Jean Rouillon

Post Doc, Chemistry and Chemical Engineering, Chemistry and Biochemistry, Andréasson group

Jean Rouillon is postdoctoral researcher in Prof. Joakim Andréasson team. His research is focused on organic synthesis applied to photochemistry. In collaboration with Prof. Morten Grøtli (Gothenburg University), he is involved in the “4for2” project, combining two-photon absorbing probes and molecular photoswitches. Entanglement of two two-photon induced processes is anticipated, opening up new perspectives in bioimaging and data storage.
J. Rouillon, M. Jean, M. Albalat, N. Vanthuyne, J. Blahut, A. Lesage, L. M.A. Ali, K. Hadj-Kaddour, M. Onofre, M. Gary-Bobo, T. Le Bahers, A. Banyasz, G. Micouin, C. Andraud and C. Monnereau*, Two-Photon Absorbing AIEgens: Influence of Stereoconfiguration on Their Crystallinity and Spectroscopic Properties and Applications in Bioimaging, ACS Appl. Mater. Interfaces 2020, 12, 49, 55157–55168

J. Rouillon, C. Arnoux and C. Monnereau*, Determination of Photoinduced Radical Generation Quantum Efficiencies by Combining Chemical Actinometry and 19F NMR Spectroscopy, Anal. Chem. 2021, 93, 5, 2926–2932

J. Rouillon*, C. Monnereau* and C. Andraud, Reevaluating the Solution Photophysics of Tetraphenylethylene at the Origin of their Aggregation-Induced Emission Properties, Chem. Eur. J., 2021, 27, 30, 8003–8007

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