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Biofabris Laboratory (National Biofabrication Institute)

The focus of INCT-BIOFABRIS activities is the integration of computational aspects, new processing techniques and biomaterials development, bio-inspired engineering strategies (biomimicry), and the fundamental concepts of cell biology and its applications in Tissue Engineering.

Professor Responsible: Prof. Dr. Rubens Maciel Filho

E-mail: rmaciel@unicamp.br
Phone: 3521-3958
Webpage: https://biofabris.com.br

Materials and Biotechnology Laboratory

Expertise in the study of environmentally degradable polymers, focusing on the processing and characterization of partially or fully biodegradable polymeric formulations in the environment, the development of controlled release formulations of active principles for the health and agricultural area, of antithrombogenic materials and radiotherapeutic protectors , the synthesis and characterization of thermoplastic and thermosetting resins.

Professor Responsible: Prof. Dr. Lucia Helena Innoctini Mei
Phone: 3521-3935
E-mail: lumeibit@unicamp.br

Polymeric Blends and Composites Laboratory

Expertise in thermodynamics of polymer solutions, in the study of solid state properties, in the processing of polymer blends, in the determination of phase diagrams, resin miscibility and compatibility. It also focuses on nanocomposites and polymeric composites, rheological and electrical percolation of organophilic nanoclays and carbon nanotubes.

Professor Responsible: Prof. Dr. Ana Rita Morales

Computational Fluid Dynamics Laboratory

The Computational Fluid Dynamics Laboratory studies flows of interest in Chemical Engineering by solving numerically the equations arising from mass balances, energy momentum using the finite volume and finite element method.

L-CFD works with CFD computational packages like CFX/ANSYS and FLUENT/ANSYS. However, the laboratory develops CFD models and works with free software platforms such as Open-Foam.

The works currently carried out include studies of equipment in the petrochemical industry, design of mixing tanks by numerical and experimental simulation. L-CFD also develops environmental models of wastewater dispersion. Currently, the L-CFD has a model for studying the dispersion of effluents in rivers that is recommended by Cetesb, an environmental inspection body in the State of São Paulo.

This model is cited in the publication “Ecothixocological Control of Liquid Effluents in the State of São Paulo” prepared by Cetesb in 2008 which, in its chapter 7, cites the L-CFD model as a successful experiment for determining the effluent mixing zone in rivers, so that the L-CFD also provides consultancy in the environmental area.

Professor Responsible: Prof. Dr. José Roberto Nunhez

Advanced Battery Laboratory

The Advanced Battery Laboratory works in the manufacture of devices for the storage and conversion of electrical energy through electrochemical reactions, from fundamental materials research to the assembly of devices or pilot reactors. It is also active in the development of new electrical and active materials for the construction of devices and in the design and commissioning of special cells for in-situ characterizations and in dynamic mode of operation, seeking a better understandingof internal processes and the functioning of materials.

Professor in charge: Prof. Dr. Gustavo Doubek
Phone: 3521-3944
E-mail: doubek@unicamp.br

Environmental and Safety Analysis Laboratory< /strong>

The Industrial Risk Analysis and Environmental Safety Laboratory is focused on basic fluid flow research. Theoretical investigations use in-house CFD (Computational Fluid Dynamics) and open tools. Experimental approaches rely on laser techniques, particularly PIV (Particle Image Velocimetry). There are also several applied research projects on the optimization of mitigating parameters in risk analysis. The lines of research are focused on analysis of consequences, taking into account the simulation of accidental explosions, fire and gas dispersion. The group also presents a line of research in the area of ​​optimization based on integer and continuous mathematical programming combined with computational fluid dynamics.

Professor Responsible: Prof. Dr. Sávio Souza Venâncio Vianna
Phone: 3521-3947
Webpage: https://www.feq.unicamp.br/desq/l4r1s4 /l4r1s4_index.html

< de>Laboratory Electrochemical and Anticorrosion Processes

The Electrochemical Processes and Anticorrosion Laboratory is dedicated to the development of studies in the area of ​​processes for removing metals from effluents by electroplating and improving metal alloys in order to increase their resistance to corrosion.

Professor Responsible: Prof. Dr. Ambrósio Florêncio de Almeida Neto
Webpage: https://labpea.wixsite.com/labpea

Nano & Biotechnology for Advanced Development

The Nano & Biotechnology for Advanced Development studies non-viral systems for the release of DNA and RNA, such as cationic liposomes and their blends with hyaluronic acid; chitosan nanoparticles and their blends with hyaluronic acid, the incorporation of peptides with nuclear targeting signal for the delivery of DNA in the cell nucleus. It develops projects for new carrier systems for the delivery of DNA and RNA and scalable processes for the production of liposomes and other supramolecular structures, focusing on massive systems, through the use of high-shear (“top-down”) equipment, “bottom- up” based on molecular self-organization (microfluidic systems) and the areas of micro and nanofabrication.

 Professor Responsible: Prof. Dr. Lucimara Gaziola de la Torre
Phone: 3521-0397
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Polymer Processing Laboratory

Expertise in the study of environmentally degradable polymers, focusing on the processing and characterization of partially or fully biodegradable polymeric formulations in the environment, the development of controlled release formulations of active principles for the health and agricultural area, of antithrombogenic materials and radiotherapeutic protectors , the synthesis and characterization of thermoplastic and thermosetting resins.

Professor Responsible: Profa. Dr. Lúcia Helena Innoctini Mei

Multiphase Process and Particle Technology Laboratory

LAPROM has received undergraduate and graduate students from FEQ and other Units such as FEEC, studying a wide variety of problems that are fundamental as well as applied (pharmaceuticals, alumina, etc.).).

Some of the topics studied include particle size distribution, properties, fluid dynamic characterization and mixing in low and high velocity beds; drag; heat and mass transfer.

Other studies include applications of fluidized bed combustion and gasification of different fuels (biomass, for example).

Considering biomass, some other general applied studies are being carried out, such as: transport, storage and management of biomass.

The Laboratory of Particle Technology and Multi-Phase Processes/LAPROM has facilities for the study of fluidization.

For example, the group operates bubbling beds and circulating fluidized beds on a semi-pilot scale, basic equipment such as scales, particle sampling, sieves, meters for measuring flowability and densities, among others. Technological and scientific advances have brought about many changes over the last decade.

Today, the popularization of computers and the Internet bring technological innovation to the more traditional distance education learning.

We study new trends in chemical engineering education such as simulator software, virtual learning environment and project-based learning.
Some topics include moment transfer in fluid flow, fluid dynamics in fluidized beds, determining the sphericity of solid particles, among others.

Professor Responsible: Profa. Dr. Katia Tannous
Phone: 3521-3927
Webpage: https://www.feq.unicamp.br/~katia/

Process Analysis, Simulation and Synthesis Laboratory

It aims to model the various polymerization processes and develop simulation software for the main processes used by the chemical industry, dedicating itself especially to the modeling of the polymerization reactor and the characterization of the polymer produced in the reactor.

Professor Responsible: Profa. Dr. Liliane Maria Ferrareso Lona

Process Automation and Control Laboratory

In the Process Control and Automation Laboratory, research is carried out in the areas of separation process control (continuous and batch distillation) and reactive systems; online control of chemical processes through industrial control systems; use of artificial intelligence techniques in chemical processes; industrial refrigeration and refrigeration cycle control.

 Responsible Teachers: Profa. Dr. Ana Maria Frattini Fileti and Prof. Dr. Flávio Vasconcelos da Silva
3521-3945 and 3521-3946
afileti@unicamp.br , flaviovs@unicamp.br. br

Process Development Lab Biotechnological

The Biotechnological Processes Development Laboratory works in the development of pegylated immunomodulators (company-university project), in the encapsulation and controlled release of bioactive agents, in fermentative and enzymatic processes, in the development of gelatinous microcapsules and chips encapsulating bioactives (university-enterprise project) and in the scaling of the production process of phospholipid particles incorporating anesthetics (university-company project)

Professor Responsible: Prof. Dr. Liliane Maria Ferrareso Lona
3521- 3954

Separation Process Development Lab

The activities of the Separation Process Development Laboratory include all steps pertaining to Separation Engineering, which coverfrom the thermodynamic characterization of the systems to the minimization of the generation of pollutants. Experimental and theoretical activities are contemplated.

Professor Responsible: Profa. Dr. Maria Regina Wolf Maciel
3521- 3957

Particle Systems Process Development Laboratory

The research activities of this laboratory include the development and adaptation of equipment and techniques involving particulate systems. Studies of non-catalytic gas-solid reactions are developed, involving aspects of heat and mass transfer, reaction kinetics and mathematical modeling of the phenomena.

Professor Responsible: Prof. Dr. Antonio Carlos Luz Lisbon
3521- 3925

Environmental Engineering Laboratory

Three main lines of research are concentrated in the Environmental Engineering Laboratory: Technologies and processes for the treatment of industrial and hospital waste and for the development of multiparticulate pharmaceutical forms with modified release. Control and monitoring of gaseous pollutant emissions and fine particulates. Occupational and process safety, and development of risk analysis techniques. In the first two, the basic fundamentals of the area of ​​transport phenomena and particulate systems are used, with emphasis on the application of adsorption, bioadsorption and drying processes.
The laboratory is equipped with important analytical equipment, such as atomic absorption spectrometers with graphite oven, UV-vis spectrophotometers (various ranges), Gas Chromatograph, HPLC Ion Chromatograph, mercury porosimeter, specific area analyzers (BET) – chemi-physisorption, zeta potential (surface charges), thermal analyzers – DSC/TGA, helium gas pycnometer, tablet dissolver, autoclave, ovens, muffles, climate chamber, jar tests, precision and infrared scales, finite bath systems with temperature control, automatic sample collection systems, high-speed centrifuges, several columns of porous beds, dryers and accessories and other research support equipment (water purifiers, pumps, etc.). experimental in nature, and have the support of FAPESP, CNPq and industries.

Professor Responsible: Profa. Dr. Meuris Gurgel Carlos da Silva
3521- 3928
Webpage: https://www.feq.unicamp.br/~meuris/

Biochemical Engineering Laboratory, Biorefining and Origin Products Renewable

In the FEQ/UNICAMP Biochemical Engineering Laboratory (LEB) several works have been developed for the purification and extraction of proteins in batches in aqueous two-phase systems (or aqueous two-phase systems) and by adsorption in fixed and expanded beds. These involved the recovery of chitosanase from Bacillus cereus, soybean peroxidase, alpha-galactosidase, microbial beta-galactosidase from different sources (E. coli, Kluyveromyces lactis, Kluyveromices fragilis), alkaline xylanase from Bacillus pumilus, and these enzymes were selectively extracted with high output, in just one or two steps. Application of enzymes in industrial processes has also been investigated at LEB. Recently, projects in the environmental area are being developed, such as the removal of lead and LR microcystin from contaminated water. Biopolymers have been investigated, including the use of chitosan for films and encapsulates.

Professor Responsible: Profa. Dr. Telma Teixeira Franco
Phone: 3521- 3966
Webpage: https://www.feq.unicamp.br/~telma/

Bioreaction and Colloid Engineering Laboratory

Development of studies on microbial biofilms and evaluation of performance and stability of biocides. Acting in the encapsulation of bioactive agents and in thedevelopment of biomaterials for application in medical and pharmaceutical areas and in the cultivation of animal cells aiming at the expression of recombinant proteins.

Professor Responsible: Profa. Dr. Angela Maria Moraes

Bioprocess Engineering Laboratory

The Bioprocess Engineering Laboratory (LEBp) performs basic and developmental studies of biopprocesses , both from the cultivation of aerobic microorganisms and from RPB (recovery and purification of bioproducts). With regard to crops, the LEBp, which has basic infrastructure for this (eg, incubators, shakers, conventional bioreactor, photoperiod bioreactor and greenhouse for hemicellulose extraction), has focused on the use of hemicellulose hydrolysates for oil production microbial, whose main focus is the production of biodiesel, but also contemplating the biosynthesis of carotenoids. In the RPB area, the LEBp has essential infrastructure for this (eg, high pressure homogenizer and chromatographic and crystallization systems) with special attention to the precipitation/crystallization of biomolecules, mainly proteins.

Professor Responsible: Prof. Dr. Everson Alves Miranda

Phase Balancing Laboratory

In the Phase Balance Laboratory, the research carried out includes:

  1. I) the experimental determination of phase equilibrium data (ELV, ELL, ESL) and physical properties -chemicals of pure components and mixtures with special attention to new, more environmentally friendly solvents, such as Ionic Liquids and Eutectic Solvents. The objective is to use these new solvents for pre-treatment and fractionation of biomass, collaborating with the development of biorefineries.
  2. II) The study of phase equilibrium conditions (ELV, ELL, ESL) and physicochemical properties of fuels and biofuels, and the description of such conditions and properties through thermodynamic models. New solvents are studied as inhibitors of hydrate formation and for the capture of light gases. It also works with the Multiflash software™ for adjusting parameters of thermodynamic models and for describing the phase equilibrium at high pressures.

Professor Responsible: Profa. Dra. Mariana Conceição da Costa

Environmental Processes and Engineering Laboratory

The Environmental Engineering and Processes Laboratory conducts research in the following areas: removal of pollutants (heavy metals, synthetic dyes and organic compounds) from industrial effluents by adsorption/bioadsorption; drying as a method of volumetric reduction and reuse of solid waste; surface water quality monitoring.

Professor Responsible: Profa. Dr. Melissa Gurgel Adeodato Vieira

Laboratory for the Study of Adsorption and Catalysis Processes

The Laboratory for the Study of Adsorption and Catalysis Processes works in the area of ​​preparation of supported metallic catalysts, in the study of kinetics of heterogeneous reactions and in gas adsorption processes on porous materials and their preparation.

Professor Responsible: Prof. Dr. Gustavo Paim Valença

Fermentative and Enzymatic Process Engineering Laboratory

The Fermentative and Enzymatic Process Engineering Laboratory develops research in the area of ​​modeling, simulation, optimization and process control, with emphasis on biotechnological processes that use sugarcane as a raw material to obtain chemical products and fuels. Develops experimental research in the field of fermentation and hydrolysis of sugarcane bagasse.

Professor Responsible: Profa. Dr. Aline Carvalho da Costa

Bioresources Product and Process Engineering Laboratory

The Laboratory of Product and Process Engineering in Bioresources has research areas focused on engineering of products and processes in bioresources, with an emphasis on the study of the development of active biofilms, agglomeration of food powders, crystallization of sucrose in sugary confections, butter substitutes. cocoa in chocolate manufacturing (CBE), fruit restriction, freezing and fruit pulp processing

Professor Responsible: Profa. Dr. Angela Maria Moraes

Product Engineering and Chemistry Laboratory

Exploration of renewable materials in chemical engineering involving: biomaterials, biopolymers, adsorption, quality of chemical processes.

Professor Responsible: Profa. Dr. Marisa Masumi Beppu

Engineering and Complex Systems Laboratory

The Research Group at the Engineering and Complex Systems Laboratory is dedicated to the application of statistical mechanics, molecular simulation and imbalance thermodynamics to different industrial problems involving complex fluids, such as those found in hermetic oil and gas reservoirs, lithium-air batteries and biological systems.

The lab has multiple workstations and a cluster of high-performance computers.

Professor Responsible: Prof. Dr. Luís Fernando Mercier Franco
Webpage: https://sites.google.com/unicamp.br/lesc

Polymeric Reactions Laboratory

FEQ’s Polymeric Reaction Engineering Laboratory was created in 2018 to support the investigation of efficient and sustainable routes in the synthesis and functionalization of polymers.

In this context, the fundamentals of polymerization kinetics and correlation between microstructure and polymer properties are key topics.

Currently, the main challenges of the group are associated with the polymerization of terpenes (components of various essential oils), as well as the evaluation of the properties of derivatives. Some potential applications are as additives in biodegradable films for the field of active packaging and/or in the medical field.

Professor Responsible: Prof. Dr. Roniérik Pioli Vieira
Webpage: https://sites.google.com/unicamp.br/lerp

System Engineering Laboratory Chemical Processes II

Modeling and simulation of chemical processes. Plant optimization studies and chemical processes. Energetic and mass integration of chemical process streams. Production planning of batch chemical processes.

Professor Responsible: Prof. Dr. Roger Josef Zemp

Molecular Interaction and Bioengineering Laboratory

The Bioengineering and Molecular Interaction Laboratory conducts research in the area of ​​purification of biomolecules with an emphasis on affinity chromatography. It develops adsorptive cryogels for use as a stationary phase in chromatography and studies the adsorption of biomolecules on porous materials for applications in the medical and pharmaceutical fields.

Professor Responsible: Profa. Dr. Sônia Maria Alves Bueno

Advanced Optimization, Design and Control Lab

This Laboratory develops and applies the concepts of PSE (Process System Engineering) for the development of processes and products. Thus, models, procedures and computational programs are developed and experimental data that are fundamental/necessary for process design, simulation, optimization and control are collected. Emphasis is given in the areas of biofuels, bioenergy, biorefinery, biomanufacturing, biomaterials, purification and ultra-purification of products with various types of separators, rapid prototyping, materials, miniaturization and MENS, petroleum and petrochemicals. The Biofabrication Institute-BIOFABRIS, LOPCA/BIOEN and LPETROPES (VALPET) are also part of these activities. In addition to processes, products that can even be functional are developed, such as scaffolts and permanent bioproducts, bioreactors for the production of biomaterials and organs, equipment such as microreactors, molecular stills and their aspects, fermentors with alternative designs and equipment for process intensification .

Professor Responsible: Prof. Dr. Rubens Maciel Filho

Environmental Technologies Research and Development Laboratory

The Environmental Technologies Research and Development Laboratory conducts research on air pollution with an emphasis on the analysis of the source-receptor relationship, on the environmental characterization of degraded industrial areas and on the studies of photochemical pollutants, volatile organic compounds and particles. The laboratory is also dedicated to the development of emission control technologies for volatile organic compounds by photocatalytic degradation with ultraviolet, adsorption on organofilized clay and catalytic conversion. In addition, it studies the emissions of volatile organic compounds in industrial processes and forms of mitigation.

Professor Responsible: Prof. Dr. Edson Tomaz

Process Laboratory in Porous Media

In the Laboratory of Processes in Porous Media (LPMP) research is carried out in the following areas: Transport Phenomena, Mass Transfer, Particulate Systems, Heat and Mass Transfer in Particulate Systems and Natural Products, Drying, Modeling and Process Simulation in Particulate Systems and Adsorption of Drugs and Related, Catalytic Cracking Processes.

The research developed aims to study the phenomena involved in fluid dynamics, heat and mass transfer with and without chemical reactions in systems and/or processes that involve materials of different natures, using contact techniques in fixed and mobile beds, emphasizing the techniques in spouted bed, fixed, fluidized, pneumatic, downer, riser, cyclone and simulated moving bed.

To give effect to experimental research, the LPMP has 60 m2, distributed in two rooms, and has the following infrastructure: workstation, computers, printers; three-dimensional measurement system of velocity and solid fields by image analysis (PIV-Tomo); measurement system based on fiber optic probes; bubbling bed ozonization unit, including a reactor for obtaining solubility; multi-purpose unit for catalytic cracking, cereal dehulling; refrigeration unit; essential oil extractors; air blowers; air heating system; air cooling system; fixed bed dryers, indirect contact with mechanical agitation which can operate in vacuum or open to atmosphere; food systemsof solids; cyclones; data acquisition systems; analytical and semi-analytical balances; psychrometers; self-sterilizing and drying oven; desiccator; thermocouples; flow meters; glassworks in general.

Professor Responsible: Prof. Dr. Marco Aurélio Cremasco

Separation Process Lab

The Separation Process Laboratory develops research in the areas of purification of bioproducts, liquid-liquid extraction applied to biotechnology in reverse micelle systems, two aqueous phases and thermosensitive polymers. Study of proteins of commercial interest, such as bromelain, ascorbate oxidase, cytochrome b5, xylanase. Study of alternative techniques to the “downstream” process.

Professor Responsible: Profa. Dr. Patrícia Fazzio Martins Martinez

Thermodynamic Properties Lab

In the Thermodynamic Properties Laboratory, the activities carried out include: determination and modeling of experimental data on phase equilibrium and thermophysical properties, development of predictive methodologies for thermophysical properties and separation processes by contact between phases.

Professor Responsible: Profa. Dr. Roberta Ceriani

Thermofluid Dynamic Process Laboratory

The Thermofluid Dynamics Process Laboratory (LPTF) aims to understand industrial processes through the concepts of moment, heat and mass transfer phenomena, seeking to optimize already established processes and develop new chemical processes.

Professor Responsible: Prof. Dr. Osvaldir Pereira Taranto
Webpage: http://websites.feq.unicamp.br/lptf/en/

Analytical and Calibration Resources Laboratory

The Biomass Characterization, Analytical Resources and Calibration Laboratory was created in 1998 with the name of Analytical Resources and Calibration Laboratory (LRAC) and reopened in 2013 due to its expansion in area and scope and is installed in an area of ​​1,300m2 built, divided into 3 floors.

The building comprises 13 laboratories (divided by area of ​​operation), meeting room, reception, storeroom, 5 utility rooms, pilot plant, high voltage/electrical house, logic room and engine room, planned with facilities that promote accessibility and safe work.

This laboratory has an instrumental park containing diversified and modern equipment, which allow the performance of chemical and physical analyzes in various types of samples. Access to this instrumental park is available to the FEQ community, Unicamp, Research and Education Institutions, Companies, among others.

Phone: 3521-3975
Webpage: https://www.feq.unicamp.br/index.php/lrac2

Simulation and Optimization Lab Chemical Processes

The Chemical Process Simulation and Optimization Laboratory develops computational work in the area of ​​simulation and optimization of chemical processes. In the area of ​​simulation, recent works include the modeling and simulation of three-phase catalytic reactors for the hydroconversion of heavy oils, involving the chemical kinetics and fluid-dynamics of the phases. In the optimization area, recent work includesthe optimization of chemical plant layout, involving minimum safety distances and piping and supports costs. In both areas, recent work includes processes for removing pollutants from wastewater and removing sulfur from heavy oils.

Professor Responsible: Prof. Dr. Reginaldo Guirardello

Heat and Mass Transfer Laboratory

The Heat and Mass Transfer Laboratory develops research in the field of transient heat transfer in heat regenerators, in two-phase systems, bubbling processes, direct evaporators, heat exchanger networks, and gas absorption with and without chemical reaction . It also carries out research aimed at optimizing processes in the pulp and paper industries.

Professor Responsible: Prof. Dr. José Vicente Hallak Dangelo

Materials Microbiology Laboratory

Expertise in the study of environmentally degradable polymers, focusing on the processing and characterization of partially or fully biodegradable polymeric formulations in the environment, the development of controlled release formulations of active principles for the health and agricultural area, of antithrombogenic materials and radiotherapeutic protectors , the synthesis and characterization of thermoplastic and thermosetting resins.

Professor Responsible: Profa. Dr. Lúcia Helena Innoctini Mei

Research Laboratory in Chemical Processes and Business Management

Since its creation, the Chemical Processes and Business Management Research Laboratory has been concerned with carrying out applied research projects in partnership with industries. The PQGE has been contributing to the training of human resources in the application of Computational Fluid Dynamics in chemical processes, more specifically in the area of ​​oil refining in partnership with Petrobrás.

Since 2005, the laboratory has invested in research and innovation in the area of ​​business management. The business management area has already consolidated projects with Votorantin Cimentos, such as the Digital Inclusion in the Cement Manufacturing Value Chain Project, the Knowledge Taxonomy Project Relating to the Cement Manufacturing Process and Knowledge Management, and the Research and Development & Training of professionals for industries such as Votoratim and Grupo Ultra.

After 28 years of constant interaction with Petrobrás/SIX and Petrobrás/CENPES, PQGE now has the participation of other higher education institutions (FURB, UFPB and University of Pittsburgh, USA) and other companies for research development, focused on for the field of computational fluid dynamics applied to oil refining.

Professor Responsible: Prof. Dr. Dirceu Noriler

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