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Guilhem SIMON

Laboratoire MONARIS (UMR 8233)

Sorbonne Universités -
Univ. Pierre et Marie Curie (Paris 6)

4 Place Jussieu Tour 43-53

bureau 216 Case Courrier 49

75252 PARIS CEDEX 05, France

T: +33 (0)1 44 27 25 15



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LMOPS Université de Lorraine

Téléphone : +33 674 190258

Groupe Français de Spectroscopies Vibratio,nelles

Human Rezaei :


My main research interest is to apply an interdisciplinary approach to understand the molecular bases pathology due to protein misassemblies. My main intent is to use a balanced combination of expertise and methodologies, which range from biophysical methods to molecular and cell biology and biochemistry, to lead to understand the molecular mechanisms of structural.

Sophie Lecomte :


Sophie Lecomte studied chemistry at the Pierre et Marie Curie University. She received her PhD from the University Pierre et Marie Curie in Paris (1995). After post-doctoral research with Prof. W.E. Smith at the Strathclyde University (Glasgow, UK) (1996) and with Prof. Peter Hildebrandt (Max Planck Institut fur Stralenchemie, Mulheim an de Ruhr, Germany) (1996-1998), she joined the Laboratoire de dynamique, interaction et réactivité  (LADIR) in Paris as a CNRS Chargé de Recherche (1998). In 2007, she moved to the Institute of Chemistry and Biology of Membranes and Nano-objects (CBMN) in Bordeaux.  Since 2013 she has been a CNRS Research Director.

Her current research focuses on self-assembling processes of amyloid peptides and their interaction with membranes, and on detection of label free RNA and DNA by SERS in microfluidic devices.

Frederik Tielens


Frederik Tielens (Brussels, 1974) graduated in Chemistry at the Free University of Brussels, Belgium (1996) and earned his PhD degree in Theoretical Chemistry with cum laude at the Free University of Brussels, Belgium (2000), in the group of Prof. P. Geerlings. His doctoral work on the study of adsorption and catalytic properties of zeolites was awarded the Solvay Prize and the second prize of the prestigious international DSM contest. After a post doc in collaboration with ExxonMobil Research he then moved to industry and worked for Altachem and ABSS.

In November 2003 he reintegrated university. During that period he obtained a Marie Curie Post Doc grant at the Universitat Jaume I (Spain), and was postdoctoral researcher at the Université Pierre et Marie Curie (UPMC, Paris, France) in collaboration with Yara, where he worked on the reactivity of metal and metal oxide catalysts.

In September 2006 he was assigned contractual assistant professor at the UPMC.

From 2007 - 2013 he was assistant professor in charge of theoretical chemistry at Surface Reactivity Laboratory (UPMC).

In January 2013 he joined the Laboratory of Condensed Matter of Paris (UPMC).

As from October 2017 he will be appointed professor at the Vrije Universiteit Brussel and leads the group of materials modeling.

Frederik Tielens has authored over 100 peer reviewed scientific publications.

Visiting Maître de Conférences at Sorbonne Université, laboratoire de Chimie de la Matière Condensée (LCMCP).

David Chapron


Dr. David Chapron received a Ph.D in Physics from the University of Angers (France) in 2006. After 2 years as a postdoctoral researcher at GeorgiaTech Lorraine (Metz, France), he joined as an Assistant Professor at the University of Lorraine (Metz, France) - LMOPS laboratory. His current research interests focus on in-situ Raman spectroscopy, optical sensors, semi-crystalline polymers and ferroelectric crystals.