Baptiste Monney graduated from the University of Fribourg in Switzerland with a Bachelor in Chemistry and a Master in Organic and Polymer Chemistry. He performed his Master Thesis at the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) in Germany, under the co-supervision of Prof. Michael Meier (KIT) and Prof. Andreas Kilbinger (UNIFR).
Baptiste joined the Polymer Chemistry and Materials group as a PhD student in July 2017 to work on stimuli-responsive, mechanically-adaptive polymer networks.
- Projects team
N-Heterocyclic carbene iron complexes catalyze the ring-opening polymerization of lactide
Pamela V. S. Nylund, Baptiste Monney, Christoph Weder, Martin Albrecht
Catalysis Science & Technology (2022)Photolithographic Fabrication of Mechanically Adaptive Devices
Baptiste Monney, Cédric Kilchoer, Christoph Weder
ACS Polymers Au (2021)Highly Cross-Linked, Physiologically Responsive, Mechanically Adaptive Polymer Networks Made by Photopolymerization
Baptiste Monney, Alicia G. Dibble, Dafni Moatsou, Christoph Weder
ACS Omega (2020)Mechanically adaptive implants fabricated with poly(2-hydroxyethyl methacrylate)-based negative photoresists
Baptiste Monney, Allison E. Hess-Dunning, Paul Gloth, Jeffrey R. Capadona, Christoph Weder
Journal of Materials Chemistry B (2020)Highly efficient Tsuji-Trost allylation in water catalyzed by Pd-nanoparticles
A. Llevot, B. Monney, A. Sehlinger, S. Behrens, M. A. R. Meier
Chemical Communications (2017)