EMMD - Electrochemistry, Molecular Materials and Devices

EMMD (Electrochemistry, Molecular Materials and Devices) research activities are devoted to molecular materials, from molecules to materials and from materials to devices. Electrochemical techniques are used to synthesize, to immobilize and to detect chemical or biological species. The synthetic aspect relates to the synthesis and functionalization of macrocycles (porphyrins, phthalocyanines…) and polymers. The analytical aspect 1) exploits the redox properties of compounds or sensitive layers (biomaterials, conducting polymers, charge-transfer complexes, …) for the characterization and the detection of biomolecules or chemical pollutants in sensor devices; 2) to apprehend reaction mechanism of molecular processes. Our projects are focused on applications in the fields of environment, health and food industry.

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  • MEYER Michel
  • Statut : Researcher (CR-HDR)
  • Team : PD2A
  • Function : Researchers
  • Tags : Coordination chemistry, Macrocyclic chemistry, Molecular imaging
  • 0000-0003-2295-7826
  • Address :

    ICMUB Institut de Chimie Moléculaire de l'Université de Bourgogne
    Bât. MIRANDE - Aille B - Bureau R27c
    9 Avenue Alain Savary
    21000 Dijon – France

  • Tél : +33 3 80 39 37 16
  • Michel.Meyer@u-bourgogne.fr

1997 ® CNRS Researcher, habilitated since 2008
1997      Assistant and co-worker of Prof. K. Bernauer, University of Neuchâtel (Switzerland).
1995/97 Postdoctoral fellow (supervisor: Prof. K. N. Raymond), University of California, Berkeley (USA).
1991/95 Graduate student (supervisor: Dr A. M. Albrecht-Gary), University L. Pasteur, Strasbourg (France).

Coordinator of the ANR project PLUTON (2018/21)

Azide Binding Controlled by Steric Interactions in Second Sphere. Synthesis, Crystal Structure, and Magnetic Properties of [NiII2(L)(μ1,1-N3)][ClO4] (L = Macrocyclic N6S2 Ligand).
A. Jeremies, S. Gruschinski, M. Meyer*, V. Matulis, O. A. Ivashkevich, K. Kobalz, B. Kersting*, Inorg. Chem. 201655, 1843-1853.

A Comparative IRMPD and DFT Study of Fe3+ and UO22+ Complexation with N-Methylacetohydroxamic Acid.
T. Terencio, J. Roithová*, S. Brandès, Y. Rousselin, M.-J. Penouilh, M. Meyer*, Inorg. Chem. 201857, 1125-1135.

Effects of preorganization in the chelation of UO22+ by hydroxamate ligands: cyclic PIPO vs linear NMA.
A. Sornosa-Ten, P. Jewula, T. Fodor, S. Brandès, V. Sladkov, Y. Rousselin, C. Stern, J.-C. Chambron*, M. Meyer*, New J. Chem. 201842, 7765-7779.

Selection of recent invited/keynote lectures:

Chelation of toxic metals: from fundamental advances in macrocyclic chemistry to extracting materials.
M. Meyer, XX Mendeleev Congress on General and Applied Chemistry, 26-30 September 2016, Ekaterinburg, Russia.

Physico-chemical validation of model chelators as a first step towards the design of radiopharmaceuticals employed in SPECT or PET imaging.
M. Meyer, 3rd Summer School of Bioinorganic Medicinal Chemistry, 29 août-1 September 2017, Cagliari, Italy.

Actinide chelation by hydroxamic siderophores: from solution to soil studies.
M. Meyer, 10th International Symposium on Nano and Supramolecular Chemistry (ISNSC 2018), 9-12 July 2018, Dresden, Germany.