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postdoctoral research fellows in synthetic organic chemistry and synthetic organic electrochemistry

ABG-98293 Emploi Junior
18/05/2021 CDD 13 Mois > 25 et < 35 K€ brut annuel
INSA Rouen Normandie
Mont-Saint-Aignan - Normandie - France
Organic electrochemistry, Flow chemistry, Florine, Organocatalysis, heteroatom (Se and S)
Recherche et Développement


INSA ROUEN Normandie is a public engineering school involved in the fundamental research in the Normandie region. The research laboratories from INSA ROUEN Normandie are working on cutting edge research program in Chemistry, process, mathematics, computer science…

Poste et missions

The EFLUX project, funded by the Normandie region is a collaborative project between three research team from the COBRA laboratory (Dr. S. Oudeyer, Dr. M. Durandetti & Pr. P. Jubault) and two research teams from the Université de Montréal (Pr. André Charette & Pr. Hélène Lebel). The project is dedicated to the development of new tools in synthetic organic electrochemistry by merging organocatalysis, organometallic chemistry and organofluorine chemistry with electrochemistry. In addition, a strong emphasis will be dedicated to the concomitant extension of the developed processes in continuous flow. In that purpose, the recruited PDRA might carry out short stays within the groups of the Canadian partners.

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Prise de fonction :



The recruited PDRA will be in charge of:

  • Setting up the reaction conditions
  • Purification of the obtained compounds using regular purification techniques (flash chromatography, crystallization and so on…)
  • Analysis and characterization of the using HPLC, GC, NMR, MS, IR…)
  • Extension of the reaction under continuous flow conditions
  • Writing of the reports and publications



Before the end of the project, the PostDoc will have to:

-Set-up reaction conditions in batch electrochemistry

-Study the mechanism by CV analyses

-Study the scope of the reaction

-Study the transposition of the batch conditions in flow chemistry

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