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Multidisciplinary study of the transfer and degradation of chlorinated aliphatic hydrocarbons (CAH) and other contaminants in the groundwaters of the chalk aquifer located in the south of Lille

Within the framework of the COHMET project (2017-2020), the BRGM, the LASIR laboratory (UMR 8516) and the European Metropolis of Lille (MEL) are interested in the evolution of the chemical status of groundwater bodies in the south of Lille. Due […]

Improved methods for spatial-temporal fluorescence imaging of cell activity

The PhD projects aim to develop a new methodology to extract superresolution spatial-temporal information on cell activity in response to some external stress. This will provide new insights into how biological systems are structured at the nanoscale, and how this […]

Synthesis and photochemical characterization of a novel molecular photoswitch based on Excited State Cation Transfer

Organic molecular switches can toggle between two (or more) stable states encoding different physical features. They allow complex systems to respond to changes in their environment defined by light, pH, temperature or redox potential etc. Taking benefit of their non-intrusive […]

Chemometric exploration in hyperspectral imaging facing multimodality and big data.

Analytical chemistry is changing rapidly. Indeed we acquire always more data in order to go ever further in the exploration of our complex samples. This stronger growth is mainly explained by the development of new instrumental concepts and new experimental […]

Seminar of R. Arthur James

Water can be obtained from a number of sources including streams, lakes, ponds, rain, springs, groundwaters, and rivers. Rivers are playing a major role in the provision of important freshwater resources worldwide. Normally, the water required for domestic consumption should […]

Seminar of Ilaria Ciofini

With the aim of providing a simple but realistic description of excited state properties and evolution of molecular systems in gas and condensed phases, we report here examples of application of recently developed density based indexes for the description of […]

03 february 2018
Olympiades de physique

Two students from the Lycée Colbert of Tourcoing who did a discovery internship in the laboratory won the second prize in the final of the Physics Olympiad. They were supported by the laboratory to present a work on acoustic levitation […]

29 january 2018

Myriam MOREAU and Ludovic Duponchel joined the Raman4clinics group carried by the European COST programme. This project incorporates European experts and leading research groups to integrate Raman spectroscopy into clinical diagnosis.

from the 5 to the 6 of October 2017
As every year the laboratory made a commitment to participate in the “fête de la science”

Once again this year, the Science Festival 2017 took place at the Science Village at Saint-Sauveur Station in Lille. This event attracted a large number of people. We welcomed 800 schoolchildren on 5 and 6 October, while the weekend was […]

tuesday 03 october 2017
Knowledge day at the service of the Action on the quality of aquatic environments.

  This event organized by the Water Agency (with the LASIR as scientific partnership ) was held at the Illiad and gathered 180 participants

september 2017
Article in “Nature Chemistry”

Scientists at LASIR (Lille 1), Institut de Biologie Structurale, Rennes 1 and Paris-Sud, as well as the Max-Planck Institute in Heidelberg, Germany, have observed the real-time switching of a fluorescent protein using a brand new generation of X-ray source, the […]

Wednesday 1st November 2017
Aquatech Amsterdam 2017

The DOC2C’s project in which are invested the researchers of the LASIR offers businesses to showcase their innovations in the treatment of drinking water in AQUATECH Amsterdam 2017. After the pitches, selected SME’s will get the opportunity to test their […]

Wednesday 6 September 2017
Climibio launch day

On September 6, Climibio launch day will take place. . Three prestigious guest speakers will be in the morning : Sébastien Candel – University Professor Emeritus at CentraleSupélec, University Paris-Saclay. President of the Academy of Sciences. Valérie Masson-Delmotte – Paleoclimatologist […]

Chemometric exploration in hyperspectral imaging facing multimodality and big data

Analytical chemistry is changing rapidly. Indeed we acquire always more data in order to go ever further in the exploration of our complex samples. This stronger growth is mainly explained by the development of new instrumental concepts and new experimental […]

Seminaire du Pr. Tsuyoshi Kawai

Photosensitivity is one of central topics of photochemistry, which produces highly efficient and sensitive photo-resist polymers, radio-sensing materials and photo-curable medical resins. In this seminar, I will deliver our recent results on highly efficient photochemical systems based on triangle terarylene […]

Seminar of Pr Tsuyoshi Kawai

Photosensitivity is one of central topics of photochemistry, which produces highly efficient and sensitive photo-resist polymers, radio-sensing materials and photo-curable medical resins. In this seminar, I will deliver our recent results on highly efficient photochemical systems based on triangle terarylene […]

Vitreous network characterization by 1D/2D NMR

The thesis work will be conducted within the PMSM / “Vitreous materials and inorganic complex” team. This academic work aims at characterizing glasses formulated with glass network former oxides only (GFO= SiO2, B2O3, P2O5 and Al2O3). These glasses will be […]

Wednesday 14th June 2017
Invitation to the “Club Aquafutur Innovation”

Within the framework of the Regional Center of Excellence on eco-activities cd2e, 4 LASIR research will animate the “aquafutur club” on the impact of urban STEP on the natural environment: rivers, lakes, water tables. This exchange will be held on […]

May 2017
Raffaele Vitale, post-doc at LASIR wins the “Siemens process Analytics Prize”

Raffaele Vitale post-doc at LASIR received the 5th “Siemens process Analytics Prize” rewarding the work of a scientist under thirty years old in the field of process analysis. The award was presented at the EuroPACT2017 Conference in Berlin. Calibration transfer […]

Sunday 21st May 2016
“Fête de la Nature”

On the 21st of May 2017 at the “Heron farm” (Villeneuve d’Ascq), the feast of the nature allowed Gabriel Billon to present a quiz whose theme was about the water quality of the Marque and Lac du Héron in the […]

Friday 19 May 2017
8th Symposium on Solvation

On May 19th, will be held in the Y Lilliad room of the University Lille 1 the 8th Symposium on Solvation organized, among others, by Professor Idrissi, member of the LASIR

Improved methods for spatial-temporal fluorescence imaging of cell activity

The PhD projects aim to develop a new methodology -from cell preparation to data analysis- to extract superresolution spatial-temporal information on cell activity in response to some external stress. Ultimately this work aims to provide new insights into how biological […]

Towards the Use of New inorganic Indicators of anthropic activities in the Context of climate change and sober resources management (UNIC)

The Team Physical chemistry of the environment belonging to the LASIR Laboratory is looking for an applicant for a PhD thesis that is already funded and that will start at the beginning of October 2017. The UNIC PhD project is […]

Seminar of Dr Marija Margus

The dramatic changes in physical and chemical characteristics that particles at nano scale undergoes when arriving in the natural environment and their potential risks for the (eco)community is the major reason for such huge scientific interest in the study of […]

PhD defense of Florin Unga

Tropospheric aerosols play an important role in atmospheric chemistry, Earth’s radiative budget and climate. After their generation, aerosol can suffer ageing processes and altering their physicochemical properties. An accurate accounting for these processes requires observations of the aerosol properties on […]

Sunday 5 February 2017
The closing day of the OPUR project

The closing day of the OPUR project (2013-2016), in which the LASIR was involved was held on Sunday 5 February at the Ferme du Héron in Villeneuve d’Ascq. After three years of citizen research funded by the Hauts-de-France region. Lille […]

PhD defense of Ismaïl Hamdi

This work concerns the photoreactivity of photochromic dithienylethenes A (in solution and thin film) able to form a film exhibiting an opto-mechanical effect under UV or Visible irradiation. The production of this film is based on the reversible supramolecular assembly […]

PhD defense of Ines Tlili

Due to their widespread use in human and animal health care, antibiotics and other drug residues are ubiquitous in the environment in general and the aquatic environment in particular. Given their potential impacts on the functioning of the ecosystem and […]

HDR defense of Sopheak Net-David

Large varieties of organic micro-pollutants are currently used in domestic and industrial products. The massive use of these products leads to the release of micro-pollutants into the environment and in different stages of the water cycle. Consequently, they present a […]

PhD defense of Romain Bernex

The first part of the thesis was the study of bright BODIPY nanoparticles (NPFs) (more than 5000 encapsulated molecules). Non-fluorescent aggregates and excimers (lifetime of 1.8 ns) were characterized by time resolved fluorescence experiments. In addition time-resolved fluorescence anisotropy and […]

Field analysis of trace metals in sediments and lixiviates by electrochemical methods

The European Interreg program VALSE (2016-2020) has for objective the sustainable management and valorization of contaminated dredged sediments and excavated soils. One of the work packages is focused on the construction and monitoring of full scale public works such as […]

PhD defense of Tudor Popescu

The development of intensive agriculture and the increase use of chemicals (Persistent Organic Pollutant, drug residues, hormones and bisphenols) have led to a pollution of the aquatic ecosystems. Organic and metallic pollutants are likely to develop significant toxicity to human […]

PhD defense of Nour Fawal

This study was carried in some seawater desalination plants of HUTA Company. The most used seawater desalination process for freshwater production is Reverse Osmosis (SWRO). A typical station, installed in an industrial zone, was selected to conduct this optimization study […]

from the 6 to the 7 of October 2016
As every year the laboratory made a commitment to participate in the “fête de la science”

This year still this demonstration took place at the “gare saint sauveur” in the center of Lille and drained a large number of people, we welcomed 1000 school-aged children on November 6th and 7th whereas the weekend was opened to […]

PhD defense of Silvère André

In the 2000s, the major sanitary safety authorities proposed the Process Analytical Technology initiative (PAT) encouraging pharmaceutical and agri-food industries to enhance their own processes and the control of manufacturing products by using new and innovative techniques. This thesis is […]

Study of reactivity and photoreactivity of particles with atmospheric interest by means of levitation techniques (optic and acoustic) coupled to the Raman microspectroscopy

In the framework of the project CLIMIBIO aiming at studying climate change and its impact on biodiversity and human health, the research group “Physicochimie de l’Environnement” at LASIR (UMR CNRS 8516) recruits a postdoctoral researcher to investigate the reactivity and […]

PhD defense of Anastasia Ivanovsky

The Marque River is a little watercourse located in a peri-urban watershed in Northern France, going through agricultural and urban areas. Nearby Villeneuve d’Ascq, this river receives waters from two main water treatment plants: (i) the waste water treatment plant […]

HDR defense of Michel Sliwa

We are entering a new era which requires the development of new technologies based on photo-active molecules. New photo-active materials such as metal complexes, nanoparticles and supramolecular systems have attracted increasing attention as new potential materials for optical and electronic […]

PhD defense of Mattéo Bryckaert

Nanozeolites assembled in thin films or layers and functionalized by metallic nanoparticles are attractive in the course of the development of photoactivable material for the light-to-chemical energy conversion through chemical plasmonic processes. To support the development of these new materials, […]


Chemometrics and Statistics in Image Analysis Nov. 3, 2016 – Paris

HDR defense of Stéphane Aloïse

The chemistry of photofunctionnal molecules is an eminent hot topic as demonstrated by the 2016 Chemistry Nobel Prize dedicated to the ‘Molecular Machine’. However, for any photoinduced process, there are always accompanying undesireable competitive processes. Consequently, in order to establish […]

CPER Climibio

Multidisciplinary environmental project

September 2016
A team of the lasir co-author of an article in the Angewandte Chemie

An unpublished process and of the most interesting for the synthesis chemistry was highlighted thanks to the collaborative work of our team in EPR (réseau Renard) and researchers of the Parisian Institute of Molecular in the UPMC. Of biomimetic inspiration, […]

Sampling and analysis of polluted pollen grains collected in the urban environment

In the framework of the project CLIMIBIO aiming at studying climate change and its impact on biodiversity and human health, the research group “Physicochimie de l’Environnement” at LASIR (UMR CNRS 8516) in collaboration with PC2A (UMR CNRS 8522) recruits a […]

Seminar Dr Christian Pfrang

I will present studies of chemical and physical transformation of atmospherically relevant surfactant molecules such as oleic acid. We investigate single-component and mixed organic monolayers with neutron reflectometry, ellipsometry and infrared reflection-absorption spectroscopy as well as levitated droplets with optical […]

September 2016
Samantha Seng, PhD student in the LASIR wins the prize of the best poster

Samantha Seng, wins the prize of the best poster during the congress “The Europaen Aerosol Conference” on the subject: Photo-transformation of single NaNO3 particle and influence on their hygroscopic properties. This congress, took place in Tours from 4 till 9 […]

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September 2016
New work co written by researchers of the laboratory

The LASIR is proud to announce the publication of the book ”Resolving Spectral Mixtures. With Applications from Ultrafast Time-Resolved Spectroscopy to Super-Resolution Imaging” This work which proposes modern chemometrics methods and adanced application for the resolution of spectral mixtures, collects […]

Multi-Physics and Multi-Scale study on photo-deformable thin film

Photochromism is the reversible phototransformation of a chemical species between two forms having different absorption spectra. Industrial applications are numerous from optical memories to opto-mechanics devices including light driven actuators. For this last topics, in order to find new alternative […]

from the 7 to the 8 of June 2016
SON2016 – Workshop of the Neutronic and Optical Spectroscopy subdivision

The Neutronic and optical spectroscopy subdivision of the DCP organises its first workshop SON2016 On the 7 and 8 of June 2016, it will take place at the CERLA at the University of Lille – Science and technology, Villeneuve d’Ascq […]


New ultrafast spectroscopy facility


Workshop de la subdivision Spectroscopie Optique et Neutronique June 7-8, 2016 – CERLA

Characterization of Natural Organic Matter and processes during drinking water treatments

The Interreg Project DOC2C’s is part-financed by Interreg 2 SEAS program (through European Regional Development Fund). The overall objective of the program is to develop an innovative, knowledge and research based, sustainable and inclusive 2 Seas area (covering England, France, […]

Risk assessment of disinfection by-product formation in the 2 seas area

The Interreg Project DOC2C’s is part-financed by Interreg 2 SEAS program (through European Regional Development Fund). The overall objective of the program is to develop an innovative, knowledge and research based, sustainable and inclusive 2 Seas area (covering England, France, […]

Friday 1st April 2016
Towards the emergence of an international laboratory between France and Japan in photochemistry

Within the framework of the GDRI PHENICS (international group of research “Photo-switchableE orgaNIC molecular systems & deviceS”), French and Japanese teams collaborate for more than 10 years on the development of innovative photo-functional (nano)materials with photochromium molecules. To strengthen these […]

March 2016
The LASIR prize-winner of the call for projects “Défi Imag’In 2016”
of the CNRS interdisciplinarity mission

The Qnanoscopy project, carried by the laboratory, is centered on the development of quantitative methods of treatment and analysis of images for the non-conventional modalities of imaging, in particular the imaging of fluorescence of unique molecules and the 3D tomography. […]

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Tuesday 22nd March 2016
Large Quizz of Water

A competition,which thematic is “Mobilize and propose your ideas to protect the water within the framework of the climate change”, is organized by the “Agence de l’eau” and the Department of Education This competition intended for the schoolchildren will be […]

March 2016
Topological data analysis on the front page of Analytica Chimica Acta

Topological data analysis: A promising big data exploration tool in biology, analytical chemistry and physical chemistry M. Offroy, L. Duponchel Anal. Chim. Acta 910 (2016) 1 – 11 An important feature of experimental science is that data of various kinds […]

Friday 11th March 2016
7th Workshop on Solvation

On March 11th, will be held in the meeting room of the chemistry department of the University Lille 1 the 7th Symposium on Solvation organized, among others, by Professor Idrissi, member of the LASIR

Study of spectroscopic properties of PAHs and aerosols organic compounds using quantum chemistry

This thesis will take place in the team “Physicochimie de l’environnement”, one of three teams of LASIR. The overall objective is to shed light on the properties of various compounds found in the environment, especially in the air, through modeling. […]

Open class Pr. Eric Vauthey

In February 2016, Professor Eric Vauthey will be the guest of LASIR (Laboratory of Infra-red and Raman Spectroscopy) at the University of Lille – Sciences and Technologies, thanks to the fund of the Lille Nord de France Doctoral College (DAI […]

Wednesday 3rd February 2016
Visiting professor Eric Vauthey open class: “Ultrafast molecular spectroscopy in the condensed phase”

The Lasir has the pleasure to invite you to a day open class given by Professor Eric Vauthey “Ultrafast molecular spectroscopy in the condensed phase” the session will be held on Wednesday the 3rd of February 2016 from 9:30 to […]

Experimental study on the Capture/Desorption of gaseous iodine (I2, CH3I) on environmental aerosols

In order to assess the radiological consequences of the release of radioactive material in the case of a severe accident of a pressurized water reactor (PWR), the French Institute of Radioprotection and Nuclear Safety (IRSN) has developed specific simulation softwares […]

January 2016
6th conference in spectral imaging (IASIM)

On behalf of the International Association for Spectral Imaging (IASIM), we have the pleasure to invite you to IASIM-2016, organized this year by the LASIR, the 6th international conference in spectral Imaging, which will be held in Chamonix-Mont-Blanc (France), July […]


6th conference in spectral Imaging. July 3-6, 2016 Chamonix-Mont-Blanc

PhD defense of Perrine Col

An interesting property of zeolites is to generate long-lived charge separated states after spontaneous or photoinduced ionization of adsorbed molecules and the objective of this PhD work is to take advantage of these phenomena. At first, we study the adsorption […]

PhD defense of Suzanah Rabodonirina

La révolution industrielle, l’évolution technologique, la croissance démographique et l’urbanisation ont affecté non seulement l’économie ou la politique dans le monde mais également la santé environnementale. Divers types de polluants sont générés et introduits, de manière permanente, dans l’environnement via […]

PhD defense of Dima Merhaby

Lebanon coastal zone (LCZ) which extends over 220 km along the Eastern Mediterranean Sea is a typical case of most coastal areas of the developing countries in the Mediterranean region, where the combination of a wide range of anthropogenic activities […]

Friday 11th December 2015
Rendez-vous le vendredi 11 décembre sur France 5 à 20h40

On the occasion of special Star Wars of the broadcast “On n’est pas que des cobayes !“, Sophie Sobanska was contacted for a subject on the levitation. Viviane Blotiau, Myriam Moreau et Jean-Pierre Verwaerde put a lot into the preparation […]

PhD defense of Vincent Dappe

Industrial activities such as production and recycling of ferrous and non-ferrous metals can emit in the atmosphere large quantities of metal(loid)s-rich particles (As, Cd, Fe, Pb, Sb, Zn …) which may have an impact on the environment and human health. […]

PhD defense of Maya Abou-Fadel

Electron Paramagnetic Resonance (EPR) Spectroscopy has undoubtedly become the first-choice technique for the characterization of complex materials containing some unpaired electrons (transition metal ions, rare earth ions, defects, organic radicals …). Similarly to nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy, EPR generates multidimensional […]

PhD defense of Josselin Gorny

The French national radioactive waste management agency (Andra) and the Nord-Pas de Calais (NPDC) Region aim to better understand the fate of the redox sensitive trace elements in soils and river sediments to ameliorate the management of polluted sediments and […]

Seminar Pr. Emmanuel Maisonhaute

The talk will include two different part representing some of our activities in the domain of nanoobjects. First, electronic communication inside molecular systems is very complex since nuclear motions affect electronic levels and thus the final efficiency of the device. […]

Seminar Pr. Jose-Paulo Pinheiro

A reliable on-site probe for dynamic metal speciation in natural waters is but a dream at this moment in time. The difficulties connected with development of these probes arise not only from the very low concentrations of the trace metals […]

October 2015
Solar irradiation, the unsuspected dynamic of the extraterrestrial organic matter evolution

The origin of the water and of the organic matter on Earth, essential ingredients in the emergence of the life, constitute a major question for the scientific community. To redraw this origin, it is necessary to plunge into the “archives” […]

Monday 5th October 2015
One day symposium on superresolution widefield fluorescence microscopy in biology

A one day symposium on super-resolution widefield fluorescence microscopy in biology is organized by the LASIR within the ANR project Ultrafast Nanoscopy Monday 5th October 2015 from 10:30 to 17:00 University of Lille 1, UFR of Chemistry, 1st floor building […]

Seminar Dr. Pascal Didier

Understanding how HIV virus can infect non-dividing cells has proven to be a very complex and controversial problem. After the reverse transcription process, during which the reverse transcriptase synthesizes viral DNA from viral RNA, the genetic material is able to […]

from the 4 to the 9 of July 2015

The 2015 congress of the chemical french society will take place in Lille from the 4 to the 9 of July 2015 The Choosen subject is “chemistry and energetic transition“ For more information

June 2015
Coherent storage of microwave excitations in rare-earth nuclear spins

Interfacing between various elements of a computer—from memory to processors to long range communication—will be as critical for quantum computers as it is for classical computers today. Paramagnetic rare-earth doped crystals, such as Nd3+ : Y2SiO5(YSO), are excellent candidates for […]

Seminar Dr. Shoji Ishizaka

Micrometer-sized water droplets are very important as a model reaction system of cloud droplets (5 ~ 20 mm in diameter). There are many unsolved issues related to the nucleation and growth of cloud droplets in the atmosphere. Physical and chemical […]

PhD defense of Fatima Lafrad

Cellulose is the most abundant renewable biopolymer on earth. Today, it has a great interest in various research fields such as papers, textiles or materials science. However, the rigidity of the cellulose chain and the strong inter and intramolecular hydrogen […]

February 2015
Focus on the batterie ‘s life

As part of the Network electrochemical energy storage (RS2E), Jean-Marie Tarascon (Collège de France, UPMC / CNRS) and Hervé Vezin (LASIR, Lille University / CNRS) working for several years on adapting the EPR spectroscopy (electron paramagnetic resonance) to the field […]

Seminar Dr. Gaëlle Charron

Surface Enhanced Raman Scattering (SERS) has emerged in the recent literature as a potential breakthrough technology for environmental analysis. For instance, SERS has already been used in the characterisation of humic acids and detection of pesticides in freshwaters, as these […]

Seminar Dr. Sonja Lojen

At present knowledge, stable isotope (C, N, O, H, S) and elemental fingerprinting looks like one of the most powerful techniques to verify the declared country of origin and production practice of food products. At first approximation natural abundance isotope […]

Seminar Dr. Stefano Protti

An appealing alternative for the generation under mild conditions of chemical intermediates is represented by the photochemical approach. This is the case of aryl cations, short-lived electrophiles (t < 100 ns) thermally accessible only under harsh conditions, but that can […]

Saturday 29th November 2014
Interview of researchers of the LabEx CaPPA

Two researchers from LabEx CaPPA (Marie Choël from LASIR and Nicolas Visez from PC2A) were interviewed by a local channel, WEO TV, following the event of the “Fête de la Science” last November. In his show called “Santé Bonheur”, the […]

ANR project

TAR-G-ED: Plasmonic chemistry in micropores

Seminar Vidhya Chittoor Viswanathan

The pre-alpine Thur catchment in Switzerland with an average yearly discharge of 47 m3/s is the study area. A 2km restored stretch in the downstream part of the river with natural meanders and gravel deposits is the focus of this […]

Seminar Iván Sánchez-Castro

The uranium mining industry is currently a very important support to the world economy but its deleterious side effects on the environment are a pressing issue nowadays. Scientific literature displays a high number of publications describing a significant influence of […]

Tuning of the physicochemical properties of hierarchically structured zeolites for the spontaneous generation of stable organic radical species

It is well established that the adsorption of an aromatic molecule with a relatively low ionization potential in zeolite microporous volume can lead to its ionization and to the creation of a separated charge state. Then, acidic zeolites, which favor […]

HDR defense of Maylis Orio

The work that will be presented during this defense is dedicated to the application of quantum chemical tools based on Density Functional Theory (DFT) combined with the use of Electron Paramagnetic Resonance (EPR) spectroscopy for the structural and dynamic characterization […]

PhD defense of Bogdan Marekha

Mixtures of imidazolium ionic liquids (ILs) with perfluorinated anions and polar aprotic solvents are promising candidates for electrolytic components used in different electrochemical devices. Current state of technologies requires detailed information on the influence of the nature of the constituents […]

Seminar Prof. Aleksandra Birczynska

The value of Raman spectroscopy for the characterization of polymers and polymer based materials is well recognized. A key for many applications of such systems is mainly surface properties, the degree of surface development and the possibility of surface modification. […]

PhD defense of Firealem Erko

The aim of this thesis is to apply NMR spectroscopy to study the structural and photochromic properties of some diarylethene and naphthopyran based photochromic compounds. The versatility of NMR offers a wide range of valuable and unique tools that are […]

Seminar Dr. Lorena Picone

Matrix isolation Spectroscopy is a useful technique introduced for the first time in 1954 by Pimentel and co-workers. In its simplest version gas phase compounds are trapped and frozen in a matrix consisting in a large excess of inert gas […]

2015 Award in Chemometrics

Jean-Pierre Huvenne GFC 19-21 January 2015, Geneva (Switzerland)

Seminar Dr. David Beljonne

This talk aims at introducing the ongoing modeling activities at the CMN lab in Mons. We will overview the main theoretical research activities going on in our group and highlight how these can be assessed through the combination of modeling […]

Photo-transformation of particles of atmospheric interest and influence on their hygroscopic properties. A levitation technique coupled to the Raman microscope study

In the frame of global warming, confirmed by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), the role of aerosol particles on the climate change is still poorly understood (IPCC, 2007). Hygroscopic properties of the particles play a major role on […]

Electron paramagnetic resonance biosignatures in primitive carbonaceous siliceous rocks: from primitive life on Earth to search of traces of fossil life on Mars

The oldest traces of primitive terrestrial life are fossilized form of carbonaceous microstructures trapped in microcrystalline siliceous rocks (flint , chert in English) . The techniques typically used for their detection (light and electron microscopy , Raman spectroscopy , … […]

Influence of metallic complexation on the photo-degradation of molecules of environmental interest

The fate of organic pollutants (pesticides, medicines, etc.) released in the environment is still an issue of concern. It depends on the mobility of the molecules into the different compartments and on the various degradation routes (chemical, microbiological, etc.). It […]

In situ irradiation NMR and theoretical calculations to screen the photoswitchable properties of new Hexaarylbiimidazole derivatives

Photochromism can be defined as the photoreversible switch between two states. Photochromic compounds have then received great attention due to their fascinating properties, such as thermal stability, fatigue resistance ability, high sensitivity and short response times. Active research has then […]

Regularization for linear inverse problems in ultrafast spectroscopy and high-resolution imaging

Current studies in the laboratory mainly rely on advanced optical spectroscopic techniques involving ultrafast time-resolution or high-resolution imaging. In ultrafast spectroscopy, chemometric analysis of spectral data enables to elucidate reaction pathways to characterize the spectro-dynamic features of intermediate species involved […]

In vivo investigation, by micro-Raman and micro-FTIR spectroscopy, of photoprotection mechanisms of diatoms

This study aims to understand how the photosynthetic organisms can implement specific photoprotection mechanisms when they are exposed to strong light. These mechanisms are still largely unknown, and involves chemical modification (catalyzed by specific enzymes) of the carotenoids in the […]

Study of the interaction between gaseous iodine and aerosols in the atmosphere in case of a severe nuclear power plant accident

During a severe nuclear power plant accident (such as Fukushima), radionuclides of iodine constitute one of the main concerns of the post -accident management because of their high radiotoxicity induced by their affinity for the thyroid. Aerosols and gaseous iodine […]

Photo-evolution of organic compounds adsorbed on the surfaces of mineral particles of atmospheric interest

Organic compounds adsorbed or deposited on the surface of mineral particles may react in the presence of sunlight to form other products that can also impact atmospheric chemistry as shown in recent studies (Ndour et al 2009a, Ndour et al […]

Investigation of surface changes of atmospheric aerosols using environmental atomic force microscopy

There is serious concern about the potential impact of nanoparticles on human health and the environment. Atomic force microscopy (AFM) is a powerful tool for investigating particle morphology and surface properties at the nanometer and micrometer scale. However, when using […]

Chemometrics methodology for air biomonitoring with Raman spectroscopy

In many situations, one would like to be able to rapidly detect the presence of some microorganisms of interest in a given air sample. For instance for armed forces in operation or biomonitoring of cities, it may be crucial to […]

PhD defense of Farah Kawtharani

BEA type zeolite nanocrystals stabilized in colloidal suspensions were functionalized with silver nanoparticles. Silver cations were introduced in the BEA type zeolite by ion-exchange treatment. Then the silver nanoparticles in the zeolite were formed via chemical reduction using triethylamine as […]

Seminar Dr. Robert Pansu

En dépit de l’amélioration constante des méthodes de synthèse, [1] les déclins de fluorescence des nano cristaux de CdSe sont complexes et mal compris. Nous montrons que l’on peut décrire les déclins de fluorescence des solutions de QD en postulant […]

Seminar Dr. Frédéric Barrez

La France compte 33820 ouvrages de prélèvement pour la production d’eau potable qui fournissent près de 19 millions de m3/jour. Globalement, l’eau distribuée est de bonne qualité notamment vis-à-vis des nitrates et des pesticides cependant les traitements peuvent être coûteux […]

Seminar Prof. Yasushi Yokoyama

Photochromism is a fascinating phenomenon in which a compound changes its structure reversibly by light irradiation. Diarylethenes are one of the most prominent as well as promising photochromic compounds to be applied to the practical applications, particularly in the field […]

6ème Ecole Thématique

“RPE des radicaux” 2-5 june 2014, Lille

EMLG – JMLG annual meeting 2013

Global Perspectives on the Structure and Dynamics of Liquids and Mixtures: Experiment and Simulation 9 – 13 september 2013, Université Lille 1


Conférence annuelle du Groupe Français de Chimiométrie 5 – 6 décembre 2012, Université Lille 1

February 2014
A new Raman spectrometer has been insalled in the LASIR laboratory

This microspectrometer has been financed thanks to the Labex CaPPA. This sytem is an “HR evolution” from the Horiba scientific company. Working with a red laser, it makes it possible to measure samples both under the microscope as well as […]

Monday 17th February 2014
First scientific day CaPPA

The first scientific day of the CaPPA Labex was held the 17 th of February (from 13h15 till 18h30) on the IUT A of Lille 1 scientific Campus. The objective of this day was to facilitate the scientific exchange around […]

Thursday 13th February 2014
6th Theme Day « Returns experiences »

The computer network MIn2RIEN has invited you to its 6th theme day on February 13th last at the IBL from 9:00 to 17:00. This day is dedicated to the return of experiences in our region. It was made possible thanks […]

PhD defense of Aany Sofia Lilly Thankamony

My PhD work focused on two topics: (i) the extension of Dynamic Nuclear Polarisation (DNP) to inorganic and hybrid materials and (ii) the development of advanced NMR methods to probe the atomic-level structure of solids. In the field of DNP […]

PhD defense of Bruno Debus

This work deals with the study of photochromic organic nanoparticles of bridged-Hexaarylbiimidazoles (HABIs) molecules. Two synthesis paths were proposed. On the one hand, laser photofragmentation (I) for which photochromic reaction and matter fragmentation occur simultaneously. On the other hand, the […]

Seminar Prof. Hiroshi Miyasaka

Poly(N-vinylcarbazole) (PVCz) is one of the most well-known organic photoconductive materials. Although much more efficient materials have been developed in recent years, PVCz and its derivatives are still regarded as representative references and widely utilized as building units in advanced […]

Monday 5th November 2013
Scientific Symposium & CNRS Bronze Medal Ceremony

Presentation of the CNRS Bronze Medal 2013 to Michel Sliwa Chargé de Recherche CNRS at Laboratoire de Spectrochimie Infrarouge et Raman, UMR CNRS, Lille 1 et Lille 2 Monday 5th November at 12:30pm at the CNRS Regional Delegation of Nord-Pas […]

October 2013
Ludovic Duponchel, Full Professor at the LASIR Lab in the University of Lille, was elected Chairman of the French Chemometrics Society

This scholarly society, under the auspices of the French Statistical Society, bring together Academics and Manufacturers so that they can discuss about the new challenges of the chemical data analysis.

Seminar Dr. Benoit Coasne

Alors que les matériaux microporeux (taille de pore inférieure à 2 nm) tels que les zéolithes ou les MOF (Metal Organic Framework) possèdent des propriétés d’adsorption et de catalyse très avantageuses, leur utilisation est souvent limitée par des problèmes de […]

Seminar Prof. Rosana Mariel Romano

The interaction of a molecule with electromagnetic radiation can produce a series of different processes, starting for the absorption of a photon. If the incident photon has enough energy to promote one electron to an unoccupied molecular orbital, in a […]

October 2013
Fireflies on the front page of Chemical Science

Deciphering the protonation and tautomeric equilibria of firefly oxyluciferin by molecular engineering and multivariate curve resolution M. Rebarz, B.M. Kukovec, O. Maltsev, C. Ruckebusch, L. Hintermann, P. Naumov, M. Sliwa Chem. Sci. 4 (2013) 3803 – 3809 The mysterious flashes […]

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September 2013
Hervé Vezin, researcher at the LASIR co-author of an article in the Nature materials review of September

Reversible anionic redox chemistry in high-capacity layered-oxide electrodes M. Sathiya, G. Rousse, K. Ramesha, C.P. Laisa, H. Vezin, M.T. Sougrati, M.L. Doublet, D. Foix, D. Gonbeau, W. Walker, A.S. Prakash, M. Ben Hassine, L. Dupont, J.M. Tarascon Nat. Mater. 12 […]

July 2013
Fireflies bioluminescence: a key issue solved !

Researchers of LASIR (University Lille 1), in collaboration with the group of Professor Lukas Hintermann (Technical University of Munich) & Professor Pance Naumov (New York University Abu Dhabi) & Dr. Pascal Didier (Strasbourg University) supported by the Human Frontier Science […]