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Experts in: Self-assembled structures

Badia, Antonella

BADIA, Antonella

Professeure titulaire

Professor Badia’s research is focused on investigations of the phase structure-property relations in organic ultrathin films formed by molecular self-assembly. They can be used as model biomembranes, matrices for the selective deposition of nanomaterials, or the electrochemical actuation of micromechanical devices.

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Bazuin, Géraldine

BAZUIN, Géraldine

Professeure associée

Professor Bazuin’s group uses block copolymers and supramolecular chemistry to design new self-assembled polymer materials, in bulk and in thin films, for applications such as nanosensors and optics.

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Lafleur, Michel

LAFLEUR, Michel

Professeur associé

Professor Lafleur’s research is aimed at characterizing the organization of biomolecular self-assembly, defining the physical and chemical laws involved, identifying relationships between structure and function of these biological materials and exploiting their properties for various biotechnology applications.

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Martel, Richard

MARTEL, Richard

Professeur titulaire

Professor Martel and his group study various electrically active nanostructures so as to better understand phenomena linked to surfaces and interfaces, such as charge transfer and electrical conduction.

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Pellerin, Christian

PELLERIN, Christian

Professeur titulaire

Professor Pellerin and his group focus on characterizing the structure and dynamics of polymers and self-assembled materials. They are particularly interested in the formation of nanofibers by electrospinning, molecular glasses and supramolecular complexes. They also develop novel infrared and Raman spectroscopy techniques.

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Schmitzer, Andreea-Ruxandra

SCHMITZER, Andreea-Ruxandra

Professeure titulaire

Professor Schmitzer’s research combines organic, bio-organic and supramolecular chemistry, with the goal of gaining insight into how molecular recognition and motion can be combined, for the development of new catalytic systems and new transmembrane transporters.

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