Gary Sitbon


PhD student, member of the group since February 2011


Research interests

Synthesis, functionallization and characterization of transition metal oxides nanoparticles, quantum dots and heterostructures

Professional experience

Aug-Dec 2009 R&D Internship in Applied surface science, Saint Gobain Recherche (Aubervilliers, France) and Parisian Solid State Chemistry Laboratory (LCMCP)

Surface thermal treatment of sol-gel-deposited oxides thin films with a CO2 laser

Supervisors: Dr. Jean Sablayrolles and Prof. Philippe Barboux


Aug-Dec 2008 Internship in Polymer sciences, Michelin (Clermont-Ferrand, France)

Rheological determination of yield stress in carbon black reinforced elastomers

Supervisors: Dr. Vincent Pelissier and Dr. Marie Lenoble


2011-2014 Spectroscopy (Uv-Visible, FT-IR) lab class for BSc students at University Pierre and Marie Curie

2011-2014 Cristallography tutorials for BSc students at University Pierre and Marie Curie


2010-2011 MSc in Materials Science and NanoObjects, University Pierre and Marie Curie

2006-2011 Ecole Supérieure de Physique et de Chimie Industrielle (ESPCI ParisTech)



Sitbon, G.; Bouccara, S.; Tasso, M.; François, A.; Bezdetnaya, L.; Marchal, F.; Beaumont, M. and Pons. T.

Multimodal Mn-doped I-III-VI quantum dots for near infrared fluorescence and magnetic resonance imaging: from synthesis to in vivo application, Nanoscale, 2014, 6, 9264.

Bouccara, S.; Fragola, A.; Giovannelli, E.; Sitbon, G.; Lequeux, N.; Pons, T. and Loriette, V.

Time-gated cell imaging using long lifetime near-infrared-emitting quantum dots for autofluorescence rejection., Journal of Biomedical Optics, 2014, 19(5), 051208.



Giovannelli, E.; Muro, E.; Sitbon, G.; Hanafi, M.; Pons, T.; Dubertret, T. and Lequeux, N.

Highly Enhanced Affinity of Multidentate versus Bidentate Zwitterionic Ligands for Long-Term Quantum Dot Bioimaging., Langmuir, 2012, 28 (43), 15177.

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