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Dr Jean-Luc Fillaut

CNRS Research Director

Institut des Sciences Chimiques de Rennes
UMR 6226 CNRS - Université Rennes 1
Campus de Beaulieu - Building 10A - Room 208
35042 Rennes Cedex. France

Phone : 33 (0) 2 23 23 31 63
Email: jean-luc.fillaut@univ-rennes1.fr

Biography

Dr. Jean-Luc Fillaut (DR2 CNRS UMR 6226, Sciences chimiques de Rennes) obtained his PhD degree at the University of Rennes I in 1986 under the supervision of Prof. Pierre Dixneuf. He became a post-doc at the University of Lausanne, Chemistry Department as a FNS research fellow. In 1998, he entered CNRS as Chargé de Recherche in the team of Prof. D. Astruc (University of Bordeaux1) for 10 years, where he was studying metallodendrimers for electron transfer and sensing. In 1999, he joined the group “Organometalliques: Matériaux et Catalyse” in Rennes where he developed research in the field of Supramolecular materials and external-field responsive transition metal complexes.
He co-authored more than 75 Publications with review committee.

Education and professionnal experience

  • 1984-1987 - Thèse de l’Université de Rennes 1. Sélectivité de Processus Organométalliques induite par des Ligands Phosphorés dans des Complexes Soufrés du Fer (Directeur Pr. P.H. Dixneuf).
  • 1987-1988 - Post-Docteur du Fonds National Suisse pour la Recherche Université de Lausanne. Laboratoire du Pr. R. Roulet. Synthèse et réactivité de complexes pentadiényles des métaux du groupe 8.
  • 1988-1998 - Chargé de Recherche CNRS - Université de Bordeaux 1 Groupe de Chimie Moléculaire des Métaux de Transition. (Directeur : Pr. D. Astruc). Activation d’aromatiques par les métaux de transition, Dendrimères organiques et organométalliques Dendrimères pour la reconnaissance moléculaire.
  • 1991 - Habilitation à Diriger des Recherches (Université Bordeaux 1)
  • 1999 - Chargé de Recherche CNRS - Université Rennes 1 Laboratoire “Organométalliques et catalyse. Chimie et Electrochimie Moléculaires” Chimie organométallique et assemblages moléculaires. Acétylures métalliques pour l’optique non linéaire. Acétylures pour la reconnaissance moléculaire : capteurs chimiques.
  • 2008 - Directeur de Recherche CNRS - Université Rennes 1

Research interests

Topic 1 (Dr. Huriye Akdas-Kilig / Dr. Jean-Luc Fillaut)

Octupolar coordination complexes for second and third order NLO: Tools to enhance NLO properties Application to 3D stereolithography by photopolymerisation initiated by two-photon absorption. From synthesis to devices.

Topic 2 (Dr. Jean-Luc Fillaut)

This topic is devoted to the design, fabrication, in-depth study and optimization of systems for the rapid detection and identification of chemicals. Our work focuses on a synthetic route to novel classes of sensitive compounds, in particular tunable luminescent materials for sensor applications. Most efforts concern now the design of supported materials in which these sensitive compounds could afford the same properties as in solution.

Collaborations

  • Jean-Pierre Malval and Olivier Soppera (IS2M, Mulhouse University): 3D stereolithography by photopolymerisation initiated by two-photon absorption.
  • Claudia Dragonetti (Milan) and Bouchta Sahraoui (Moltech Anjou) : Second-and Third order nonlinear optical measurements.
  • Sylvia Draper (Trinity college Dublin) and Jianzhang Zhao (Dalian Univ. China): Cyclometalated Platinum complexes: photochemistry and photophysics.

Selected publications

Topic 1

  • 1 - UV-induced micropatterning of complex functional surfaces by photopolymerization controlled by alkoxyamines
    Telitel, S.; Bosson, J.; Lalevée, J.; Clement, J.-L.; Godfroy, M.; Fillaut, J.-L.; Akdas-Kilig, H.; Guillaneuf, Y.; Gigmes, D.; Soppera, O.
    Langmuir (2015) 31, 10026−10036
  • Photoisomerization in Aminoazobenzene-Substituted Ruthenium(II) tris(bipyridine) Complexes : Influence of the Conjugation Pathway
    Amar, A.; Savel, P., Akdas-Kilig, H., Katan, C.; Meghezzi, H. ; Boucekkine, A. ; Malval, J.-P. ; Fillaut, J-L
    Chemistry, A European Journal (2015) 21, 8262-8270
  • Enhancement of Two-Photon Initiating Efficiency of a 4,4’-Diaminostyryl-2,2’-bipyridine Derivative Promoted by Complexation with Silver Ions
    Spangenberg A., Malval J.-P., Akdas-Kilig H., Fillaut J.-L., Stehlin F., Hobeika N., Morlet-Savary F., Soppera O.
    Macromolecules (2012) 45 (3) 1262–1269

Topic 2

  • Switching of Reverse Charge Transfers for a Rational Design of an OFF−ON Phosphorescent Chemodosimeter of Cyanide Anions
    J.-L. Fillaut, H. Akdas-Kilig, E. Dean, C. Latouche, A. Boucekkine
    Inorg. Chem. (2013) 52 (9), 4890–4897
  • Sensory luminescent iridium(III) and platinum(II) complexes for cation recognition V. Guerchais, J.−L. Fillaut
    Coord. Chem. Rev. (2011) 255 (21-22), 2448 – 2457
  • Alkynyl Ruthenium Colorimetric Sensors: Optimizing the Selectivity toward Fluoride
    J.-L. Fillaut, J. Andriès, J. Perruchon, J.-P. Desvergne, L. Fadel, B. Zouchoune, J.-Y Saillard
    Anion Inorg. Chem. (2007) 46 (15), 5922 – 5932
  • Cyclometallated platinum(II) complexes containing pyridyl-acetylide ligands: the selective influence of lead binding on luminescence
    P.-H. Lanoë, J. A. G.Williams, H. Le Bozec, J.-L. Fillaut, V. Guerchais, Cyclometallated platinum(II) complexes containing pyridyl-acetylide ligands: the selective influence of lead binding on luminescence
    Dalton Trans. (2010) 39, 707–710
  • The Dendritic Effect in Molecular Recognition: Ferrocene Dendrimers and their Use as Supramolecular Redox Sensors for the Recognition of Small Inorganic Anions
    C. Valério, J.-L. Fillaut, J. Ruiz, J. Guittard, J.-C. Blais, D. Astruc
    J. Am. Chem. Soc. (1997) 119, 2588 (357 citations)

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