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Laboratory | Photosynthesis | Bioenergy
Team LeaderWinfried Leibl33 1 69 08 52 firstname.lastname@example.org
Human resourcesSandra Andrianambinintsoa, Research Engineer Alain Boussac, Researcher Hervé Bottin, Researcher Klaus Brettel, Researcher Pavel Muller, ResearcherSandrine Cot, TechnicianNadime Karaduman,Diana Kirilovsky, Researcher Anja Krieger-Liszkay, Researcher Thanh-Lan Lai, Technician Winfried Leibl, Researcher Ally Aukauloo, Researcher Véronique Mary, TechnicianAnnamaria Quaranta, Research Engineer Pierre Setif, Researcher Adjélé Wilson,Alberto Mezzetti, Scientific advisor
The main scientific aim is to understand the underlying reaction mechanisms by elucidating the key processes involved in the
photocatalytic process : formation of an excited state, its conversion into reducing or oxidizing power by charge separation reactions, electron transfer to/from the catalytic site, charge storage on this sites, as well as eventual associated proton transfer processes.
Topics studied in this laboratory concern the
enzymology of iron hydrogenases, the role of ferredoxine-NADP+reductase isoforms,
DNA photo repair by the photolyase,
cryptochromes (blue light photoreceptors), and supramolecular complexes for
CEA is a French government-funded technological research organisation in four main areas: low-carbon energies, defense and security, information technologies and health technologies. A prominent player in the European Research Area, it is involved in setting up collaborative projects with many partners around the world.