CNRS-UCSD International Research Laboratory

Participants (FR) : CNRS

Participants (US) : the University of California, San Diego (California)

Created in 2001 and directed by Guy Bertrand, the International Research Laboratory CNRS/UCSD in Chemical Sciences was originally located at the University of California at Riverside (UCR). It moved to the University of California at San Diego (UCSD) in July 2012.
Co-supervised by the National Chemistry Institute (INC) of the CNRS and UC San Diego, the laboratory focuses on the stabilization of highly reactive molecules, such as carbenes, nitrenes, phosphinidenes and others.
Guy Bertrand manages the IRL from San Diego, and the laboratory receives funding from such diverse sources as the National Science Foundation (NSF), the Department of Energy (DoE) and the Solvay group.

  • University of California San Diego

Superviseurs

  • Director, Guy Bertrand

Partenaires

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