Carrier Marion

CNRS Research Scientist
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Since 2018: CNRS Research Scientist

IMT Mines Albi-Carmaux – RAPSODEE / Energy & Environment

Biomass Fast Pyrolysis: Biomass fast pyrolysis: A 13C dual kinetic approach.

Honorary Research Fellow, School of Engineering & Applied Science, Aston University, UK.


2015 – 2018: Marie-Curie SA Researcher Fellow

Aston University – EBRI / Bioenergy group, EBRI

Biopolymers 13C tracking during fast pyrolysis of biomass - A 2-level mechanistic investigation

Postgraduate Certificate in Learning and Teaching in Higher Education (PGCert), Aston University, UK.

Co-investigator, Bio-energy group, Unidad de Desarrollo Tecnológico, Universidad de Concepción, Chile.


2014 – 2015: Research Scientist

University of Concepción - Unidad de Desarrollo Tecnológico / Bio-energy group

Fast pyrolysis of polymers and pyrolysis mechanisms.


2008 - 2013: Postdoctoral Fellow

Stellenbosch University - Dept. of Process Engineering

Fast, slow and vacuum pyrolysis of biomass and bio-oil and biochar applications.


2007- 2008: Postdoctoral Fellow

CNRS – ICMCB / Supercritical group

Conversion of lignocellulose in supercritical conditions.


1998 - 2007: Initial education

PhD in Chemistry, University of Claude Bernard / IRCELyon: Wastewater treatment by Advanced Oxidation Processes.

MSc in Strategies and Analytical Sciences, University of Claude Bernard / LACE (Laboratoire d’Application de la Chimie à l’Environnement).

Engineer diploma in Chemistry and Processes Engineering CPE LYON, France.

Classes préparatoires aux grandes écoles : Math sup, Math spé.

Publications : 

Thermogravimetric analysis as a new method to determine the lignocellulosic composition of biomass, M. Carrier, A. Loppinet-Serani, D. Denux, J.-M. Lasnier, F. Ham-Pichavant, C. Aymonier, F. Cansell, Biomass and Bioenergy, 35 (2011) 298-307.

Using apparent activation energy as reactivity criterion for biomass pyrolysis, M. Carrier, L Auret, A Bridgwater, J Knoetze, Energy & Fuels for the special issue in the honour Michael J. Antal, Energy Fuels 30 (2016) 7834-7841.

Non-isothermal kinetic analysis of the devolatilization of corn cobs and sugarcane bagasse in an inert atmosphere, A.O. Aboyade, T. J. Hugo, M. Carrier, E. L. Meyer, R. Stahl, H. Knoetze, J. F. Görgens, Thermochimica Acta, 517 (2011) 81-89.

Structure-reactivity relationship in pyrolysis of plastics. A comparison with natural polymers, T. Larrain, M. Carrier, L. Radovic, Journal of Analytical and Applied Pyrolysis 126 (2017) 346-356.

Quantitative insights into the Fast Pyrolysis of Extracted Cellulose, Hemicelluloses and Lignin, M. Carrier, M. Windt, B. Ziegler, J. Appelt, B. Saake, D. Meier, A. Bridgwater, ChemSusChem 10 (2017) 3212-3224.

Comparison of slow and vacuum pyrolysis of sugar cane bagasse, M. Carrier, T. Hugo, J. Gorgens, H. Knoetze, Journal of Analytical and Applied Pyrolysis, 90 (2011) 18-26.

Production of char from vacuum pyrolysis of South African sugar cane bagasse and its characterization as activated carbon and biochar, M. Carrier, A.G. Hardie, Ü. Uras, J. Görgens, J.H. Knoetze, Journal of Analytical and Applied Pyrolysis, 96 (2012) 24-32.

Ni/HZSM-5 Catalyst Preparation by Deposition-Precipitation. Part 1. Effect of Nickel Loading and Preparation Conditions on Catalyst Properties, R. Barton, M. Carrier, C. Segura, J. L. Garcia Fierro, N. Escalona, Applied Catalysis A: General 540 (2017) 7-20.

Ni/HZSM-5 Catalyst Preparation by Deposition-Precipitation. Part 2. Catalytic Reactions in Organic and Aqueous Systems, R. Barton, M. Carrier, C. Segura, J. L. Garcia Fierro, S. Park, H. H. Lamb, N. Escalona, S.W. Peretti, Applied Catalysis A: General 562 (2018) 294-309.

Chemical and structural characterization of char development during lignocellulosic biomass pyrolysis, L. Mafu, H.W Neomagus, R.C. Everson, C. A. Strydom, M. Carrier, G. N. Okolo, J. R. Bunt, Bioresource Technology 243 (2017) 941-948.

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