Prof. Julia Pérez-Prieto

Julia Pérez-Prieto is the leader of the Photoreactivity Group at the Molecular Science Institute of theUniversityofValencia,Spain. She received her PhD in organic chemistry from theUniversityofOviedo(Spain) under the direction of Prof. José Barluenga and Prof. Gregorio Asensio. In 2007, she became a full Professor at theUniversityofValencia. She has co-authored over 100 papers, making contributions to research in catalysis and photo-induced processes. At present, her main interests are the design, synthesis, and study of photophysical properties, as well as the application of functional polymers, and semiconductor- and metal-nanoparticles as sensors and photocatalysts.

Prof. Pérez-Prieto is theValencia coordinator of the “Sustainable Chemistry” Master and Doctorate programmes (sustainablechemistryval.com), as well as the interuniversity coordinator of the “Experimental and Industrial Organic Chemistry” Master and Doctorate programmes (masterenorganica.com); both of these are official and inter-university PhD programmes.  Dr. Pérez Prieto is the Associate Editor of the EPA Newsletter.

 

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Postal Address:
Universidad de Valencia
Instituto de Ciencia Molecular (ICMOL)
Catedrático José Beltrán, 2

Office: 1.2.5 (ICMOL)
46980Paterna,Spain

Phone:   +34.96.354.3050        
Fax: +34.96.354.3274

Prof. Maria Elena Zaballos-García

Maria Elena Zaballos García obtained her PhD from the University of Valencia under the direction of Prof. Jose Sepúlveda Arques in 1986.  Prof. Zaballos has been an associate professor at theUniversityofValenciasince 2008 and has taken part in different research projects in organic chemistry (heterocyclic chemistry, asymmetric synthesis, and photochemistry).  Prof. Zaballos has supervised several end-of-studies projects, minor and PhD theses, and has co-authored fifty research articles.  Prof. Zaballos has been a member of the research group lead by Prof. Julia Perez-Prieto since 2007 and her research interests are focused on the synthesis of multifunctional compounds. 

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Dr. Raquel E. Galian

Raquel E. Galian received her PhD in chemistry from the National University of Cordoba, Argentina (2001). Dr. Galian was a postdoctoral research fellow at the Polytechnic University of Valencia (2002–2003, Prof. Miranda),University of Valencia(2004–2005, Prof. Pérez-Prieto), and University of Ottawa(2005– 2006, Prof. Scaiano). In 2007, she was awarded a Ramón y Cajal contract as a researcher at the University of Valencia where she is still working. She has made contributions to research in photosensitized processes induced by aromatic ketones and functionalization with fluorescent quantum dots of novel materials, such as photonic crystal fibres. Dr. Galian has been a member of the research group lead by Prof. Julia Pérez-Prieto since 2006 and her research interests focus on the design of semiconductor nanoparticles to be used as photocatalysts and sensors.

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Dr. María González Béjar

Dr. María González Béjar joined Prof. Perez-Prieto´s research group in October 2002 at the Department of Organic Chemistry/ Molecular Science Institute (ICMOL) at the Universityof Valencia. In November 2004, she obtained her M.Sc. in Organic Chemistry (DEA). From June 2005 to August 2005 she worked at the Lehrstuhl für Organische Chemie I of TU-München under the supervision of Prof. Bach. She earned her PhD in Chemistry in April 2007. During her postdoc, she developed new sensors based on the interaction of quantum dots with organic molecules in Prof. Scaiano´s group at theUniversity ofOttawa. She has recently joined Prof. Pérez-Prieto´s group thanks to Juan dela Cierva programme. During these years, she has been working in physical and organic chemistry laboratories and contributed to key areas of photochemistry (mechanisms and photosynthetic processes) and nanomaterials and their applications (antenna/transmitter effect, sensors and catalysis).

Salvador Pocoví Martínez

Salvador Pocoví Martínez was born in Valencia, Spain (1984). He received his bachelor’s degree in chemistry from the University of Valencia in 2008. He finished his Master’s degree in Sustainable Chemistry in 2009. He is a PhD candidate under the supervision of Prof. Julia Pérez Prieto at the University of Valencia His research interest focuses on the design of functional gold nanoparticles and polymers.

 

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Carlos Eduardo Agudelo Morales

Carlos Eduardo Agudelo Morales was born in Colombia and received his degree in environmental engineering in 2008 from the National University of Colombia. He has a “Santiago Grisolia” grant and works in the (Photo) Chemistry Reactivity Team-ICMOL headed by Prof. Julia Pérez-Prieto. He is currently conducting studies for his Master’s degree in Sustainable Chemistry at the University of Valencia.

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Julie Paulin Vanegas García

Julie Paulin Vanegas Garcia, was born in Bogota, Colombia, completed his studies in Bachelor of Chemistry in 2009 at the Universidad Distrital Francisco José de Caldas, Bogotá. Julie Paulin Vanegas García Santiago Grisolia scholarship program within the group of ICMOL Photochemical Reactivity, under the direction of Prof. Julia Pérez Prieto. She is currently Master studies in Organic Chemistry Experimental and industrial at the University of Valencia.

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Laura Francés Soriano

Laura Francés Soriano nació en 1988, finalizó sus estudios de Licenciatura en Químicas por la Universidad de Valencia en 2011. Laura obtuvo su Máster en Química Sostenible en 2012 y actualmente está realizando su tesis doctoral. Desde marzo de 2013 es becaria FPU. Su investigación se centra en el diseño de nanopartículas de “up-conversion” y la aplicación de estos sistemas en bioimagen y como fotosensibilizadores.

 

 

Soranyel González Carrero

Soranyel nació en Mérida, Venezuela, y finalizó sus estudios de Licenciatura en Químicas en el año 2008, en la Universidad de Los Andes, Mérida-Venezuela. Soranyel está actualmente realizando su Máster en Química Orgánica Experimental e Industrial. Su investigación se centra en el diseño de nanopartículas semiconductoras de interés como sensores.

 

 

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