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       David Canevet

Maître de conférences

Bureau K116 - Laboratoire K106
 

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Equipe Synthèse Organique

et Matériaux Fonctionnels

Laboratoire MOLTECH Anjou 
UFR Sciences, Bat. K
2, boulevard Lavoisier
49045 ANGERS Cedex - FRANCE

 

          C’est au laboratoire MOLTECH-Anjou, et sous la direction du Pr Marc Sallé, que j’ai effectué ma thèse de novembre 2006 à janvier 2010. Pendant cette période, je me suis intéressé à des composés organogélifiants pour la préparation de nanofils conducteurs, mais aussi à la synthèse d’associations « tétrathiafulvalène (TTF)-accepteur luminescent » pour la préparation de portes logiques moléculaires. J’ai ensuite réalisé un stage postdoctoral dans l’équipe du Pr Nazario Martín (Madrid) et étudié des récepteurs macrocycliques pour la reconnaissance de fullerènes, notamment chiraux. Je suis désormais enseignant-chercheur à l’UFR Sciences d’Angers et ai intégré l’équipe Synthèse Organique et Matériaux Fonctionnels (SOMaF) au sein du laboratoire MOLTECH-Anjou. Mes activités de recherche sont à la frontière entre « chimie supramoléculaire » et « matériaux moléculaires électroactifs ».

I was born in Angers (France) in 1984 and obtained my Master Degree from the University of Angers in 2006 by working on tetrathiafulvalene-perylene diimide dyads. Then, under the supervision of Pr Marc Sallé, I started a PhD dealing with multifunctional gelators for the preparation of conducting materials but also, with responsive TTF-fluorophore associations aiming to prepare molecular logic gates. Then, I joined the group of Pr Nazario Martín in Madrid where I studied macrocyclic receptors for fullerenes, and notably, chiral ones. In September 2011, I was appointed maître de conferences (assistant professor) and came back to the MOLTECH-Anjou laboratory where I enjoy working on host- guest chemistry and supramolecular polymerization (aggregation, gelation), the whole with electroactive and/or luminescent molecules.

 
                              
 

Book chapters:

Supramolecular Redox Transduction: Macrocyclic Receptors for Organic Guests
Sébastien Goeb, David Canevet, Marc Sallé
in “Organic Synthesis and Molecular Engineering”, Ed: Mogens Brøndsted Nielsen, Wiley VCH, 2014, DOI: 10.1002/9781118736449.

Tweezers and macrocycles for the molecular recognition of fullerenes
David Canevet, Emilio M. Pérez, Nazario Martín
in “Organic Nanomaterials”, Eds: T. Torres and G. Bottari, Wiley VCH, 2013, DOI: 10.1002/9781118354377.ch7.

Articles:

Pyrene-functionalized foldamer:structural impact and recognition properties supported by donor-acceptor interactions
Fatima Aparicio, Lara Faour, Magali Allain, David Canevet,* Marc Sallé*
Chemical Communications, 2017, 53, 12028–12031. 

Coordination entities of a pyrene-based iminopyridine ligand: Structural and photophysical properties
Awatef Ayadi, Diana G. Branzea, Magali Allain, David Canevet, Haluk Dinçalp, Abdelkrim El-Ghayoury*
Polyhedron, 2017,135, 86–95. 

Supramolecular Control over the Structural Organization of a Second-Order NLO-active Organogelator
Fátima Aparicio, Lara Faour, Denis Gindre, David Canevet,* Marc Sallé*
Soft Matter, 2016, 12, 8480–8484. 

Promoting Spontaneous Second Harmonic Generation through Organogelation
A. Belén Marco, Fátima Aparicio, Lara Faour, Konstantinos Iliopoulos, Yohann Morille, Magali Allain, Santiago Franco, Raquel Andreu, Bouchta Sahraoui, Denis Gindre, David Canevet,* Marc Sallé*
Journal of the American Chemical Society, 2016, 138, 9025–9028. 

Triggering gel formation and luminescence through donor-acceptor interactions in a C3-symmetric tris(pyrene) system
Thanh-Loan Lai, Flavia Pop, Caroline Melan, David Canevet,* Marc Sallé, Narcis Avarvari*
Chemistry - A European Journal, 2016, 22, 5839–5843. Hot paper and cover.

Internal Probing of the Supramolecular Organization of Pyrene-Based Organogelators
Thanh-Loan Lai, David Canevet,* Narcis Avarvari, Marc Sallé*
Chemistry an Asian Journal, 2016, 11, 81-85.

Revisiting urea-based gelators: strong solvent- and casting-microstructure dependencies and organogel processing using an alumina template
Thanh-Loan Lai, David Canevet,* Yasser Almohamed, Jean-Yves Mévellec, Régis Barillé, Narcis Avarvari,* Marc Sallé*
New Journal of Chemistry, 2014, 38, 4448-4457.

Multifunctional Photo- and Redox-Active TTF-based Organogelators: A Modular Approach
David Canevet, Véronique Repussard, Marc Sallé*
Asian Journal of Organic Chemistry, 2014, 3, 216-224.

One size fits ball: Macrocyclic hosts for fullerenes with micromolar affinity
Emilio M. Pérez,* Helena Isla, David Canevet, Maria Gallego, Alberto de Juan, Nazario Martín*
Abstracts of Papers of the American Chemical Society, 2012, 243, #678.

Supramolecular Interaction of Single-Walled Carbon Nanotubes with a Functional TTF-Based Mediator Probed by Field-Effect Transistor Devices
Annette Wurl, Sebastian Goossen, David Canevet, Marc Sallé, Emilio M. Pérez, Nazario Martín, Christian Klinke*
Journal of Physical Chemistry C, 2012, 116, 20062-20066.

Boosting electrical conduct in a gel-derived material by nanostructuring with trace carbon nanotubes
David Canevet, Ángel Pérez del Pino, David B. Amabilino, Marc Sallé
Nanoscale, 2011, 3, 2898-2902.

Wraparound Hosts for Fullerenes: Tailored Macrocycles and Cages
David Canevet, Emilio M. Pérez, Nazario Martín
Angewandte Chemie International Edition, 2011, 50, 9248-9259. Für Deutschen !

Intercalation of TTF between the two plates of a copper(I)-complexed [4]rotaxane
Jean- Pierre Sauvage, Yann Trolez, David Canevet, Marc Sallé
European Journal of Organic Chemistry, 2011, 2413-2416.
Invited for cover and highlighted on chemistryviews.org

Macrocyclic Hosts for Fullerenes: Extreme Changes in Binding Abilities with Small Structural Variations
David Canevet, Maria Gallego, Helena Isla, Alberto de Juan, Emilio Pérez, Nazario Martín
Journal of the American Chemical Society, 2011, 133, 3184- 3190.

Tetrathiafulvalene-based architectures: from guests recognition to self-assembly
Marc Sallé, David Canevet, Jean-Yves Balandier, Joël Lyskawa, Gaëlle Trippé, Sébastien Goeb, Franck le Derf
Phosphorus, Sulfur, and Silicon and the Related Elements, 2011, 186, 1153-1168.

Varied nanostructures from a single multifunctional molecular material
David Canevet, Ángel Pérez del Pino, David Amabilino, Marc Sallé
Journal of Materials Chemistry, 2011, 21, 1428-1437.
Highlighted on http://blogs.rsc.org

An electron-rich three dimensional receptor based on a calixarene-tetrathiafulvalene assembly
Joël Lyskawa, David Canevet, Magali Allain, Marc Sallé
Tetrahedron Letters, 2010, 51, 5868-5872.

N-Aryl PyrroloTetrathiafulvalene-Based Ligands: Synthesis and Metal Coordination
Jean-Yves Balandier, Marcos Chas, Paul Dron, Sébastien Goeb, David Canevet, Ahmed Belyasmine, Magali Allain, Marc Sallé
Journal of Organic Chemistry, 2010, 75, 1589- 1599.

Tetrathiafulvalene (TTF) derivatives: key building-blocks for switchable processes
David Canevet, Marc Sallé, Guanxin Zhang, Deqing Zhang, Daoben Zhu
Chemical Communications, 2009, 2245-2269. Invited for cover.

An extended tetrathiafulvalene redox-ligand incorporating a thiophene spacer
Gaëlle Trippé, David Canevet, Franck Le Derf, Pierre Frère, Marc Sallé
Tetrahedron Letters, 2008, 49, 5452-5454.

Carboxylic Acid Derivatives of Tetrathiafulvalene: Key Intermediates for the Synthesis of Redox-Active Calixarene-Based Anion Receptors
Bang-Tun Zhao, María-Jesús Blesa, Franck Le Derf, David Canevet, Chahrazed Benhaoua, Miloud Mazari, Magali Allain, Marc Sallé
Tetrahedron, 2007, 63, 44, 10768-10777.

 

Mise à jour le 21/07/2016.