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 Philippe LERICHE

Full professor at University of ANGERS

Assistant-director, Faculty of SCIENCES



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Member of the Linear Conjugated Systems team (SCL)

Adresse professionnelle :

Laboratoire MOLTECH-Anjou
UMR 6200 du CNRS
Bat. K, UFR Sciences, Université d'Angers
2, bd Lavoisier
49045 ANGERS Cedex - FRANCE



Teaching specialities :

Organic chemistry

General chemistry



organic electronics


Research speciality

  • Organic synthesis of electroactive species 

  • Chemistry of thiophene

  • Electronic organics 

  • Organic solar cells: from the synthesis of molecular systems to the fabrication of photovoltaïcs



  • Philippe Leriche (45 years old) is Professor in the Laboratory MOLTECH-Anjou, University of Angers
  • After a European Ph-D between France and Denmark, he was a NATO postdoctoral fellow with Pr. M. Cava at the University of Tuscaloosa (Alabama, USA)
  • In 1997, he integrates the department of chemistry of the University of Angers as assistant-professor. He is full professor since 2009, author or co-author of 70 papers (including 5 proceedings) and 4 patents 
  • His main interest deals with the synthesis of electroactive molecular and polymeric systems usable as electrode or incorporable as active material in electronic devices as organic solar cells
  • He was head of chemistry departement of the University of Angers from 2009 to 2012. He is now assistant-director at the Faculty of Sciences
  • He is responsible (in Angers) of the master LUMOMAT created in 2014. This master between the Universities of Nantes and Angers and promoted by "la Région Pays de la Loire", envision the formation of chemists specialists of molecular materials for organic photonics and electronics. 
  • For more details about LUMOMAT project see 

 Publications  (2013-14) :


    Electropolymerization of 3D pi-conjugated architectures: towards ordered electrogenerated conjugated systems

    Yassin, R. Mallet, P. Leriche, J. Roncali

    ChemElectroChem, (2014), 1, 1219-1225


    Molecular materials for organic photovoltaics: small is beautiful

    J. Roncali, P. Blanchard, P. Leriche

    Adv. Mater, (2014), 26, 3821-3838


    Photovoltaics based on small conjugated molecules

    P. Leriche, A. Leliège, E. Ripaud, V. Jeux, D. Demeter, P. Blanchard, J. Roncali

    Physics, chemistry and application of nanostructures, Proceedings of international conference Nanomeeting 2013, (2013), 469


    Tuning of the photovoltaic parameters of molecular donors by covalent bridging

    D. Demeter, V. Jeux, P. Leriche, P. Blanchard, Y. Olivier, J. Cornil, R. Po, J. Roncali

    Adv. Funct. Mater, (2013), 23, 4854


    Miniaturization of molecular conjugated systems for organic solar cells: towards pigmy donors

    V. Jeux, D. Demeter, P. Leriche, J. Roncali

    RSC Advances, (2013), 3, 5811


    Synthesis and Characterization of Isomerically Pure Anti- and Syn-Anthradiindole Derivatives

    J-Y. Balandier, N. Henry, J-B. Arlin, L.  Sanguinet, V. Lemaur, C. Niebel, B. Chattopadhyay, A. Kennedy, P. Leriche, P. Blanchard, J. Cornil, Y Geerts

    Org. Lett., (2013), 15 (2), 302-305


    MoO3/CuI hybrid buffer layer for the optimization of organic solar cells based on a donor–acceptor triphenylamine

    J. C. Bernède, L. Cattin , M. Makha , V. Jeux, P. Leriche, J. Roncali, V. Froger, M. Morsli, M. Addou

    Sol. En. Mat. Solar Cells, (2013), 110, 107-114

    Donor–acceptor–donor (D–A–D) molecules based on isoindigo as active material for organic solar cells

    A. Yassin, P. Leriche, M. Allain, J. Roncali

    New J. Chem., (2013), 37, 502-507

    A Donor-Acceptor-Donor (D-A-D) molecule based on 3-alkoxy-4-cyanothiophene and Dithienopyrrole units as active material for organic solar cells

    A. Yassin,  G. Savitha, P. Leriche , P. Frère, J. Roncali

    New J. Chem., (2012), 36, 2412-2416


    Structure-properties relationships in conjugated molecules based on diketopyrrolopyrrole for organic photovoltaïcs

    E. Ripaud, D. Demeter, T. Rousseau, E. Boucard-Cétol, M. Allain, R. Po, P. Leriche, J. Roncali

    Dyes and Pigments, (2012), 95, 126-133


Mise à jour le 14/07/2014.