Eric Saint-Aman

Joseph Fourier University, France


Eric Saint-Aman, born on the October 8th, 1958 in Besançon (Doubs) 1981: Graduate engineer at the ‘Ecole Nationale Supérieure d’Electrochimie et d’Electrometallurgie’ & Master degree of Electrochemistry at the Institut National Polytechnique de Grenoble. 1983: PhD “Anodic dissolution of tin in basic medium and of gold in acidic medium.” 1989: Thesis es Physical Sciences “Electrochemical studies of inclusion compounds in cyclodextrins”. 1984-1990: Lecturer at the Université Joseph Fourier. 1990-1998: Assistant Professor at the Université Joseph Fourier. Since 1998: Full Professor at the Université Joseph Fourier, ‘Département de Chimie Moléculaire’ Vice-Président Research for ‘Chemistry, Life Sciences & Health’ (2006-2012) Main research activities: ‘Electrochemistry of bio-inspired molecular systems’ and ‘switchable molecular devices’ 112 published papers, h-factor = 25, 2029 citations, average citation per item = 18.12 (WoK)

Biography Updated on 21 May 2012

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