Doctor Emilie Moulin

Chargée de Recherche au CNRS (Assistant Professor)

Emilie MoulinEmilie Moulin studied chemistry in Toulouse and Paris before being trained on the total synthesis of resorcylic acid lactones as a PhD student in the group of Prof. Nicolas Winssinger (University of Strasbourg). For her PhD work, she was awarded two PhD prizes : one from the University of Strasbourg and one from the French Chemical Society (SCF).

She then joined the group of Prof. Aloïs Furstner as a post-doctoral fellow at the Max Planck Institute für Kohlenforschung (Mulheim an der Ruhr, Germany) where she worked on the total synthesis of macrocyclic molecules called Iejimallides. For this stay, she was awarded the prestigious Alexander von Humboldt post-doctoral fellowship.

In 2008, she joined the group of Prof. Nicolas Giuseppone as a Chargée de Recherche CNRS (Assistant Professor). She has been mainly working on the development of triarylamine-based supramolecular systems and their applications in organic electronics. In december 2014, Emilie obtained her habilitation à diriger les recherches entitled "Synthesis of Complex Molecules and Supramolecular Systems : From Biology to Materials Science".

Emilie Moulin is currently involved in the synthesis of complex small molecules to build (multi)functional supramolecular systems and of supramolecular machines for integrated motions. Her interests range from dynamic combinatorial chemistry, self-assembled functional and responsive materials to systems chemistry. She is also interested by the characterization of these supramolecular systems using scattering techniques. In 2015, her work was awarded the price "Les espoirs de l'université de Strasbourg".