Time： Friday, November 15, 2013 8:30 am
Location：Catalysis Lab Building 1st Floor Conference Room
Lecturer：Professor Jean-Cyrille HIERSO
Organometallic Chemistry and Catalysis, University of Burgundy, France
Jean-Cyrille Hierso is a full professor in Organometallic Chemistry and Catalysis at University of Burgundy. He was educated in University Paul Sabatier Toulouse (MSc, 1993-1994; PhD, 1994-1997), and BP-Chemicals Marseille and ENSCT (postdocs, 1998). Then he worked in University Paul Sabatier (1999), Leiden University (2000) and University of Burgundy (since 2000). His current research interests include: (1) Sustainable metal catalysis: fundamental and applied polyphosphine ligand coordination chemistry; (2) Cross-coupling for C-C, C-heteroatom bond formation by palladium and copper catalysis; (3) New methods, molecules and materials for innovation in cancer therapy/diagnostic and medical imaging. His major awards are: New J. Chem. Young Plenary Speaker prize, EuCOMC 19th, 2011, Toulouse; Coordination Chemistry National Award 2011 from the French Chemical Society (SCF); European Journal of Inorganic Chemistry (EurJIC) Young Researcher Award 2012, and Junior Member of the “Institut Universitaire de France” 2012.
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