3rd French-Czech Vltava Chemistry Meeting, Dijon

10 – 11 September 2012
University of Bourgogne

Organising Committee

  • Michel Meyer (University of Bourgogne/CNRS, Dijon)
  • Jean-Claude Chambron (University of Bourgogne/CNRS, Dijon)
  • Charles Devillers (University of Bourgogne/CNRS, Dijon)
  • Laurent Plasseraud (University of Bourgogne/CNRS, Dijon)
  • Christine Stern (University of Bourgogne/CNRS, Dijon)

Plenary lectures

  • Richard Decréau (University of Bourgogne/CNRS, Dijon)
    A functional biomimetic cytochrome c oxidase model
  • Sylvain Jugé (University of Bourgogne/CNRS, Dijon)
    P-chiral phosphines: From chiral ligands to organocatalysts
  • Pavel Lhoták (Institute of Chemical Technology, Prague)
    Calixarene-based receptors: From recognition of anions to the catching of fullerene balls
  • Rita Meunier-Prest (University of Bourgogne/CNRS, Dijon)
    Electrochemical detection of biological interactions: Towards electrochemical biosensors
  • Nadine Pirio (University of Bourgogne/CNRS, Dijon)
    Heterocyclic synthesis mediated by ambiphilic zirconium complexes
  • Lubomír Popíšil (J. Heyrovský Institute of Physical Chemistry ASCR & Institute of Organic Chemistry and Biochemistry ASCR, Prague)
    Oscillation and deterministic chaos in redox reactions
  • Jana Roithová (Charles University, Prague)
    Ion spectroscopy in organic chemistry
  • Aleš Růžička (University of Pardubice, Pardubice)
    From monomeric group 14 compounds to rings and clusters
  • Olivier Siri (Aix-Marseille University/CNRS, Marseille)
    New tetraazamacrocycles for photonic and electronic applications
  • Irena G. Stará (Institute of Organic Chemistry and Biochemistry ASCR, Prague)
    The tailor-made (hetero)helicenes: Their synthesis and self-assembly at interfaces
  • Serge Thorimbert (Pierre et Marie Curie University/CNRS, Paris)
    Selective post-functionalization of hybrid polyoxometalates: Chiral recognition and catalysis

Oral Communications

  • Hassib Audi (University of Bourgogne/CNRS, Dijon)
    New boron and silicon aminoacids for fluoride labelling
  • Antoine Eggenspiller (University of Bourgogne/CNRS, Dijon)
    Porphyrin-cyclen scaffolds, new metal chelators for medical imaging, preliminary studies
  • Anastasia Grishina (Institute of Organic Chemistry and Biochemistry ASCR, Prague)
    β-Cyclodextrin duplexes connected with two disulfide bridges: Synthesis, structure, and inclusion complexes
  • Oldřich Hudeček (Institute of Chemical Technology, Prague)
    Novel synthetic approach to calix[4]arene-based anionic receptors
  • Andrej Jančařík (Institute of Organic Chemistry and Biochemistry ASCR, Prague)
    A novel and efficient approach to helically chiral aromatic compounds
  • Mathieu Moreau (University of Bourgogne/CNRS, Dijon)
    DOTAGA-Trastuzumab. A new antibody conjugate targeting her2/neu antigen for diagnostic purposes
  • Thibaut Sizun (University of Bourgogne/CNRS, Dijon)
    Humidity effect on the response of phthalocyanine resistors to ammonia
  • Anton Škríba (Charles University, Prague)
    Investigation of ruthenium-catalyzed reactions using mass spectrometry
  • Tomáš Šolomek (Masaryk University, Brno)
    On the mechanism of photo-favorskii reaction of p-hydroxyphenacyl photoremovable protecting groups: Intermediacy of open-shell oxyallyl biradicals
  • Tomáš Weidlich (University of Pardubice, Pardubice)
    Facile dehalogenation of halogenoaromatics using metallic alloys in water
  • Margot Wenzel (University of Bourgogne/CNRS, Dijon)
    Synthesis of bimetallic complexes with potential biological activity and anticancer properties


  • Julie Bernard, Raluca Malacea, Sylvain Jugé
    (University of Bourgogne/CNRS, Dijon)
    Organophosphorus pincers for fluoride-labeled amino acids
  • Yann Bernhard, Jeremy Paris, Julien Boudon, Nadine Millot, Richard Decreau
    (University of Bourgogne/CNRS, Dijon)
    Phthalocyanines and subphthalocyanines for multimodal imaging
  • Frédérique Brégier, Jean-Claude Chambron
    (Université de Bourgogne/CNRS, Dijon)
    C3-symmetric cavitands from β-cyclodextrin and cyclotriveratrylene analogues
  • S. Belattar, Y. Mameri, N. Debbache, N. Seraghni, T. Sehili
    (Mentouri University Constantine, Algeria)
    Photodegradation of 3,5-dimethylphenol with goethite and hydrogen peroxide
  • Y. Mameri, S. Belattar, N. Seraghni, N. Debbache, T. Sehili
    (Mentouri University Constantine, Algeria)
    Interaction between aspirin and goethite in heterogeneous aqueous media in the presence and absence of light
  • Nicolas Desbois, Antoine Eggenspiller, Clément Michelin, Philippe Richard, Franck Denat, Jean-Michel Barbe, Claude Gros
    (University of Bourgogne/CNRS, Dijon)
    Heterobimetallic complexes: A porphyrin-cyclen association for MRI/PET imaging. Synthesis and preliminary studies
  • Charles H. Devillers, Abdou K. D. Dime, Hélène Cattey, Benoît Habermeyer, Dominique Lucas
    (University of Bourgogne/CNRS, Dijon)
    Efficient electrosynthesis of meso,meso-linked zinc porphyrin dimer. Mechanistic approach of the C-C oxidative coupling by digital simulation of the i = f(E) curves
  • Charles H. Devillers, Mikhail A. Vorotyntsev, Dmitry V. Konev, Igor Bezverkhyy, Olivier Heintz
    (University of Bourgogne/CNRS, Dijon)
    Polyporphines: A new electroactive polymer family based on the totally unsubstituted porphyrin
  • Mathieu Dutartre, Jérôme Bayardon, Sylvain Jugé
    (University of Bourgogne/CNRS, Dijon)
    P-Chirogenic secondary phosphine oxides: New stereoselective synthesis and application
  • Hervé Feuchter, Stéphane Brandes, Yoann Rousselin, Alla Lemeune
    (University of Bourgogne/CNRS, Dijon)
    Porous materials synthesis for selective carbon dioxide capture and activation
  • Karolína Flídrová, Petr Slavík, Václav Eigner, Pavel Lhoták
    (Prague Institute of Chemical technology)
    Mercury-palladium transmetalation in calixarene chemistry
  • Josef Hamáček
    (University of Orléans/CNRS, University of Geneva)
    Designing Tetranuclear Lanthanide Complexes
  • Andrej Jančařík, Angelina Andronova, Irena G. Stará, Ivo Starý, Mélanie Bourdillon, Michel Meyer
    (Institute of Organic Chemistry and Biochemistry ASCR, Prague & University of Bourgogne/CNRS, Dijon)
    The synthesis and basicities of helically chiral aza[5]helicene analogs
  • Pawel Jewula, Jean-Claude Chambron, Michel Meyer, Yoann Rousselin
    (University of Bourgogne/CNRS, Dijon)
    Synthesis and complexation properties of a calix[4]arene-based tetrapodal ligand incorporating cyclic hydroxamic acids as chelating units
  • Dominique Lucas, Véronika A. Zinovyeva, Sophie Fournier, Sophal Mom, Charles H. Devillers, Hélène Cattey, Jean-Cyrille Hierso
    (University of Bourgogne/CNRS, Dijon)
    Electrochemical approach of the specific activity of ferrocenyl polyphosphine ligands in palladium(0) catalysis
  • Lucien Marx, Pauline Souchal, Thomas Roels, Patrick Hemery
    (Ecole Normale Supérieure/Pierre et Marie Curie University/CNRS)
    A styryl TIPNO-based nitroxide as efficient mediator for the synthesis of well-grafted polymers
  • Lucien Marx, Gisèle Volet, Catherine Amiel
    (Ecole Normale Supérieure/Pierre et Marie Curie University/CNRS)
    Well-defined polyoxazoline-based alkoxyamines as efficient macroinitiators in nitroxide-mediated radical polymerization of styrene
  • Kateřina Krausová, Ctibor Mazal
    (Masaryk University, Brno)
    Surface-mounted azimuthal molecular rotors
  • Bhimrao V. Phulwale, Ctibor Mazal
    (Masaryk University, Brno)
    Shape-persistent macrocycles
  • Ali Mhanna, Faten Sadaka, Gilles Boni, Laurent Plasseraud, Claire-Hélène Brachais, Laurence Lecamp, Jean-Pierre Couvercelle
    (University of Bourgogne/CNRS, Dijon)
    Synthesis and formulation of new biobased photopolymerizable monomers
  • Paulin Minois, Jérôme Bayardon, Rita Meunier-Prest, Marie-Joëlle Ondel-Eymin, Sylvain Jugé
    (University of Bourgogne/CNRS, Dijon)
    First stereoselective synthesis of C60-aminoacids by P-C bond creation and their electrochemical behavior
  • Martin Novotný, Aleš Růžička, Zdeňka Padělková
    (University of Pardubice, Pardubice)
    Preparation and structural characterization of asymmetric amidinates as ligands in group 14 metal chemistry
  • Laurent Plasseraud, Bruno Therrien, Aleš Růžička, Hélène Cattey
    (University of Bourgogne/CNRS, Dijon)
    Organotin(IV) trifluoromethanesulfonates chemistry. Isolation and characterization of a new di-n-butyl derivative presenting a Sn3O3 core
  • Jan Slavíček, Pavel Lhoták
    (Institute of Chemical Technology, Prague)
    Novel calixarene-porphyrin conjugates for recognition of fullerenes
  • Jan Slavíček, Stanislav Šabata, Kamil Lang, Pavel Lhoták
    (Institute of Chemical Technology, Prague)
    Separation of fullerenes by porphyrin-based HPLC columns
  • Trong-Hung Vu, Michel Meyer, Pauline Desogere, Franck Denat
    (University of Bourgogne/CNRS, Dijon)
    Thermodynamic and kinetic consequences of cross-bridging a dicarboxylic cyclam unit with an ethylene chain on proton and copper(II) binding


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