Philippe TUREK

Professor at Université de Strasbourg
E-mail: turek@unistra.fr
Phone: +33(0) 3 68 85 56 26


Curriculum Vitae

Education &Employment

From Jan. 2017: Deputy Vice-President for International Relations of the University of Strasbourg, coordination of research and education abroad
From Feb. 2016: Co-president of the scientific committee of the French-Azerbaijani University in Baku
From Jan. 2015: Scientific director of the cryogenic service of the University of Strasbourg
From Jan. 2011 to Jan. 2017: Vice-dean of the Faculty of Physics and Engineering of the University of Strasbourg, International Relations
From Jan. 2001:  Head of the POMAM lab. “Magnetic and Optical Properties of Molecular Architectures”, Institute of Chemistry (UMR 7177, CNRS-Unistra, Strasbourg, France)
From Nov. 1999: Full professor at the University of Strasbourg, Faculty of Physics & Engineering, and present rank: exceptional class
From April 1990 to March 1991: Visiting scientist at the Institute for Solid State Physics of Tokyo, University of Tokyo (Japan), JSPS fellow
Oct. 1989: Doctor in Sciences, University Louis Pasteur, Strasbourg, France

Professional Interests

  • Basic and applied interdisciplinary research related to magnetic properties of condensed matter with special interest in molecular materials and more recently in biological systems
  • International relations in research and higher education

Main Professional Skills

  • Electron Paramagnetic Resonance spectroscopy
  • Magnetic measurements and cryogenics
  • Formulation and guidance of university diploma, French and international (coordinator of masters in materials science in Strasbourg and abroad, bachelors in sciences in Baku, AZ)
  • Professionalizationof higher education; capacity building of faculty staff

Grants and Awards

2000    JSPS fellow as invited professor, RIKEN (Japan)
1990    JSPS fellow, post-doc at Institute for Solid State Physics (University of Tokyo, Japan)
2016    Bestowed «Chevalier dans l’ordre des palmes académiques»

  • Bibliometric data: 108 papers, H-index=30 (Google Scholar, July 2018)

Selected recent publications

M. Twardoch, Y. Messai, B. Vileno, Y. Hoarau, D. E. Mekki, O. Felix, P. Turek, J. Weiss, G. Decher, D. Martel
Development of an electron paramagnetic resonance methodology for studying the photo-generation of reactive species in semiconductor nanoparticle assembled films.
Molecular Physics, 116(2018), p. 1558-1564.
DOI: 10.1080/00268976.2018.1433882

L. Mathivathanan, A.K. Boudalis, P. Turek, M. Pissas, Y. Sanakis, R. Raptis
Interactions between H-bonded [CuII33-OH)] triangles; a combined magnetic susceptibility and EPR study.
Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics, 20(2018), p. 17234-17244.
DOI: 4410.10.1039/C8CP02643B

Y. Messai, B.Vileno, D.Martel, P. Turek
Milling effect on the photo-activated properties of TiO2 nanoparticles: electronic and structural investigations.
Bulletin of Materials Science, 41(2018), p.41-57.
DOI: 10.1007/s12034-018-1572-8

K. Boudalis, G. Rogez, B. Heinrich, R. G. Raptis, P. Turek
Towards ionic liquids with tailored magnetic properties: bmim+ salts of ferro-and antiferromagnetic (CuII)3 triangles.
Dalton Transactions, 46(2017), p. 12263-12273.
DOI: 10.1039/C7DT02472J

E. Di Piazza, C. Boilleau, A. Vacher, K. Merahi, L. Norel, K. Costuas, T. Roisnel, S. Choua, P. Turek,  S. Rigaut
Ruthenium Carbon-Rich Group as a Redox-Switchable Metal Coupling Unit in Linear Trinuclear Complexes.
Inorganic Chemistry, 56(2017), p. 14540-14555.
DOI: 10.1021/acs.inorgchem.7b02288

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