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Visiting Professor

 

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Eric Anglaret is Professor at U. Montpellier (UM) since 1996, after a PhD in UM and a postdoc at U.C. Berkeley. He’s an experimental physicist, with special interests on optical spectroscopy of carbon and metal nanomaterials. He is teaching Materials Science in Polytech Montpellier, the graduate school of engineering of UM, where he is also in charge of international affairs. During his career, he spent two sabbatical years abroad in U. Montréal (2004) and Atotech GmbH Berlin (2013), and is currently a visiting scientist at IMDEA Nanociencia in the group of Emilio Pérez.

 

PostDoctoral Researcher

 

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Manuel obtained his bachelor and master degree in Chemistry from the Universidade de Santiago de Compostela (USC, Spain). During this period, he joined the group of Dr. Agnieszka Węgrzyn at Uniwersytet Jagielloński (UJ, Poland) working on vermiculite-based catalysts (2011) and the group of Enrique Guitián at CIQUS (USC, Spain) working on the synthesis of imides derived from PAHs (2012 and 2013). In 2018, Manuel obtained his PhD under the direction of Prof. Maurizio Prato from the Università degli Studi di Trieste (UNITS, Italy) with a thesis entitled "Covalent Functionalization of Graphene Derivatives for Novel Carbon Interfaces". Then, he joined the group of Prof. Byoung Hun Lee at Gwangju Institute of Science and Technology (GIST, South Korea) working on the optimization of device fabrication for 2D materials using graphene (2018). Currently, he is a Postdoctoral researcher at IMDEA with Prof. Emilio M. Pérez in the field of 2D materials. 

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Wei obtained his bachelor and master degree from Hefei University of Technology and Sichuan University (China), respectively. After working in PetroChina as an engineer, he joined the group of Prof. Jianhua Hao in Hong Kong Polytechnic University and obtained his PhD in 2019. Currently, he is a Postdoctoral researcher at IMDEA with Prof. Emilio M. Pérez in the field of polymer science and modification of carbon nanotubes.

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Wanzheng Zhang obtained his PhD from Shanghai JiaoTong University in 2017. His research focused on the design and synthesis of BN-embedded polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons, which were used as new types of organic semiconductors and sensors. He came to University of Erlangen-Nuremberg as a postdoctoral researcher in 2018 working on the chemical functionalization of 2D materials. Currently, he is a postdoctoral researcher at IMDEA. His research interest is to interface polymers and mechanically interlocked single-walled carbon nanotubes.

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PhD Student

 

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Sofía Mena Hernando studied her bachelor degree in Chemistry at Complutense University of Madrid (Spain) carrying out the last course in Aarhus University/ Interdisciplinary Nanoscience Center (Denmark). Afterwards, she did her master course in Organic Chemistry at Autónoma University of Madrid.

At this moment she is doing her PhD in Supramolecular Chemistry in IMDEA Nanoscience focus her research on organic synthesis and (sub)molecular motion.

Phone: +34 912998831

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Julia Villalva studied Chemistry at the Autónoma University of Madrid (UAM). She obtained a master’s degree in Organic Chemistry in the same university. Currently, she is a PhD student in the Laboratory for Chemistry of Low-Dimensional Materials at IMDEA Nanoscience.

Phone: +34 912998838

Twitter:  @JulsVillalva

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Mariano Vera Hidalgo studied his Degree in Chemistry at Universidad Autónoma of Madrid (UAM, Spain). He obtained his Master in Organic Chemistry in the same university in 2015. After the Post-Degree, he started working at Instituto de Química Orgánica General (IQOG-CSIC) with Prof. Alfonso Fernández Mayoralas. Finally, he worked in Centro de Química Aplicada y Biotecnología (CQAB) at Universidad of Alcalá (UAH) (Madrid, Spain) as Researcher Assistant. Currently, he is doing his Ph.D in the Laboratory of Low-Dimensional Materials at IMDEA Nanoscience in the group of Emilio Pérez. His work involves the synthesis and functionalization of Mechanical Interlocked of Nanotubes (MINTs).

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Tomás Nicolás-García finished his Bachelor degree in Chemistry at University of Murcia (Spain) in 2016. He obtained a Master´s degree in Fine and Molecular Chemistry from the same university in 2017. In this stage, he joined the group of Prof. José Berná during 3 years, working in the area of mechanically interlocked molecular architectures (MIMAs).
Currently, he is a PhD student in the Laboratory for Chemistry of Low-Dimensional Materials at IMDEA Nanoscience.

Phone: +34 912998838

Twitter:  @tnicolasgarcia
Researchgate: https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Tomas_Nicolas-Garcia

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Sara Moreno Da Silva studied Chemistry at the Universidad Complutense de Madrid, UCM, in Madrid (Spain). She joined the group headed by Prof. Dr. Iztok Turel based at the Faculty of Chemistry and Chemical Technology of the University of Ljubljana, Slovenia. Place where she finished her Bachelor degree. She obtained a Master degree in Chemistry and Chemical Technology at the Universidad Complutense de Madrid where she collaborated in the research group headed by Prof. Dr. Reyes Jiménez Aparicio.
Currently, she is a PhD student in the group headed by Dr. Emilio M. Pérez in the Laboratory for Chemistry of Low-Dimensional Materials at IMDEA nanoscience. Her work involves supramolecular chemistry and its study using electronic microscopy.

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Ramiro Quirós studied Chemistry at the University of Oviedo (Spain), beginning his investigational career working with transition metal catalysis. He then moved to the Autonomous University of Madrid to study a Master's programme focused on the investigation in Organic Chemistry, where he worked with heterogeneous catalysts based on graphene derivatives and transition metals. Currently, he is a Ph.D. student in the Laboratory for Chemistry of Low-Dimensional Materials at IMDEA Nanoscience.

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Alicia Naranjo Chacón studied her bachelor degree in Chemistry at University of Castilla-La Mancha (Ciudad Real, Spain). She obtained a Master’s degree in Molecular Nanoscience and Nanotechnology in the same university in 2019 (Toledo, Spain). Place where she collaborated in the research group headed by Dra. Ester Vázquez Fernández-Pacheco in the study of different hidrogels and carbon nanomaterials and its application in several areas.

Currently, she is a PhD student in the group headed by Dr. Emilio M. Pérez in the laboratory for Chemistry of Low-Dimensional Materials at IMDEA Nanoscience.

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Laboratory Technician

 

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Cristina Arenas obtained her Higher Technical Certificate in Chemical Laboratory of Analysis and Quality Control at Lope de Vega institute of Madrid (Spain) in 2017. She also studied Intermediate Degree of Chemical Laboratory at the same institution and she graduated in 2014. She performed the mandatory field work at Research Center of CEPSA Química in Alcalá de Henares (Spain), where she developed the optimization of the oil extraction in the petrochemical laboratory, and at the ALKEMI S.A. in the chemical and microbiological analysis and quality control department in Coslada (Spain), performing food, pharmaceutical and organic products quality tests analysis.

Currently, she is working as chemical laboratory technician in IMDEA Nanoscience.

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Silvia Miranda studied her bachelor and master degree in Organic Chemistry at Complutense University of Madrid (Spain). During this period, she joined the group of Prof. Antonio Garcia Martinez at Complutense University of Madrid where she has acquired experience in the field of organic synthesis. Particularly, she has synthesized chiral ligands to perform asymmetric catalysis. In November 2010, she started in CSIC, in the research group of Drs. José Cristóbal López and Ana María Gómez, where she worked in a carbohydrate chemistry area; paying special attention to the development of new methodologies in organic synthesis. In summer on 2013, she carried through a short stay in University of Bristol for 3 months, under the supervision of Dr. Carmen Galán.

At the moment, she started to work in Emilio M. Perez´s group of IMDEA Nanoscience developing a project "Synthesis of the molecular swimmer" together with Sofia Mena.  

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Alumni

Dr. M. Mar Bernal (Postdoc 2012-2014)

Dr. Prabhash Mishra (Postdoc 2014)

Dr. María Soria (Postdoc 2014-2016)

Dr. Alejandro López-Moreno (PhD 2012-2016)

Dr. Alberto de Juan (PhD 2012-2016)

Dr. Sofía Leret (PhD 2013-2017)

Dr. Belén Nieto-Ortega (Postdoc 2015-2017)

Dr. Matías Blanco (Postdoc 2016-2017)

Dr. Emerson Giovanelli (Postdoc 2014-2017)

Dr. Teresa Naranjo (PhD 2014-2018)

Dr. Leire de Juan (PhD 2014-2018)

Dr. Amalia Rapakousiou (Postdoc 2017-2018)