Stéphane Pellet-Rostaing

ICSM director
CNRS Senior scientist (DR2)
Head of the Ionic selectivity using self-assembled molecular systems team LTSM


ICSM (Bât. 426)
Site de Marcoule
BP 17171
F-30207 Bagnols-sur-Cèze Cedex
Tel: +33 4 66 33 93 08
Fax: +33 4 66 79 76 11
e-mail: stephane.pellet-rostaing ad



2010CNRS Senior scientist (DR2)
2006Accreditation to supervise research (HDR)
2002CNRS Associate scientist (CR1)
1997Ph.D. in Chemistry (University Claude Bernard Lyon 1, France)


Positions held

Since 2013ICSM Director
2009 – 2013ICSM Deputy director (UMR 5257)
Since 2009Head of the Ionic selectivity using self-assembled molecular systems team (LTSM)
2002 – 2009CNRS Associate scientist (CR1), ICBMS (UMR 5246), CASO Team
2000 – 2002Research engineer, FUTURASE Society
1997 – 2000Post-doctoral fellowship, ICBMS (UMR 5246), CASO Team


Research areas

  • Chemistry of extracting molecular systems
  • Organic/inorganic hybrid materials
  • Supramolecular chemistry and self-organization
  • Synthesis methodologies

Publications: 102

Patents: 25


Supervising, animations, and management of research

Since 2015Scientific and technical manager of the LabEx CheMISyst
Since 2013Scientific member of the steering comittee of ERECON
Since 2012Scientific council member of the competitivity division TRIMATEC
Since 2010Co-director of the French-Russian GDRI SENA (SciencEs Nucléaires à l’Avenir)
2010 – 2014Director of GDR SPDC2 (Synthèse et Procédés Durables pour une Chimie éco-Compatible)
Since 2009Communication contact for CNRS and University Montpellier
2007 – 2009Co-animator of RDR2 (CNRS CPDD interdisciplinar program)
2006 – 2009Council member of laboratory UMR 5246


Teaching activities

Since 2014CNAM Montpellier: option Nuclear Fuel Cycle
Since 2012CSMP Master (University Montpellier): Upstream Nuclear Fuel Cycle
Since 2009CPE Lyon: option CCN (Cycle of the spent nuclear fuel)
Since 2008University of Savoie (since 2008: Master CEDD (Chemistry Environment and Sustainable Development)
Since 2003Teaching at CNAM Lyon (Chemical and pharmaceutics transformations, 100 h/year)

CPE Formation: “milieux non usuels”, “synthèse asymétrique”, “catalyse / catalyseurs”