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Halima MOUHIB

Maître de conférences (HDR)

Associate Professor

Activités de recherche

  •  OPENING PhD POSITION September/October 2021 at the COSYS-LISIS Laboratory of the U. Gustave Eiffel
    "Towards the rational design of biomimetic gas sensors for indoor air-quality monitoring"

    Application Deadline is the 23rd of April 2021
    See also COSYS-LISIS MOUHIB Halima:  https://www.ifsttar.fr/offres-theses/sujet.php?num=2475&num_session=1&ver=an
     
  • Short Bio H. Mouhib
    Halima Mouhib is associate professor at the Champs-sur-Marne campus of the University Gustave Eiffel where she was recruited in September 2016. Together with national and international collaborators, her main research focus at the COSYS-LISIS laboratory of the U. Gustave Eiffel is understanding the molecular mechanisms underlying the human sense of olfaction using multi-scale computational techniques.
    She obtained her PhD in 2012 at the RWTH Aachen University in Germany under the supervision of Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Stahl and is an expert in the characterization of odorants and volatile organic compounds in the gas-phase using a combination of high-resolution microwave spectroscopy and quantum chemical calculation. After her PhD she moved towards the field of molecular dynamics and computational biophysics at the Forschungszentrum Jülich in group of Prof. P. Carloni and was awarded an EMBO fellowship to work in the group of Prof. S. Abeln at the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam to study protein unfolding. She is the French laureate of the Descartes-Huygens Award 2020 which will allow her to cooperate with researchers at the VU Amsterdam for another six months  in 2021. They will conduct simulations to explore how odorants are absorbed from the gas-phase to an aqueous media to mimic the absorption of fragrances in the nose.

     

Research activity

  • OPENING PhD POSITION September/October 2021 at the COSYS-LISIS Laboratory of the U. Gustave Eiffel
    "Towards the rational design of biomimetic gas sensors for indoor air-quality monitoring"

    Application Deadline is the 23rd of April 2021
    See also COSYS-LISIS MOUHIB Halima:  https://www.ifsttar.fr/offres-theses/sujet.php?num=2475&num_session=1&ver=an
     
  • Short Bio H. Mouhib
    Halima Mouhib is associate professor at the Champs-sur-Marne campus of the University Gustave Eiffel where she was recruited in September 2016. Together with national and international collaborators, her main research focus at the COSYS-LISIS laboratory of the U. Gustave Eiffel is understanding the molecular mechanisms underlying the human sense of olfaction using multi-scale computational techniques.
    She obtained her PhD in 2012 at the RWTH Aachen University in Germany under the supervision of Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Stahl and is an expert in the characterization of odorants and volatile organic compounds in the gas-phase using a combination of high-resolution microwave spectroscopy and quantum chemical calculation. After her PhD she moved towards the field of molecular dynamics and computational biophysics at the Forschungszentrum Jülich in group of Prof. P. Carloni and was awarded an EMBO fellowship to work in the group of Prof. S. Abeln at the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam to study protein unfolding. She is the French laureate of the Descartes-Huygens Award 2020 which will allow her to cooperate with researchers at the VU Amsterdam for another six months in 2021. They will conduct simulations to explore how odorants are absorbed from the gas-phase to an aqueous media to mimic the absorption of fragrances in the nose.