POZZO Jean-Luc



    Dernière modification : 5 janvier 2011

  • Professeur des Universités
    jl.pozzo@ism.u-bordeaux1.fr


    Domaine de Compétences

    • Nanostructures Organiques
    • Auto-assemblages Photomodulables
    • Organogels-Hydrogels-Perfluorogels
    • Photochromisme
    • Optique Non-linéaire
    • Ingénierie Moléculaire


    Selected Papers :

    Chem. Eur. J. ASAP, Highly efficient acido- and photoswitchable frequency doublers based on the indolino-oxazolidine core are studied by means of Hyper-Rayleigh experiments and quantum chemical calculations.

    J. Photochem. Photobiol. A, 2008, 1, 68 Photogeneration of an ADADA H-bonding cleft based on a naphthopyran decorated triazine.

    Physical Review E, 2008, 77 Shear Induced fractures and three-dimensional motions in an organogel,

    Chap. 24, Molecular Gels, Eds P. Terech, R. Weiss, Kluwer Press, 2005. "Photoresponsive Gels"


    Biographical Sketch

    B.S. degree (1987) from Paris VI University. National School of Chemistry of Paris (ENSCP) in 1989. M.S. degree from Aix-Marseille II University (1990). Ph.D. (1993) in Organic and Physical Chemistry from Université de la Méditerranée (Marseilles). His studies were focussed on T-type photochromes such as chromenes and naphthooxazines. Essilor International-PPG Industries offered him a grant for an industrial post-doctoral stay on tunable ophthalmic lenses.

    He moved to Bordeaux University as a research associate and was promoted to Associate Professor at the Laboratory of Organic and Organometallic Chemistry in 1998.

    In 2002 he was appointed to Professor in Supramolecular Chemistry, Bordeaux University and developped photoswitchable NLOphores and gelators.

    Since 2003, he his appointed Group Leader of « Organic Nanostructures » within the Institute of Molecular Sciences. His recent interests concern multiaddressable self-assemblies and bi-, triphotochromics. He organized ISOP’04 in Arcachon (Sept. 2004, International Symposium on Organic Photochromes). He is member of the International Board of Photoswitchable Molecules and Devices as representative for Southwestern Europa (France-Portugal-Spain) and he coordinates the WG20 of COST Action D31 (Supramolecular Chemistry, WG : Low-Molecular Organogelators).

Actualités

La synthèse organique bordelaise à l’honneur !
18 décembre 2017

Stéphane Quideau est le lauréat 2017 du prix de la Division de (...)


Publication d’un article dans Nature Chemistry - Groupe COMEX
31 mai

Des chercheurs du groupe COMEX ont mis en évidence le comportement (...)