Calls for projects

The RFI « LUMOMAT » launched each year a call for internal grants on the scientific topics defined within the frame of the convention.

Two types of projects were eligible:

  • PhD financial support (2 projects of 36 months selected)
  • Post-doctoral financial support (1 project of 12 months selected)

Results of the first internal call LUMOMAT (2014):

The PhD financial supports have been attributed to the following projects:

  • HYPODS : Hybrid POMs for Optical Data Storage – Rémi Dessapt, IMN
  • SCOP : Single-component Photoactive Material for Organic Photovoltaics – Philippe Blanchard / Clément Cabanetos, MOLTECH-Anjou

The post-doctoral financial support has been attributed to the following project:

  • BipyLum : Luminescent Coordination Polymers based on N-Oxide-Bipyridine type ligand for Luminescent Sensors and Light-Emitting Devices applications – Nicolas Mercier, MOLTECH-Anjou

Results of the second internal call LUMOMAT (2015):

The PhD financial supports have been attributed to the following projects:

  • LUMOMOF: CEISAM et IMN / Fabrice Odobel et Stéphane Diring: Photosynthèse artificielle
  • ONASSIS: CEISAM et CRCNA /Eléna Ishow et Christophe Blanquart: Bioimagerie, nanotransporteurs photosensisbles

The post-doctoral financial support has been attributed to the following project:

  • FOLD: MOLTECH Anjou / Marc Sallé: Nanomatériaux électrostimulables

Results of the third internal call LUMOMAT (2016):

The PhD financial supports have been attributed to the following projects:

  • HPER: MOLTECH Anjou et IMN (Nicolas Mercier et Florent Boucher): Photovoltaique hybride (Perovskites)
  • CODAC: IMMM (Olivier Colombani): Matériaux auto-assembles pour la photonique

The post-doctoral financial support has been attributed to the following project:

  • ASCO MMM: MOLTECH Anjou/ Narcis Avarvari: Systèmes chiraux commutables; Matériaux photochromes

Results of the fourth internal call LUMOMAT (2017):

The PhD financial supports have been attributed to the following projects:

  • Clickchemhybrids: CEISAM (Fabrice Odobel): Click chemistry functionalization of mesoporous metal oxide surfaces. New hybrid multicomponent systems for highly active photoelectrochemical catalytic devices.
  • Lihgtpaper: CEISAM and MOLTECH Anjou (François-Xavier Felpin and Denis Gindre): Light‐mediated covalent printing of cellulose paper for new anti‐counterfeit devices.

The post-doctoral financial support has been attributed to the following project:

  • SupraElecNanoGel, IMMM (Sandie Piogé): Electroactive Metallo-Supramolecular Nanogels Network.

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Since 2015, there is a call for international grants (post doctoral financial support for 12 months) in order to develope the international strategy of the RFI LUMOMAT.

Results of the international call:

2015: CHISUMAT, MOLTECH Anjou and Institute of Materials of Barcelone -Espagne: Nanomatériaux moléculaires auto-organisés pour la photonique, l’électronique et la spintronique

2016: EE FATE, CEISAM and University of Pise: Nouveaux modèles d’environnement pour l’électronique organique

2017:

FCPol-Resp: CEISAM (Denis Jacquemin) et MolecoLab – Univ. Pisa (Benedetta Mennucci): Fully Consistent Polarization Response

HEROES: MOLTECH Anjou (Narcis Avarvari) et School of Chemistry (Prof. D. Amabilino group), University of Nottingham, UK: Helicene DPP and BTBT as CPL Emitters and Chiral OFETs

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