Nicolas Queyriaux

PhD Student

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.

Scientific Productions:

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

 

Communications:
Oral 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

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

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