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ATTIAS André-Jean
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Université Pierre et Marie Curie Paris 6,
4 Place Jussieu, 75252 Paris cedex 5

Couloir 43-53
Équipe Chimie des polymères

4ème étage Bureau 420
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- Professor, Université Pierre et Marie Curie (2002 - )
- Director, Building Blocks for Future Electronics Laboratory, UMI 2002, Seoul, Korea (2017 - )
- Director, France-Korea International Research Network (GDRI, CNRS) on Functional Materials for Organic Electronics, Optics, and Devices (2010 - )

André-Jean Attias received his Ph. D degree in Macromolecular Science from Université Pierre et Marie Curie (UPMC) in 1988. He joined the French Space Research Agency (ONERA) as an engineer. He became head of the polymer chemistry laboratory.

In 2002 he moved to Université Pierre et Marie Curie to join the Chemistry Department as full professor and he founded a research group on organic optoelectronics.

In 2017, he was appointed the founding director for the Building Blocks for Future Electronics Laboratory, an International joint research unit (UMI) between CNRS-UPMC-Yonsei University, and Ewha Womans University, located in Seoul (Korea).

His current main research interests include :

  • supramolecular self-assemblies at surfaces : engineering and functionality for nanotechnologies (nanophotonics, nanooptoelectronics).
  • design and synthesis of organic nanostructured materials for optoelectronics

His work has led to patents, numerous publications in international peer reviewed journals, and more than 55 invited, keynote, and plenary talks in international conferences. He is international scientific committee member of international conferences.

He received the IUPAC Distinguished Award 2011 for Novel Materials and their Synthesis.

He was Editor of Macromolecular Research from 2014 to 2017.

Since 2010, he is also Director of a France-Korea International Research Network (GDRI) supported by CNRS on ‘Functional Materials for Organic Optics, Electronics, and Devices’ (‘Fun Mood’).