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Nicolas QUEYRIAUX was born in 1988 in Paris, France. He is a graduate of the University Pierre et Marie Curie (Paris 6). He joined in 2012 the Life Science Division of CEA as a graduate student in the group of Dr Vincent Artero with a project related to the design of new photo- and electro-catalysts for hydrogen production and their subsequent grafting onto conducting surfaces. He is also interested in the characterization of intermediate species generated during the course of catalytic processes.

PhD Student

Nicolas Queyriaux

1. Recent Developments in Hydrogen Evolving Molecular Cobalt(II)-Polypyridyl Catalysts

N. Queyriaux, R.T. Jane, J. Massin, V. Artero and M. Chavarot-Kerlidou

Coord. Chem. Rev., 2015, doi:10.1016/j.ccr.2015.03.014

 

2. Dye-Sensitized PS-b-P2VP–templated Nickel Oxide Films for Photoelectrochemical Applications

J. Massin, M.Bräutigam, N. Kaeffer, N. Queyriaux, M.J. Field, F.H. Schacher, J. Popp, M. Chavarot-Kerlidou, B. Dietzek and V. Artero

Interface Focus2015, 5: 20140083

 

3. Carburants solaires : Photosynthèse artificielle et procédés photo-électrochimiques

N. Kaeffer, N. Queyriaux, M. Chavarot-Kerlidou, M. Fontecave, V. Artero*

L’Actualité Chimique2015, n° 397-398, p. 63-68

 

4. Photoreversible fragmentation of a liquid interface for micro-droplet generation by light actuation
A. Diguet, H. Li, N. Queyriaux, Y. Chen and D. Baigl

Lab Chip, 2011, 11, 2666-2669

 

Scientific Productions:

Communications:

1. Charge photo-accumulation under visible light at iridium(III)-photosensitized polyoxomolybdate
N. Queyriaux, C. Rinfray, M. Chavarot-Kerlidou, M. Wächter, M. Schulz, B. Dietzek, A. Proust, G. Izzet, V. Artero

October 2014, Perspect-H2O COST Meeting, Lund, Sweden

Oral communications:
Posters:

1. Electrocatalytic proton reduction by new polypyridyl cobalt complexes: Elucidating some mechanistic aspects

N. Queyriaux, R.T. Jane, J. Pécaut, M. Chavarot‐Kerlidou and V. Artero

April 26th – May 1st 2015, 1st International Solar Fuels Meeting and related Young Meeting, Uppsala, Sweden

 

2. Functionalizing ruthenium‐based photosensitizers for DSPECs applications

N. Queyriaux, V. Artero and M. Chavarot‐Kerlidou

April 26th – May 1st 2015, 1st International Solar Fuels Meeting, Uppsala, Sweden

 

3. Modular synthesis by click chemistry and full characterization of a new dinuclear ruthenium-copper complex

E. Andreiadis, N. Queyriaux, M. Fontecave, M. Chavarot‐Kerlidou, V. Artero, M. Veldkamp, E. Margulies and M. Wasielewski

January 2014, Gordon Research Seminar/Gordon Research Conference, Ventura, California, USA