment C3
59650 Villeneuve d'Ascq Cedex
France

Jean-François Lamonier est né en 1967. Il obtient son doctorat de Chimie à l'Université Lille 1 Sciences et Technologies en 1993 sous la direction du Professeur Ginette Leclercq sur le sujet « Réduction Catalytique Sélective des NOx ». De 1996 à 2007, il travaille en tant que Maître de Conférences à l'Université du Littoral Côte d’Opale de Dunkerque (France). En 2004, il obtient son Habilitation à Diriger les Recherches. En 2007 il est promu Professeur des Universités à l’Université Lille1 et rejoint l’Unité de Catalyse et de Chimie de Solide.

Activités de Recherche

Jean-François Lamonier est coauteur de plus de 80 articles scientifiques de rang A dans le domaine de la catalyse hétérogène appliquée à l’élimination de polluants atmosphériques (NOx, COV). Ses activités de recherche se focalisent principalement sur l’amélioration des procédés catalytiques pour l’élimination des Composés Organiques Volatils (COV) émis en air intérieur ou extérieur. Ses travaux de recherche ont été récompensés par deux Prix des Techniques Innovantes pour l’Environnement décernés par l’Agence française De l’Environnement et de la Maîtrise de l’Energie (ADEME) en 2001 puis en 2010.

Thèmes de recherche :

  • Catalyse d’oxydation des COV sur nano oxydes de métaux de transition massiques ou supportés
  • Couplage adsorption/catalyse pour l’élimination des COV
  • Couplage plasma/catalyse pour l’élimination des COV
  • Utilisation de matériaux à porosité hiérarchisée en tant que supports de phases actives (métal noble, oxydes de métaux de transition)
  • Utilisation de déchets industriels pour des applications en catalyse hétérogène
  • Caractérisation de la surface des matériaux (SPX, ToF-SIMS, LEIS)

Activités d’Enseignement

Jean-François Lamonier enseigne à l’Université Lille1 Sciences et Technologies la thermodynamique et la cinétique chimiques (Licence), les techniques d’analyse de surface des matériaux (Master), les technologies de traitement de la pollution de l’air (Licence et Master). Il enseigne également au sein de l’Ecole Nationale Supérieure de Chimie de Lille (3ème année du cycle d’ingénieur).

Publications

Dans la base de données : 54
  • 2017

  • Effect of gradual reduction of graphene oxide on the CO tolerance of supported platinum nanoparticles.
    Abidat I., Morais C., Pronier S., Guignard N., Comparot J.D., Canaff C., Napporn T.W., Habrioux A., Mamede A.-S., Lamonier J.-F., Kokoh K.B.
    Carbon, vol. 111, pg. 849-858 (2017) DOI
     
  • From waste Coca Cola® to activated carbons with impressive capabilities for CO2 adsorption and supercapacitors.
    Boyjoo Yash, Cheng Yi, Zhong Hua, Tian Hao, Pan Jian, Pareek Vishnu K., Jiang San Ping, Lamonier Jean-François, Jaroniec Mietek, Liu Jian.
    Carbon, vol. 116, pg. 490-499 (2017) DOI
     
  • Guerbet Reaction over Strontium-Substituted Hydroxyapatite Catalysts Prepared at Various (Ca+Sr)/P Ratios.
    Silvester Lishil, Lamonier Jean-François, Lamonier Carole, Capron Mickaël, Vannier Rose-Noëlle, Mamede Anne-Sophie, Dumeignil Franck.
    ChemCatChem, (2017) DOI
     
  • 2016

  • Combination of non-thermal plasma and Pd/LaMnO3 for dilute trichloroethylene abatement.
    Vandenbroucke Arne M., Nguyen Dinh M.T., Nuns N., Giraudon J.-M., De Geyter N., Leys C., Lamonier J.-F., Morent R.
    Chemical Engineering Journal, vol. 283, pg. 668-675 (2016) DOI
     
  • Active Mn species well dispersed on Ca2+ enriched apatite for total oxidation of toluene.
    Chlala D., Giraudon J.-M., Nuns N., Lancelot C., Vannier Rose-Noëlle, Labaki M., Lamonier J.-F.
    Applied Catalysis B: Environmental, vol. 184, pg. 87-95 (2016) DOI
     
  • Catalytic Removal of Volatile Organic Compounds.
    Lamonier Jean-François.
    Catalysts, vol. 6, pg. 7 (2016) DOI
     
  • A synthetic strategy for carbon nanospheres impregnated with highly monodispersed metal nanoparticles.
    Yang Tianyu, Ling Huajuan, Lamonier Jean-François, Jaroniec Mietek, Huang Jun, Monteiro Michael J, Liu Jian.
    NPG Asia Materials, vol. 8, pg. e240 (2016) DOI
     
  • Cyclodextrin-cobalt (II) molecule-ion pairs as precursors to active Co3O4/ZrO2 catalysts for the complete oxidation of formaldehyde: Influence of the cobalt source.
    Bai Lei, Wyrwalski Frédéric, Safariamin Maryam, Bleta Rudina, Lamonier Jean-François, Przybylski Cédric, Monflier Eric, Ponchel Anne.
    Journal of Catalysis, vol. 341, pg. 191-204 (2016) DOI
     
  • Manganese oxide octahedral molecular sieve K-OMS-2 as catalyst in post plasma-catalysis for trichloroethylene degradation in humid air.
    Nguyen Dinh M.T., Giraudon J.-M., Vandenbroucke A.M., Morent R., De Geyter N., Lamonier J.-F.
    Journal of Hazardous Materials, vol. 314, pg. 88-94 (2016) DOI
     
  • Toluene total oxidation over Pd and Au nanoparticles supported on hydroxyapatite.
    Chlala Dayan, Labaki Madona, Giraudon Jean-Marc, Gardoll Olivier, Denicourt-Nowicki Audrey, Roucoux Alain, Lamonier Jean-François.
    Comptes Rendus Chimie, vol. 19, pg. 525-537 (2016) DOI
     
  • 2015

  • Synthesis of CaCO3@C yolk–shell particles for CO2adsorption.
    Boyjoo Yash, Merigot Kelly, Lamonier Jean-François, Pareek Vishnu K., Tade Moses O., Liu Jian.
    RSC Adv., vol. 5, pg. 24872-24876 (2015) DOI
     
  • Post plasma-catalysis for total oxidation of trichloroethylene over Ce–Mn based oxides synthesized by a modified “redox-precipitation route”.
    Dinh M.T.Nguyen, Giraudon J.-M., Vandenbroucke A.M., Morent R., De Geyter N., Lamonier J.-F.
    Applied Catalysis B: Environmental, vol. 172-173, pg. 65-72 (2015) DOI
     
  • Hierarchically nanostructured porous group Vb metal oxides from alkoxide precursors and their role in the catalytic remediation of VOCs.
    Rooke Joanna C., Barakat Tarek, Brunet Julien, Li Yu, Finol Manuel Franco, Lamonier Jean-François, Giraudon Jean-Marc, Cousin Renaud, Siffert Stéphane, Su Bao Lian.
    Applied Catalysis B: Environmental, vol. 162, pg. 300-309 (2015) DOI
     
  • Reactivity of ethanol over hydroxyapatite-based Ca-enriched catalysts with various carbonate contents.
    Silvester Lishil, Lamonier Jean-François, Faye Jérémy, Capron Mickaël, Vannier Rose-Noëlle, Lamonier Carole, Dubois Jean-Luc, Couturier Jean-Luc, Calais Christophe, Dumeignil Franck.
    Catal. Sci. Technol., vol. 5, pg. 2994-3006 (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
     
  • Capture of formaldehyde by adsorption on nanoporous materials.
    Bellat Jean-Pierre, Bezverkhyy Igor, Weber Guy, Royer Sébastien, Averlant Remy, Giraudon Jean-Marc, Lamonier Jean-François.
    Journal of Hazardous Materials, vol. 300, pg. 711-717 (2015) DOI
     
  • Removal of Toluene over NaX Zeolite Exchanged with Cu2+.
    Romero Douglas, Chlala Dayan, Labaki Madona, Royer Sébastien, Bellat Jean-Pierre, Bezverkhyy Igor, Giraudon Jean-Marc, Lamonier Jean-François.
    Catalysts, vol. 5, pg. 1479-1497 (2015) DOI
     
  • High resolution NMR unraveling Cu substitution of Mg in hydrotalcites–ethanol reactivity.
    Hosoglu Fadime, Faye Jérémy, Mareseanu Klaudia, Tesquet Guillaume, Miquel Pierre, Capron Mickaël, Gardoll Olivier, Lamonier Jean-François, Lamonier Carole, Dumeignil Franck.
    Applied Catalysis A: General, vol. 504, pg. 533-541 (2015) DOI
     
  • 2014

  • Effect of praseodymium and europium doping in La1−xLnxMnO3+δ (Ln: Pr or Eu, 0≤x≤1) perosvkite catalysts for total methane oxidation.
    Najjar Hend, Batis Habib, Lamonier Jean-François, Mentré Olivier, Giraudon Jean-Marc.
    Applied Catalysis A: General, vol. 469, pg. 98-107 (2014) DOI
     
  • Plasma-catalysis of low TCE concentration in air using LaMnO3+δ as catalyst.
    Dinh M.T. Nguyen, Giraudon J.-M., Lamonier J.-F., Vandenbroucke A., De Geyter N., Leys C., Morent R.
    Applied Catalysis B: Environmental, vol. 147, pg. 904-911 (2014) DOI
     
  • Mesoporous Silica-Confined Manganese Oxide Nanoparticles as Highly Efficient Catalysts for the Low-Temperature Elimination of Formaldehyde.
    Averlant Rémy, Royer Sébastien, Giraudon Jean-Marc, Bellat Jean-Pierre, Bezverkhyy Igor, Weber Guy, Lamonier Jean-François.
    ChemCatChem, vol. 6, pg. 152-161 (2014) DOI
     
  • Hierarchically porous Nb–TiO2 nanomaterials for the catalytic transformation of 2-propanol and n-butanol.
    Franco Finol M., Rooke J., Siffert S., Cousin R., Carniti P., Gervasini A., Giraudon J.-M., Su B.-L., Lamonier J.-F.
    New Journal of Chemistry, vol. 38, pg. 1988 (2014) DOI
     
  • Investigation of the elimination of VOC mixtures over a Pd-loaded V-doped TiO2 support.
    Barakat T., Rooke J. C., Cousin R., Lamonier J.-F., Giraudon J.-M., Su B.-L., Siffert S.
    New Journal of Chemistry, vol. 38, pg. 2066 (2014) DOI
     
  • Structural, textural and acid–base properties of carbonate-containing hydroxyapatites.
    Silvester Lishil, Lamonier Jean-François, Vannier Rose-Noëlle, Lamonier Carole, Capron Mickaël, Mamede Anne-Sophie, Pourpoint Frédérique, Gervasini Antonella, Dumeignil Franck.
    Journal of Materials Chemistry A, vol. 2, pg. 11073-11090 (2014) DOI
     
  • A combined ToF-SIMS and XPS study for the elucidation of the role of water in the performances of a Post-Plasma Process using LaMnO3+δ as catalyst in the total oxidation of trichloroethylene.
    Nuns N., Beaurain A., Dinh M.T. Nguyen, Vandenbroucke A., De Geyter N., Morent R., Leys C., Giraudon J.-M., Lamonier J.-F.
    Applied Surface Science, vol. 320, pg. 154-160 (2014) DOI
     
  • 2013

  • ToF-SIMS studies of the TiO2-ZrO2supported palladium as trace level used in the total oxidation of TCE in humid air.
    Nuns N., Lamonier J.-F., Giraudon J.-M., Siffert S., Su B.-L.
    Surface and Interface Analysis, vol. 45, pg. 566-569 (2013) DOI
     
  • Effects of β-cyclodextrin introduction to zirconia supported-cobalt oxide catalysts: from molecule-ion associations to complete oxidation of formaldehyde.
    Bai Lei, Wyrwalski Frédéric, Lamonier Jean-François, Khodakov Andrei Y., Monflier Eric, Ponchel Anne.
    Applied Catalysis B: Environmental, vol. 138-139 , pg. 381-390 (2013) DOI
     
  • Washcoating of cordierite honeycomb with Ce-Zr-Mn mixed oxides for VOC catalytic oxidation.
    Azalim S., Brahmi R., Agunaou M., Beaurain A., Giraudon J.-M., Lamonier J.-F.
    Chemical Engineering Journal, vol. 223, pg. 536-546 (2013) DOI
     
  • Formaldehyde: Catalytic Oxidation as a Promising Soft Way of Elimination.
    Quiroz Torres Jhon, Royer Sébastien, Bellat Jean-Pierre, Giraudon Jean-Marc, Lamonier Jean-François.
    ChemSusChem, vol. 6, pg. 578 – 592 (2013) DOI
     
  • Combustion synthesis of LaMn1−xAlxO3+δ (0 ≤ x ≤ 1): tuning catalytic properties for methane deep oxidation.
    Najjar Hend, Lamonier Jean-François, Mentré Olivier, Giraudon Jean-Marc, Batis Habib.
    Catalysis Science < Technology, vol. 3, pg. 1002 (2013) DOI
     
  • Sugarcane bagasse fly ash as an attractive agro-industry source for VOC removal on porous carbon.
    Subramanian Selvakumar, Pande Gaurav, De Weireld Guy, Giraudon Jean-Marc, Lamonier Jean-François, Batra Vidya S.
    Industrial Crops and Products, vol. 49, pg. 108-116 (2013) DOI
     
  • Influence of hierarchically porous niobium doped TiO2 supports in the total catalytic oxidation of model VOCs over noble metal nanoparticles.
    Rooke J.C., Barakat T., Finol M. Franco, Billemont P., De Weireld G., Li Y., Cousin R., Giraudon J.-M., Siffert S., Lamonier J.-F., Su B.L.
    Applied Catalysis B: Environmental, vol. 142-143, pg. 149-160 (2013) DOI
     
  • 2012

  • Additional effects of Pt and Nb on hierarchically porous titania in the catalytic removal of n-butanol.
    Finol Manuel Franco, Rooke Joanna, Su Bao-Lian, Trentesaux Martine, Giraudon Jean-Marc, Lamonier Jean-François.
    Catalysis Today, vol. 192, pg. 154–159 (2012) DOI
     
  • Pd- and/or Au-Loaded Nb- and V-Doped Macro-Mesoporous TiO2 Supports as Catalysts for the Total Oxidation of VOCs.
    Barakat Tarek, Rooke Joanna C., Franco Manuel, Cousin Renaud, Lamonier Jean-François, Giraudon Jean-Marc, Su Bao-Lian, Siffert Stéphane.
    European Journal of Inorganic Chemistry, vol. 2012, pg. 2812-2818 (2012) DOI
     
  • Unburned carbon from bagasse fly ash as a support for a VOC oxidation catalyst.
    Pande Gaurav, Selvakumar Subramanian, Batra Vidya S., Gardoll Olivier, Lamonier Jean-François.
    Catalysis Today, vol. 190, pg. 47–53 (2012) DOI
     
  • Property and Activity of Molybdates Dispersed on Silica Obtained from Various Synthetic Procedures.
    Gervasini Antonella, Lamonier Jean-Francois, Wahba L, Dario-Finol Manuel.
    Materials Sciences and Applications, vol. 03, pg. 195-212 (2012) DOI
     
  • 2011

  • Formaldehyde total oxidation over mesoporous MnOx catalysts.
    Torres Jhon Quiroz, Giraudon Jean-Marc, Lamonier Jean-François.
    Catalysis Today, vol. 176, pg. 277-280 (2011) DOI
     
  • Catalytic activity of Co–Mg mixed oxides in the VOC oxidation: Effects of ultrasonic assisted in the synthesis.
    Pérez Alejandro, Lamonier Jean-François, Giraudon Jean-Marc, Molina Rafael, Moreno Sonia.
    Catalysis Today, vol. 176, pg. 286-291 (2011) DOI
     
  • Influence of the meso-macroporous ZrO2–TiO2 calcination temperature on the pre-reduced Pd/ZrO2–TiO2 (1/1) performances in chlorobenzene total oxidation.
    Lamonier J.-F., Nguyen T.B., Franco M., Siffert S., Cousin R., Li Y., Yang X.Y., Su B.-L., Giraudon J.-M.
    Catalysis Today, vol. 164, pg. 566-570 (2011) DOI
     
  • Removal of oxygenated volatile organic compounds by catalytic oxidation over Zr–Ce–Mn catalysts.
    Azalim Saïd, Franco Manuel, Brahmi Rachid, Giraudon Jean-Marc, Lamonier Jean-François.
    Journal of Hazardous Materials, vol. 188, pg. 422-427 (2011) DOI
     
  • Optimization of the combustion synthesis towards efficient LaMnO3+y catalysts in methane oxidation.
    Najjar Hend, Lamonier Jean-François, Mentré Olivier, Giraudon Jean-Marc, Batis Habib.
    Applied Catalysis B: Environmental, (2011) DOI
     
  • Qualitative By-Product Identification of Plasma-Assisted TCE Abatement by Mass Spectrometry and Fourier-Transform Infrared Spectroscopy.
    Vandenbroucke Arne M., Dinh Minh Tuan Nguyen, Giraudon Jean-Marc, Morent Rino, Geyter Nathalie, Lamonier Jean-Francois, Leys Christophe.
    Plasma Chemistry and Plasma Processing, vol. 31, pg. 707-718 (2011) DOI
     
  • Toxicity of butanol and/or aldehyde by-products arising from its incomplete catalytic degradation in human epithelial lung cells (BEAS-2B).
    Shirali P., Belot P., Billet S., Finol M.D. Franco, Verdin A., Lamonier J., Siffert S., Garcon G.
    Toxicology Letters, vol. 205, pg. S176 (2011) DOI
     
  • Specific tuning of acid/base sites in apatite materials to enhance their methanol thiolation catalytic performances.
    Lamonier Carole, Lamonier Jean-François, Aellach Belaïd, Ezzamarty Abdelaziz, Leglise Jacques.
    Catalysis Today, vol. 164, pg. 124-130 (2011) DOI
     
  • Noble-Metal-Based Catalysts Supported on Zeolites and Macro-Mesoporous Metal Oxide Supports for the Total Oxidation of Volatile Organic Compounds.
    Barakat Tarek, Rooke Joanna C., Tidahy Haingomalala Lucette, Hosseini Mahsa, Cousin Renaud, Lamonier Jean-François, Giraudon Jean-Marc, De Weireld Guy, Su Bao-Lian, Siffert Stéphane.
    ChemSusChem, vol. 4, pg. 1420-1430 (2011) DOI
     
  • 2010

  • Synergistic Coupling of the Redox Properties of Supports and Cobalt Oxide Co3O4 for the Complete Oxidation of Volatile Organic Compounds.
    Wyrwalski Frédéric, Giraudon Jean-Marc, Lamonier Jean-François.
    Catalysis Letters, vol. 137, pg. 141-149 (2010) DOI
     
  • Calcium-Deficient and Stoichiometric Hydroxyapatites Promoted by Cobalt for the Catalytic Removal of Oxygenated Volatile Organic Compounds.
    Aellach Belaïd, Ezzamarty Aziz, Leglise Jacques, Lamonier Carole, Lamonier Jean-François.
    Catalysis Letters, vol. 135, pg. 197-206 (2010) DOI
     
  • Use and observation of the hydrotalcite “memory effect” for VOC oxidation.
    Gennequin C., Barakat T., Tidahy H.L., Cousin R., Lamonier J.-F., Aboukaïs A., Siffert S.
    Catalysis Today, vol. 157, pg. 191-197 (2010) DOI
     
  • Co–Mg–Al oxides issued of hydrotalcite precursors for total oxidation of volatile organic compounds. Identification and toxicological impact of the by-products.
    Gennequin Cédric, Kouassi Serge, Tidahy Lucette, Cousin Renaud, Lamonier Jean-François, Garcon Guillaume, Shirali Pirouz, Cazier Fabrice, Aboukaïs Antoine, Siffert Stéphane.
    Comptes Rendus Chimie, vol. 13, pg. 494-501 (2010) DOI
     
  • 2008

  • Thermal behaviour and catalytic properties towards propene combustion of zirconia modified by different first row transition metals.
    Lamonier Jean-François, Labaki Madonna, Wyrwalski Frédéric, Siffert Stéphane, Aboukaïs Antoine.
    Journal of Analytical and Applied Pyrolysis, vol. 81, pg. 20-26 (2008) DOI
     
  • Nanostructured macro-mesoporous zirconia impregnated by noble metal for catalytic total oxidation of toluene.
    Tidahy H.L., Hosseni M., Siffert S., Cousin R., Lamonier J.-F., Aboukaïs A., Su B.-L., Giraudon J.-M., Leclercq G.
    Catalysis Today, vol. 137, pg. 335-339 (2008) DOI
     
  • HMS mesoporous silica as cobalt support for the Fischer–Tropsch Synthesis: Pretreatment, cobalt loading and particle size effects.
    Lira Estephanía, López Carmen M., Oropeza Freddy, Bartolini Mónica, Alvarez Juan, Goldwasser Mireya, Linares Francisco López, Lamonier Jean-François, Pérez Zurita M. Josefina.
    Journal of Molecular Catalysis A: Chemical, vol. 281, pg. 146-153 (2008) DOI
     
  • Toluene total oxidation over Co supported catalysts synthesised using “memory effect” of Mg–Al hydrotalcite.
    Gennequin C., Cousin R., Lamonier J.-F., Siffert S., Aboukaïs A.
    Catalysis Communications, vol. 9, pg. 1639-1643 (2008) DOI
     
  • Chlorobenzene total oxidation over palladium supported on ZrO2, TiO2 nanostructured supports.
    Giraudon J.-M., Nguyen T.B., Leclercq G., Siffert S., Lamonier J.-F., Aboukaïs A., Vantomme A., Su B.-L.
    Catalysis Today, vol. 137, pg. 379-384 (2008) DOI
     

 


Jean-François Lamonier

   

Jean-François LAMONIER

Full Professor

C3 Building, Office 004

Unité de Catalyse et Chimie du Solide

UMR CNRS 8181

University of Lille1 Sciences and Technologies

59655 Villeneuve d’Ascq

Tel : +33(0)3 20 33 77 33

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Jean-François Lamonierwas born in 1967. He received his Ph.D. degree in Chemistry from the University of Lille 1 Sciences and Technologies (France) in 1993 under the supervision of Professor Ginette Leclercq on the topic « Selective Catalytic Reduction of NOx ». He worked as Assistant Professor at the Littoral Côte d’Opale University in Dunkirk (France) from 1996 to 2007. In 2004 he obtained the accreditation to Supervise Research (Habilitation Thesis). In 2007 he was promoted to Full Professor at the University of Lille 1 and joined the “Unité de Catalyse et de Chimie de Solide”.

 

Research activities

He has co-authored over 80 peer-reviewed scientific papers on heterogeneous catalysis applied to the elimination of environmental pollutants (NOx, VOC). Presently his research is focused on catalytic oxidation technologies for the indoor and outdoor VOC emissions removal. He obtained two innovative Techniques for the Environment awards from the French Agency for the Sustainable Development (ADEME) in 2001 and in 2010.

Interests of research

  • VOC catalytic oxidation over bulk and supported nanoscaled transition metal  oxides
  • Adsorption/catalysis coupling for VOC removal
  • Plasma and catalysis association for VOC removal
  • Use of hierarchically porous materials as a support of active phases (noble metals and transition metal oxides)
  • Use of industrial wastes for catalysis application
  • Material surface characterisation (XPS, ToF-SIMS, LEIS)

Teaching activities

Jean-François Lamonier teaches at the University of Lille 1 Sciences and Technologies the chemical thermodynamic and kinetic (Licence), surface analyses of materials (Master), air pollution abatement technologies (Licence and Master). He also teaches at the Chemistry National School of Lille (Third year of engineer cycle).

 

Publications