819 376-5011, ext. 4521
Cell phone: 819 371-8028
Main sector of activity:
Innovative papers and cardboards
- Pulp and Paper
- Chemical modifications
Trained as a chemical engineer, David holds a master’s degree and a PhD in science and engineering of lignocellulosic materials from UQTR. He worked on the chemical modification of wood fibers before joining Innofibre as a researcher in the development of innovative paper and cardboard.
- Myja, D., Loranger, E., Lanouette, R. “4-acetamido-TEMPO-mediated oxidation of wood chips and thermomechanical pulp in large scale”, Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research, 58 (28), 12723-12728 (2019).
- Myja, D., Loranger, E., Lanouette, R. “Treatment levels of 4-acetamido-TEMPO oxidized thermomechanical pulp to improve paper properties and clay retention”, Bioresources, 14 (3), 7056-7067 (2019).
- Myja, D., Loranger, E., Lanouette, R. “The effects of 4-acetamido-TEMPO-mediated oxidation on the extraction components of thermomechanical pulp”, Cellulose, 26 (1-2), 5653-5663 (2019).
- Myja, D., Loranger, E., Lanouette, R. “TEMPO mediated oxidation optimization on thermomechanical pulp for paper reinforcement and nanomaterial film production”, Bioresource, 13 (2), 4075-4092 (2018).
- Eyebe, G. A., Myja, D., Bideau, B., Lanouette, R. Loranger, E., Domingue, F. “Coplanar waveguide techno TEMPO oxidized thermomechanical pulp-based microwave humidity sensor”, IEEE Sensors Letters, 3 (7), 1-4 (2019).