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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 :


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Les séminaires CulturChem

    • Multifunctional molecule-based magnets : slow relaxation, luminescence and ferroelectricity

      Séminaire du Dr Jérôme Long (Institut Gerhardt, Montpellier)
      Abstract :
      Coordination chemistry of lanthanide ions allows the tailored design of multifunctional molecule-based materials. We investigate here by using luminescent and magnetically anisotropic lanthanide ions assembled with enantiopure ligands the synthesis of high-temperature molecular ferroelectrics exhibiting Single-Molecule Magnet behavior...

    • Fonctionnalisation de surfaces de silicium pour la (photo)électronique moléculaire et la catalyse photoélectrochimique

      Séminaire du Dr Bruno Fabre (Institut des Sciences Chimiques de Rennes)
      Abstract :
      La fonctionnalisation de surfaces de silicium à terminaison hydrogène (Si-H) par des assemblages électroactifs constitue une voie privilégiée pour la mise au point de nouvelles interfaces parfaitement définies pour de nombreuses applications, telles que l'électronique moléculaire et la catalyse photoélectrochimique. A...

    • Quantum Chemical Modeling of Enzymatic and Homogeneous Catalysis

      Séminaire du Dr Fahmi Himo (Stockholm University)
      Abstract :
      Using modern density functional theory methods, it is today possible to routinely and accurately treat relatively large systems. The calculated energies can be used to rule out or substantiate reaction mechanisms and have also been shown to be sufficiently accurate to satisfactorily reproduce various kinds of selectivities. These developments...

    • Ynamides and enamides providing access to valuable building blocks

      Séminaire de la Professeure Laurence Miesch (Strasbourg University)
      Abstract :
      Ynamides and enamides are versatile synthons to create nitrogen-containing scaffolds highly prevalent in natural products that exhibit pharmacological profiles. Silver-catalyzed cyclization of ene-ynesulfonamides provide rapid access to bridged bicyclic ketoenamides, whereas keto-sulfonamides lead to spiro-enamides in a one...

    • How to control Aromatic Oligoamide Foldamers.

      Séminaire du Dr Victor Maurizot (University of Bordeaux)
      Abstract :
      Functions and properties of molecules are intimately related to their shape. This is particularly true in Nature where biomolecules functions only arise from the folding of linear oligomeric peptides or nucleotides into 3-D architectures. With the objective of mimicking functional natural biomolecules, chemists have developed synthetic...

    • Stereoselective synthesis of polyfunctional molecules- Use of the borono-Mannich reaction and glycosylations

      Séminaire du Dr Stéphanie Norsikian (CNRS - Institut de chimie de Substances Naturelles)
      Abstract :
      The Borono-Mannich reaction, also known as Petasis reaction, is a multi-component reaction between a carbonyl derivative, an amine and a boronic acid. We apply this methodology to the stereoselective preparation of chiral elaborate molecules and examine new variants of this reaction. We are also working...

    • Creating New (Bioactive) Molecules with Superacids

      Séminaire du Pr Sébastien Thibaudeau (IC2MP Poitiers University)
      Abstract :
      In superacid, such as HF/SbF5, functionalized organic molecules can be (poly)protonated to furnish electrophilic species which can react with very poor nucleophiles. This superelectrophilic activation can be applied to the development of unprecedented organic reactions.  This work opens new possibilities for the direct and...

    • 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...

    • Iodine(III)-Mediated Halogenation Reactions & Ynamides as Ketenimines Precursors

      Séminaire du Dr Kevin Cariou (CNRS - Institut de chimie de Substances Naturelles)
      Abstract :
      In our group we develop synthetic methodologies that enable the construction of original molecular scaffolds possessing interesting biological properties. In particular, we try to bypass the use of unstable yet reactive intermediates by generating these species in situ. We pursue two lines of research in this...

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