On the 17th of December, Iman defended her PhD thesis entitled “”Radical addition onto functionalized chiral cyclobutenes. Application to the total synthesis of Eucophylline and Eburnamine. A biomimetic approach towards leucophyllidine”. This was done in front of a jury composed of Dr. G. Vincent (U. Paris-Saclay), Dr. F. Denes (U. Nantes), Dr. G. Masson (ICSN, Gif/Yvette) and Dr. D. Bassani (U. Bordeaux). Congratulations Iman and good luck for the future.
On the 14th of December, Claire defended her PhD thesis entitled “”Etude de nouveaux cations silyliums pour la synthèse et la catalyse” in front of a jury composed of Prof. L. Fensterbank (Sorbonne Université), Dr. M. Donnard (U. Strasbourg), Dr. A. Baceiredo (U. Toulouse) and Prof. D. Taton (U. Bordeaux). Congratulations Claire. We wish you good luck for the future.
Part of our group participated from 21st to 25th of september 2020 to the SECO-57 at Léon in the Landes (France).
Congratulations to Iman and Claire who presented their PhD work on this occasion
Our article on ” Copper-catalyzed Oxidative C(sp3)-H Amination. Direct Synthesis of Benzylic Carbamates ” has been accepted for publication in ChemComm.
Congratulations to Shuai, Coline, Raphael, Govind, Nivesh and Jonathan !
Our article on ” Urethanes Synthesis from oxamic acids under Electrochemical Conditions ” has been accepted for publication in ChemComm
Congratulations to Martin, Jonathan and Gülbin !
The Global Ranking of Academic Subject (GRAS) unveiled its new edition on June 29th. This year, the University of Bordeaux appears in the TOP 150 in Chemistry
In the frame of a collaborative work on silyl cations (Procope Program) with Prof. Dr. Thomas Müller (Carl von Ossietzky Universität Oldenburg, D), an article on the ” Chiral Chalcogenyl-Substituted Naphthyl- and Acenaphthyl-silanes and their Cations ” has been accepted for publication in Chemistry, A European Journal
Congratulations to Sandra !
Our work on Dehydrogenative Silylation of Alcohols under Pd-nanoparticles Catalysis (Chem. Eur. J. 2019, 25, 728-732) is highlighted in Organic Chemistry Portal.
Our group this year…..