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Dr. Estefanía Fernandez Bartolomé

Research with us: Switchable nanomaterials
User Name: estefania.fernandez
Telephone: 8833
Fernandez Bartolomé

Estefanía Fernández Bartolomé studied her bachelor degree in Chemistry at Universidad Complutense de Madrid (Spain). Afterwards, she obtained her Master’s in Chemical Science and Technology from the same University (2015). She performed her Master’s thesis in the field of coordination chemistry in the Reyes Jimenez Aparicio´s research group. In 2020, she obtained her PhD at the SNM group, in novel switchable materials for applications as selective sensors. Her work involves the design, synthesis and characterization of different metal-based coordination and carbon-based organic dynamic compounds capable to introduce gasses and small volatile molecules providing physico-chemical response that can be used for molecules storage and sensors applications. Currently, she is working as a Postdoctoral researcher with Prof. Nazario Martín and Dr. Jose Sánchez Costa.