Anne-Sophie Chauvin

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Senior Scientist

anne-sophie.chauvin@epfl.ch +41 21 693 98 24

EPFL SB ISIC SCI-SB-MM
CH B1 392 (Bâtiment CH)
Station 6
CH-1015 Lausanne

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EPFL SB SCGC-GE
CP1 268 (Amphipole UNIL)
Rte de la Sorge
CH-1015 Lausanne

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BCH 1405 (Batochime UNIL)
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CH-1015 Lausanne

EPFL SB SCGC-GE
CP1 268 (Amphipole UNIL)
Rte de la Sorge
CH-1015 Lausanne

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Administrative data

Publications

Infoscience publications

Teaching & PhD

Teaching

Chemistry and Chemical Engineering

PhD Programs

Doctoral Program in Chemistry and Chemical Engineering

PhD Students

Willauer Aurélien René,

Past EPFL PhD Students

Andres Julien Alexandre , Comby Steve ,

Courses

Chemistry Laboratory Work I

The student will learn how to work in a chemistry laboratory. He/she will acquire a quantitative and/or qualitative approach. TP carried out are in relation to the courses of chemistry and will be followed by a second part "TP2".

Chemistry Laboratory Work II

Introduction to basic manipulations in general, inorganic and analytical chemistry. Introduction to classical quantitative analysis. Learn to carry out quantitative analysis. General principles of the classical quantitative analysis.

Organic chemistry

This course provides a basic foundation in organic chemistry and polymer chemistry, including chemical nomenclature of organic compounds and polymers, an understanding of chemical structures, chemical reaction mechanisms, as well as methods of organic and polymer synthesis.

General and analytical chemistry I (for BIU+PHU)

To acquire the basic concepts to understand the impact of chemistry for a biologist or a pharmacist, in particular with regard to the comprehension of the essential phenomena of the Life (breathing, cellular activities)

General and analytical chemistry II (for BIU+PHA)

This formation is in continuation to the course "General Chemistry I". It aims to give to the biologists and pharmacists a broad knowledge on chemistry and at applying the basic concepts previously acquired.

Chemistry analytic laboratory I (for BIO)

The objective of these practical works is to familiarize the student one with the techniques of basic manipulations and with the classical and instrumental methods of analysis. The laboratory work are also an illustration of the concepts of chemistry described in the courses of general ChemistryI-II

Chemistry analytic laboratory I (for PHA)

The objective of these practical works is to familiarize the student one with the techniques of basic manipulations and with the classical and instrumental methods of analysis. The laboratory work are also an illustration of the concepts of chemistry described in the courses of general ChemistryI-II

Chemistry analytic laboratory II (for PHA)

These practical works are the continuation of the practical works TP I given to the fall semester

Chemistry Laboratory

The objective of these labs is to familiarize the student with the techniques of basic manipulations and with the classical and instrumental methods of analysis. The laboratory work is also an illustration of the concepts of chemistry described in the courses during fall semester

Approfondissement en chimie analytique (pour PHA)

This course is complementary to the course entitled general and analytical chemistry II (UNIL 102) for biologists and pharmacists. It is given only to the students of pharmacy. It makes it possible to go further in analytical chemistry, in particular regarding titrations (redox and acid-bases).