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<ul><li><p>Franoise Remacle Curriculum Vitae </p><p>REMACLE Franoise Fernande Andre. Citizenship: Belgian. Birth date : 18/11/1964. Address : Chimie Physique Thorique, Dpartement de Chimie, B6c, Alle du 6 Aot, 11, Universit de Lige, B4000 Lige, Belgium. Tel.: 32-4-3662347, Fax : 32-4-3663413, Email : fremacle@ulg.ac.be website : http://www.tcp.ulg.ac.be, http://reflexions.ulg.ac.be/cms/c_31003/en/remacle-francoise. Positions Directeur de Recherches of the Fonds National de la Recherche Scientifique at the University </p><p>of Lige, 2005-present. Head of the Theoretical Physical Chemistry group, UR MolSys, University of Lige, 2001-</p><p>present. Invited Professor, Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Chemistry Institute, 2006-present. Invited Professor, Collge de France et Universit Pierre et Marie Curie, Paris, May 2012. Matre de Recherches of the Fonds National de la Recherche Scientifique at University of </p><p>Lige, 2001-2005. Chercheur Qualifi of the Fonds National de la Recherche Scientifique at the University of </p><p>Lige, 1993-2001. Charg de Recherches of the Fonds National de la Recherche Scientifique at the University of </p><p>Lige, academic years 1991-93. Post-doctoral fellow of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, 1/07/1990-30/09/1991 with Prof. </p><p>R. D. Levine. Aspirant of the Fonds National de la Recherche Scientifique Belge at the University of Lige, </p><p>academic years 1986-90. Education Under-graduate: Licenci en Sciences Chimiques, with the Highest Honors and the </p><p>congratulations of the Jury, University of Lige, July 1986. Graduate : University of Lige, Dpartment of Chemistry, Molecular Dynamics , Prof. J.-C. </p><p>Lorquet, 1986-1990. Ph.D.: Docteur en Sciences Chimiques, with the Highest Honors and the congratulations of the </p><p>Jury, Lige University, March 1990. Agrg de lEnseignement Suprieur (Habilitation thesis) with Unanimity of the Faculty of </p><p>Sciences, University of Lige, May 2001. </p></li><li><p>F. Remacle Curriculum Vitae 2 </p><p>Awards </p><p> Prize of the best mmoire of the Royal Chemical Society of Belgium, July 1986. Laurat du concours des bourses de voyages, Communaut franaise de Belgique, 1990. Prize of the Foundation for Encouraging Research in Exact Sciences, Lige University, </p><p>October 1991. Prize of the Concours Annuel 1991 of the Royal Academy of Belgium, Class of Sciences, </p><p>Group III/A, October 1991. Laurate du Prix Louis dOr de la Socit Royales des Sciences de Lige 1996. Prize of the Friends of the University of Lige, Nov 2002. </p><p>Research interests: </p><p>Theoretical Physical Chemistry Computational Chemistry </p><p> Attochemistry: control of chemical reactivity by ultrafast (attosecond) optical excitation in molecules. Molecular logic using intra- and inter- molecular dynamics, with special emphasis on the implementation of massively parallel logic operations and multivalued logic. Dynamics of excited states in dense level systems and the control of energy and charge transfer: polyatomic molecules, high molecular Rydberg states, site-selected reactivity in small ionized peptides, arrays of metallic quantum dots. Electronic, structural, optical, transport and magnetic properties of molecular and supramolecular and nanosystems: arrays of metallic quantum dots, functionalized gold nanoclusters, supramolecular complexes, including DNA and peptides fragments. Systems biology: Information Theoretic Approach for the analysis of high throughput genomic and proteomic data </p><p>Teaching activities </p><p> Theoretical Chemistry, 3rd Bac Chemistry Quantum Chemistry, 1st Master Chemistry Advanced Quantum Chemistry, 2nd Master Chemistry Molecular Logic : Master and graduate course, also at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. </p><p>Other academic activities </p><p> Fellow of the American Physical Society (APS) (2009) </p><p> Foreign member of the evaluation committee of the National Science and Engineering research </p><p>council (NSERC) of Canada, Chemistry, 2010-2013. </p></li><li><p>F. Remacle Curriculum Vitae 3 </p><p> Member of the evaluation Committee of the EastChem Department (University of Edinburgh </p><p>and of St Andrews), 2011-2015. </p><p> Member of the board of the Comit des Socits chimiques belges, 2006- </p><p> Member of the Research Council of the University of Lige, 1999-2006. </p><p> Member of the Physical Chemistry Committee of the Flanders Research Foundation of </p><p>Belgium (FWO), 2002-2008. </p><p> Member of the Exact Sciences Evaluation Committee of the Fonds National de la Recherche </p><p>Scientifique, FNRS-FRS, French Community of Belgium, 2012-2017. </p><p> Founding member and Secretary of the ASBL interuniversity NANOWAL, the Wallonia </p><p>network for nanotechnologies, 1998-present </p><p> Vice-President of the Royal Society of Sciences of Lige, 2004-2005. </p><p> President of the Royal Society of Sciences of Lige, 2005-2006. </p><p> Member of the Committee for International Relations, University of Lige, 2003-2006. </p><p> Reviewer for research national foundations (Germany, Holland, Israel, Austria and for NSF </p><p>(US)). </p><p> Panel expert EC, FP6, FP7, H2020. </p><p> Referee for general, chemistry and physics journals. </p><p> Organization of meetings </p><p> November 25th, 2007 : PAI first year meeting. February 16th, 2009 : PAI WP1 meeting at KUL March 1-3th, 2009 : Organisation du First year MOLOC meeting, Jerusalem, Isral April, 27th, 2009 : organisation first year review meeting of the MOLOC project, Lige, </p><p>Belgium. May 8th, 2009 : Organisation du Symposium Molecular and nano electronics, Lige. Nanowal </p><p>meeting Second year MOLOC meeting, Dusseldorf, Castel Michle, March 17-March 19, 2010 Organizing committee member of the RCTF 2010 meeting : Structure lectronique et </p><p>ractivit, conjointement avec Michel Godefroid, ULB. Third year MOLOC meeting, Vaalsbroek Castle, Vaals, Germany, March17th-18th, 2011 Molecular Logic, Lorentz Center, Leiden, May 30th-June 2nd 2011, organizer with S. Rogge </p><p>(TU-Delft) and I. Willner (HUJI) Final MOLOC meeting, Brussels, Aug 31st-September 2nd, 2011. Member of the organizing committee of the ISSPIC XVI in Leuven, July 2012. Kick-off meeting of Project MULTI, Padoue, September 11-13 2012. 4th Workshop NANOWAL, May 21st, 2014 : Bio-inspired synthetic functional molecules </p></li><li><p>F. Remacle Curriculum Vitae 4 </p><p> Project meeting MULTI, Hebrew University, Jerusalem, Aug 31-September 4th, 2014. Nano information Processing Perspectives, Cambridge, UK, December 13th -16th, 2015. Co-</p><p>organizer with F. Gonzalez-Galba (Hitachi Cambridge), R. D. Levine (HUJI) and D. Williams (Hitachi-Cambridge). Chair of the session: Optical Computing. </p><p> Participation to research projects United States </p><p> PI in the project Exploiting Non-equilibrium Charge Dynamics in Polyatomic Molecules to Steer Chemical Reactions, Department of Energy, AMOS call. Coordinator : Prof. Wen Li, Wayne State University, Detroit. </p><p> European </p><p> Partner of the EC FET STREP FP7 project : BAMBI, 2014-2016, Leader of WP2. Coordinator: Dr. Jacques Droulez, College de France, Paris. </p><p> Coordinator of the EC FET STREP FP7 project : MULTI, 2013-2016. </p><p> Partner of the EC FET STREP FP7 project : TOLOP, 2013-2016, Leader of WP3. Coordinator: Dr. David Williams, Cambridge, Hitachi Laboratory, UK, </p><p> Coordinator of the EC FET Proactive STREP FP7 project : MOLOC, 2008-2011 : Molecular Logic Circuits, 2008-2011. </p><p> Coordinator of the EC FET-Open STREP FP6 project : MOLDYNLOGIC, 2005-2008. </p><p> Member of the COST action MOLIN (CM1405) : molecules in action, 2015- </p><p> Member of the COST action XLIC (CM1204): XUV/X-ray light and fast ions for ultrafast chemistry, 2012- </p><p> Member of the COST action : Rational design of hybrid organic-inorganic interfaces: the next step towards advanced functional materials, 2012- </p><p> Partner in the ULg team of the EC master program : FAME Erasmus Mundus, 2008- </p><p> Partner in the ULg team of the EC FP7 PhD School IDSFUN-MAT, 2010- </p><p> FP6 NoE FAME (2005-2008) : Co- leader of the WP Theory and modeling of hybrid nanostructures. </p><p>National </p><p> PAI Quantum Effects in Clusters and nanowires, 2007-2011. </p><p>Leader of WP1 : Metallic and oxyde clusters </p></li><li><p>F. Remacle Curriculum Vitae 5 </p><p>French Community of Belgium </p><p> Research project from FNRS-FRS T.0132.16 Ultrafast Photoinduced Bond Making, 2016-2019, PI. </p><p> FRFC 2.4545.12, 2012-2015 : Control of attosecond dynamics (PI) </p><p> FRFC 2.4594.10, 2009-2010: Nanoforces (partenaire) Leader of the theory WP. </p><p> Action de Recherches concertes NANOFORCES 2009-2014. </p><p>Collaborations </p><p> Prof. Eleanor Campbell, University of Edinburgh Prof. Corinne Chaneac, Chimie de la matire condense, Collge de France et Jussieu, Paris, </p><p>France. Prof. Elisabetta Collini, Department of Chemical Sciences, University of Padova, Italy Professor Edwin De Pauw, Department of Chemistry, University of Lige, Belgium. Prof. Michle Desouter-Lecomte, Laboratoire de Chimie Physique, Universit Paris 11, Orsay, </p><p>France. Prof. Anne-Sophie Duwez, Department of Chemistry, University of Lige, Belgium Prof. Philippe Ghosez, Department of Physics, University of Lige, Belgium. Prof. James R. Heath, California Institute of Technology (Pasadena), Chemistry Division, and </p><p>The California NanoScience Institute, UCLA (Los Angeles) USA. Prof. Matthias Kling, Max Planck Institute for Quantum Optics, Garching, and Ludwig-</p><p>Maximilians-Universitt Munich, Faculty of Physics, Germany. Prof. Karl L. Kompa, Femtosecond spectroscopy, Max Planck Institute for Quantum Optics, </p><p>Garching, Germany. Prof. Raphael D. Levine, The Fritz Haber Research Center for Molecular Dynamics, The </p><p>Hebrew University of Jerusalem. Prof. Bernard Leyh, Department of Chemistry, University of Lige, Belgium. Prof. Wen Li, Department of Chemistry, Wayne State University, Detroit, USA. Prof. Mathias Nest, Theoretical Chemistry, TU Munich, Garching, Germany Dr. Jean-Yves Raty, Physique de la Matire Condense, University of Liege, Belgium. Prof. Sven Rogge, Centre for Quantum Computing, University of New South Wales, Sydney, </p><p>Australia. Prof. Matthieu Verstraete, Physique des matriaux et nanostructures, University of Liege, </p><p>Belgium. Prof. Marc J. J. Vrakking, Max Born Institute, Berlin, Germany. Prof. Rainer Waser, Solid State Institute, FZ-Jlich, Germany. Prof. Rainer Weinkauf, Physical Chemistry Institute, University of Dusseldorf, Germany. Prof. Hans-Jakob Woerner, Department of Chemistry, ETH, Zurich Prof. Itamar Willner, Institute of Chemistry, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem. </p></li><li><p>F. Remacle Curriculum Vitae 6 </p><p>Training activities Master Students Jean-Franois Greisch, 2001, Optimisation de la Dsorption-Ionisation laser de petites </p><p>molcules, co-supervisor. Marc Dewergifosse, 2006, Electronic dynamics in a linear chain of metallic quantum dots and </p><p>implementation of ternary logic, supervisor. Benot Mignolet, 2010, Theoretical study of the ultrafast electron dynamics induced by an atto </p><p>pulse in the neutral and cationic state of the ABCU molecule, supervisor. Tristan Lespagnard, 2010, Etude thorique et exprimentale de linteraction entre la guanine </p><p>et un agrgat ou une surface dor, co-supervisor. Valrie Schwanen, 2014-2015, Ultrafast photoinduced charge transfer in small gold clusters </p><p>functionalized by a chromophore ligand, supervisor. Stephan Vandenwildenberg, 2015-2016, Ultrafast quantum dynamics in a triatomic molecule </p><p>induced by short, strong, optical pulses. Raphael Mourier, 2016, Master internship from University Pierre and Marie Curie, Paris. Gabriel Boitel-Aullel, 2017, Master internship from University Pierre and Marie Curie, Paris. PhD students Pascale Urbain (co-supervisor) : Etude de la dynamique des reactions monomolculaires par </p><p>analyse des distributions d'nergie cintique, 1998. Jean-Franois Greisch (co-supervisor) : Development and characterisation of fullerene based </p><p>molecular system using mass spectrometry and related techniques, 2008. Cheng-Gen Zhang, Academy of Sciences, Beijing, Supervisor Prof. Zhixiang Wang. Training </p><p>period Dec 2008-Dec 2009: Theoretical studies of the geometry, electronic states and transport properties of large gold clusters, and hybrid organic ligand-gold cluster complexes. PhD in 2010 in Beijing. </p><p> Renuka Ganesan, supervisor, Etude thorique des proprits lectroniques optiques et de conduction de complexes hybrides agrgats mtalliques-ligands organiques en vue d'applications la logique molculaire, 2009-2013. Presently Assistant Professor, Bangalore College, India. </p><p> Benot Mignolet, supervisor, Theoretical study of the molecular dynamics induced by intense ultrashort optical pulses : control of chemical reactivity and information processing at the molecular level, 2010-2014. Presently : Charg de recherches FNRS 2015-2018. </p><p> Tristan Lespagnard, supervisor, Etude thorique et quantique de complexes supramolculaires ancrs sur des nanoparticules et des surfaces, 2010-2011. </p><p> Fabien Dufour, co-supervisor with Corinne Chaneac, Collge de France and UPMC, Chemistry Schools of Paris, Elaboration de nanocomposites inorganiques fonctionnels, oxydes de titane et/ou mtalliques, par ladsorption slective de molcules organiques. Approches exprimentale et thorique combines, 2010-2013, PhD School IDS-FunMAT. Presently : Researcher at Michelin R&amp;D, Clermont-Ferrand. </p><p> Gustavo Lugo, supervisor, 2013-2016, EC PhD School IDS-FunMAT, co-supervisor : C. Chaneac, UPMC, Chemistry Schools of Paris. </p><p> Valrie Schwanen, supervisor, Aspirant FNRS 2015-2019. Pavel Rukin, PhD trainee, The photochemistry Institute of the Russian Academy, Moscow, </p><p>August 2015-February 2016. </p></li><li><p>F. Remacle Curriculum Vitae 7 </p><p> Stephan van den Wildenberg, supervisor, teaching assistant ULg, 2016-2021. Post-doc Dr. Eugne Kryachko, 2005-2009. Dr. Ganga Periyasamy, 2008-2009, Present Assistant Professor, University of Bangalore Dr. Yong-Hong Yan , 2009. Dr. Thomas Guillon, 2010-2011. Present : ATER University of Montpellier Dr. Barbara Fresch, 2011-2016, Present Assistant Professor, the University of Padova. Dr. Tomasz Kus, 2012-2014, Present : Senior Software Engineer at DNV GL, Poland. Dr. Mykhailo Klymenko, 2013-2016. Dr. Tian-Min Yan, 2013-2014. Present : Researcher at the Shanghai Advanced Research </p><p>Institute. Dr. Astrid Nikodem, 2014-2016. Present Software engineer, AVL LIST GmbH, Graz, </p><p>Austria, in the section "CDS - Multiphysical Systems". Dr. Shoutian Sun, 2014-2015, Present: Post-doc, Louisiana Institute of Technology Dr. Ana Ballester, 2014-2016 Dr. Daniele Pepe, 2014-2015. Present : Post-doc at the University of Hasselt. Dr. Ksenyia Komarova-Vladimirova, 2014-2017. Dr. Stephan Knippenberg, 2012-2014, Present: Assistant Professor, Technical University of </p><p>Copenhagen. Dr. Benoit Mignolet, 2015-2018. Dr. Kenny Bogaert, 2016. Present : Post-doc at the University of Ghent. Dr. Alessio Valentini 2016-2018. </p></li><li><p>F. Remacle Curriculum Vitae 8 </p><p>Selected Oral presentations and participation to scientific meetings since 1989. </p><p>132. Plenary talk, Ultrafast non equilibrium dynamics induced by attopulses, Molecule in Motion workshop 2017, Zurich, April 18-20th, 2017. 131. Invited talk, Ultrafast non equilibrium dynamics induced by attopulses, International workshop on photoionization, Aussois (France) March 26th -March 31st, 2017. 130. Plenary talk, Ultrafast non equilibrium dynamics induced by attopulses, MOLCAS developer meeting, Jerusalem, Feb 7-9, 2017. 129. Plenary talk, Dynamical studies of Ultrafast Charge Migration in Diatomic and Modular Molecules, The 21st International Workshop on Quantum Systems in Chemistry, Physics, and Biology (QSCP-XXI), Vancouver, Canada, July 2-9, 2016. 128. Invited talk, Dynamical studies of Ultrafast Charge Migration in Diatomic and Modular Molecules, Symposium Molecules in laser fields, Orford, May-3-7, 2016, Canada. 127. Invited talk, Dynamical studies of Ultrafast Charge Migration in Diatomic and Modular Molecules Probed by Photoelectron Angular Distributions, International Symposium on Ultrafast Intense Laser Science 14, December 8-11, 2015, Hawai, USA. 125. Invited Lecture, Dynamical studies of Ultrafast Charge Migration in Diatomic and Modular Molecules Probed by Photoelectron Angular Distributions, General Physics Colloquium, Bar-Ilan University, March 23rd, 2015. 124. Invited Lecture: Dynamics of Ultrafast Charge Migration in Diatomic and Modular Molecules Probed by Photoelectron Angular Distributions, OPTX2 Symposium, Paris-Saclay, February 11th, 2015. 122. Invited Physical Chemistry Seminar, Dynamics of Ultrafast Charge Migration in Diatomic and Modular Molecules Probed by Photoelectron Angular Distributions , Wayne State University, Detroit, USA, October 8th, 2014. 121 : Invited Lecture : Dynamics of Ultrafast Charge Migration in Diatomic and Modular Molecules Probed by Photoelectron Angular Distributions, 19th ETSF conference, Zaragoza, September 23th-26th, 2014. 120 : Invited Lecture : Dynamics of Ultrafast Charge Migration in Diatomic and Modular Molecules Probed by Photoelectron Angular Distributions, General COST XLIC meeting, Gdansk, September 9-12th, 2014. 119 : Invited Lecture : Dynamics of Ultrafast Charge Migration in Diatomic and Modular Molecules Probed by Photoelectron Angular Distributions, 26th Canadian Symposium on Theoretical and Computational Chemistry, Montreal, July7-12, 2014. 118 : Invited Lecture : TD-DFT and Applications to Attosecond spectroscopy, Meeting of the WG1 of the COST action XLIC, London, July2-4th, 2014. 117. Engineering properties of Au and Pd nanoclusters through their ligand shell: Computational insights, Oral Presentation, EMRS Spring Meeting, Lille, May 26-30, 2014 115. Invited lecture Workshop Einstein Foundation: Dynamics of Charge Migration in Modular Molecular Cations Probed by Ultrafast Photoelectron Angular Distributions, Berlin, MBI, Feb 19, 2014. 114. Invited lecture Attochemistry, Workshop Psiquanta, Paris, May27-May30, 2013. 113. Molecular Logic, Courses at the winter school : Quantum resources for single molecule-machines, Les Houches-France. January 27- February 01, 2013. 112. Realizations of complex logic machines at the molecular scale, Straghin Seminar, Chemistry </p></li><li><p>F. Remacle Curriculum Vitae 9 </p><p>Department, University of Groningen, January 24, 2013. 111. Ultrafast electron dynamics in diatomic and modular polyatomic molecules, Quantum Biology Workshop, Institute of Physics, Lund University, Dec 10 2012, Invited lecture. 110. Invited lecture: Sudden ionization probing of ultrafast electron dynamics in molecular systems : from LiH to ABCU (C10H19N) Stereodynamics 2012, Paris, October 22-26th, 2012, 108. Control of attosecond electronic dynamics in molecular systems, theoretical chemistry group, UPMC, June 6th, 2012. 107. Proprits structurales et dynamiques des matriaux et logique molculaire, groupe de chimie de la matire condense, groupe de catalyse de lUPMC, Paris, June 4th, 2012. 106. Proprits structurales et dynamiques des matriaux et logique molculaire, groupe de chimie de la matire condense, Collge de France, Paris, May 22th, 2012. 105. Realizations of complex logic operations at the nanoscale, Chemistry Department, University of Edinburgh, April 26th, 2012. 104. Realizations of complex logic operations at the nanoscale, Chemistry Department, University of Toronto, Canada, February 17th, 2012. 102. Realization of complex machines at the molecular scale, invited talk at Atmol international workshop 2012, UAB, Barcelona, Jan

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