Philippe Dubois receives the title Doctor Honoris Causa by the University of Montpellier

We are delighted to announce that Professor Philippe Dubois, a longstanding member of EurASc and currently serving as a member of the Scientific Committee of the Engineering Division, as received the title Doctor Honoris Causa by the University of Montpellier.

Professor Dubois, renowned for his pioneering work in green chemistry and materials science, was honored by the University of Montpellier for his outstanding contributions to scientific research and innovation. His remarkable achievements include over 800 peer-reviewed scientific publications, 76 patents, and numerous awards recognizing his commitment to advancing science and sustainability.

Born in Charleroi, Belgium, in 1965, Professor Dubois has dedicated his career to interdisciplinary research at the intersection of synthetic chemistry and materials engineering. His groundbreaking research into bioplastics and renewable bioresources has revolutionized the field, leading to significant advancements in eco-friendly materials and processes.

In addition to his distinguished academic career, Professor Dubois has held various leadership roles at the University of Mons, where he currently serves as President and Rector. His vision for the university prioritizes academic excellence, international collaboration, and the well-being of students, faculty, and researchers.

The University of Montpellier’s decision to confer the title of Doctor Honoris Causa upon Professor Dubois reflects his profound impact on the scientific community and his dedication to advancing knowledge and innovation.

We extend our warmest congratulations to Professor Philippe Dubois on this well-deserved honor and look forward to his continued contributions to the field of science.

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This news article serves as a testament to Professor Dubois’s remarkable achievements and underscores EurASc’s commitment to recognizing excellence in science and innovation.