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6TH Edition of JMJC

18, 19 October, 2018, Marseille

WHAT IS THE 6TH EDITION OF JMJC ?

Once again, PACA and LR French Young Chemists’ Networks organize the 6th Mediterranean Researchers Days (also called Journées Méditerranéennes des Jeunes Chercheurs or JMJC). This event will be held from october the 18th to the 19th of 2018, in Marseille. The JMJC aim to share and spread the most recent advances in various fields of Chemistry through different sessions such as:

– 4 plenary conferences of distinguished academic ,

Round table and industrial workshops,

–  several young researchers lectures and posters.

We are waiting you to a chemistry congress (material chemistry, organic and inorganic chemistry, environmental chemistry, etc.) with academic and industrial speeches …and prizes for the best oral and poster communication…. !! Special afternoon with industrials (presentations, round tables) : Friday 19th October 2018

Who's Speaking

Prof. Dr. Julien Bachmann

Materials Chemistry

Friedrich Alexander University Erlangen-Nürnberg (Germany)
Department of Chemistry and Pharmacy

Research in the Bachmann group (chair ‘Chemistry of Thin Film Materials’) focuses on the development of preparative methods for nanostructured inorganic materials and interfaces at which various types of energy conversion phenomena can be studied. We create inorganic nanostructures with accurately tunable geometry, and we study their physical and chemical properties systematically as they vary with the geometric parameters. We are particularly interested in the transport and exchange of electrons and ions at interfaces in solar cells, batteries, and other electrodes.

Dr. Joanna Wencel-Delord

Organic Chemistry

Université de Strasbourg (France)
Laboratoire d’Innovation Moléculaire et Applications ; team Synthèse & Catalyse Asymétrique.

The main research axis of the Synthèse & Catalyse Asymétrique group concerns the asymmetric synthesis of chiral molecules and biologically active compounds. The objectives of our research team are divided into three main topics:

1) The total synthesis of biologically active compounds, 2) Medicinal Chemistry with the synthesis of selective low molecular weight molecules and 3) The development of new stereoselective methods towards the control of axial or central chirality: Following an urgent need for more performant and environmetally benign transformations, SYNCAT team focuses major efforts on the development of original synthetic solutions for asymmetric catalysis. The first research axis in this field concerns the metal-catalyzed asymmetric C-H functionalization. Moreover targeting challenging C-C couplings, a dual catalysis merging C-H activation and visible-light induced photocatalysis is explored; the combination of these two complementary modes of activation of organic molecules, well adapted to each of the coupling partners should allow generation of highly reactive species under mild reaction conditions.

Dr. Stéphane Mounier

Environmental Chemistry

Université de Toulon (France)
Mediterrannean Intstitut of Oceanography

He his PhD on Amazon river organic matter fluxes and caracterisation and the Paris VI university. Since he joined the RCMO and PROTEE laboratory in Toulon, joining MIO laboratory in 2018, is working on organic matter spectroscopy and interaction with metal in various environments (soils, lakes, seawater, interstitial water, sediment and solids) using PARAFAC decomposition.

Dr. Tatiana Besset

Organic Chemistry and Bio-Organic Chemistry

Université de Rouen (France)
Laboratoire de Chimie Organique et Bio organique, Réactivité et Analyse ; team Synthesis of Fluorinated Biomolecules.

The main research of the Fluorinated Biomolecules group is aimed at the synthesis of fluorinated molecules, especially biologically active molecules and chiral molecules obtained through asymmetric synthesis. The group’s activities are divided into two main axes related to fluorine chemistry:

  •  The first axis targets the development of new asymmetric and non-asymmetric methodologies for the synthesis of fluorinated molecules, especially mono-, di-, and trifluoromethylated molecules
  •  The second axis is the synthesis of fluoride biomimetics, which is an application of the methodologies developed in the first axis.

After the preparation of nucleosides and amino acids, the team focuses on the synthesis of fluorinated mimics of sugars, of nucleotides and dipeptides, as well as cyclopropanes fluorinated heterocycles.

Draft Program

About us

Anne Obah

Project Coodinator

Laboratory :
ICR UMR 7273 – Aix Marseille Université/ CNRS, campus la Timone

Research area :
Organic chemistry

Luca Pasquini

Communication team

Laboratory :
MADIREL UMR 7246 – Aix Marseille Université/ CNRS, campus Saint Jérôme

Research area :
Materials chemistry

Maxime Dufond

Communication team

Laboratory :
CINaM UMR 7325 – Aix Marseille Université/ CNRS, campus Luminy

Research area :
Materials chemistry

Anne de Poulpiquet

Logistic team

Laboratory :
BIP UMR 7281 – Aix Marseille Université/ CNRS, campus

Research area :
Electrochemistry

Cyril Neytard

Funding team

Laboratory :
CEREGE UMR 7281 – Université de Toulon/CNRS

Research area :
Environmental chemistry

Yasmin Reviriot

Funding team

Laboratory :
iSm2 UMR 7313 – Aix Marseille Université/ CNRS, campus St Jérôme

Research area :
Organic chemistry

Youssef El Ouardi

Logistic team

Laboratory :
MAPIEM EA4323 / MIO UMR 7294 – Université de Toulon/CNRS

Research area :
Materials and environmental chemistry

Rafik Kaci

Logistic team

Laboratory :
AFMB UMR 7257 Aix Marseille Université/ CNRS, campus Luminy

Research area :
Antiviral Medicinal chemistry – Natural macromolecules

Simon Cassegrain

Support team – Languedoc Roussillon

Laboratory :
ICGM UMR 5253 – Université de Montpellier/CNRS

Research area :
Organic chemistry

Aude Roland

Support team – Languedoc Roussillon

Laboratory :
ICGM UMR 5253 – Université de Montpellier/CNRS

Research area :
Materials chemistry

Gaël Coquil

Support team – Languedoc Roussillon

Laboratory :
ICGM UMR 5253 – Université de Montpellier/CNRS

Research area :
Materials chemistry

Maéva Coste

Support team – Languedoc Roussillon

Laboratory :
IBMM UMR 5247 – Université de Montpellier/CNRS

Research area :
Organic chemistry

Romain Tavernier

Support team – Languedoc Roussillon

Laboratory :
ICGM UMR 5253 – Université de Montpellier/CNRS

Research area :
Materials chemistry

Aurélie Gernet

Support team – Languedoc Roussillon

Laboratory :
ICGM UMR 5253 – Université de Montpellier/CNRS

Research area :
Organic chemistry

Audrey Beillard

Support team – Languedoc Roussillon

Laboratory :
CEA marcoule EA4323 /  LCPE UMR 9992 – Université de Montpellier/CNRS

Research area :
Nuclear chemistry

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Travel Information

Venue

Palais du Pharo – Amphithéâtre Gastaut et salle des voûtes

58 Boulevard Charles Livon

13007 Marseille

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