Laboratoire Lorrain de Chimie Moléculaire (L2CM) UMR 7053
The L2CM is a UMR CNRS-University of Lorraine (UMR 7053) born in January 2018 headed by Philippe Gros (DR1-CNRS) which gathers about 70 people working geographically in Nancy (Faculté des Sciences et Technologies & Campus Brabois Santé) and Metz (Institut de Chimie, Physique et Matériaux). The objective of the L2CM is to develop innovative methods for the synthesis of molecules and molecular materials with applications in physics (catalysis, energy, luminescence) and biology (antibacterials, drug delivery, imaging). The philosophy of the laboratory is the design of the molecule to the device or the bioactive system based on on a set of synthesis and characterization platforms. The research is conducted along two axes:
The HeMaF axis (Heterocycles and Functional Materials) - Manager: Corinne Comoy (MCF-UL)
The MolSyBio axis (Molecules and Bioactive Systems) - Manager: Andreea Pasc (PR-UL)
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A PhD position is available in our laboratory from October 2020 in synthetic organic chemistry.
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Friday, November 22, 2019, 14h, lecture theatre 7 - FST Nancy, Youssef Berro, "Design of optimized catalysts for biomass upgrading using a theoretical/experimental approach".
Monday, December 2, 2019, 13h30, lecture theatre 8 - FST Nancy, Maxime Girardon, "Systèmes colloïdaux lipidiques pour l'administration par voie orale".
Friday, December 6, 2019, 14h, Salle des Actes - 1st floor administration building - FST Nancy, Timothé Vucko, "C-glycosides fluorés pour le marquage de peptides. Applications en imageries TEP et bimodale TEP/FPIR".
Thursday, December 12, 2019, 10h, Salle des Actes - 1st floor administration building - FST Nancy, Claudia Cervantes-Martinez, "Porous and hybrid silica from biocompatible systems: application to drug release".
Tuesday, December 17, 2019, 9h30, Salle des Actes - 1st floor administration building - FST Nancy, Mohamed Darari, "Synthèse et caractérisation de nouveaux complexes Fe-NHC applicables en cellule solaire DSSC".
Wednesday, December 18, 2019, 13h30, Salle des Thèses - Faculté de Pharmacie - Campus Brabois Santé, Jimmy Gouyau, "Nanoparticules d’or et d’argent - de la synthèse à l’évaluation de l’activité antibactérienne".
Thursday, December 19, 2019, 10h, lecture theatre of ISEA - ISEA Metz, Kevin Magra, "Synthèse et caractérisation de nouveaux complexes photo-actifs à base de fer".
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The XXVI EFMC International Symposium on Medicinal Chemistry will take place in Basel, Swizerland from September 6 to 10, 2020.
The 2020 edition will cover advances in drug discovery in major therapeutic areas, including the treatment of bacterial and viral infections, diseases related to the CNS, heart disease, fibrotic diseases and cancer.
Several sessions will be dedicated to advances in synthetic methodology for drug discovery.For more informations : https://www.efmc-ismc.org/
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The XXIX European Colloquium on Heterocyclic Chemistry will take place in Rouen, France from August 25 to 28, 2020.
The ECHC is an open meeting dealing with all aspects of heterocyclic chemistry with international renown speakers and participants from academia and industry.
For more informations : www.echc2020.org
Conference of Professor Oliver Wenger, Department of Chemistry, University of Basel, Switzerland
Title: Photoactive Complexes with Earth-Abundant d6-Metals
Date: 3 december 2019, 14h30.
Prof. Dr. Thomas J. J. Mueller, Professeur in Organic Synthesis, Institute of Organic Chemistry and Macromolecular Chemistry, Heinrich-Heine-Universität Düsseldorf, Germany.
Title: “Diversity Oriented Synthesis of Functional Dyes Initiated by Pd- and Cu-Catalysis”.
Date and location: Thursday 27th of June 2019 at 9h45, room Jean Barriol, entry 2A, 7th floor, FST- Vandœuvre-lès-Nancy"