BIOphysics & SOFT Matter Department of Ultrafast Optics and Nanophotonics

Institut de Physique et Chimie des Matériaux de Strasbourg

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DespaxStéphanestephane.despaxipcms.unistra.fr

Short CV

2014 : Ph.D. Chemistry-Physics, UNISTRA (Advisors: Michel Pfeffer and Pascal Hébraud)

2010 : Master “Chimie Moléculaire et Supramoléculaire”, UNISTRA (Strasbourg)

2009 : "Agrégation" Chemistry UNISTRA (Strasbourg)

Research Interests

Teaching

Organic and Inorganic Chemistry (Preparatory classes ECPM: Lectures, Tutorials and Practicals)

Analytical Chemistry (Engineering program ECPM: Practicals)

Publications

[4] Flexibility of short ds-DNA intercalated by a dipyridophenazine ligand
Jia, Fuchao; Despax, Stéphane; Münch, Jean-Pierre; Hébraud, Pascal
Frontiers in Chemistry 3, 25, 2015

[3] Complexation of DNA with ruthenium organometallic compounds: the high complexation ratio limit
Despax, Stéphane; Jia, Fuchao; Pfeffer, Michel; Hébraud, Pascal
Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys. 16, 10491-10502, 2014

[2] UV–vis absorption spectrum of a novel Ru(II) complex intercalated in DNA: [Ru(2,2′-bipy)(dppz)(2,2′-ArPy)]+
Chantzis, Agisilaos; Very, Thibaut; Despax, Stéphane; Issenhuth, Jean-Thomas; Boeglin, Alex; Hébraud, Pascal; Pfeffer, Michel; Monari, Antonio; Assfeld, Xavier
Journal of Molecular Modeling 20, 2082, 2014

[1] Spectral properties of polypyridyl ruthenium complexes intercalated in DNA: theoretical insights into the surrounding effects of [Ru(dppz)(bpy)2]2+
Very, Thibaut; Despax, Stéphane; Hébraud, Pascal; Monari, Antonio; Assfeld, Xavier
Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics 14, 12496, 2012


Ph.D. THESIS Complexation de l'ADN par des composés organoruthénés et étude de l'adhésion cellulaire sur des substrats mous. Advisor: P. Hébraud and M. Pfeffer. UNISTRA (Strasbourg, France), 2014