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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, 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

12/09/16

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Les séminaires CulturChem

    • Radical C-H Activation/Radical-Radical Cross-Coupling

      Séminaire du Pr Aiwen Lei (IAS, Wuhan University, China)
      Abstract
      Our research focuses on the oxidative coupling to develop a novel and efficient bond-formation method between two nucleophiles. We have successfully developed three generations of oxidative coupling. In addition, in-depth understanding toward the reactions is the other focus. Recently, a new series of oxidative coupling reactions have...

    • Recent Studies of Electron Transfer in Organic Chemistry

      Séminaire du Pr John A. Murphy (University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, United Kingdom)
      Abstract
      Electron transfer reactions are of central importance in nature and in synthetic chemistry. This presentation will describe recent progress in our laboratories in developing new reactions that are mediated by electron transfer, as well as in probing the mechanism of electron transfer reactions.

    • More than an analytical method ! Unsing Mass Spectrometry to Build Bridges between Gas and Solution Phase Metal Chemistry

      Séminaire du Pr Richard A. J. O'Hair (The University of Melbourne, Australia)
      Abstract
      Mass spectrometry based techniques have been developed over the past 50 years to provide fundamental structural, mechanistic and energetic information about intermediates and reactions associated with metal mediated processes, including catalytic cycles [1]. Many early studies involved the reactions of bare monoatomic...

    • Copper(I/II) complexes with the peptide amyloïd-ß: structure, reactivity and biological relevance

      Séminaire du Pr Peter Faller (Institut de chimie de Strasbourg, Université de Strasbourg)
      Abstract
      Copper is an essential element and is needed for several essential purposes such as energy production. Copper ions are generally tightly bound at specific sites to proteins. Copper inappropriately bound, often called labile or loosely bound copper, can be a very good catalyst for the production of reactive...

    • Biomaterials : materials chemistry in a medical context

      Séminaire du Dr Thibaud Coradin (LCMCP, UPMC)
      Abstract
      The development of biomaterials requires the convergence of multiple expertises at the service of medicine. Chemistry plays a key role in imagining and constructing objects that will induce the adequate response of the body. However, combining functionality and biocompatibility remains a great challenge, as it implies a control of chemical and...

    • Homogeneous catalysis for the transformation of renewables

      Séminaire du Dr Cédric Fischmeister (Institut des Sciences Chimiques de Rennes, Université de Rennes 1)
      Abstract
      The transformation of renewable and bio-sourced compounds is a major challenge for present and future chemical research. In this context, catalytic processes will play a major role to ensure efficient transformations with reduced environmental impacts. Our results on the implementation of...

    • Molécules et nanoparticules d'or sur silicium : contrôler la morphologie du matériau et le fonctionnaliser pour l'électronique moléculaire

      Séminaire du Dr Olivier Pluchery (INSP, UPMC)
      Abstract
      Le silicium est un matériau fort de 60 ans au service de l'électronique. Il affiche des promesses renouvelées dans le domaine du photovoltaïque, de l'électronique moléculaire et le développement de composants toujours plus petits qui faciliteront la transition de la micro- vers la nano-électronique. Dans mon exposé je détaillerai nos travaux de

    • Small, Functional Rotaxanes

      Séminaire du Dr Steve Goldup (University of Southampton)
      Abstract
      Our group have pioneered the use of “small” macrocycles in active template reactions in order to allow the synthesis of small(er), functionalised rotaxanes in excellent yield. I will describe some of our recent applications of this methodology to the synthesis of complex homo- and hetero-circuit [n]rotaxanes, as well as functional interlocked...

    • Materials Exploration for Advanced Batteries

      Séminaire du Pr Masashi Okubo (The University of Tokyo, Japon)
      Abstract
      Limited performance of lithium-ion batteries forces us to develop advanced batteries. However, the presently-considered electrode materials are ion intercalation (carbon compounds, metal oxides and metal sulfides), alloying (phosphorus and tin) or conversion materials (metal oxides and metal sulfides), the energy and power densities...

    • Une réponse radicale à quelques défis du magnétisme moléculaire

      Séminaire du Pr Cyrille Train (Université Grenoble-Alpes)
      Abstract
      Le magnétisme des objets moléculaires s’appuie sur la présence d’entités paramagnétiques. Historiquement, les ions métalliques ont pris le pas sur les radicaux organiques notamment en raison des impératifs de stabilité. Cependant, les radicaux organiques sont susceptibles d’assurer de fortes interactions d’échange. Utiliser des radicaux...

    • New Catalytic Chemistry for Heterocycle Synthesis

      Séminaire du Pr Michael F. Greaney (University of Manchester, UK)
      Abstract
      Transition metal (TM) catalysts can control a vast range of chemical reactivity. At one extreme, they can hatness and modulate the most energetic reactive intermediates, such as arynes and carbenes. Contrastingly, they can be used to activate inert, unreactive functional groups such as C-H bonds. Both of these areas offer tremendous...

    • Design and Reactivity of Gold(III) complexes : Towards New Opportunities in Gold catalysis

      Séminaire du Dr. Abderrahmane Amgoune (Toulouse University, LHFA UMR 5069)
      Abstract
      In most gold catalyzed processes developed to date, gold(I) is used as a simple Lewis acid for electrophilic activation of p-CC bonds. This represents a severe restriction synthetically, and in this respect, gold is well behind the other transition metals that are known to promote a much greater variety of transformations...

    • Présences CulturChem 2016-2017

      Présences CulturChem 2016-2017

Contact

Directrice 

Anna Proust (anna.proust @ upmc.fr)

 

Directeur adjoint

Matthieu Sollogoub (matthieu.sollogoub @ upmc.fr)

 

Secrétariat

Irène Rasoarinoro (irene.rasoarinoro @ upmc.fr)

Tel. : 01 44 27 38 48

 

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