Center for Integrated Technology and Organic Synthesis

where organic chemistry meets technology

Welcome

Welcome to the Center for Integrated Technology and Organic Synthesis (CiTOS) !

Research interests at CiTOS revolve around synthetic organic chemistry but are multidisciplinary in essence. We aim to design and apply new integrated processes for the manufacturing of high value-added chemicals, both on micro- and mesoscale. Since its creation in 2013, CiTOS has facilitated the development of a large international network both with academic and Industrial partners. The lab is licensed for the manufacturing of Schedule I-V substances.

Please explore our website to learn more about the ongoing projects and the team.

Corning Advanced-Flow™ Reactor Qualified Lab

CiTOS is the first Corning Incorporated Advanced-Flow™ reactor (AFR) qualified lab in Europe. We offer AFR testing and process development services, including feasibility studies and scale-out assessment. We are currently equipped with AFR technology for continuous flow applications from lab to pilot scale, including reactors for photochemical applications.

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Molecular Systems Research Unit at Uliege

The Center for Integrated Technology and Organic Synthesis is part of the highly collaborative Molecular Systems (MolSys) Research Unit within the University of Liège. MolSys gathers PIs with areas of expertise ranging from theoretical to experimental chemistry, including structural/analytical sciences.

News

17 Jul
FNRS Research Fellow,Pauline Bianchi – 2020, July

Pauline Bianchi was granted a 4 years FNRS Research Fellowship for her proposal aiming at th...

5 Jul
Welcome, Yusu ! – 2020, July

Yuesu Chen joins the group as a Postdoctoral Researcher within the frame of a FNRS-FSR Incen...

20 May
Welcome, Martin ! – 2020, May

Martin Cattoen joins the group as a Postdoctoral researcher within the frame of a Marie Curi...

Wellcome Genome Conference Centre, Hinxton, Cambridge (UK) – 2020, March

Jean-Christophe was invited to the 2020 Flow Chemistry Europe in Cambridge where he gave an ...