Chimie Moléculaire et Matériaux (C2M)

GIF - 2.7 ko

European Multifunctional Materials Institute

Group members

Group presentation

The researches carried out in the “Molecular Chemistry and Materials” group of ISM are using tools of organic and organometallic chemistry in order to create materials with controlled properties. They are achieved within many multidisciplinary industrial collaborations and are focused around three major topics :

1) Reactive porous materials
2) Chemical modifications and biofunctionalisations of surfaces
3) Organic-inorganic hybrid materials

Research activity

The applications developed stand in various domains, mainly catalysis, green chemistry, environment, sensors, photovoltaic devices, immunosensors and energetic materials.
The concepts and methodologies used are quite original and innovative. Results are published in high impact factor journals or patented and succeed in industrial contracts with foreign companies : AKZO-NOBEL (Netherlands) in the domain of radical chemistry, SMITHKLINE-BEECHAM (UK) about supported chemistry, and CROMPTON (Germany) concerning organotin catalysts. The expertise of the group in microcellular polymer materials is behind lasting collaborations with the “Commissariat à l’Énergie Atomique” (CEA), ARKEMA and the “Conseil Interprofessionnel du Vin de Bordeaux” (CIVB). Moreover, its know-how in the fields of hybrid materials and surfaces modifications are established also at home and abroad, as evidenced by its participation to networks (excellence European network "FAME : Functional Advanced Materials and Engineering ; Hybrids and Ceramics") and to national and European programs (ACI, ANR 2005 "Solaire Photovoltaïque, ANR 2006 PRECODD (Projet BIOALERT, ANR 2006 EMBP (Projet CAPCELL), ANR-2010-P2N (Projet BIONANOTIP).


Supported chemistry, heterogeneous catalysis, sensors, filters, energetic materials, immunoassays, immunosensors, catalysis, nanoporous tin dioxine, lithium-ion batteries, photovoltaic conversion.

Address & contact number

Adress : ISM, Building A12, ground floor EAST
Email :
Phone : + 33 5 40 00 62 84

Dendritic coupling agents and superparamagnetic nanoparticles (MNPs)

Recycling of metallodendritic catalysts MNPs (superparamagnetic nanoparticles) usually called ferrofluids have been widely used for few decades in the field of biotechnology, for biomedical applications, such as magnetic carriers for bioseparation, enzyme and proteins immobilization, and (...)


Carbon Nanotube AFM tips for biotechnology (BIONANOTIP) The aim of the BIONANOTIP project (Funding : ANR-2010-P2N) is to perform reproducible characterization of a biofunctionalized surface to analyze the distribution of single proteins and evaluate their biological activity. This project will (...)


La synthèse organique bordelaise à l’honneur !
18 décembre 2017

Stéphane Quideau est le lauréat 2017 du prix de la Division de (...)

Publication d’un article dans Nature Chemistry - Groupe COMEX
31 mai 2018

Des chercheurs du groupe COMEX ont mis en évidence le comportement (...)

Stéphane Quideau nommé Membre Senior de l’IUF
13 novembre 2019

Le Professeur Stéphane Quideau (ISM/groupe ORGA) a été nommé Membre (...)