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Cyril Routier

PhD student


After two years of Classes Préparatoires in Lyon-France and attending the national competitive examination for the admission to the French Grandes Ecoles, Cyril ROUTIER was successfully admitted in 2016 at the Graduate School of Chemistry, Biology and Physics (ENSCBP part of the Bordeaux Institute of Technology in France). He received his bachelor’s degree in Engineering Sciences in 2017 after the completion of the first year in the school.

In 2017, Cyril started his Master’s degree in Chemistry and Physical Engineering with specialization on Nano and Micro Technologies at ENSCBP. He conducted his masters thesis in the group of Assistant Professor Sahika Inal, at King Abdullah University of Science and Technology in Saudi Arabia.

In November 2019, he joined the Electronic Plants group at Linköping University as a PhD student. Cyril’s work focuses on the functionalization of plants for environmental monitoring and sensing applications.

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Cyril Routier (2024) Plant Nanobionics: From Localized Carbon Capture to Precision Molecular Delivery


Cyril Routier, Lorenzo Vallan, Yohann Daguerre, Marta Juvany, Emin Istif, Daniele Mantione, Cyril Brochon, Georges Hadziioannou, Asa Strand, Torgny N. Nasholm, Eric Cloutet, Eleni Pavlopoulou, Eleni Stavrinidou (2023) Chitosan-Modified Polyethyleneimine Nanoparticles for Enhancing the Carboxylation Reaction and Plants CO2 Uptake ACS Nano, Vol. 17, p. 3430-3441 Continue to DOI