The Gasser Group moves to Paris! (01.10.2016)

After 6 years at the University of Zurich, Gilles was given the opportunity to continue his career at Chimie ParisTech from the newly created Paris Sciences & Lettres (PSL) Research University as of the 1st of October 2016. A few of the current group members in Zurich and several new students will be joining Gilles to Paris over the next few months. Exciting time ahead! To celebrate this new beginning, the website has been updated thanks to Phuc. Thanks HEAPS Phuc!    
  • Welcome to Ryad!

    Welcome to Ryad, our first Msc student in Paris! Ryad will undertake his internship in co-supervision with Prof. Christophe Thomas from Chimie ParisTech.

  • Welcome to Anna!

    We are very happy to welcome our new Italian PhD student Anna Notaro! Enjoy your time in Paris preparing novel Ru(II) complexes

  • New Article accepted in Polym. Chem.

    Excellent news before Christmas. Our collaborative work with Dr. Markus Gallei from the Technical University Darmstadt (Germany) and Prof. Ingo Ott (Technical Universtiy Braunschweig) has led to a nice publication in Polym. Chem. Congratulations to Cristina!

  • New Article Accepted in ChemistrySelect

    Congratulations to Giuliana, Cristina and Riccardo for their new paper, which has been just accepted in ChemistrySelect. This article is the result of a fruitful collaboration with Dr. Teresa Gianferrara from the University of Trieste (Italy).

  • New Article accepted in J. Organomet. Chem.!

    Excellent news before Christmas, our paper written in collaboration with Prof. Hui Chao (Sun Yat-Sen University, China) and Prof. Clément Mazet (University of Geneva, Switzerland) has been accepted in J. Organomet. Chem. as part of a special issue on the 8th International Symposium on Bioorganometallic Chemistry, which was held this year in Moscow. Congratulations for … more

  • CS.inddFront Cover in Chem. Soc. Rev.!

    Excellent news, our recent article in Chem. Soc. Rev. has been rewarded with the front cover of its issue! Thanks a lot to the Rossendorf Team to make this possible!

  • The first two PhD students have arrived to Paris!

    The group in Paris is now building up. Franz Heinemann and Johannes Karges have started their PhD thesis this morning. Good luck and make it happen !!!

  • New Article Accepted in Dalton Trans.!

    Congratulations to Jeannine for her new article, which has been accepted today in Dalton Trans.! This paper is the result of a nice collaboration with Prof. Robin Gasser (The University of Melbourne).

  • Articles accepted in Chem. Soc. Rev. and Organometallics!

    Congratulations to Malay and Jeannine for their excellent work!