报告题目：Microstructured reactors: Hydrodynamic characterization of heat exchangers reactors, size control of microcapsules in an intensified encapsulation process and latex coagulation in shear control environment
Nathalie Lours Le Sauze is Professor at the Institut Universitaire de Technologie (Université Paul Sabatier - Université de Toulouse). She conducts research at the Chemical Engineering Laboratory (UMR CNRS). She is a former invited professor at the University of Galati (Romania) and at Ecole d’Ingénieurs de Gabes (Tunisia). Graduated in Chemical Engineering at INSA (Institut National des Sciences Appliquées) (1987), Nathalie Lours Le Sauze defended her doctoral thesis on the ozonation of drinking and waste waters in 1990 at the Université de Rennes. After a postdoctoral fellowhip at the University of California at Berkeley (UC. Berkeley, USA), she has been associate-professor at Ecole Nationale Supérieure de Chimie de Rennes and further joined the University of Toulouse where she is full professor since 2005. As Vice-Director of Institut Universitaire de Technologie (Chemical Engineering Department) in charge of studies, she founded the bachelor degree in “Environmental Processes” in 2005. Her research focuses on various aspects of process intensification including the characterisation of BSTR and continuous reactors, transposition from batch to continuous processes for both non-reactive and reactive liquid-liquid systems. Author of 34 papers in journals and conference proceedings and one patent, she has supervised the research of 10 PhD students.