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Extended track-record
Dr. Vincent Artero
Laboratoire Chimie et Biologie des Métaux
CEA-Grenoble

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Source: ISI Web of Science February 22, 2012

• 37 articles in chemistry
1 Science,
3 Angewandte Chemie International Edition,
1 Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA,
1 Journal of the American Chemical Society,
2 Energy and Environmental Science,
4 Chemical Communications,


3 manuscripts submitted

28 articles signed as main (first, corresponding or last) author since 2005

H-index: 17

Sum of times cited: 912

Sum of times cited without self-citations: 743

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My Master and PhD thesis resulted in the publication of 8 articles from 1996 to 2005. The opportunity to get a full position at CEA shortened my post-doc project to 11 months, the results of which are still unpublished. In 2002 I thus launched new projects and had to install a lab with all facilities for organometallic synthesis and electrochemistry, with first results published from 2005 onwards. Since that time, I have signed all the primary research articles as the corresponding author until 2010 while reviews were co-written with Prof. Marc Fontecave and signed with shared corresponding authorship. Following my accreditation to supervise research, I have been signing articles as a senior author (last position), with Dr. Chavarot-Kerlidou sometimes signing as the corresponding author.
 
28 publications as first, corresponding or senior author (without PhD supervisor)

2005 

Artero V and Fontecave M
Some general principles for designing electrocatalysts with hydrogenase activity.
Coordination Chemistry Review, 2005, 249(15-16): 1518-1535
times cited 97
H1/17
Invited review


Razavet M, Artero V and Fontecave M
Proton electro-reduction catalyzed by cobaloximes: Functional models for hydrogenases
Inorganic Chemistry, 2005, 44(13): 4786-4795
times cited 56
H4/17

2006 

Oudart Y, Artero V, Pecaut J and Fontecave M
[Ni(xbsms)Ru(CO)2Cl2]: A bioinspired nickel-ruthenium functional model of [NiFe] hydrogenase.
Inorganic Chemistry, 2006, 45(11): 4334-4336
times cited 30
H11/17

2007 

Baffert C, Artero V and Fontecave M
Cobaloximes as functional models for hydrogenases. 2. Proton electroreduction catalyzed by difluoroborylbis(dimethylglyoximato)cobalt(II) complexes in organic media.
Inorganic Chemistry, 2007, 46(5): 1817-1824
times cited 54
H6/17


Oudart Y, Artero V, Pécaut J, Lebrun C and Fontecave M
Dinuclear nickel-ruthenium complexes as functional bio-inspired models of [NiFe] hydrogenases.
European Journal of Inorganic Chemistry, 2007, 18: 2613-2626
This article made the cover page of a special edition of the European Journal of Inorganic Chemistry, « celebrating 10 years of excellence »
times cited 22
H14/17
Razavet M, Artero V, Cavazza C, Oudart Y, Lebrun C, Fontecilla-Camps JC and Fontecave M
Tricarbonylmanganese(I)-lysosyme complex: A structurally characterized organometallic protein.
Chemical Communications, 2007, 2007(27): 2805-2807
times cited 11

2008 

Artero V and Fontecave M
Hydrogen evolution catalyzed by {CpFe(CO)2}-based complexes.
Comptes Rendus Chimie, 2008, 11(8): 926-931
times cited 4
Special issue on hydrogenases


Canaguier S, Artero V and Fontecave M
Modelling NiFe hydrogenases: Nickel-based electrocatalysts for hydrogen evolution.
Dalton Transactions, 2008, (3): 315-325
times cited 48
H10/17
Invited review


Fihri A, Artero V, Pereira A and Fontecave M
Efficient H
2-producing photocatalytic systems based on cyclometalated iridium- and tricarbonylrhenium-diimine photosensitizers and cobaloxime catalysts.
Dalton Transactions, 2008, (41): 5567-5569
times cited 53
H7/19


Fihri A, Artero V, Razavet M, Baffert C, Leibl W and Fontecave M
Cobaloxime-based photocatalytic devices for hydrogen production.
Angewandte Chemie International Edition, 2008, 47(3): 564-567
times cited 94
H2/17

2009 

Canaguier S, Vaccaro L, Artero V, Ostermann R, Pecaut J, Field MJ and Fontecave M
Cyclopentadienyl ruthenium-nickel catalysts for biomimetic hydrogen evolution: Electrocatalytic properties and mechanistic DFT studies.
Chemistry A European Journal, 2009, 15(37): 9350-9364
times cited 12

Jacques PA, Artero V, Pécaut J and Fontecave M
Cobalt and nickel diimine-dioxime complexes as molecular electrocatalysts for hydrogen evolution with low overvoltages.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA, 2009, 106(49): 20627–20632
times cited 23
H13/17


Le Goff A, Artero V, Jousselme B, Dinh Tran P, Guillet N, Métayé R, Fihri A, Palacin S and Fontecave M
From hydrogenases to noble metal-free catalytic nanomaterials for H2 production and uptake.
Science, 2009, 326(5958): 1384-1387
times cited 67
H3/17


Oudart Y, Artero V, Norel L, Train C, Pécaut J and Fontecave M
Synthesis, crystal structure, magnetic properties and reactivity of a Ni-Ru model of NiFe hydrogenases with a pentacoordinated triplet (S = 1) NiII center.
Journal of Organometallic Chemistry, 2009, 694(17): 2866-2869
times cited 7
Special issue on hydrogenases

2010 

Canaguier S, Field M, Oudart Y, Pecaut J, Fontecave M and Artero V
A structural and functional mimic of the active site of NiFe hydrogenases.
Chemical Communications, 2010, 46(32): 5876-5878
times cited 10
Special web collection on hydrogen


Fourmond V, Jacques PA, Fontecave M and Artero V
H2 evolution and molecular electrocatalysts: Determination of overpotentials and effect of homoconjugation.
Inorganic Chemistry, 2010, 49(22): 10338–10347
times cited 8

Le Goff A, Artero V, Metayé R, Moggia F, Jousselme B, Razavet M, Tran PD, Palacin S and Fontecave M
Immobilization of FeFe hydrogenase mimics onto carbon and gold electrodes by controlled aryldiazonium salt reduction: A
n electrochemical, XPS and ATR-IR study.
International Journal of Hydrogen Energy, 2010, 35(19): 10790-10796
times cited 2

Le Goff A, Moggia F, Debou N, Jegou P, Artero V, Fontecave M, Jousselme B and Palacin S
Facile and tunable functionalization of carbon nanotube electrodes with ferrocene by covalent coupling and [pi]-stacking interactions and their relevance to glucose bio-sensing.
Journal of Electroanalytical Chemistry, 2010, 641(1-2): 57-63
times cited 7

Tran PD, Artero V and Fontecave M
Water electrolysis and photoelectrolysis on electrodes engineered using biological and bio-inspired molecular systems.
Energy and Environmental Science, 2010, 3(6): 727-747
times cited 22
H15/17
Invited review


Vaccaro L, Artero V, Canaguier S, Fontecave M and Field MJ
Mechanism of hydrogen evolution catalyzed by NiFe hydrogenases: Insights from a Ni-Ru model compound.
Dalton Transactions, 2010, 39(12): 3043-3049
times cited 11
Special issue on Bioinspired Chemistry

2011 

Andreiadis ES, Chavarot-Kerlidou M, Fontecave M and Artero V
Artificial photosynthesis: From molecular catalysts for light-driven water splitting to photoelectrochemical cells.
Photochemistry and Photobiology, 2011, 87(5): 946–964
This article made the page cover of the journal.
times cited 3
Invited review
Artero V, Chavarot-Kerlidou M and Fontecave M
Splitting water with cobalt.
Angewandte Chemie International Edition, 2011, 50(32): 7238-7266
times cited 8
Invited review
Artero V and Fontecave M
Light-driven bioinspired water splitting: Recent developments in photoelectrode materials.
Comptes Rendus Chimie, 2011, 14(9): 799-810
times cited 1

Canaguier S, Fontecave M and Artero V
Cp*--ruthenium-nickel-based H2-evolving electrocatalysts as bio-inspired models of NiFe hydrogenases.
European Journal of Inorganic Chemistry, 2011, 7: 1094-1099
times cited 3
Special issue on hydrogenases


Fontecave M and Artero V
Bioinspired catalysis at the crossroads between biology and chemistry: A remarkable example of an electrocatalytic material mimicking hydrogenases.
Comptes Rendus de Chimie, 2011, 14(2011): 362-371
times cited 2

Fourmond V, Canaguier S, Golly B, Field MJ, Fontecave M and Artero V
A nickel–manganese catalyst as a biomimic of the active site of NiFe hydrogenases: A combined electrocatalytical and DFT mechanistic study.
Energy & Environmental Science, 2011, 4: 2417-2427
Special issue on molecular approaches for artificial photosynthesis

Tran PD, Le Goff A, Heidkamp J, Jousselme B, Guillet N, Palacin S, Dau H, Fontecave M and Artero V
Noncovalent modification of carbon nanotubes with pyrene-functionalized nickel complexes: Carbon monoxide tolerant catalysts for hydrogen evolution and uptake.
Angewandte Chemie International Edition, 2011, 50(6): 1371-1374
times cited 8
2012 

Bhattacharjee A, Chavarot-Kerlidou M, Andreiadis ES, Fontecave M, Field MJ and Artero V
Combined experimental-theoretical characterization of the hydrido-cobaloxime [HCo(dmgH)
2(PnBu3)].
Inorganic Chemistry, 2012, 51(13): 7087-7093

Cobo S, Heidkamp J, Jacques PA, Fize J, Fourmond V, Guetaz L, Jousselme B, Ivanova V, Dau H, Palacin S, Fontecave M and Artero V
A Janus cobalt-based catalytic material for electro-splitting of water.
Nature Materials, 2012, 11(9): 802-807
ChemistryWorld

Hamd W, Cobo S, Fize J, Baldinozzi G, Schwartz W, Reymermier M, Pereira A, Fontecave M, Artero V, Laberty-Robert C and Sanchez C
Mesoporous α-Fe
2O3 thin films synthesized via the sol-gel process for light-driven water oxidation.
Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics, 2012, 14(38): 13224-13232

Tran PD, Nguyen M, Pramana SS, Bhattacharjee A, Chiam SY, Fize J, Field MJ, Artero V, Wong LH, Loob J and Barbe J
Copper molybdenum sulfide: A new efficient electrocatalyst for hydrogen production from water.
Energy & Environmental Science, 2012, 5(10): 8912-8916

Zhang P, Jacques PA, Chavarot-Kerlidou M, Wang M, Sun L, Fontecave M and Artero V
Phosphine coordination to a cobalt diimine-dioxime catalyst increases stability during light-driven H
2 production.
Inorganic Chemistry, 2012, 51(4): 2115-2120
2013 

Andreiadis ES, Jacques PA, Tran PD, Leyris A, Chavarot-Kerlidou M, Jousselme B, Matheron M, Pécaut J, Palacin S, Fontecave M and Artero V
Molecular engineering of a Cobalt-based electrocatalytic nano-material for H
2 evolution under fully aqueous conditions.
Nature Chemistry, 2013, 5(1): 48-53


Artero V, Comtat M, Guillet N and Huerta-Ortega B
La filière hydrogène In Défi énergétique et nanosciences, Edited by Romulus AM, CNDP-CRDP, 2013, p 163-208
Artero V and Fontecave M
Solar fuels generation and molecular systems: Is it homogeneous or heterogeneous catalysis ?
Chemical Society Reviews, 2013, 42(6): 2338-2356

Artero V, Gloaguen F, Fontecave M and Schollhammer P
Biomasse : filière chimique bio-inspiréée In L'énergie à découvert, Edited by Mosseri R and Jeandel C, CNRS Editions, 2013, pp 158-159
Berggren G, Adamska A, Lambertz C, Simmons TR, Esselborn J, Atta M, Gambarelli S, Mouesca JM, Reijerse E, Lubitz W, Happe T, Artero V and Fontecave M
Biomimetic assembly and activation of [FeFe]-hydrogenases.
Nature, 2013, 499(7456): 66-69

Bhattacharjee A, Andreiadis ES, Chavarot-Kerlidou M, Fontecave M, Field MJ and Artero V
A computational study of the mechanism of hydrogen evolution by cobalt(diimine-dioxime) catalysts.
Chemistry, 2013, 19(45): 15166-15174

Bourgeteau T, Tondelier D, Geffroy B, Brisse R, Laberty-Robert C, Campidelli S, de Bettignies R, Artero V, Palacin S and Jousselme B
A H
2-evolving photocathode based on direct sensitization of MoS3 with an organic photovoltaic cell.
Energy & Environmental Science, 2013, 6(9): 2706-2713

Canaguier S, Fourmond V, Perotto CU, Fize J, Pécaut J, Fontecave M, Field MJ and Artero V
Catalytic hydrogen production by a Ni–Ru mimic of NiFe hydrogenases involves a proton-coupled electron transfer step.
Chemical Communications, 2013, 49(4): 5004-5006

Chenevier P, Mugherli L, Darbe S, Darchy L, DiManno S, Tran PD, Valentino F, Iannello M, Volbeda A, Cavazza C and Artero V
Hydrogenase enzymes: Application in biofuel cells and inspiration for the design of noble-metal free catalysts for H
2 oxidation.
Comptes Rendus Chimie, 2013, 16(5): 491–505

Esselborn J, Lambertz C, Adamska-Venkatesh A, Simmons T, Berggren G, Noth J, Siebel J, Hemschemeier A, Artero V, Reijerse E, Fontecave M, Lubitz W and Happe T
Spontaneous activation of [FeFe]-hydrogenases by an inorganic [2Fe] active site mimic.
Nature Chemical Biology, 2013, 9(10): 607-609

Hamd W, Chavarot-Kerlidou M, Fize J, Muller G, Leyris A, Matheron M, Courtin E, Fontecave M, Sanchez C, Artero V and Laberty-Robert C
Dye-sensitized nanostructured crystalline mesoporous tin-doped indium oxide films with tunable thickness for photoelectrochemical applications.
Journal of Materials Chemistry A, 2013, 1(28): 8217-8225

Hijazi A, Kemmegne-Mbouguen JC, Floquet S, Marrot J, Fize J, Artero V, David O, Magnier E, Pégot B and Cadot E

Tuning the electrocatalytic hydrogen evolution reaction promoted by [Mo
2O2S2]-based molybdenum cycles in aqueous medium.
Dalton Transactions, 2013, 42(14): 4848-4858

Matt B, Fize J, Moussa J, Amouri H, Pereira A, Artero A, Izzet G and Proust A
Charge photo-accumulation and photocatalytic hydrogen evolution under visible light at an iridium(III)-photosensitized polyoxotungstate.
Energy & Environmental Science, 2013, 6: 1504-1508

Simmons TR and Artero V
Catalytic hydrogen oxidation: Dawn of a new Iron Age.
Angewandte Chemie International Edition, 2013, 52: 6143-45

Smolentsev G, Guda A, Zhang X, Haldrup K, Andreiadis ES, Chavarot-Kerlidou M, Canton SE, Nachtegaal M, Artero V and Sundstrom V
Pump-Flow-Probe X-ray absorption spectroscopy as a tool for studying intermediate states of photocatalytic systems.
Journal of Physical Chemistry, 2013, 117(34): 17367-17375

Thapper A, Styring S, Saracco G, Rutherford AW, Robert B, Magnuson A, Lubitz W, Llobet A, Kurz P, Holzwarth A, Fiechter S, de Groot H, Campagna S, Braun A, Bercegol H and Artero A
Artificial photosynthesis for solar fuels – An evolving research field within AMPEA, a joint programme of the European Energy Research Alliance.
Green, 2013, 3(1): 43–57

Tran PD, Chiam SY, Boix PP, Ren Y, Pramana SS, Fize J, Artero V and Barber J
Novel cobalt/nickel–tungsten-sulfide catalysts for electrocatalytic hydrogen generation from water.
Energy & Environmental Science, 2013, 6: 2452-2459
2014 

Artero V and Saveant JM
Toward the rational benchmarking of homogeneous H
2-evolving catalysts.
Energy & Environmental Science, 2014, 7: 3808-3814

Bacchi M, Berggren G, Niklas J, Veinberg E, Mara MW, Shelby ML, Poluektov OG, Chen LX, Tiede DM, Cavazza C, Field MJ, Fontecave M and Artero V
Cobaloxime-based artificial hydrogenases.
Inorganic Chemistry, 2014, 53(15): 8071-8082

Bhattacharjee A, Chavarot-Kerlidou M, Dempsey JL, Gray HB, Fujita E, Muckerman JT, Fontecave M, Artero V, Arantes GM and Field MJ
Theoretical modeling of low-energy electronic absorption bands in reduced cobaloximes.
Chemphyschem, 2014, 15(14): 2951-2958

Bhattacharjee A, Weiss AK, Artero V, Field MJ and Hofer TS
Electronic structure and hydration of tetramine cobalt hydride complexes.
Journal of Physical Chemistry B, 2014, 118(20): 5551-5561

Elgrishi N, Chambers MB, Artero V and Fontecave M
Terpyridine complexes of first row transition metals and electrochemical reduction of CO
2 to CO.
Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics, 2014, 16(27): 13635-13644

Simmons TR, Berggren G, Bacchi M, Fontecave M and Artero V
Mimicking hydrogenases: From biomimetics to artificial enzymes
Coordination Chemistry Reviews, 2014, 270–271: 127–150

Smolentsev G, Guda AA, Janousch M, Frieh C, Jud G, Zamponi F, Chavarot-Kerlidou M, Artero V, van Bokhoven JA and Nachtegaal M
X-ray absorption spectroscopy with time-tagged photon counting: Application to study the structure of a Co(i) intermediate of H
2 evolving photo-catalyst.
Faraday Discussions, 2014, 171: 259-273
2015 

Adamska-Venkatesh A, Roy S, Siebel J, Simmons TR, Fontecave M, Artero V, Reijerse E and Lubitz W
Spectroscopic characterization of the bridging amine in the active site of [FeFe] hydrogenase using isotopologues of the H-cluster.
Journal of the American Chemical Society, 2015, 137(40): 12744-12747

Adamska-Venkatesh A, Simmons TR, Siebel JF, Artero V, Fontecave M, Reijerse E and Lubitz W
Artificially maturated [FeFe] hydrogenase from Chlamydomonas reinhardtii: A HYSCORE and ENDOR study of a non-natural H-cluster.
Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics, 2015, 17(7): 5421-5430

Artero V, Berggren G, Atta M, Caserta G, Roy S, Pecqueur L and Fontecave M
From enzyme maturation to synthetic chemistry: The case of hydrogenases.
Accounts of Chemical Research, 2015, 48(8): 2380-2387

Bourgeteau T, Tondelier D, Geffroy B, Brisse R, Cornut R, Artero V and Jousselme B
Enhancing the performances of P3HT:PCBM–MoS3-Based H2-Evolving photocathodes with interfacial layers.
ACS Applied Materials and Interfaces, 2015, 7(30): 16395-16403

Caserta G, Roy S, Atta M, Artero V and Fontecave M
Artificial hydrogenases: Biohybrid and supramolecular systems for catalytic hydrogen production or uptake.
Current Opinion in Chemical Biology, 2015, 25: 36-47

Chavarot-Kerlidou M, Chenevier P and Artero V
Chapter 9: Bio-Organometallic systems for the hydrogen economy: Engineering of electrode materials and light-driven devices In Bioorganometallic Chemistry: Applications in Drug Discovery, Biocatalysis, and Imaging, Edited by Jaouen G and Salmain M, Wiley, 2015, pp 273-304
Huan TN, Andreiadis ES, Heidkamp J, Simon P, Derat E, Cobo S, Royal G, Bergmann A, Strasser P, Dau H, Artero V and Fontecave M
From molecular copper complexes to composite electrocatalytic materials for selective reduction of CO
2 to formic acid.
Journal of Materials Chemistry A, 2015, 3(7): 3901-3907

Huan TN, Shinde DV, Kim S, Han SH, Artero V and Chung H
Forest of Pt–Au–Ag tri-metallic nanodendrites as an effcient electrocatalyst for methanol oxidation reaction.
Royal Society of Chemistry Advances, 2015, 5: 6940-6944

Jane RT, Tran PD, Andreiadis ES, Pécaut J and Artero V
A simple method for the preparation of bio-inspired nickel bisdiphosphine hydrogen-evolving catalysts.
Comptes Rendus Chimie, 2015, 18(7): 752-757

Kaeffer N, Chavarot-Kerlidou M and Artero V
Hydrogen evolution catalyzed by cobalt diimine-dioxime complexes.
Accounts of Chemical Research, 2015, 48(5): 1286-95

Kaeffer N, Morozan A and Artero V
Oxygen tolerance of a molecular engineered cathode for hydrogen evolution based on a cobalt diimine-dioxime catalyst.
Journal of Physical Chemistry B, 2015, 119(43): 13707-13713

Massin J, Bräutigam M, Kaeffer N, Queyriaux N, Field MJ, Schacher FH, Popp J, Chavarot-Kerlidou M, Dietzek B and Artero V
Dye-sensitized PS-b-P2VP-templated nickel oxide films for photoelectrochemical applications.
Interface Focus, 2015, 5(3): 1-10

Morozan A, Donck S, Artero V, Gravel E and Doris E
Carbon nanotubes-gold nanohybrid as potent electrocatalyst for oxygen reduction in alkaline media.
Nanoscale, 2015, 7(41): 17274-17277

Queyriaux N, Jane RT, Massin J, Artero V and Chavarot-Kerlidou M
Recent developments in hydrogen evolving molecular cobalt(II)–polypyridyl catalysts.
Coordination Chemistry Reviews, 2015, 304-305: 3-19

Queyriaux N, Kaeffer N, Morozan A, Chavarot-Kerlidou M and Artero V
Molecular cathode and photocathode materials for hydrogen evolution in photoelectrochemical devices.
Journal of Photochemistry and Photobiology C: Photochemistry Reviews, 2015, 25: 90-105

Roy S, Bacchi M, Berggren G and Artero V
A systematic comparative study of hydrogen-evolving molecular catalysts in aqueous solutions.
ChemSusChem, 2015, 8(21): 3632-3638

Smolentsev G, Cecconi B, Guda A, Chavarot-Kerlidou M, van Bokhoven JA, Nachtegaal M and Artero V
Microsecond X-ray absorption spectroscopy identification of Co(I) intermediates in Cobaloxime-catalyzed hydrogen evolution.
Chemistry, 2015, 21(43): 15158-15162

Tran DP, Fontecave M and Artero V
Electrode materials and artificial photosynthetic systems In Bioinspired Catalysis: Metal-Sulfur Complexes, Edited by Weigand W and Schollhammer P, Wiley-VCH Verlag GmbH & Co, 2015, Chap.14: pp 385-410
Tran PD, Morozan A, Archambault S, Heidkamp J, Chenevier P, Dau H, Fontecave M, Martinent A, Jousselme B and Artero V
A noble metal-free proton-exchange membrane fuel cell based on bio-inspired molecular catalysts.
Chemical Science, 2015, 6(3): 2050-2053
2016 

Artero V, Chandezon F, Co DT and Dietzek B
European and international initiatives in the field of artificial photosynthesis.
Advances in Botanical Research, 2016, 79: 193-221

Bacchi M, Veinberg E, Field MJ, Niklas J, Matsui T, Tiede DM, Poluektov OG, Ikeda-Saito M, Fontecave M and Artero V
Artificial hydrogenases based on cobaloximes and heme oxygenase.
ChemPlusChem, 2016, 81(10): 1083-1089

Brazzolotto D, Gennari M, Queyriaux N, Simmons TR, Pécaut J, Demeshko S, Meyer F, Orio M, Artero V and Duboc C
Nickel-centred proton reduction catalysis in a model of [NiFe] hydrogenase.
Nature Chemistry, 2016, 8(11): 1054-1060

Caserta G, Adamska-Venkatesh A, Pecqueur L, Atta M, Artero V, Roy S, Reijerse E, Lubitz W and Fontecave M
Chemical assembly of multiple metal cofactors: The heterologously expressed multidomain [FeFe]-hydrogenase from Megasphaera elsdenii.
Biochimica et Biophysica Acta - Bioenergetics, 2016, 1857(11): 1734-1740

Coutard N, Kaeffer N and Artero V
Molecular engineered nanomaterials for catalytic hydrogen evolution and oxidation.
Chemical Communications (Camb), 2016, 52(95): 13728-13748

Donck S, Fize J, Gravel E, Doris E and Artero V
Supramolecular assembly of cobaloxime on nanoring-coated carbon nanotubes: Addressing the stability of the pyridine-cobalt linkage under hydrogen evolution turnover conditions.
Chemical Communications, 2016, 52(79): 11783-11786

Huan TN, Jane RT, Benayad A, Guetaz L, Tran PD and Artero V
Bio-inspired noble metal-free nanomaterials approaching platinum performances for H2 evolution and uptake.
Energy and Environmental Science, 2016, 9(3): 940-947

Huan TN, Prakash P, Simon P, Rousse G, Xu X, Artero V, Gravel E, Doris E and Fontecave M
CO2 reduction to CO in water: Carbon nanotube-gold nanohybrid as a selective and efficient electrocatalyst.
ChemSusChem, 2016, 9(17): 2317-2320

Huan TN, Simon P, Benayad A, Guetaz L, Artero V and Fontecave M
Cu/Cu2 O electrodes and CO2 reduction to formic acid: Effects of organic additives on surface morphology and activity.
Chemistry - A European Journal, 2016, 22(39): 14029-14035

Kaeffer N, Massin J, Lebrun C, Renault O, Chavarot-Kerlidou M and Artero V
Covalent design for dye-sensitized H2-evolving photocathodes based on a cobalt diimine-dioxime catalyst.
Journal of the American Chemical Society, 2016, 138(38): 12308-12311

Kaeffer N, Morozan A, Fize J, Martinez E, Guetaz L and Artero V
The dark side of molecular catalysis: Diimine-dioxime Cobalt complexes are not the actual Hydrogen evolution electrocatalyst in acidic aqueous solutions.
ACS Catalysis, 2016, 6(6): 3727−3737

Massin J, Lyu S, Pavone M, Muñoz-García AB, Kauffmann B, Toupance T, Chavarot-Kerlidou M, Artero V and Olivier C
Design and synthesis of novel organometallic dyes for NiO sensitization and photo-electrochemical applications.
Dalton Transactions, 2016, 45(31): 12539-12547

Morozan A, Bourgeteau T, Tondelier D, Geffroy B, Jousselme B and Artero V
Noble metal-free hydrogen-evolving photocathodes based on small molecule organic semiconductors.
Nanotechnology, 2016, 27(35): 355401

Panagiotopoulos A, Ladomenou K, Sun D, Artero V and Coutsolelos AG
Photochemical hydrogen production and cobaloximes: The influence of the cobalt axial N-ligand on the system stability.
Dalton Transactions, 2016, 45(15): 6732-6738

Sahara G, Kumagai H, Maeda K, Kaeffer N, Artero V, Higashi M, Abe R and Ishitani O
Photoelectrochemical reduction of CO2 coupled to water oxidation using a photocathode with a Ru(II)–Re(I) complex pho-tocatalyst and a CoOx/TaON photoanode.
Journal of the American Chemical Society, 2016, 138: 14152−14158

Sensi M, Baffert C, Greco C, Caserta G, Gauquelin C, Saujet L, Fontecave M, Roy S, Artero V, Soucaille P, Meynial-Salles I, Bottin H, De Gioia L, Fourmond V, Léger C and Bertini L
Reactivity of the excited states of the H-cluster of FeFe hydrogenases.
Journal of the American Chemical Society, 2016, 138(41): 13612-13618

Tran PD, Tran TV, Orio M, Torelli S, Truong QD, Nayuki K, Sasaki Y, Chiam SY, Yi R, Honma I, Barber J and Artero V
Coordination polymer structure and revisited hydrogen evolution catalytic mechanism for amorphous molybdenum sulfide.
Nature Materials, 2016, 15(6): 640-646

Wood CJ, Summers GH, Clark CA, Kaeffer N, Braeutigam M, Carbone LR, D'Amario L, Fan K, Farré Y, Narbey S, Oswald F, Stevens LA, Parmenter CD, Fay MW, La Torre A, Snape CE, Dietzek B, Dini D, Hammarström L, Pellegrin Y, Odobel F, Sun L, Artero V and Gibson EA
A comprehensive comparison of dye-sensitized NiO photocathodes for solar energy conversion.
Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics, 2016, 18(16): 10727-10738

Zarkadoulas A, Field MJ, Papatriantafyllopoulou C, Fize J, Artero V and Mitsopoulou CA
Experimental and theoretical insight into electrocatalytic hydrogen evolution with Nickel bis(aryldithiolene) complexes as catalysts.
Inorganic Chemistry, 2016, 55(2): 432-444
2017 

Gentil S, Lalaoui N, Dutta A, Nedellec Y, Cosnier S, Shaw WJ, Artero V and Le Goff A
Carbon-nanotube-supported bio-inspired Nickel catalyst and its integration in hybrid Hydrogen/Air fuel cells.
Angewandte Chemie International Edition in English, 2017, 56(7): 1845-1849

Hilliard S, Baldinozzi G, Friedrich D, Kressman S, Strub H, Artero V and Laberty-Robert C
Mesoporous thin film WO3 photoanode for photoelectrochemical water splitting fabricated by sol-gel dip coating methods.
Sustainable Energy Fuels, 2017

Huan TN, Simon P, Rousse G, Génois I, Artero V and Fontecave M
Porous dendritic copper: An electrocatalyst for highly selective CO2 reduction to formate in water/ionic liquid electrolyte.
Chemical Science, 2017, 8: 742–747

Queyriaux N, Andreiadis ES, Torelli S, Pecaut J, Veldkamp B, Margulies E, Wasielewski M, Chavarot-Kerlidou M and Artero V
CuAAC-based assembly and spectroscopic characterization of a ruthenium-copper dyad containing a diimine dioxime ligand framework.
Faraday Discussions, 2017

Queyriaux N, Wahyuono RA, Fize J, Gablin C, Wachtler M, Martinez E, Leonard D, Dietzek B, Artero V and Chavarot-Kerlidou M
Aqueous photocurrent measurements correlated to ultrafast electron transfer dynamics at ruthenium tris diimine sensitized NiO photocathodes.
Journal of Physical Chemistry C, 2017, 121(11): 5891-5904

Roy S, Sharma B, Pécaut J, Simon P, Fontecave M, Tran PD, Derat E and Artero V
Molecular cobalt complexes with pendant amines for selective electrocatalytic reduction of carbon dioxide to formic acid.

Journal of the American Chemical Society, 2017, 139(10): 3685-3696

Straistari T, Fize J, Shova S, Réglier M, Artero V and Orio M
A thiosemicarbazone-nickel(II) complex as efficient electrocatalyst for hydrogen evolution.
ChemCatChem, 2017
5 publications in Peer-Reviewed Journals as first author with PhD supervisor
Artero V, Proust A*, Thouvenot R, Herson P and Gouzerh P
(
η6-arene)ruthenium oxomolybdenum and oxotungsten clusters. Stereochemical non-rigidity of [{(η6-p-MeC6H4Pri)}4Mo4O16] and crystal structure of [{(&Mac183;6-p-MeC6H4Pri)}4W2O10]
Chemical Communications, 2000, 883-884
times cited 26
H12/17


Artero V and Proust A*
Reduction of the phosphododecamolybdate ion by phosphonium ylides and phosphanes.
European Journal of Inorganic Chemistry, 2000(11): 2393-2400
times cited 14

Artero V, Proust A, Herson P and Gouzerh P
Interplay of Cubic Building Blocks in (η6-arene)Ruthenium-containing Tungsten and Molybdenum oxides.
Chemistry, a European Journal, 2001, 7(18): 3901-3910
times cited 52
H8/17


Artero V, Proust A*, Herson P, Villain F, Cartier dit Moulin C and Gouzerh P
Synthesis and characterization of the first carbene derivative of a polyoxometallate.
Journal of the American Chemical Society, 2003, 125(37): 11156-11157
times cited 55
H5/17


Artero V, Laurencin D, Villanneau R, Thouvenot R, Herson P, Gouzerh P and Proust A
Synthesis, characterization and photochemical behaviour of {Ru(arene)}2+ derivatives of
α-[PW11O39]7-: An organometallic way to ruthenium substituted heteropolytungstates.
Inorganic Chemistry, 2005, 44: 2826
times cited 48
H9/17
 
4 publications as co-author
Proust A*, Taunier S, Artero V, Robert F, Thouvenot R and Gouzerh P
The unexpected reactivity of p-tolylisocyanate towards the Keggin anion
α-[PMo12O40]3-.
Chemical Communications, 1996, 2195-2196
times cited 13

Bonchio M *, Scorrano G, Toniolo P, Proust A*, Artero V and Conte V
Adamantane selective hydroxylation by 2,6-dichloropyridine N-oxide and organoruthenium(II) polyoxometallates as catalyst precursors.
Advances Synthesis & Catalyses, 2002, 344(8), 841-844
times cited 20
H17/17


Villanneau R, Artero V, Laurencin D, Herson P, Proust A* and Gouzerh P
Organometallic polyoxometalates: Synthesis and structural analysis of (
η6-arene) ruthenium-containing polyoxomolybdates.
Journal of Molecular Structure, 2003, 656(1-3): 6777
times cited 21
H16/17


Hijazi A, Kemmegne-Mbouguen JC, Floquet S*, Marrot J, Mayer C, Artero V and Cadot E
Capture of the complex [Ni(dto)2]2- (dto2- = dithiooxalato ligand) in a Mo12-ring: Synthesis, characterizations and application toward the reduction of protons.
Inorganic Chemistry, 2011, 50(18): 9031-9038
 
2 publications regarding chemical education
 
Artero V and Bouvry O
Détermination potentiométrique des constantes de formation successives de [Cu(NH3)n(H2O)6-n]2+ (n = 1-4) par la méthode de Bjerrum.
Bulletin de l'Union des Physiciens, 2001, 1037

Artero V and Bouvry O
Chimie Inorganique Expérimentale. 35 expériences de chimie inorganique.
Hermann, 2004, 239 pages.
Patents
 
Artero V, Fontecave M, Palacin S, Le Goff A and Jousselme B
Novel materials and their use for the electrocatalytic evolution or uptake of H2.
European patent application EP-08 290 988.8 deposited October 21, 2008. International PCT extension (USA, Japan, China, India) deposited October 21, 2009.

Jacques PA, Artero V, Fontecave M, Leyris A and Matheron M
Nouveaux ligands pour métaux.
French patent application E.N.10 53019 deposited in France April 20, 2010. International PCT extension (USA, Japan, China, India) deposited April 20, 2011.

Artero V, Fontecave M, Cobo S, Jacques P-A, Dau, H and Heidkamp J
Method for preparing a catalyst mediating H
2 evolution, said catalyst and uses thereof. European patent application EP-08 290 988.8 deposited April 5, 2012.
Invited conferences and seminars
Invited lectures in international conferences:

Invitation for the upcoming 11th Nordic Photosynthesis Congress, Naantali, Finland, September 11-14, 2012.

Invitation for the upcoming Solar Fuels Generation by Transition Metals symposium of the 95th Canadian Society for Chemistry Conference, Calgary, Canada 2012.

Interplay between experiment and theoritical chemistry for characterizing hydride intermediates in Co and Ni-based H2 - evolving systems.
V. Artero, Experts Workshop in Metal Hydrides in Biology, Oxford, UK, March 14-15, 2012.

Hydrogen and Catalysis: From micro-algae to nanomaterials.
V. Artero, Third renewable energy meeting, Umeå, Sweden, March 17-18, 2011.

Strategies toward molecular-engineered catalytic materials for H2 evolution and uptake.
V. Artero, Gordon Research Conference on Solar Fuels, Ventura, CA, USA, January 16-21, 2011

From hydrogenase mimics to noble-metal free hydrogen-evolving electrocatalytic nanomaterials.
V. Artero, German Academy of Science Leopoldina workshop on “Biofuels and Bioconversion”, Greifswald, Germany, October 14-16, 2010.

From hydrogenase mimics to noble-metal free hydrogen-evolving electrocatalytic nanomaterials.
V. Artero, Basic Energy Science DOE Contractors' Meeting on Catalysis, Annapolis, MD, USA, June 1-4, 2010.

Mimicking hydrogenases: From biomimetic models to electrocatalytic nanomaterials for hydrogen evolution and uptake.
V. Artero, Gordon Research Conference on Iron-Sulfur Proteins, Colby College, New London, NH, USA, June 6-10, 2010.

From hydrogenase mimics to noble-metal free hydrogen-evolving electrocatalytic nanomaterials.
V. Artero, S. Canaguier, A. Le Goff, P. Tran Dinh, B. Jousselme, N. Guillet, S. Palacin, M. Fontecave, SolarFuels 2009, International symposium on Molecular Sciences for Solar Fuels, Sigtuna, Sweden, November 1-5, 2009.

Nickel and Cobalt based catalysts for hydrogen production and uptake.
V. Artero, P. A. Jacques, A. Le Goff, B. Jousselme, P. Tran Dinh, N. Guillet, R. Métayé, A. Fihri, S. Palacin, M. Fontecave, XIV International Conference on the relations between homogeneous and heterogeneous catalysis, University of Stockholm, Sweden, September 13-18, 2009.

Sun, Water, Hydrogen: From micro-algae to electrocatalytic nanomaterials.
V. Artero, Nanomaterials 09, Bonn, Germany, June 17, 2009.

Bio-inspired photocatalytic systems for hydrogen production.
V. Artero, International Symposium on Solar Cells and Solar Fuels, Dalian, China, December 10-12, 2008.

Bio-inspired catalysts for hydrogen electro-and photo-production.
V. Artero, Seminar on Biohydrogen of the Indo-French Center for the promotion of advanced research (IFCPAR/CEFIPRA), Mussorie, India, November 6-8, 2008

Artificial photosynthesis for hydrogen production.
V. Artero, NanoEnergy 2008, Paris, France, November 21-23, 2008.

Cobaloxime-catalyzed hydrogen electro- and photo-production.
V. Artero, A. Fihri, C. Baffert, M. Razavet, M. Fontecave, Hydrogenase and Hydrogen Production 2007: The 8th International Hydrogenase Conference, Breckenridge, Colorado (USA), August 5-10, 2007.

5 lectures selected on abstract in international conferences:

H2 electro-evolution catalyzed by cobalt-oxide nanoparticles and their oxidative transformation into an O2-evolving catalytic film.
S. Cobo, V. Fourmond, L. Guetaz, M. Fontecave and V. Artero, ElecNano4- 7th ECHEMS, May 23-26, 2011, Paris, France.

From hydrogenase mimics to noble-metal free hydrogen-evolving electrocatalytic nanomaterials.
V. Artero, P.A. Jacques, P. D. Tran, S. Canaguier, A. Le Goff, B. Jousselme, N. Guillet, S. Palacin, M. J. Field and M. Fontecave, the 9th International Conference on Hydrogenases, Uppsala, Sweden, June 27-July 2, 2010.

Platinum-free H2-Evolving Materials Engineered through the Chemical Derivatization of Carbon Nanotubes with a Bio-Inspired Hydrogenase Mimic.
A. Le Goff, V. Artero, B. Jousselme, N. Guillet, R. Métayé, A. Fihri, S. Palacin and M. Fontecave, Electrochimie dans les Nanosciences 3, Paris, France, April 21-22, 2009.

Bio-inspired photocatalytic systems for hydrogen production.
V. Artero, Gordon Research Conference on Renewable Energy, Ventura, Californie, USA, February 1-5, 2009.

Organometallic Dinuclear Ni-Ru and Ni-Fe Mimics of NiFe Hydrogenases: Hydrogen Production Properties and DFT Insights into the Catalytic Mechanism.
S. Canaguier, L. Vaccaro, V. Artero, M. Field, J. Pécaut, M. Fontecave, XXIII International Conference on Organometallic Chemistry ( ICOMC), Rennes, France, July 13-17, 2008

5 invited seminars in foreign universities and research institutes:

Hydrogen and catalysis: From micro-algae to nanomaterials.
V. Artero, Invited seminar, Solar Fuel Lab, school of chemistry and chemical engineering, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore, October 19, 2011.

Sun, Water, Hydrogen: From micro-algae to electrocatalytic nanomaterials.
V. Artero, Séminaire invité du Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ, USA, January 14, 2011.

Sun, Water, Hydrogen: From micro-algae to electrocatalytic nanomaterials.
V. Artero, Séminaire invité du State Key Laboratory for Fine Chemicals, Dalian University of Technology, Dalian, China, November 8, 2010.

Hydrogen and catalysis: From micro-algae to nanomaterials.
V. Artero, Chemistry Colloquium of the Brookhaven National Laboratory (DOE-BNL), Long Island, NY, USA, June 11, 2010

Electro- and Photo-catalysis for hydrogen production: From micro-algae to electrocatalytic nanomaterials.
V. Artero, Séminaire invité du State Key Laboratory for Fine Chemicals, Dalian University of Technology, Dalian, Chine, June 22, 2009.

2 lectures in bilateral meetings:

An overview of the research for Bioenergies at the Life Science Division of CEA.
V. Artero, Séminaire Bilatéral DICP-CEA, Dalian Institute of Chemical Physics, Dalian, Chine, June 19, 2009.

Bio-inspired catalysts for hydrogen electro-and photo-production.
V. Artero, USTC-CEA Joint Worshop on Nanosciences, Hefei, China, November 25-28, 2007.

10 invited seminars in French conferences and French research institutes:

Chimie bio-inspirée et hydrogène : des micro-algues aux nanomatériaux.
V. Artero, Technologies bio-inspirées, Séminaire stratégique de la fondation « Ecologie d'avenir » Institut de France, Paris, October 14, 2011.

Hydrogène et catalyse : des micro-algues aux nanomatériaux.
V. Artero, Séminaire invité de l'ENSCP, Paris, June 23, 2011.

Hydrogène et catalyse : des micro-algues aux nanomatériaux.
V. Artero, Séminaire invité de l'Institut Lavoisier, Versailles, June 22, 2011.

Hydrogène et catalyse : des micro-algues aux nanomatériaux.
V. Artero, Séminaire invité du Laboratoire de Chimie de Coordination (CNRS), Toulouse, May 28, 2010.

Hydrogène et catalyse : des micro-algues aux nanomatériaux.
V. Artero, Séminaire invité du Laboratoire de Chimie de l'Université de Bretagne Occidentale, Brest, September 22, 2009.

Hydrogène et catalyse : des micro-algues aux nanomatériaux.
V. Artero, Collège de France, Paris, May 27, 2009

Nouveaux catalyseurs moléculaires pour une économie de l'hydrogène sans platine.
V. Artero, Conférence-débat et controverses « les Défis de l'Hydrogène » Académie des Sciences, Institut de France, Paris, April 1, 2008.

Métaux et énergie : que pouvons-nous apprendre des systèmes biologiques ?
V. Artero, Ecole Nationale Supérieure de Chimie de Paris, November 22, 2008

Modèles structuraux et fonctionnels des hydrogénases.
V. Artero , Y. Oudart, S. Canaguier, R. Ostermann, C. Lebrun, J. Pécaut and M. Fontecave, Séminaire du laboratoire Biosciences, Université Paul Cézanne, Marseille, February 8, 2007.

Bio-inspired catalysts for hydrogen production.
V. Artero , Y. Oudart, S. Canaguier, R. Ostermann, J. Pécaut and M. Fontecave, One-day symposium on Coordination Chemistry, E.N.S. Lyon, April 20, 2007

19 lectures in national and local meetings

19 additional lectures that I co-signed but with talks given by students, post-docs and collaborators.
Award
2011 - Grand Prix Mergier-Bourdeix from the French Academy of Sciences.