Aurelie Morin - Matyjaszewski Polymer Group - Carnegie Mellon University

Aurelie Morin

Address:
Carnegie Mellon University
4400 Fifth Avenue
Mellon Institute
Pittsburgh, PA 15213
Office: MI-802

Education

  • 2010-2013 - PhD Thesis - Organometallic controlled radical polymerization of unreactive monomers; Supervisor: Prof. R. Poli – CNRS-LCC – Toulouse, France
  • 2009-2010 - MSc in Chemistry – Université Paul Sabatier – Toulouse,  France
  • 2007-2010 - Engineering school, Green chemistry speciality – ENSIACET – Toulouse, France
  • 2005-2007 - Undergraduate in Physics and chemistry – Université Paris Sud XI – Orsay, France

Publications

  1. Debuigne, A.; Morin, A. N.; Kermagoret, A.; Piette, Y.; Detrembleur, C.; Jérôme, C. and Poli, R. Chemistry - A European Journal 2012, DOI: 10.1002/chem.201201456.

Experience

  • 2012Carnegie Mellon University visitor - 3 months PhD exchange program – Supervisor : Prof. K. Matyjaszewski, Matyjaszewski Polymer Group – Pittsburgh, United States
  • 2012Duquesne University visitor - 3 months PhD exchange program – Supervisor : Prof. T. Pintauer, Organometallic, Inorganic and Polymer Chemistry Group – Pittsburgh, United States
  • 2010Heterobimetallic complexes: synthesis and electrochemical properties - Internship: 6 months – Supervisor : Prof. E. Bouwman – Leiden Institute of Chemistry Metals in Catalysis, Biomimetics & Inorganic Material – Leiden, Netherlands; P.Cruentum Microalgae biorefinery scheme (setting up); Engineer project: 4 months including 7 weeks of labwork Laboratoire de Chimie Agro-industrielle – Toulouse, France
  • 2009Fluorescent biologic probes synthesis and evaluation on DNA - Internship: 3 months – Supervisor : Prof. M.-P. Teulade-Fichou, Institut Curie-CNRS – UMR176 – Orsay, France

Skills

  • Sound knowledge in synthesis and retro-synthesis
  • Air sensitive techniques
  • Radical polymerizations (OMRP, ATRP)
  • Synthesis of transition metal complexes (mono and hetero-bimetallic complexes, Cu, Fe, Ni, Co)
  • Computational skills: use of Gaussian, Gaussview, chemcraft [see the publication]
  • Analytical techniques : X-ray, ATG, DSC, DLS; Spectroscopy (Mass, NMR, IR, UV, EPR); Chromatography (SEC, GC, HPLC, HPIC, electrophoresis
  • Software: Office ®, SciFinder, Reaxys, Cambridge database, NMR softwares (MestreC, MestreNova, NMR Notebook), ChemDraw, Putty, X-Ming, WinSCP