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Christine PAUL-ROTH

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Christine PAUL-ROTH

Associate Professor INSA

Maître de Conférences HDR
Institut des Sciences Chimiques de Rennes UMR 6226
INSA de Rennes
Campus de Beaulieu - Bat. 10C
35042 Rennes Cedex

Building #10C, Office #153
Phone: +33 2 23 23 63 72
Fax: +33 2 23 23 69 39
Email: christine.paul

Current Research Interests (see also SOF group website)

• Elaboration of NEW BUILDING BLOCKS BASED ON PORPHYRINS AND FLUORENE UNITS. Fascinating super- of supra- molecular assemblies can be obtained with remarkable photonic properties from such building blocks. Due to efficient energy transfer between the fluorenyl arms, which act as antennas, and the porphyrin cores, which act as emitters, these LINEAR OR DENDRIMERIC assemblies behave as red emitters after selective UV or visible excitation.
• A second of my current concerns is related to the use of related PLATINUM PORPHYRINS COMPLEXES which can be used as red phosphors in OLEDs. Several such solid-state devices have now been prepared and their electroluminescence performance was assessed.

Ongoing collaborations

• J.A.G. Williams, M. A. Fox (Durham University - UK): Fluorescence measurements
• M.G. Humphrey, M. P. Cifuentes, Australian National University (ANU - Canberra/Australia): Synthesis of organometallic redox-switchable molecular assemblies for cubic NLO.
• M. Blanchard-Desce at the ISM (UMR 5255, univ. Bordeaux 1): Two-photon absorption measurements.
• I. Ledoux at the LPQM (ENS Cachan/France): THG, EFISH or HRS measurements.
• V. Fattori (University Bologne - Italy): Luminescent molecules for OLEDs elaboration

Education and professional experience

• 2007: Associate Professor, INSA-University of Rennes, France
Accreditation to supervise research in Chemistry (HdR),
• 1997: Joined the INSA as Assistant Professor, at University of Rennes 1
• 1995: Post-doc. 3: Collège de France, Paris, France (J.-M. LEHN)
• 1994: Post-doc. 2: Université de Lausanne, Switzerland (C. FLORIANI)
• 1993: Post-doc. 1: Berkeley University, California, USA (K.N. RAYMOND)
• 1992: Ph-D: University Louis Pasteur (ULP) of Strasbourg 1 (J.-M. LEHN)

Teaching Activities

• Licence 1, 2 and Master 2-final project supervising at the INSA of Rennes.
• Practical classes given to 1st and 2nd year students in chemistry, INSA of Rennes.

Scientific Production

Selected Publications

1/Dendritic molecular assemblies for singlet oxygen generation: meso-tetrafluorenylporphyrin-based biphotonic sensitizers with remarkable luminescence
Yao, D.; Zhang, X.; Mongin, O.; Blanchard-Desce, M.; Paul, F.; Paul-Roth, C. O. Chem. Eur. J. 2017, accepted manuscript
2/ Synthesis and Characterization of New Conjugated Fluorenyl-Porphyrin Dendrimers for Optics
Yao, D.; Zhang, X.; Mongin, O.; Paul, F.; Paul-Roth, C. O. Chem. Eur. J.
2016, 22, 5583-5597.
3/New donor–acceptor conjugates based on a trifluorenylporphyrin linked to a redox–switchable ruthenium unit
Merhi, A.; Zhang, X.; Yao, D.; Drouet, S.; Mongin, O.; Paul, F.; Williams, J. A. G.; Fox, M. A.; Paul-Roth, C. O. Dalton Trans. 2015, 44, 9470-9485.
4/A zinc(II) tetraphenylporphyrin peripherally functionalized with redox-active substituents: Linear electrochromism and third-order nonlinear optics
Merhi, A.; Grelaud, G.; Ripoche, N.; Barlow, A.; Cifuentes, M. P.; Humphrey, M. G.; Paul, F.; Paul-Roth, C. O. Polyhedron 2015, 86, 64-70.
5/ A Hybrid Ruthenium Alkynyl/Zinc Porphyrin “Cross Fourchée” with Large Cubic Nonlinear Optical Properties
Merhi, A.; Grelaud, G.; Green, K. A.; Barlow, A.; Wang, G.; Minh, N. H.; Reynolds, M.; Ledoux, I.; Cifuentes, M. P.; Humphrey, M. G.; Paul, F.; Paul-Roth, C. O. Dalton Trans. 2015, 44, 7748-7751.

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