chercheur en milieu académique*

Coordonnées

hitaishi.ujfgrenoble@gmail.com

Expérience professionelle

Type de contrat : En recherche d'emploi

Adresse professionnelle

31 Chemin Joseph Aiguier 13402 MARSEILLE CEDEX 20

Techniques maîtrisées

Ph.D. candidate trained in a highly interdisciplinary environment with strong background in bioelectronics and material science along with strong communication skills developed throughout. Studied several different electrically addressable bio-interfaces employing a wide variety of biophysical and biochemical methods. • Experience and ability to work independently or as part of a team. • Strong publication record in major journals. • Productive independent researcher with excellent communication & team skills. • Can interact effectively with chemists, physicists and structural biologists.

Compétences

President, JSM3 (https://www.jsm3.fr/home/organization) • Leading one of the largest conference on campus with 5-person executive board and 500+ members. • Negotiation for finance and dealing with industrial sponsors for their active participation. • Led organization of skills workshops, interactive sessions with fellow researchers and 3 social events; increased total number of yearly participants by ~20% from previous year. • Organized and facilitated 3–day conference, attended by more than 200 persons including 5 keynotes and 3 industrial communications.

Doctorat

Intitulé : Sciences Chimiques
1ère inscription en thèse : Décembre 2016
École doctorale : SCIENCES CHIMIQUES - Marseille
Date de soutenance de la thèse : 21 Janvier 2020
Sujet : Électroréduction enzymatique de l'oxygène: des bases moléculaires de l'immobilisation efficace des enzymes sur électrodes planes à l'électrocatalyse sur des électrodes nanostructurées
Directeur de thèse : Elisabeth LOJOU
Co-directeur : Philippe DELAPORTE
Unité de recherche : BIP - Bioénergétique et Ingénierie des Protéines
Intitulé de l'équipe : BIP - E1 - Métabolisme énergétique des bactéries extrémophiles

Master

Intitulé : Master 2
Juin 2015 - Université Grenoble-Alpes

Langues vivantes

Français : A2 - Élémentaire
Anglais : Maternel

Production scientifique

  • Controlling Redox Enzyme Orientation at Planar Electrodes
    Catalysts 2018
    Hitaishi, Vivek, Romain Clement, Nicolas Bourassin, Marc Baaden, Anne De Poulpiquet, Sophie Sacquin-Mora, Alexandre Ciaccafava, and Elisabeth Lojou
    http://www.mdpi.com/2073-4344/8/5/192#framed_div_cited_count
  • Electrostatic-Driven Activity, Loading, Dynamics, and Stability of a Redox Enzyme on Functionalized-Gold Electrodes for Bioelectrocatalysis
    ACS Catalysis 2018
    Vivek Pratap Hitaishi, Ievgen Mazurenko, Malek Harb, Romain Clément, Marion Taris, Sabine Castano, David Duche, Sophie Lecomte, Marianne Ilbert, Anne de Poulpiquet, Elisabeth Lojou
  • Enzymatic fuel cells in a microfluidic environment: Status and opportunities. A mini review
    Electrochemistry Communications 2019
    Prakash Rewatkar, Vivek Pratap Hitaishi, Elisabeth Lojou, Sanket Goel
    https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1388248119301961
  • Interplay between orientation at electrodes and copper activation of Thermus thermophilus Laccase for O2 reduction
    .. 2019
    V.P. Hitaishi, R. Clément, L. Quattrocchi, P. Parent, D. Duché, L. Zuily, M. Ilbert, E. Lojou, I. Mazurenko
  • Nanosecond laser treatment of thin gold films on ITO electrodes for bioelectrocatalysis.
    .. 2019
    VP Hitaishi, C. Coustillier, P. Delaporte and E. Lojou
  • Recent advances in surface chemistry and texture of electrodes to promote direct enzymatic bioelectrocatalysis
    .. 2019
    I. Mazurenko, V. P. Hitaishi and E. Lojou