Key research areas: Macromolecular engineering – Catalysis – Polymeric networks - Recyclability
Education and experience
Dr Audrey Llevot received her master degree from the Graduate School of Chemistry, Biology and Physics of Bordeaux (ENSCBP, France) with a specialization in polymer science in 2011. In 2014, she obtained her PhD degree of the University of Bordeaux in polymer chemistry under the supervision of Profs. H. Cramail, S. Grelier, and S. Carlotti at the Laboratory of Organic Polymer Chemistry, University of Bordeaux (France). During this period, she worked on the synthesis of novel bio-based polymers from resinic acid and lignin derivative dimers. In 2015, she joined the group of Prof. M.A.R. Meier at the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (Germany) as a post-doctoral researcher with a focus both on green chemistry and macromolecular engineering. Then, she was recruited by the LCPO in September 2017 as Assistant Professor in the team 1 headed by Daniel Taton, working on polymerization catalysis and engineering.
ENSCBP: Practical work of Organic, Analytical Chemistry and Polymer Science (1st year students) - Lectures on Polymer Science and Biobased polymers (3rd year students) – Tutorial classes on Thermomechanical and rheological properties of polymers (1st and 2nd year students) – Supervision of development and innovation research projects (2nd year students)
Dr Audrey LLEVOT is co-author of 22 articles in peer review journals as listed on the HAL database, co-inventor of 2 patents
Synthesis and Characterization of Novel Isosorbide‐Based Polyester Derivatives Decorated with α ‐Acyloxy Amides Journal article
Microgel Preparation by Miniemulsion Polymerization of Passerini Multicomponent Reaction Derived Acrylate Monomers Journal article