Valérie Héroguez

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Category: Faculties

Status: Senior researcher

Employer: CNRS

Team: Polymerization catalyses and engineering

Location: N1-10

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Key Research Areas: Polymer chemistry – Ring-Opening Metathesis Polymerization (ROMP) – Polymerization in dispersed media (emulsion, dispersion, mini- microemulsion) - Polymerization of Pickering emulsion – Synthesis of advanced nanoparticles : multifunctional, stimulable – Synthesis of (bio)active (bio)materials – Encapsulation

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Education and experience

      Dr Valérie HEROGUEZ graduated from the “Ecole Nationale Supérieure de Chimie et de Physique de Bordeaux” (ENSCBP) in 1986. She began polymer chemistry researches in 1986 at the University of Bordeaux 1 and got her PhD in Polymer Chemistry in 1989. She was recruited by the CNRS in 1989 and joined LCPO as Associated Scientist to work on structures-properties relationships in ROMP. She became Senior Scientist in 2005. Her current research area includes the ROMP of cyclo-olefins and macromonomers and the synthesis of advanced functional nanoparticles (by macro-, micro-, miniemulsion, suspension or dispersion polymerizations) for applications in aeronautics, nanotechnology… In the recent years, she has been focusing on the use of “green” particles to stabilize and polymerize Pickering emulsion, including direct, reverse and double emulsions.

Scientific production

Dr Valérie HEROGUEZ authored more than 118 publications, 8 book chapters and 12 patents 

Latest publications

  • Outstanding Stability of Poorly-protected Pickering Emulsions figure

    Outstanding Stability of Poorly-protected Pickering Emulsions Journal article

    Destribats Mathieu, Ravaine Serge, Heroguez Valérie, Leal-Calderon Fernando, Schmitt Véronique

    Journal title: Progress in Colloid and Polymer Science, Volume(s): 137, Page(s): pp. 13-18 10.1007/2882_2010_4 (2010)

  • Functional pH-responsive polystyrene microspheres prepared by surface segregation of diblock copolymers figure

    Functional pH-responsive polystyrene microspheres prepared by surface segregation of diblock copolymers Journal article

    Bousquet Antoine, Romain Perrier-Cornet, Ibarboure Emmanuel, Papon Eric, Labrugère Christine, Heroguez Valérie, Rodriguez-Hernandez Juan

    Journal title: International Journal of Biological Macromolecules, Volume(s): 40, Issue(s): 26, Page(s): 9549-9554 10.1021/ma7019896 (2007)