Members

Head of the laboratory

Pr. Patrick Pale. Professor in University of Strasbourg.

Phone: +33 368 851517; E-mail : ppale[a]unistra.fr

Permanent Staff

Pr. Jean-Marc Weibel. Professor in University of Strasbourg.

Research Interest : Carbohydrate Chemistry for Biology; Total Synthesis; Palladium Cross-Coupling; Gold, Silver and Copper Catalysis.

Phone : 0033 3 68 85 15 86 ; E-mail : jmweibel[a]unistra.fr

Dr.Valérie Bénéteau. Assistant Professor in University of Strasbourg.

Research Interest :  Metal Dopped Zeolite Catalysis; Native Zeolite Catalysis; Zeolite Based Total Synthesis; Silver and Copper Heterogeneous Catalysis.

Phone : 0033 3 68 85 13 44 ; E-mail : beneteau[a]unistra.fr

Dr.Aurélien Blanc. CNRS Researcher.

Research Interest :  Gold/Platinum Catalysis; Palladium Cross-Coupling; Total Synthesis; Enantioselective Catalysis; Heterogeneous dual Catalysis (Au(I) and H+).

Phone : 0033 3 68 85 15 86 ; E-mail : ablanc[a]unistra.fr

Dr.Stefan Chassaing. Assistant Professor in University of Strasbourg and Toulouse.

Research Interest : Metal Dopped Zeolite Catalysis; Native Zeolite Catalysis; Chemitry for Biology; Silver and Copper Heterogeneous Catalysis.

E-mail : chassaing[a]unistra.fr

Dr.Victor Mamane. CNRS Researcher.

Research Interest : Organic Catalysis; Chiral Metal-Organic Frameworks Catalysts; Bipyridine Functionnalisation.

Website : https://www.asymhole.cnrs.fr/home/

E-mail : vmamane[a]unistra.fr

Delphine Hatey. Laboratory Technician

Research Interest : Organic and Organometallic Synthesis

E-mail : delphinehatey[a]unistra.fr

 

PhD Students & Post-Doctorants

Eliot Starck. 3rd year PhD Student.

Research Interest : Organo- & MetalloCatalysis towards C-(alkynyl)-Glycosides.

 E-mail : eliot.starck[a]unistra.fr

Mathieu Pascaretti. 3rd year PhD Student.

Research Interest : Organo- & MetalloCatalysis towards C-(alkynyl)-Gylycoside.

E-mail : mpascaretti[a]unistra.fr

Xiaohui Di. 3rd year PhD Student.

Research Interest : Metal Dopped Zeolite Catalysis;Native Zeolite Catalysis;Copper Heterogeneous Catalysis.

E-mail : xiaohui.di[a]etu.unistra.fr

Andrés Padilla Hernandez. 2nd year PhD Student.

Research Interest : Development of semisynthetic aminoglycosides towards new antibiotics and antiviral agents.

E-mail : andres.padilla[a]unistra.fr

Loïc Groslambert. 2nd year PhD Student.

Research Interest : Asymmetric catalysis induced by sigma hole.

E-mail : loic.groslambert[a]etu.unistra.fr

Robin Heinrich. 2nd year PhD Student.

Research Interest : Chiral N-heterocyclic carbenes for Gold (I) asymmetric catalysis.

E-mail : robin.heinrich[a]etu.unistra.fr

Pierre Locquet. 1st year PhD Student.

Research Interest : Gold catalysis applied to the aromatic Cope rearrangement.

E-mail : pierre.locquet[a]etu.unistra.fr

Master Internship

Former Members

Dr. Fabian Schlimpen PhD (2019-2022).

Dr. Robin Weiss. PhD (2017-2020). Postdoctoral fellow, Lab of Pr. Alois Fürstner, Max-Planck-Institut, Germany.

Dr. Hugo Loidon. PhD (2017-2020).

Dr. Romain Pertschi. PhD (2016-2019). Assistant Professor, University of Strasbourg, LCOM, Illkirch, France.

Dr. Sirindil Fatih. PhD (2015-2019). Postdoctoral fellow, Lab of Pr. Erik Arstad, Universty of London, UK.

Dr. Miaskiewicz Solène. PhD (2013-2017). Principal Scientist, Novartis, Bale.

Dr. Eric Wimmer. PhD (2013-2016). Postdoctoral Fellow, at Servier, France.

Dr. Anna Dikova. PhD (2012-2016). Research Associate, Technophos JSco, Varna, Bulgaria.

Dr. Julie Obszynski. PhD (2012-2016). Project Manager, NovAliX, Strasbourg, France.

Dr. Marie Hoffmann. PhD (2011-2015). Business Development Manager, Arxada, Bâle, Suisse.

Dr. Damien Hueber. PhD (2011-2015). Purification Development Engineer, Technophos JSco, Varna, Bulgaria.

Dr. Nicolas Kern. PhD (2010-2014). CNRS Fellow, LIMA, University of Strasbourg, France.

Dr. Sophie Borghèse. PhD (2009-2012). Head of Process Development, Corden Pharma, Brussels, Belgium.

Dr. Thomas Dombray. PhD (2008-2011). Chemist, Almac group, France.

Dr. Hassina Harkat. PhD (2008-2011). Professor, University of Batna, Algeria.

Dr. Aurélien Alix. PhD (2005-2009). Assistant Professor, LCM – ICMMO, University of Paris-Saclay, France.