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Alex Simula

 Biography:


Alexandre Simula was born in Annemasse, France in 1988. He completed his undergraduate studies for a Masters in Chemistry, with a specialization on Lipids and Industrial Applications at the Graduate School of Chemistry, Biology and Physics (ENSCBP), in Bordeaux between 2008 and 2012.

His first Master project was carried out in the LCPO in Bordeaux under the supervision of Pr. Sebastien Lecommandoux. The project was entitled 'Synthesis and Characterization of biocompatible polymers for drug loading'.

His second Master project was carried out under the supervision of Dr. Remzi Becer and Pr. David M. Haddleton. The project was entitled ' Functional Polymers for nanomedicines & Photoinducible click chemistry'.

During his undergraduate studies, Alex managed to work in different companies, such as Takasago (Fragrances & Flavors), Firmenich (Fragrances & Flavors) and Siegwerk Packaging (Ink industry).

Alex started his PhD in 2012 under the supervision of Pr. David M. Haddleton. It is founded by Lubrizol.


Research interests:


Functional oligomers based on controlled free-radical polymerization.



Conference Posters and Presentations:


Poster Presentations:

8th – 11th July 2013: ' Telechelic oligomers by controlled-free radical polymerization'. 11th International Conference on Material Chemistry, University of Warwick (UK)

24th – 25th June 2013: ' Telechelic oligomers by controlled-free radical polymerization'. Macro Group UK Frontiers of Polymer Science / Young Researchers Meeting 2013, Nottingham (UK)

11th – 12th July 2011: ' Polymer Vesicles as an intelligent drug carrier'. Macro Group UK Frontiers of Polymer Science / Young Researchers Meeting 2011, Liverpool (UK)

Additional Conferences Attended:

9th-12th July 2012: Macro Group UK International Conference on Polymer Synthesis & UKPCF International Conference on Polymer Colloids, University of Warwick (UK)


Publications:



 profile photoEmail:

A.Simula@warwick.ac.uk
 
Office phone number:
+44 24 765 22179
 
Mailing address:
Department of Chemistry, University of Warwick
Library Road, CV4 7AL
Coventry, UK
 


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