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José Sánchez Costa

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During his PhD in Physical-Chemistry from the ICMCB-CNRS (Bordeaux) and later throughout three European post-doctorates states at the University of Mainz, Leiden and the University of Barcelona, where he initially held a Juan de la Cierva fellowship, he became an expert in the design, synthesis and characterization of molecular-based functional materials. In 2012 he was awarded with an IEF Senior Marie Curie Fellowship at the LCC-CNRS in Toulouse to work on size-reduction effect on switchable coordination chemistry materials. Later, he obtained a “Ramon y Cajal” fellowship and joined in 2016 IMDEA Nanociencia as Assistant Research Professor. He is co-author of 71 papers (h-index=30).

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Arturo Gamonal 

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He obtained his degree in Chemistry (2008) and the Master degree in Organic Chemistry (2010) from Universidad Complutense de Madrid (UCM). During that period, he gained experience in the field of enantioselective chemistry. Afterwards, He joined the group of Prof. Juan Carlos Rodriguez Ubis at Universidad Autonoma de Madrid (UAM) where he obtained his PhD in 2015, focused in synthesis and applications of Luminescent lanthanide complexes. He then joined the group of Prof. Severino Alves at UFPE (Brazil). There, he worked on a project focused on the development of Lanthanide MOFs for identification of gun-shot residues.

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Lucía Piñeiro-López

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Dr. Lucía Piñeiro obtained her degree in Chemistry (2012- Universitat de València) and a Master degree in Nanoscience and nanotechnology (2014- Universitat de  València). In 2017, she obtained her PhD in synthesis and physico-chemical characterization of Metal-Organic Frameworks (MOF) undergoing the Spin Crossover (SCO) phenomena at the same University. Between 2017 and 2018, she worked as a postdoctoral researcher at the LCC-CNRS (Toulouse-France) thanks to a postdoctoral fellowship given by the Generalitat Valenciana. There, she focused on processing SCO compounds into thin films via ultra-high vacuum deposition and spin coating techniques. Currently, she is a Juan De La Cierva-Formación Postdoctoral researcher in Dr. Sánchez group at IMDEA Nanociencia.

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Estefanía Fernandez-Bartolomé

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Estefanía Fernández Bartolomé studied her bachelor degree in Chemistry at Universidad Complutense de Madrid (Spain). Afterwards, she obtained her Master in Chemical Science and Technology from the same University (2015). She performed her Master thesis in the field of coordination chemistry based on dimetallic rhodium species in the Reyes Jimenez Aparicio´s research group. Currently, she is doing her PhD in the group Switchable Nanomaterials at IMDEA Nanoscience under the supervision of Dr José Sánchez Costa. Her work involves the design, synthesis and characterization of different metal-based coordination compounds capable to introduce gasses and small volatile molecules providing physico-chemical response that can be used for molecules storage and sensors applications.

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Esther Resines Urien

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Esther finished her degree in Chemistry at Complutense University of Madrid in 2016. She obtained her Master’s degree in Chemical Science and Technology from the same university in 2017. Currently, she is doing her PhD in the synthesis and characterization of Spin-Cross Over complexes with Fe(II) as metal and organic ligands based on triazoles. These complexes can be switched between two different electronic states by applying external perturbations, are promising materials thanks to their potential application in various fields, such as magnetism, electrical transport and sensing devices.

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Ana Martínez Martínez

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She obtained her degree in Chemistry (2018) and her Master’s degree in  Applied Chemistry (2019) from Universidad Autónoma de Madrid. In addition, with this Master’s degree, she especialized in molecular and materials chemistry, obtaining the extraordinary prize for the best academic record.  While she was studying her grade, she joined the group SEPCO in the organic chemistry CSIC where she worked in organic-inorganic hybrids with aplication in catalysis. She did her end-of-degree and her end-of-master’s degree projects in synthesis of organometallic compounds with potential antitumor activity with the group of Prof. Isabel Cuadrado, gaining experience in the field of complexes synthesis and usual characterization techniques.

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