Ph.D. Students

Siddhartha DE

January 2016, Univ. Paris 6

NMR spectroscopy as a tool for studying Molecular Magnetic Materials

After his PhD, Sidd accepted a first post-doc RA position in Bordeaux-FR in Clérac's group, then a second one in Lyon-FR with Dr A. Fatevaa

PhD student

CSC Fellowship


Molecular Materials for Multivalent-ion batteries

sup. Damian Dambournet (PHENIX)

Rodrigue Lescouëzec (IPCM)

Master 2020, at Tongji University,

Shanghai, China


just started

electro-active molecular materials

PhD student

Guangzhou Fellowship

Multisensitive Molecular Switches

sup. Yanling Li (IPCM)

Rodrigue Lescouëzec (IPCM)

Master 2019, South China University of Technology,

Guangzhou, China

Buqin XU

working on pressure...


January 2021, Sorbonne Université

Redox and Magnetic molecular swicthes


February 2019, Sorbonne Université

Magnetic molecular switches: From their synthesis to their integration into hybrid (nano)materials

After her PhD, Amina joined the Moltech lab at Angers (FR) to work with S. Goeb and then the group of C. PIguet in Geneva


December 2017, Univ. Paris 6

Soluble cyanide-bridged cubes: Structure, (photo)magnetism and redox behaviour

After his PhD Juan has joined the group of C. Piguet in Geneva

Abhishake MONDAL

July 2013, Paris

Switchable Molecular Magnetic Materials

After his PhD, Abhi joined the group of A. Powell (KIT) and then the group of R. Clérac (Bordeaux). He is now Assistant Professor at the IISc Bangalore, India

Delphine GARNIER

July 2015, Karlsruhe Inst. Tech - Univ. Paris 6

Open-shell Coordination Compounds based on Cyanide and Scorpionate Ligands  (cotutelle KIT - Paris6)

After her PhD, Delphine joined the University of Stuttgart and accepted afterwards an Engineer position at the Univ. Strasbourg-FR

Dr Yanling Li , Research Ingeener, CNRS

Yanling, CNRS Research Engineer, got involved in the magnetic study of molecular systems as she joined the lab in 2004. She has become en expert in photomagnetic measurments and she is now developping a research axis on the effect of pressure on switchable Charge Transfer systems.

Learn more about Yanling here

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