Organometallics for Sustainable Chemistry and Quantum Technologies
Nocton Research group
Post-doc: Dr. Violaine Goudy (2016-2018, 2 years), Dr. Jules Moutet (2018-2019, 18 months)
PhD students: Emmanuel Nicolas (2013), Arnaud Jaoul (2017), Mathieu Xémard (2018), Ding Wang (2020), Valeriu Cemortan (2022), Maxime Tricoire (2022)
Master students: Javier Silva Mora (2013), Anthony Cavaillé (2013), Varunesh Chandra (2016), Enzo Dalloz (2017), Sébastien Zimmer (2018), Jules Schleinitz (2018), Maxime Tricoire (2018), Junghan Son (2018), Poonam Singh (2018), Audrey Peiro (2019), Zeyu Bai (2019), Lamise Nasr (2020), Adrien Combourieu (2020), Lilian Zeinalian (2020), Nolwenn Mahieu (2021), Rafaela Bechara (2021), Marie Cattaneo (2021), Jean-Christophe Jamet (2021).
Undergraduate students: Xavier Berrebi (2012), Léa Jacquot (2013), Maxime Tricoire (2014), Poonam Singh (2017), Marie Perrin (2017), Grégoire Thorez (2018), Thomas Naillon (2019), Carla Bognini (2019).
and also Augustin Braun (2015), François Rostand (2016), Simon Karlskind (2016) Antoine Le Helloco (2016), Sijo Abraham (2017), Nahal Soltani (2017), Antoine Colin (2018), Anthony Ropp (2018), Albane Fontaine (2019), Quentin Barrusaud (2021).
Dr. Oleh Stetsiuk
Oleh is an Ukrainian post-doc who did a shared PhD between Angers and Kiev University. He joined the group to work on the magnetic sandwiches with the Cyclononatetraenyl ligand. He likes large aromatic ligands and divalent lanthanides.
Nolwenn is a PhD from ENS Paris-Saclay who has done research internships at MIT and UPenn with Alex Radosevich and Eric Schelter. She joined the group to work on the magnetic Sandwiches with the cyclononatetraenyl ligand. She likes bibliographic reports, administratives forms and f-elements.
Master Students and undergraduates
Dr. Thomas Simler
Thomas is a French post-doc who arrived in 2019 from Germany and the group of Prof. Roesky. Before, he was PhD student with Andreas Danopoulos and Pierre Braunstein in Strasbourg. Thomas is a former student from ENS Lyon and he likes lanthanides complexes, Elsass and China!
Jakub "Kuba" Piatkowski
Kuba just arrived from Poland to work with low-valent lanthanides and new large aromatic ligands. He also likes long syntheses with palladium complexes. Kuba likes to play volleyball! Welcome, Kuba.