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Chimie moléculaire Paris Centre
ÉCOLE DOCTORALE 406

CulturChem, les séminaires de chimie moléculaire

L'ED organise un cycle de séminaire hebdomadaire CulturChem, chaque lundi à 11h sur le Campus Pierre et Marie Curie, couloir 54-55, salle 205, avec invitation de conférenciers extérieurs, nationaux comme internationaux.

Les professeurs invités dans le cadre des laboratoires et de l'ED proposent généralement aux doctorants une série de cours sur une thématique donnée.

Pour tous renseignements veuillez contacter : Dr Cyril Ollivier, UPMC, Tour 32 - 42, 5ème étage, case 229, 4 place Jussieu, 75005 PARIS

tél : 01 44 27 38 50 / fax : 01 44 27 73 60 e-mail : cyril.ollivier@upmc.fr

17/09/18

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Les séminaires CulturChem

    • Dipyrrin-based self-assembled architectures

      Séminaire du Dr Stéphane Baudron (CNRS-Université de Strasbourg UMR 7140)
      Abstract :
      Dipyrrins are bis-pyrrolic derivatives that can be rather easily synthesized and functionalized, forming monoanionic chelates under mild basic conditions. These features make them interesting ligands for the elaboration of discrete and infinite metal-organic architectures. In particular, our efforts have centered on...

    • Secondary Phosphine Oxides as bifunctional ligands in catalysis

      Séminaire du Dr Piet Van Leeuwen (INSA- Toulouse)
      Abstract :
      In 1986 we introduced platinum complexes of diphenylphosphine oxide (SPO) as homogeneous catalysts for hydrogenation and hydroformylation reactions. As a phosphorus ligand it is very akin to triphenylphosphine, the workhorse ligand at the time in homogeneous catalysis. We speculated that the oxygen atom might play an additional role and facilitate...

    • Synthesis of Complex Molecules via Metal-Mediated Domino Reactions

      Séminaire du Dr Gaëlle Blond (Université de Strasbourg)
      Abstract :
      The design and elaboration of complex molecules from simple starting material in the minimum of operations is a challenging goal in organic synthesis. While most reactions allow for the formation of only one bond at a time, a particularly promising strategy to access complex molecules is to trigger domino reactions that convert simple...

    • On discovery in catalysis

      Séminaire du Dr Frank Glorius (Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität Münster, Germany)
      Abstract :
      Catalysis is a key technology of our modern societies, since it allows for increased levels of selectivity and efficacy of chemical transformations. While significant progress can be made by rational design or engineered step-by-step improvements, many pressing challenges in the field require the discovery...

    • Metal-Organic Architectures for Catalysis & Functional Materials

      Séminaire du Pr Alexander Kirillov (University of Lisbon, PT)
      Abstract :
      This presentation will highlight our recent research on the design and applications of a wide diversity of functional metal-organic architectures, including metal-organic frameworks (MOFs), coordination polymers (CPs), and multinuclear metal complexes. The following topics will be discussed. (1) Aqueous medium self-assembly generation...

    • New heterocorroles and norcorroles from dipyrrin metal complexes

      Séminaire du Pr Hiroshi Shinokubo (Nagoya University)
      Abstract :
      We have developed a metal-templated strategy to access various novel porphyrinoids. Dipyrrin metal complexes are a nice precursor to prepare 10-heterocorroles containing various heteroatoms (O, N, S, Si, P, and B) as well as norcorroles. 10-Heterocorroles exhibit tunable optical and electronic properties depending on the heteroatoms....

    • Electron-Triggered Metamorphism in Self- Assembled Metal-Organic Architectures

      Séminaire du Dr Christophe Bucher (ENS Lyon)
      Abstract :
      Stimuli-responsive self-assembled molecular materials are currently subject to intense research activity. This growing interest stems largely from the myriad of exciting applications envisioned for dynamic supramolecular assemblies, also known as dynamers, in materials science, sensing, catalysis and electronics. Enormous technologic interests...

    • Iminophosphorane complexes: non innocence and reactivity

      Séminaire du Dr Audrey Auffrant (Ecole polytechnique)
      Abstract :
      Mixed ligands relying on the complementarity on different heteroatoms found numerous applications especially in catalysis. We are particularly interested in ligands incorporating the iminophosphorane (P=N) functionality from which we will present two original families, some of their metal complexes in order to discuss their non-innocence...

    • Control of the composition and the surface chemistry of II-VI semiconductor nanoplatelets

      Séminaire du Dr Sandrine Ithurria (ESPCI)
      Abstract :
      2D colloidal II-VI semiconductor nanoplatelets (NPLs) are a unique class of nanoparticles with optical properties comparable to quantum well. Their thicknesses, the unique confined direction, are defined at the atomic scale all along the nanoparticles without roughness which provide them optical properties without inhomogeneous broadening. In a synthesis...

    • Symposium Second Year PhD Students – JCM 2019 Second part

      Symposium Second Year PhD Students
          Rodrigue MARQUANT (Laboratoire des BioMolécules)
           Cysteic acid-rich peptides as bioactive glycosaminoglycan mimics
       Laurent CATTIAUX (Laboratoire des BioMolécules)
           Supported synthesis of biological interest oligosaccharides
       Anna NOTARO (Institute of Chemistry for Life and Health Sciences)
           New Ru(II) Polypyridyl Complexes Containing Non-Innocent...

    • The design and application of dissipative supramolecular materials.

      Séminaire du Dr Job Boekhoven (Technical University of Munich)
      Abstract :
      Why can’t we make materials like biology does? A car tire that regenerates itself like our skin does; Or a sweater that adapts to the cold like the hairs on our skin. Besides the obvious “biology is complex”, there is a trivial answer: most biological materials exist in states far away from equilibrium where processes like adaptation...

    • Drug Discovery Challeng from Target to Clinical Candidate

      Séminaire du Dr Samir Jegham (SANOFI - AVENTIS R&D, Research Platform-IDD)
      Abstract :
      Early drug discovery has changed dramatically over the recent past. We moved from blockbusters/massive one-fit-all strategy, to a variety of personalized solutions and we are gradually embedding an integrated drug discovery mindset, based on translational sciences rationale.
       
      The challenge is the target. Once the...

    • Polyoxometalate Composites – from water purification to energy storage

      Séminaire du Pr Carsten Streb (Ulm University, Allemagne)
      Abstract :
      The combination of polyoxometalates – molecular metal oxide anions – with functional substrates such as nanostructured carbon or porous silica will be described as a means to access (multi)functional composite materials. Tuning of each component will be reported as a facile means of controlling reactivity and developing materials with...

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