Our research focuses primarily on the development of original transformations for the preparation of heterocyclic compounds relying on modern organotransition metal catalysis and organocatalysis.
We are investigating the reactivity of oxyallyl cations and recently describes their reactivity in the presence of nitrones through a (3+3) cycloaddition.
This area of research has recently been awarded by an ANR JCJC grant (2018, CycloSyn) in order to probe transition-metal catalyzed transformation of these peculiar reactive intermediates.
Funding is available for Master 2 internships as well as for a PhD student starting October 2019. If interested, please send resume, motivation letter and academic records by email. Those without the required qualifications need not apply and irrelevant applications will not be answered.
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