Conférences et soutenances

Salle de conférences du Cermav


  • 11h00 : Prof. Rémi Mérindol, Institute for Macromolecular Chemistry, Albert-Ludwigs-University Freiburg : Bioinspired architectures. Structure and property control from cellulose to DNA


  • 11h00 : Prof. Thomas Heinze, Center of Excellence for Polysaccharide Research Friedrich Schiller University of Jena : Chemistry with activated polysaccharide derivatives – an efficient and simple path to novel structures


  • 11h00 : Dr Elisa Fadda, Depart. of Chemistry, Maynooth Univ., Ireland : Order and disorder in complex carbohydrates: Implications on molecular recognition and other stories


  • 11h00 : Dr Paavo Penttilä, Institut Laue-Langevin, Grenoble : Small-angle scattering studies on cellulose biosynthesis and plant cell wall morphology


  • 10h00 : Emeline Richard, soutenance de thèse Cermav : Synthèse par ingénierie métabolique d'oligosaccharides sialylés pour l'élaboration de glycoconjugués d'intérêt médical


  • 11h00 : Dr Lisa Maria Steiner, Bio-Inspired Photonics Vignolini Group,  University of Cambridge, UK : Structural colour in Margaritaria nobilis


  • 11h00 : Prof. Sang Ouk, Dépt Science & Engénierie des Matériaux, Rép. Corée : Directed Self-Assembly of block Copolymers on Chemically Modified Graphene Substrates


  • 11h00 : Prof. Yann Guérardel, UGSF, Université de Lille1 : Rise and fall of mycobacterial cell wall


  • 11h00 : Prof. Makoto Ouchi, Université de Kyoto, Japon : Designer Molecules for Precision POlymerization: Control of Monomer Sequence and Construction of Ring-Based Architectures


  • 14h00 : Yoko Otsuka, soutenance thèse Cermav : Sub-10 nm Nano-Structured Carbohydrate-based Block Copolymer Thin Films for Organic Photovoltaic Applications


  • 11h00 : Dr Eric Cloutet, Laboratoire de Chimie des Polymères Organiques, Bordeaux : Polymer electronic materials: from synthesis toward integration


  • 10h00 : Dr Martin Brinkmann​, Institut Charles Sadron, Strasbourg : Controlled crystallization and orientation of semi-conducting polymers