Gilles Hébrard (47 years old), graduated Doctor (PhD) in water treatment process (1995), Professor at INSA Toulouse in the Process Environmental Technology Department since 01/09/2007. My research activities deals with the local and global analysis of hydrodynamic and mass transfer present in gas/liquid contactors. I develop my research activities in TIM (Transfert Interface Mixing) group of LISBP (Laboratoire d’Ingénierie des Systèmes Biologiques et Procédés) that I manage (15 permanent staff and 15 temporary staff) since 2010. I stayed as visiting Professor at UBC University in Canada in the research group of John R. GRACE from August 2011 to August 2012.
I have supervised 12 PhD, 5 post-doct and 20 MASTER research; I have published 43 articles in international journal of mark A, 4 patents and one chapter of book.
I teach at INSA mass transfer operation and thermodynamic (Energy and Exergy balance).
Challenges of Gilles
With more than 50 years of experience taking new technologies from the lab to industry, CEA Tech is poised to drive and coordinate the French government’s innovation-led industrial regeneration policy.
In order to develop a sustainable INSA Campus, three work groups have been created to tackle environmental campus related issues.
One of these groups is dedicated to reducing the food greenhouse emission impact. For one year we have modified our student restaurant service chain by introducing for each food line vegetable menu options to reduce our greenhouse impact.
In order to develop a sustainable INSA Campus, three working groups have been created to take care of environmental issues on the campus. One of these group is dedicated to reduce the environmental impact of our buildings. Some of our buildings are old and without any possibility to be renovated but the others are relatively new with high insolation and modern control equipment.