Institut de Chimie Moléculaire et des Matériaux d'Orsay

Emmanuelle Schulz

Directeur de Recherche
Bât. 420LCM – ICMMO
Université Paris-Sud
15, rue Georges Clémenceau
91405 Orsay Cedex
FRANCE

+33 1 69 15 73 56
emmanuelle.schulz@u-psud.fr
https://orcid.org/0000-0002-0844-8825

Emmanuelle Schulz graduated from Ecole Supérieure de Chimie Industrielle de Lyon in 1989 and received her Ph.D. degree from the Université de Lyon in 1992 for studies concerning the total synthesis of Strigol, under the direction of Pr. P. Welzel at the Ruhr-Universität Bochum, Germany. After an industrial postdoc at RP Agro, she joined the group of Pr. M. Lemaire in 1993 and obtained a permanent position at the CNRS in 1997. She is now working in the Laboratoire de Catalyse Moléculaire at ICMMO since 2000 and was nominated Directrice de Recherches at the CNRS in 2005. She is the director of the Laboratory since January 2009.

Her research interests are mainly directed towards asymmetric catalysis. She is thus looking for new chiral complexes, efficient for performing catalytic asymmetric transformations meeting the criteria of Green Chemistry. She particularly explores the enantioselective hydroamination reaction of unsaturated bonds promoted by new chiral rare-earth based catalysts. She is also interested in the fine tuning of heterogeneous asymmetric catalysis. New procedures for the easy recovery and reuse of chiral organometallic catalysts are developed in her group. These methodologies imply the preparation of organic conducting metal-containing polymers by electrochemistry and their use as multipurpose asymmetric catalysts. Non covalent interactions such as those involved in charge transfer complexes are also exploited for the recovery of chiral catalysts. Those procedures are mainly tested in transformations involving carbon-carbon or carbon-heteroatom bond formation.

Synthesis of Cyclopenta[b]piperazinones via an Azaoxyallyl Cation. B. Baldé, G. Force, L. Marin, R. Guillot, E. Schulz, V. Gandon, D. Lebœuf, Org. Lett., 2018, 20, 7405-7409

Calix[8]arene as New Platform for Cobalt-Salen Complexes Immobilization and Use in Hydrolytic Kinetic Resolution of Epoxides. I. Abdellah, C. Martini, A. Dos santos, D. Dragoe, V. Guérineau, V. Huc, E. Schulz, ChemCatChem, 2018, 10, 4761-4767

Hydroamination and Hydroaminoalkylation of Alkenes by Group 3–5 Elements: Recent Developments and Comparison with Late Transition Metals. J. Hannedouche, E. Schulz, Organometallics, 2018, 37, 4313-4326

Benzyloxycalix[8]arene: a new valuable support for NHC palladium complexes in C–C Suzuki–Miyaura couplings. I. Abdellah, P. Kasongo, A. Labattut, R. Guillot, E. Schulz, C. Martini, V. Huc, Dalton Trans., 2018, 47, 13843-13848

Synthesis, characterization and catalytic properties of salen-containing polymers obtained by atom transfer radical polymerization. N. Zidelmal, N. Aubry-Barroca, B. Lepoittevin, M. Mellah, L. Costa, F. Ozanam, A.-C. Gouget-Laemmel, E. Schulz, P. Roger, Polymer, 2018, 135, 261-270

A diversity-oriented synthesis of cyclopenta[b]pyrroles and related compounds through a calcium(ii)/copper(ii) catalytic sequence. L. Marin, R. Guillot, V. Gandon, E. Schulz, D. Lebœuf, Org. Chem. Front., 2018, 5, 640-647

Lithium-Catalyzed anti-Markovnikov Intermolecular Hydroamination Reactions of Vinylarenes and Simple Secondary Amines. S. Germain, M. Lecoq, E. Schulz, J. Hannedouche, ChemCatChem, 2017, 9, 1749-1753

One-Pot Assembly of Highly Functionalized Cyclopenta[b]pyrroles via a Calcium(II)- and Copper(II)-Catalyzed Reaction Sequence. L. Marin, V. Gandon, E. Schulz, D. Lebœuf, Advanced Synthesis & Catalysis, 2017, 359, 1157-1163

Novel yttrium and zirconium catalysts featuring reduced Ar-BIANH2 ligands for olefin hydroamination (Ar-BIANH2 = bis-arylaminoacenaphthylene). A. Cimino, F. Moscatelli, F. Ferretti, F. Ragaini, S. Germain, J. Hannedouche, E. Schulz, L. Luconi, A. Rossin, G. Giambastiani, New J. Chem., 2016, 40, 10285-10293

Non covalent immobilization of pyrene-tagged ruthenium complexes onto graphene surfaces for recycling in olefin metathesis reactions. H. Nasrallah, S. Germain, P. Queval, C. Bouvier, M. Mauduit, C. Crévisy, E. Schulz, Journal of Molecular Catalysis A: Chemical, 2016, 425, 136-146

Harnessing the Lewis Acidity of HFIP through its Cooperation with a Calcium(II) Salt: Application to the Aza-Piancatelli Reaction. D. Lebœuf, L. Marin, B. Michelet, A. Perez-Luna, R. Guillot, E. Schulz, V. Gandon, Chemistry – A European Journal, 2016, 22, 16165-16171

Mixing and matching chiral cobalt- and manganese-based calix-salen catalysts for the asymmetric hydrolytic ring opening of epoxides. H. Dandachi, E. Zaborova, E. Kolodziej, O. R.-P. David, J. Hannedouche, M. Mellah, N. Jaber, E. Schulz, Tetrahedron: Asymmetry, 2016, 27, 246-253

Direct Immobilization of Ru-Based Catalysts on Silica: Hydrogen Bonds as Non-Covalent Interactions for Recycling in Metathesis Reactions. H. Nasrallah, D. Dragoe, C. Magnier, C. Crévisy, M. Mauduit, E. Schulz, ChemCatChem, 2015, 7, 2493-2500

Organic chemistry: One catalyst, two reactions. News &Views article on the paper by Buchwald et al. E. Schulz, Nature, 2015, 517, 280-281

Recent advances in metal free- and late transition metal-catalysed hydroamination of unactivated alkenes. E. Bernoud, C. Lepori, M. Mellah, E. Schulz, J. Hannedouche, Catal. Sci. Technol., 2015, 5, 2017-2037

Recent developments in alkene hydro-functionalisation promoted by homogeneous catalysts based on earth abundant elements: formation of C-N, C-O and C-P bond. V. Rodriguez-Ruiz, R. Carlino, S. Bezzenine-Lafollee, R. Gil, D. Prim, E. Schulz, J. Hannedouche, Dalton Trans., 2015, 44, 12029-12059

Calcium(II)-Catalyzed Aza-Piancatelli Reaction. D. Lebœuf, E. Schulz, V. Gandon, Org. Lett., 2014, 16, 6464-6467

Chiral calix-salen cobalt complexes, catalysts for the enantioselective dynamic hydrolytic kinetic resolution of epibromohydrin. H. Dandachi, H. Nasrallah, F. Ibrahim, X. Hong, M. Mellah, N. Jaber, E. Schulz, Journal of Molecular Catalysis A: Chemical, 2014, 395, 457-462

Heterobimetallic dual-catalyst systems for the hydrolytic kinetic resolution of terminal epoxides. X. Hong, M. Mellah, E. Schulz, Catal. Sci. Technol., 2014, 4, 2608-2617

Anti-Markovnikov Hydroamination of Aromatic Alkenes with Secondary Amines Catalyzed by Easily Accessible Yttrium Complexes. S. Germain, E. Schulz, J. Hannedouche, ChemCatChem, 2014, 6, 2065-2073

Immobilization of an Anthracene-Tagged Ruthenium Complex on a 2,4,7-Trinitrofluoren-9-one-Grafted Silica: Efficiency and Recyclability in Olefin Metathesis Reactions. H. Nasrallah, A. Pagnoux, D. Didier, C. Magnier, L. Toupet, R. Guillot, C. Crévisy, M. Mauduit, E. Schulz, European Journal of Organic Chemistry, 2014, 2014, 7781-7787