Jean-François Bergamini

CNRS Engineer

Institut des Sciences Chimiques de Rennes (ISCR)

263 avenue du Général Leclerc

Campus de Beaulieu / Bat 10C / Bureau 206


Rennes 35070


Email : jean-francois [dot] bergamini [at] univ-rennes [dot] fr

Phone : 02 23 23 66 26

Office number : building 10C / room 206


During my PhD at University of Paris 7 (ITODYS lab), I developed a research on cyclodextrin-based conductive rotaxanes and more precisely on their spectroscopic and electrochemical behaviors. To direct result of this work leaded to study the electrochemical behavior of cyclodextrin-based monomer complexes during my post-doc in the University of Paris 6 (Molecular Electrochemistry Lab).
In 2002, I arrived in Rennes as a CNRS engineer.


  • Scanning Probe Microscopies AFM STM (as the person in charge of the SPM Centre)
  • Analytical Electrochemistry
  • Spectroelectrochemistry
  • Computer Interfacing


3D conception

I have developed skills in 3D modeling that I use, on the one hand, for the realization of scientific tools and, on the other hand, for the creation of scientific images (newspaper covers, scientific illustration).

Bearing for the development of Dip-Pen
Electrochemical Cell with electrolyte flow used on Soleil synchrotron
Photoelectrochemical Cell
photoelectrochemical cell Photoelectrochemical Cell


3D Design

I work with Autodesk 3DS Max to produce realistic journal covers, website pictures, ...

Publications referenced in HAL (may be incomplete)