Sètuhn Jimaja

Office: 409

Lab: 709

Sètuhn was born in Switzerland where he did his BSc at the University of Geneva. He then moved to ETH Zürich for his MSc and did his master thesis in the group of Prof. A.D. Schlüter where his worked focused on the synthesis of polyphenylenes with Suzuki polycondensation. After his MSc, he undertook a 6 months internship at BASF SE (Ludwigshafen, Germany) where he worked on ring-opening polymerisation of cyclic carbonates. In September 2016, he started his PhD at the University of Warwick in the Dove group and the O’Reilly group as a joint student. He is currently researching into the synthesis of organocatalytic nanoreactors. His project is funded through the SUSPOL programme.


3) Nickel-Catalyzed Coordination Polymerization-Induced Self-Assembly of Helical Poly(aryl isocyanide)s. Jimaja, S.; Varlas, S.; Xie, Y.;  Foster, J. C.; Taton, D.; Dove, A. P. ; O’Reilly, R. K. ACS Macro Lett. (2020) 9, 2, 226-232

2) Stereochemical enhancement of polymer properties. Worch, J. C.; Prydderch, H.; Jimaja, S.; Bexis, P.; Becker, M. L.; Dove, A. P.  Nat Rev Chem. (2019) 3, 514–535

1) Tensile Behavior of a Substituted Poly(m‐,p‐phenylene) versus Its Parent Counterpart and Synthesis of Related Polyarylenes. Bernd Deffner, Sètuhn Jimaja, Anja Kroeger, A. Dieter Schlüter Macromolecular Chemistry and Physics (2017) 5, 1022-1352