Christian SERRE

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Last Name: 
SERRE
First Name: 
Christian
Position: 
Directeur de Recherche

Christian got his PhD in 1999 at university of Versailles, France. He became a CNRS researcher in 2000 at Institut Lavoisier, a joint CNRS-University of Versailles St Quentin (France). He took the lead of the Porous Solids team in 2009 as a CNRS research director. Christian moved in 2016 to create within Paris a new Institute of Porous Materials, at the interface between CNRS, the Ecole Normale Supérieure (ENS) and the Physics and Chemistry Engineer School of Paris (ESPCI). Christian is an expert in the design, structural characterization and applications in heath, energy and environment of robust Metal Organic Frameworks. He has published so far more than 315 articles and 19 patents and is among the highly cited scientists since 2010 (Thomson Reuters). Christian got the CNRS bronze medal in 2006, a European Research Council starting grant in 2008, the French chemical society solid state chemistry award in 2010 and very recently the Berthelot medal and Fondé par l’Etat award of the French Academy of Sciences

Affiliation
Unit: 
FRE IMAP 2000
Location
Floor: 
RDC
Office: 
E026
Phone number: 
+33 144322463
Website: 
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