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Gattuso Hugo



Laboratory : SRSMC - Team : TMS



Contacts : 07-77-08-42-28 - hugo.gattuso@univ-lorraine.fr

Address :
Université de Lorraine - CNRS
SRSMC - UMR 7565
Equipe TMS
Boulevard des Aiguillettes, BP 70239
54506 Vandoeuvre-lès-Nancy Cedex, France

 

PhD research subject :

  • DNA photosensitization : Modelisation of the interactions between light and complex molecular systems.
  • Advisors : Dr. Antonio Monari, Pr. Xavier Assfeld.

Scientific Interests :

  • DNA photosensitization and photolesions
  • Hybrid Quantum Mechanical/Molecular Mechanical methods
  • Calculation of free energy binding energy using new Free Energy Perturbation (FEP) protocols

Oral communications :

  • March 2015 - 29th MMWS - Erlangen, Germany.
  • Septembre 2014 - 9th COTAW - Namur, Belgium.

Poster presentations :

  • March 2015 - 29th MMWS - Erlangen, Germany.
  • February 2015 - 6th CpiC - Olomouc, Czech Republic.
  • October 2014 - Jean Barriol Symposium, Nancy, France.

Teaching :

  • Since 2014 : Atomistic and ionic chemistry, 1st year bachelor students, license "Science du Vivant" (Science of the Living).

Extra activities and memberships :

  • Organisation member of the 3rd DocSciLor Congress : https://docscilor2015.wordpress.com/
  • Since 2014 : Vice-president of the Societe Chimique de France (SCF) youth club of the Lorraine region.
  • Since 2014 : PhD student representative in SESAMES doctoral school.
  • Since 2014 : PhD student representative in SRSMC laboratory council.
  • Since 2014 : PhD student representative in the Regional Council of Lorraine Doctoral Schools (CLED).

Internships :

  • Feb-Aug 2014 : MD and QM/MM-MD study of farnesyl pyrophosphate cyclisation reaction in the active site of Aspergillus Terreus Aristolochene Synthase.
    • Research group of Professor Kenneth MERZ Jr.
    • Michigan State University, East-Lansing, USA.
    • Supervised by Pr. Kenneth MERZ Jr. 
  • June 2013 : Ab initio simulation of absorption/emission spectrum of harmane.
    • Theory-Modeling-Simulation group, UMR SRSMC.
    • Faculty of Sciences and Technologies, University of Lorraine, France.
    • Supervised by Dr. Antonio MONARI and Pr. Xavier ASSFELD.

Education :

  • 2012-2014 : Master degree in Chemistry Synthesis Analysis Modelisation Spectroscopies (SAMS).
    • Faculty of Sciences and Technologies, University of Lorraine, Vandœuvres-lès-Nancy.
  • 2011-2012 : Licence degree in Physical-Chemistry.
    • University of chemistry of Strasbourg.
  • 2009-2011 : DUT in Chemical Technologies and Engineering Process.
    • University of Lorraine,IUT Nancy-Brabois, Villers-lès-Nancy.
  • 2008-2009 : 1st year of preparatory courses for entrance in Engineering School.
    • Mathematics, Physics and Engineering Sciences (MPSI), Lycée Fabert, Metz.

Publications :

2015

Gattuso, H., Assfeld, X., & Monari, A. (2015). Modeling DNA electronic circular dichroism by QM/MM methods and Frenkel Hamiltonian. Theoretical Chemistry Accounts, 134(3), 1–8.
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Gattuso, H., Duchanois, T., Besancenot, V., Barbieux, C., Assfeld, X., Becuwe, P., Gros, P. C., Grandemange, S., & Monari, A. (2015). Interaction of Iron II Complexes with B-DNA. Insights from Molecular Modeling, Spectroscopy, and Cellular Biology. Front. Chem, , 67.
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2014

Etienne, T., Gattuso, H., Monari, A., & Assfeld, X. (2014). QM/MM modeling of Harmane cation fluorescence spectrum in water solution and interacting with DNA. Computational and Theoretical Chemistry, 1040-1041, 367–372.
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