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!    
 
 
  • 6-Month Internship Available

    In the context of a collaborative project, the groups led by Dr. Gilles Gasser (Chimie Paris Tech, PSL Research University) and Dr. Marcel Hollenstein (Institut Pasteur) are looking immediately for a student (BSc or MSc) willing to undertake a 6-month research internship in chemistry. Check out the opportunity section!

  • Welcome to Scandeur!

    Welcome to our Scandeur Dahklaoui, who has started his Master thesis in our group in collaboration with the group of Prof. Clotilde Policar at the Ecole Normale Supérieure de Paris, PSL Research University.

  • Post-doctoral Position Available

    A post-doctoral position in the Gasser Group in the field of organic chemistry/medicinal chemistry is open – check-out the opportunity section!

  • Chem. Sci. Outstanding Reviewer

    Great honour for our group! Gilles has been recognized as an outstanding reviewer for the prestigious journal Chem. Sci. in 2016. Only 10 scientists worldwide have received such a certificate.

  • Welcome to Michèle!

    We warmly welcome Michèle Clerc, who starts today a Msc thesis at the University of Zurich in the group of Prof. Bernhard Spingler in collaboration with our group in Paris. All the very best for your research Michele!

  • Welcome to Patrick!

    A very warm welcome to your new PhD student Patrick Felder, who has recnetly finished his Msc studies at the University of Zurich (Switzerland). Enjoy your scientific project and your new life in Paris!

  • New Article accepted in Dalton Trans.

    Excellent news, our collaborative paper with Prof. Adoracion G. Quiroga (Universidad Autonoma de Madrid, Spain) and Prof. Antonio Rocha Paulo (University of Lisbon, Portugal) has been accepted in Dalton Trans.

  • Congratulations to the Severins!

    Congratulations to Severin Jeger and Severin Koch, also known as the Severins! They successfully passed their respective Master exam on Monday in Zurich. Thanks a lot for your hard work and good luck for your job search!

  • 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.