Inès Hamouda and Divyendu Valappil are joining us starting February 15th.
Inès is a post-doc and she will work at IMMM in Le Mans to characterize the hydrogels by rheology and Light Scattering.
Divyendu is a research engineer and she will develop the SPIM environment at Restore laboratory.
On October 2020, Camille Courtine attended NICE-2020 International Conference, which is organized with the objective to share new developments in the growing field of bioinspired chemistry and materials.
Camille presented a part of her PhD work:
“Photo-switchable azobenzene-cyclodextrin complexes in water: a tool to mimic extra cellular matrix”
The article describing a full characterization of azobenzene@cyclodextrins complexes has just been accepted in J. Org. Chem.. This work describes the step-by-step procedure that we used to have access to all parameters of the complexes: stoichiometry, affinity constant, quantum yields of photochemical processes. This is based on Jorge’s early work, completed by Camille, and a strong help from Véronique. A real team work!
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