C2P2 - Dr Clément CAMP


CPE Lyon
43 Bd du 11 Nov. 1918
69616 Villeurbanne cedex

  Chemistry, Catalysis, Polymers and Processes (UMR 5265)

Dr Clément CAMP   Affiliated to: LCOMS Group
Organometallic chemistry - CNRS researcher

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Contact : clement.camp@univ-lyon1.fr
Phone: +33 (0)4 72 44 82 46

Dr Clément CAMP CV (.pdf)

Area(s) of Research

Organometallic chemistry, Coodination chemistry, Catalysis, Green Chemistry, Inorganic synthesis, Supported/surface species, Material science




Clément Camp is currently a CNRS researcher in the Laboratoire de Chimie, Catalyse, Polymères et Procédés (C2P2 – UMR 5265), in Lyon (France). He earned the Agrégation of Science Physiques in 2009 and graduated in 2010 from the École Normale Supérieure de Lyon (France). He received his Ph.D. degree in 2013 from the University of Grenoble (France) for his work on the coordination chemistry and reactivity of low-valent f-element compounds, performed under the supervision of Dr. Marinella Mazzanti. He then joined Prof. John Arnold’s group at the University of California, Berkeley (USA) for postdoctoral training where he studied the activation of small molecules by transition metal complexes. His current research interests deal with surface organometallic chemistry and cooperative effects in catalysis. Clément has authored 31 scientific papers, tackling problems in inorganic and organometallic chemistry with elements from across the periodic table. He is recipient of the 2017 CNRS-MOMENTUM award and was the chair of the 2018 "Green Chemistry" Gordon research seminar.

Research Interests

Metal-metal, metal-ligand and metal-support cooperative effects in catalysis

Additional information

Highly talented and motivated students with training in molecular organometallic/coordination chemistry and catalysis are invited to apply via email.

Current group members:

  • Martin Jakoobi (Postdoc, CNRS Momentum project)

  • Alexandre Verchere (Postdoc, ANR DISCOVER project, in collaboration with A. Quadrelli)

  • Ravi Srivastava (SINCHEM PhD candidate, in collaboration with A. Quadrelli)

  • Sébastien Lassalle (PhD Student, UCBL, in collaboration with C. Thieuleux)

  • Akash Kaithal (SINCHEM PhD candidate, in collaboration with A. Quadrelli)

  • Léon Escomel (PhD Student, UCBL, in collaboration with C. Thieuleux)


  • Vincent Dardun (ENS Lyon M2 intern, spring 2019)

  • Pauline Schiltz (CPE/UCBL M2 intern, spring 2019)

  • Lisa-Lou Gracia (CPE/UCBL M2 intern, spring 2019)

  • Paul-Alexis Pavard (CPE/UCBL M2 intern, spring 2018)

  • Julien Petit (CPE/UCBL M2 intern, spring 2018)

  • Gleb Veryasov (Postdoc 2017, now working for TOTAL-Belgium)

  • Guillaume Zuber (Polytech Lyon M1 intern - fall 2017)

  • Tianran Ding (CPE/UCBL M2 intern - spring 2017)

  • Madleen Rivat (ENS Lyon L3 undergraduate intern - spring 2017)

  • Raphaël Moneuse (ENS Lyon L3 undergraduate intern - spring 2017)

  • Noor Narwaz (CPE undergraduate intern - spring 2017)

  • Lucie Fimabre (CPE undergraduate intern - spring 2017)

  • Marius Solari (CPE undergraduate intern - spring 2017)


Selected publications:

R. Srivastava, E. A. Quadrelli and C. Camp* "Lability of Ta-NHC adducts as a Synthetic Route Towards Heterobimetallic Ta/Rh Complexes", Dalton Trans. 2020, asap article.

S. Lassalle; R. Jabbour; P. Schiltz; P. Berruyer; T. K. Todorova; L. Veyre; D. Gajan; A. Lesage; C. Thieuleux and C. Camp* "Metal-Metal Synergy in Well-Defined Surface Tantalum-Iridium Heterobimetallic Catalysts for H/D Exchange Reactions", J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2019, 14149, 19321-19335.

A. Kaithal; L.-L. Gracia; C. Camp; E. A. Quadrelli and W. Leitner "Direct Synthesis of Cycloalkanes from Diols and Secondary Alcohols or Ketones Using a Homogeneous Manganese Catalyst", J. Am. Chem. Soc.2019, 141, 44, 17487-17492.

V. Dardun, L. Escomel, E. Jeanneau and C. Camp* "On the alcoholysis of alkyl-aluminum(III) alkoxy-NHC derivatives: reactivity of the Al-carbene Lewis pair versus Al-alkyl", Dalton Trans - New Talent Europe Special Issue, 2018, 47, 10429-10433.

R. Srivastava, R. Moneuse, J. Petit, P.-A. Pavard, V. Dardun, M. Rivat, P. Schiltz, M. Solari, E. Jeanneau, L. Veyre, C. Thieuleux, A. Quadrelli and C. Camp*  "Early-late heterobimetallic tantalum/rhodium species assembled through a novel bifunctional NHC-OH ligand", Chem. Eur. J. 2018, 24, 4361-4370.

C. Camp*and J. Arnold "On the non-innocence of “Nacnacs”: ligand-based reactivity in β-diketiminate supported coordination compounds", Dalton Trans. 2016, 45, 14462-14498.

C. Camp; L. Maron; R. G. Bergman and J. Arnold "Activation of white phosphorus by low-valent Group 5 complexes: formation and reactivity of cyclo-P4 inverted sandwich compounds", J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2014, 136(50), 17652-17661.

O. Cooper; C. Camp; J. Pécaut; C. Kefalidis; S. Gambarelli; L. Maron and M. Mazzanti, "Multimetallic Cooperativity in Uranium Mediated CO2 Activation", J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2014, 136(18), 6716-6723.

C. Camp; C. E. Kefalidis; J. Pécaut; L. Maron; and M. Mazzanti "Controlled thermolysis of uranium alcoxy(siloxy) complexes: a route to new polymetallic complexes of low-valent uranium", Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. 2013, 12646-12650.

C. Camp; J. Pécaut and M. Mazzanti "Tuning uranium-nitrogen multiple bond formation with ancillary siloxide ligands", J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2013, 135(32), 12101-12111.

C. Camp; V. Mougel; P. Horeglad; J. Pécaut and M. Mazzanti "Multielectron redox reactions involving C-C coupling and cleavage in uranium Schiff base complexes", J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2010, 132(49), 17374-17377.


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