Meet the team

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Jean-Christophe, born in Brussels, Belgium, studied chemistry at the Université catholique de Louvain, Belgium, where he received his Ph.D. in Organic Chemistry. In 2008, he started a postdoc at the Faculty of Bioscience Engineering of the Ghent University, Belgium, where he was later appointed as a postdoctoral associate of the Research Foundation-Flanders (FWO). In 2010, he was awarded a Belgian American Educational Foundation fellowship that triggered his relocation to the USA. He joined the Center for Heterocyclic Compounds at the University of Florida, Gainesville, USA. In 2012, he was appointed at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), Cambridge, MA, USA. In 2013, he came back to Belgium and settled at the University of Liège. Jean-Christophe created the Center for Integrated Technology and Organic Synthesis (CiTOS), where he is currently developing new methods for organic synthesis using micro- and mesofluidic reactors.

Postdoctoral Research Assistants

Cattoen Martin

Yuesu Chen

Diana Silva

Martin Cattoen

  • Phd in Chemistry, Queen Mary University of London, 2019
  • Master in chemistry, Sorbonne University, Paris, 2015
  • Research (FI4P): Continuous-flow processes, Cross-coupling, Organometallics chemistry

Yuesu Chen

  • Phd in Chemistry, University of Graz, Austria, 2020
  • Master in chemistry, Fudan University, China, 2015
  • Research : Microfluidics, Nitroso Chemistry, Upgrading of Biobased Materials, Photochemistry

Diana Silva

  • Phd in Chemistry, University of Puerto Rico, 2020
  • Master in chemistry, University of Puerto Rico, 2012
  • Research : TBA

Graduate Students

Gauthier Emonds-Alt

Gauthier Emonds-Alt

Noémie Emmanuel

Noémie Emmanuel

  • Master in chemistry, University of Liège, 2016
  • Research (ARC icFlow): Microfluidics, Continuous-flow processes, Singlet oxygen, Oxydation reaction

 

Thomas Toupy

Thomas Toupy

  • Master in chemistry, University of Liège, 2017
  • Research : Methodology, aminophosphonates and (phosphono)peptides

 

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Romain Morodo Martinez
Guillaume Petit

Victor-Emmanuel Kassin

  • Master in chemistry, University of Liège, 2017
  • Research: Continuous-flow manufacturing, Active pharmaceutical ingredients, Methodology

Romain Morodo Martinez

  • Master in chemistry, University of Liège, 2018
  • Research (Interreg IN FLOW): Continuous-flow processes, Organophosphorus chemistry, Oxidation reaction, Methodology

Guillaume Petit

  • Master in chemical engineering, Meurice Institute, 2018
  • Bachelor in chemistry, Paul Lambin Institute, 2015
  • Research : Microfluidics, Quantum dots, Methodology, bioconjugaison

Pauline Bianchi
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Pauline Bianchi

  • Master in chemistry, University of Liège, 2020
  • Research (F.R.S.-FNRS Phd Fellow): Computational chemistry, methodology, microfluidics, nitroso chemistry

Claire Muzyka

  • Master in chemistry and bio-industry, University of Liège, 2020
  • Research: Microfluidics, Methodology, Upgrading of biobased polyols, NMR spectroscopy

 Undergraduate students

Loïc Bovy

Loïc Bovy

  • Bachelor in chemistry, University of Liège, 2020
  • Research: Continuous flow process, Organocatalysis, Methodology, Edition of library
Bastin Nicolas
Isaline Jacquemin

Bastien Nicolas

  • Bachelor in chemistry, University of Liège, 2019
  • Research: Continuous flow process, Biobased chemicals, Highly reactive species, Cylopropanations

Isaline Jacquemin

  • Bachelor in chemistry, University of Liège, 2019
  • Research: Continuous flow process, Photo oxidation, Transient species, Diversity oriented methodology, oxazines

 Affiliate Researchers

 Visiting Researchers

Michaël Schmitz

Michaël Schmitz

  • Bachelor in chemistry, Institut Paul Lambin, 2017
  • Research: Methodology, Preparation of active pharmaceutical ingredients, Flow chemistry

Junde Chen

Junde Chen

  • Master in chemical engineering, Fuzhou University, 2019
  • Bachelor in chemical engineering, Fuzhou University, 2017
  • Research : Continuous-flow processes, upgrading of biobased chemicals
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 Former Members

Romaric Gérardy

Romaric Gérardy

  • PhD Student, University of Liège, 2016-2020
  • Current affiliation : Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)