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Dr Isabelle DEZ

Associate Professor

Section du Comité National n° 16
Section du CNU n° 32


Nov 2005  HDR in Polymer Chemistry,University of Caen
1994-1997  Ph. D. in Polymer Chemistry, University of Lille


Professionnal experience


Post-doctoral fellow in the groups of Prof H. Grützmacher,  ETH Zürich (Switzerland).

Synthesis of chiral polyurethane and polyester.


DEA and Ph. D. Studies in Pr. R. De Jaeger group (Laboratoire de Spectrochimie Infrarouge et Raman, UPR-CNRS A2631, Lille)

Design, synthesis and characterisation of fire-resistant polymers based on 


Research intesrests

Polymers: synthesis, characterization, physico –chemistry

Polysaccharides : modification, shaping, characterization, physico –chemistry



Since 1999 UFR Sciences- University of Caen

CM, TD, TP in organic and polymer chemistry


Scientific records

  • 44 Publications  in peers reviewed international journals
  • 1 chapterbook3 patents
  • 18 Oral communications
  • 8 Invited conferences and scientific seminars


Key publications

1. Syntheses of Chiral Cyclotriphosphazenes and their Use in Cyclolinear Polymers », I. Dez, J. Levalois-Mitjaville, H. Grützmacher, V. Gramlich, and R. de Jaeger, European Journal of Inorganic Chemistry, 1999, 1673

2. Different Ways for Grafting Ester Derivatives of Poly(ethylene glycol) onto Chitosan: Related Characteristics and Potential Properties. F. Lebouc, I. Dez, J. Desbrières, L. Picton and P.J. Madec. Polymer, 2005, 46/3, 639.

3. Development of new SILP catalysts using chitosan as support. Jérôme Baudoux, Katy Perrigaud, Pierre-Jean Madec, Annie-Claude Gaumont and Isabelle Dez, Green Chemistry, 2007, 9,1346.

4. Thermoplastic starch plasticized by a ionic liquid”, A. Sankri, A. Arhaliass, I. Dez, A.C.  Gaumont, Y. Grohens, D. Lourdin, I. Pillin, A. Sabaté, E. Leroy, Carbohydrate Polymers, 82, 256, 2010

5. Biopolymer Supported Ionic Liquid Phase (bio-SILP) Ruthenium Catalyst for Olefin Metathesis, N. Clousier, A. Filippi, E. Borré, E. Guibal, C. Crévisy, F. Caijo,  M. Mauduit, I. Dez, and A.C. Gaumont, ChemSusChem, 7(4), 1040, 2014

6. Controlled metathetic depolymerization of natural rubber in ionic liquids: from waste tires to telechelic polyisoprene oligomers, Mouawia A.; Nourry A.; Gaumont A.C.; Pilard J.F.; Dez I. ; ACS Sustainable Chem. Eng., 5 (1), 696, 2017

7. Insight in the Alginate Pd-Ionogels. Application to the Tsuji-Trost Reaction , P.F. Vittoz, H. El Siblani, A. Bruma, B. Rigaud, X. Sauvage, C. Fernandez, A. Vicente, N. Barrier, S. Malo, J. Levillain, A.C. Gaumont, and I. Dez ; ACS Sustainable Chem. Eng., 2018, DOI: 10.1021/acssuschemeng.7b04832

8. Novel ionic conducting composite membrane based on polymerizable ionic liquids. Yaroslav L. Kobzar, Ghania Azzouz, Hashim Albadri, Jocelyne Levillain, Isabelle Dez,Annie-Claude Gaumont, Laurence Lecamp, Corinne Chappey, Stéphane Marais, Kateryna Fatyeyeva. Polymers 2021, 13, 3704. DOI: 10.3390/polym13213704


“Olefin Metathesis in Ionic Liquids”,  P. Queval, M. Rouen, A.C. Gaumont, I. Dez, O. Baslé, and M. Mauduit, in Olefin Metathesis: Theory and Practice (Ed.: Karol Grela), John Wiley & Sons, 2014, p. 547-558



1. Mauduit, M.; Borré, E.; Crévisy, C.; Gaumont, A.-C.; Dez, I.; Clousier, N. Sustainable Olefin Metathesis using  a biopolymer Supported Ionic Liquid Phase Catalyst (Ru-SILPC) WO/2013/010676 A2, 2013

2. Jean-François Pilard, Arnaud Nourry, Isabelle Dez, Annie-Claude Gaumont, Ali Mouawia; Producing functionalized telechelic oligomers; PCT Int. Appl. (2015), WO 2015082842 A1 20150611 – US Patent: 13520012US

3. Dez, Isabelle; Gaumont, Annie-Claude; Noël, Jean-Nicolas Synthesis of functionalized polymers through devulcanization from waste containing elastomers. PCT Int. Appl. (2020), WO 2020169589 A1 2020082


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