Carlos Martí-Gastaldo received his MSc in Chemistry (1st Hons, 91%, Extraordinary Award to the best graded) from the University of Valencia (Spain). He joined Prof. Eugenio Coronado's group at the Institute of Molecular Science (ICMol) and received his PhD 'Cum Laude' in Chemistry in 2009 for his work on 'Multifunctional Magnetic Materials by using Coordination Polymers and 2D Layered Inorganic Materials'. In 2010, he received a Marie Curie Fellowship and joined Prof. Matthew J. Rosseinsky's group in the University of Liverpool (UK) to develop biomimetic MOFs with peptide linkers. In 2013, he was awarded a University Research Fellowship by the Royal Society, which recognizes 'outstanding scientists in the UK who are in the early stages of their research career and have the potential to become leaders in their field', and founded an independent research group in Liverpool with key focus on highly-stable MOFs and 2D nanomaterials from layered inorganic solids for applications of environmental relevance like energy transport, conversion and storage. Next, he received the Ramón y Cajal (RyC) Fellowship from the Spanish government and moved to the ICMol in 2014. He has recently been awarded the 'Young Researchers Award' by the Real Sociedad Española de Química that recognises the best Spanish chemists aged 40 or below (highlighted in Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. 2015, 54, 1).

Martí-Gastaldo's research interests lie at the frontiers between Chemistry and Materials Science. He has published close to 60 articles in peer-reviewed journals, 1 patent and 1 book chapter. He appears in the ranking of the ISI Essential Science Indicators as one of the most cited scientists in Chemistry (position 8441).


Refereed papers in primary journals (ordered by most recent publication):


2016
[1] “High-Quality Metal−Organic Framework Ultrathin Films for Electronically Active Interfaces” V. Rubio-Giménez, S. Tatay, F. Volatron, F. J. Martínez-Casado, C. Martí-Gastaldo*, E. Coronado, J. Am. Chem. Soc. (2016), 138, 2576-2584.
[2] “Small-pore driven high capacitance in a hierarchical carbon via carbonization of Ni-MOF-74 at low temperatures” J. A. Carrasco, J. Romero, G. Abellán, J. Hernández-Saz, S. I. Molina, C. Martí-Gastaldo*, E. Coronado, Chem. Commun. (2016), 52, 9141-9144 (2016 Emerging Investigators Issue).
[3] “Redes Metal-Orgánicas basadas en oligopéptidos” C. Martí-Gastaldo Anales de Química (2016), 112, 59-68.
[4] “Selective and Efficient Removal of Mercury from Aqueous Media by the Highly Flexible Arms of a bioMOF” M. Mon, F. Lloret, J. Ferrando-Soria, C. Martí-Gastaldo, D. Armentano, E. Pardo, Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. (2016), DOI: 10.1002/anie.201606015.

2015
[1] “Sponge-Like Behaviour in Isoreticular Cu(Gly-His-X) Peptide-Based Porous Materials” C. Martí-Gastaldo*, J. E. Warren, M. E. Briggs, J. E. Armstrong, K. E. Thomas, M. J. Rosseinsky Chem. Eur. J. (2015), 21, 16027-16034 (hot paper).
[2] “Hybrid Materials Based on Magnetic Layered Double Hydroxides: A Molecular Perspective” G. Abellán, C. Martí-Gastaldo, A. Ribera, E. Coronado Acc. Chem. Res. (2015), 48, 1601-1611.
[3] “Chemical and Structural Stability of Zirconium-based Metal-Organic Frameworks with Large Three-Dimensional Pores by Linker Engineering” S. Kalidindi, S. Nayak, M.E. Briggs, S. Jansat, A. Katsoulidis, G.J. Miller, J.E. Warren, D. Antypov, M. Prestley, C. Martí-Gastaldo, M.J. Rosseinsky Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. (2015), 127, 223-228.

2014
[1] “Photo-switching in a Hybrid Material made of Magnetic Layered Double Hydroxides Intercalated with Azoben-zene Molecules” G. Abellán, E. Coronado, C. Martí-Gastaldo*, J. L. Jordá, H. García Adv. Mater. (2014), 26, 4156-4162 (VIP paper & cover picture).
[2] “Charge transfer interactions in self-assembled single walled carbon nanotubes/Dawson–Wells polyoxometalate hybrids” C. Bosch-Navarro, B. Matt, G. Izzet, C. Romero-Nieto, K. Dirian, A. Raya, S. I. Molina, A. Proust, D. M. Guldi, C. Martí-Gastaldo*, E. Coronado Chem. Sci. (2014), 5, 4346-4354.
[3] “Sidechain control of porosity closure in single and multiple peptide-based porous materials by cooperative folding” C. Martí-Gastaldo, D. Antypov, J. E. Warren, M. E. Briggs, P. A. Chater, P. V. Wiper, G. J. Miller, Y. Z. Khimyak, G. R. Darling, N. G. Berry, M. J. Rosseinsky Nature Chemistry (2014) 6, 343-351.
[4] “Guest-Adaptable and Water-Stable Peptide-Based Porous Materials by Imidazolate Side Chain Control” A. P. Katsoulidis, K. Park, D. Antypov, C. Martí-Gastaldo, G. J. Miller, J. E. Warren, C. M. Robertson, F. Blanc, G. R. Darling, N. G. Berry, J. A. Purton, D. J. Adams, M. J. Rosseinsky Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. (2014), 53, 193-198.
[5] “Confined growth of Carbon Nanoforms in one-dimension by fusion of anthracene rings inside the pores of MCM-41” C. Bosch-Navarro, E. Coronado, C. Martí-Gastaldo*, P. Amorós Nanoscale (2014) 6, 7981-7990. (corresponding author).

2013
[1] “Interplay between Chemical Composition and Cation Ordering in the Magnetism of Ni/Fe Layered Double Hy-droxides” G. Abellán, E. Coronado, C. Martí-Gastaldo*, A. Ribera, J.C. Waerenborgh Inorg. Chem. (2013) 52, 17, 10147-10157.
[2] “Single Sublattice Endotaxial Phase Separation Driven by Charge Frustration in a Complex Oxide” A. Demont, R. Sayers, M.A. Tsiamtsouri, S. Romani, P.A. Chater, H. Niu, C. Martí-Gastaldo, Z. Xu, Z. Deng, Y. Bréard, M.F. Thomas, J.B. Claridge, M.J. Rosseinsky J. Am. Chem. Soc. (2013) 135, 10114–10123.
[3] “Illustrating the Processability of Magnetic Layered Double Hydroxides: Layer-by-Layer Assembly of Magnetic Ultrathin Films” E. Coronado, C. Martí-Gastaldo*, E. Navarro-Moratalla, A. Ribera, S. Tatay Inorg. Chem. (2013) 52, 6214–6222.
[4] “Controllable coverage of chemically modified graphene sheets with gold nanoparticles by thermal treatment of graphite oxide with N,N-dimethylformamide” C. Bosch-Navarro, E. Coronado, C. Martí-Gastaldo* Carbon (2013) 54, 201–207.
[5] “Influence of the covalent grafting of organic radicals to graphene on its Magnetoresistance” C. Bosch-Navarro, F. Busolo, E. Coronado, Y. Duan, C. Martí-Gastaldo*, H. Prima-García J. Mater. Chem. C (2013), 1, 4590-4598.
[6] “Hybrid Magnetic Superconductors Formed by TaS2 Layers and Spin Crossover Complexes” E. Coronado, M. Giménez-Marqués, C. Martí-Gastaldo, G. Mínguez Espallargas, E. Navarro-Moratalla, J.C. Waerenborgh Inorg. Chem. (2013) 52, 8451-8460.
[7] "Magnetic Nanocomposites Formed by FeNi3 Nanoparticles Embedded in Graphene. Application as Superca-pacitors” G. Abellán, E. Coronado, C. Martí-Gastaldo, A. Ribera, T.F. Otero Part. Part. Syst. Charact. (2013) 30, 853-863.
[8] “The Use of Polyoxometalates in the Design of Layer-Like Hybrid Salts Containing Cationic Mn4 Single-Molecule Magnets” S. Cardona-Serra, J.M. Clemente-Juan, E. Coronado, C. Martí-Gastaldo, E. Navarro-Moratalla Eur. J. Inorg. Chem. (2013) 1903–1909.

2012
[1] “Intercalation of cobalt(II)-tetraphenylporphine tetrasulfonate complex in magnetic NiFe-layered double hydrox-ide” G. Abellán, E. Coronado, C. J. Gómez-García, C. Martí-Gastaldo, A. Ribera Polyhedron (2013) 52, 216–221.
[2] “Enhanced stability in rigid peptide-based porous materials” C. Martí-Gastaldo, J. E. Warren, K. S. Stylianou, N. O. Flack, M. J. Rosseinsky Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. (2012) 51, 11044–11048.
[3] “Hybrid Magnetic Multilayers by intercalation of Cu (II) phthalocyanine in LDH hosts” G. Abellán, F. Busolo, E. Coronado, C. Martí-Gastaldo*, A. Ribera J. Phys. Chem. C (2012) 116, 15756-15764.
[4] “Graphene electrochemical responses sense surroundings” J. G. Martínez, T. F. Otero, C. Bosch-Navarro, E. Coronado, C. Martí-Gastaldo, H. Prima-Garcia Electrochim. Acta (2012) 81, 49-57.
[5] “Influence of the pH on the Synthesis of reduced Graphene Oxide under Hydrothermal Conditions” C. Bosch-Navarro, E. Coronado, C. Martí-Gastaldo*, Juan F. Sánchez-Royo, M. Gomez-Gomez Nanoscale (2012) 4, 3977-3982.
[6] “Electrostatic Anchoring of Mn4 Single-Molecule Magnets on Chemically Modified Multi-Walled Carbon Nano-tubes” C. Bosch-Navarro, E. Coronado, C. Martí-Gastaldo*, B. Rodríguez-González, L. M. Liz-Marzán Adv. Func. Mater. (2012) 22, 979-988 (cover picture).
[7] “Layered double hydroxide (LDH) – organic hybrids as precursors for the low-temperature chemical synthesis of carbon nanoforms” G. Abellán, E. Coronado, C. Martí-Gastaldo, A. Ribera, Juan F. Sánchez-Royo, Chem. Sci. (2012) 3, 1481-1485.

2011
[1] “Hybrid Magnetic/Superconducting materials obtained by insertion of a Single Molecule Magnet into TaS2 lay-ers” E. Coronado, C. Martí-Gastaldo, E. Navarro-Moratalla, E. Burzurí, A. Camón, F. Luis Adv. Mater. (2011) 23, 5021-5026.
[2] “Role of deprotonation and Cu migration in determining the reaction pathways of oxalic acid adsorption in Cu(111)” M. N. Faraggi, C. Rogero, A. Arnau, M. Trelka, D. Ecija, C. Isvoranu, J. Schnadt, C. Martí-Gastaldo, E. Coronado, J. M. Gallego, R. Otero, R. Miranda J. Phys. Chem. C (2011) 115, 21177-21182.
[3] I. Guillamon, H. Suderow, J. G. Rodrigo, S. Vieira, P. Rodiere, L. Cario, E. Navarro-Moratalla, C. Martí-Gastaldo, E. Coronado, “Chiral charge order in the superconductor 2H-TaS2” New J. Phys. (2011) 13, 103020.
[4] “Multifunctionality in Hybrid Magnetic Materials based on bimetallic oxalate complexes” E. Coronado, M. Clemente-León, C. Martí-Gastaldo, F. M. Romero Chem. Soc. Rev. (2011) 40, 473-497 (cover picture).

2010
[1] “Coexistence of Superconductivity and Magnetism by chemical design” E. Coronado, C. Martí-Gastaldo, E. Navarro-Moratalla, A. Ribera, S. J. Blundell, P. Baker Nature Chemistry (2010), 12, 1031-1036 (merited the Sus-Chem-Postdoc Award 2011).
[2] “Intercalation of two-dimensional oxalate-bridged molecule-based magnets into layered double hydroxide hosts” E. Coronado, C. Martí-Gastaldo, E. Navarro-Moratalla, A. Ribera, J. R. Galán-Mascarós J. Mater. Chem. (2010) 20, 9476-9483.
[3] “Spin-lattice relaxation via quantum tunneling in an Er3+ -polyoxometalate molecular magnet” F. Luis, M. J. Mar-tínez-Pérez, O. Montero, E. Coronado, S. Cardona-Serra, C. Martí-Gastaldo, J. M. Clemente-Juan, J. Sesé, D. Drung, T. Schurig Phys. Rev. B. (2010) 82, 020403.
[4] “Hexagonal nanosheets from the exfoliation of Ni2+-Fe3+ LDHs: a route towards layered multifunctional materi-als” G. Abellán, E. Coronado, C. Martí-Gastaldo, E. Pinilla-Cienfuegos, A. Ribera J. Mater. Chem. (2010) 20, 7451-7455.
[5] “Pollymetallic oxalate-based 2D magnets: soluble precursors for the nanostructuration of magnetic oxides” E. Coronado, C. Martí-Gastaldo, J. R. Galán-Mascarós, M. Cavallini J. Am. Chem. Soc. (2010) 132, 5456-5468.
[6] “Confined growth of cyanide-based magnets in two dimensions” E. Coronado, C. Martí-Gastaldo, E. Navarro-Moratalla, A. Ribera Inorg. Chem. (2010) 49, 1313-1315. [7] “Intercalation of [M(ox)3]3- (MIII = Cr, Rh) complexes into NiII-FeIII LDH materials” E. Coronado, C. Martí-Gastaldo, E. Navarro-Moratalla, A. Ribera App. Clay. Sci. (2010) 48, 228-234.

2009
[1] “Design of bimetallic chains based in oxalate complexes: towards single chain magnets” E. Coronado, J. R. Galán-Mascarós, C. Martí-Gastaldo CrystEngComm (2009) 11, 2143-2153.
[2] “Mononuclear Lanthanide Single Molecule Magnets based on the polyoxometalates [Ln(W5O18)2]9- and [Ln(2-W11O39)2]13- (LnIII = Tb, Dy, Ho, Er, Tm and Yb)” M. A. Aldamen, S. Cardona-Serra, J. M. Clemente-Juan, E. Coro-nado, A. Gaita-Ariño, C. Martí-Gastaldo, F. Luis, O. Montero Inorg. Chem. (2009) 48, 3467-3479.

2008
[1] “Solid-state electrochemistry of LDH-supported polyaniline hybrid inorganic-organic materials” A. Doménech, E. Coronado, N. Lardiés, C. Martí-Gastaldo, M. T. Doménech-Carbó, A. Ribera J. Electroanalytical Chem. (2008) 624, 275-286.
[2] “Single Chain Magnets based in the oxalate ligand” E. Coronado, J. R. Galán-Mascarós, C. Martí-Gastaldo J. Am. Chem. Soc. (2008) 130, 14987-14989.
[3] “Synthesis, structure and physical characterization of the dimer [(bpy)2Co]2(TPOA)44+” C. Martí-Gastaldo, Z. R. Qu, S. Tatay, M. Ruben, J. R. Galán-Mascarós J. Mol. Structure (2008) 890, 272-276.
[4] “Magnetic properties of NiII-CrIII Layered Double Hydroxide materials” J. J. Almansa, E. Coronado, C. Martí-Gastaldo, A. Ribera Eur. J. Inorg. Chem. (2008) 5642-5648.
[5] “Spontaneous magnetization in Ni-Al and Ni-Fe Layered Double Hydroxides” E. Coronado, J. R. Galán-Mascarós, C. Martí-Gastaldo, A. Ribera, E. Palacios, M. Castro, R. Burriel Inorg. Chem. (2008) 47, 9103-9110.
[6] “Oxalate-based soluble 2D magnets: the series [K(18-crown-6)][MII3MIII(ox)33]” E. Coronado, J. R. Galán-Mascarós; C. Martí-Gastaldo, J. C. Waerenborgh, P. Gaczynski Inorg. Chem. (2008) 47, 6829-6839.
[7] “A neutral 2D oxalate-based soluble magnet assembled by hydrogen bonding interactions” E. Coronado, J. R. Galán-Mascarós, C. Martí-Gastaldo Inorg. Chim. Acta (2008) 361, 4017-4023.
[8] “A Co2O2 metallacycle exclusively supported by L-valine” J. R. Galan-Mascarós, C. Martí-Gastaldo, A. Murcia-Martínez Solid State Sci. (2008) 10, 1800-1803.
[9] “Mononuclear Lanthanide Single-Molecule Magnets Based on Polyoxometalates” M. A. Aldamen, J. M. Modes-to-Clemente, E. Coronado, C. Martí-Gastaldo, A. Gaita-Ariño J. Am. Chem. Soc. (2008) 130, 8874-8875.
[10] “Self-Assembly of a Copper(II)-based Metallosupramolecular Hexagon” E. Coronado, J. R. Galán-Mascarós, P. Gaviña, C. Martí-Gastaldo, F. M. Romero, S. Tatay Inorg. Chem. (2008) 47, 5197-5203.

2007
[1] “Magnetic molecular nanostructures: Design of magnetic molecular materials as monolayers, multilayers and thin films” E. Coronado, C. Martí-Gastaldo, S. Tatay App. Surf. Sci. (2007) 254, 225-235.
[2] “A “Cation-Less” Oxalate-Based Ferromagnet Formed by Neutral Bimetallic Layers” E. Coronado, J. R. Galán-Mascarós, C. Martí-Gastaldo Inorg. Chem. (2007) 46, 8108-8110.
[3] “Controlling the dimensionality of oxalate-based bimetallic complexes: The ferromagnetic chain K(18-crown-6)[Mn(bby)Cr(ox)3]” E. Coronado, J. R. Galán-Mascarós, C. Martí-Gastaldo Polyhedron (2007) 26, 2101-2104.
[4] “Supramolecular stabilization of the phosphite-based polyoxomolybdate [Mo6(PO3)(HPO3)3O18]9-“ J. R. Galán-Mascarós, C. Martí-Gastaldo Polyhedron (2007) 26, 626-630.

2006
[1] “Insertion of Magnetic Bimetallic Oxalate Complexes into Layered Double Hydroxides” E. Coronado, J. R. Ga-lan-Mascarós, C. Martí-Gastaldo Chem. Mater. (2006) 18, 6112-6114.
[2] “Heptacoordinated MnII in oxalate-based bimetallic 2D magnets: synthesis and characterisation of [Mn(L)6][Mn(CH3OH)MIII(ox)3]2 (MIII = Cr, Rh; ox = oxalate dianion; L = H2O, CH3OH)” E. Coronado, J. R. Galán-Mascarós, C. Martí-Gastaldo, A. Murcia-Martínez Dalton Trans. (2006) 3294-3299.
[3] “Oxalate-based 2D magnets: the series [NBu4][MIIMnIII(ox)3] (MII = Fe, Co, Ni, Zn; ox = oxalate dianion)” E. Coronado, J. R. Galán-Mascarós, C. Martí-Gastaldo J. Mater. Chem. (2006) 16, 2685-2689.
[4] “Synthesis and characterization of a soluble bimetallic oxalate-based bidimensional magnet: [K(18-crown-6)]3[Mn3(H2O)4Cr(ox)3]” E. Coronado, J. R. Galán-Mascarós, C. Martí-Gastaldo Inorg. Chem. (2006) 45, 1882-1884.

2005
[1] “Synthesis, structure and magnetic properties of the oxalate-based bimetallic ferromagnetic chain [K(18-crown-6)][Mn(H2O)2Cr(ox)3]” E. Coronado, J. R. Galán-Mascarós, C. Martí-Gastaldo, C. J. Gómez-García Inorg. Chem. (2005) 44, 6197-6202.
[2] “Reversible Colorimetric Probes for Mercury Sensing” E. Coronado, J. R. Galan-Mascarós, C. Martí-Gastaldo, E. Palomares, J. R. Durrant, R. Vilar, M. Gratzel, Md. K. Nazeeruddin J. Am. Chem. Soc. (2005) 127, 12351-12356.

Book chapters:
[1] Crystal Engineering of Multifunctional Molecular Materials E. Coronado, C. Giménez-Saiz, C. Martí-Gastaldo En-gineering of Crystalline Materials Properties, ed. J. J. Novoa, D. Braga, L. Addadi, Springer (2008).

Patents:
[1] E. Coronado, J. R. Galán-Mascarós, C. Martí-Gastaldo “Homo and heterometallic oxalate-based soluble coordi-nation polymers and their use in the obtention of spinel-like oxides” Organization: Universidad de Valencia. Patent numbers: WO2009130359-A1; ES2313851-B1 Filed, May 2009 (Spain).
Research

Porous materials play key roles in modern catalysis, storage and separation technologies. Metal-Organic Frameworks (MOFs) are porous, molecular solids built from the linking of organic and inorganic components with coordinative bonds. MOFs display topologically regular structures with high porosity and internal surface areas ranging from 1.000 to 10.000 m2.g-1, values substantially higher than those displayed by more traditional materials like carbon and zeolites. MOFs offer appealing advantages over classical solids from combination of high surface areas with the crystallinity of inorganic materials and the synthetic versatility (unlimited combination of metals and linkers for fine tuning of properties) and processability of organic materials. Provided chemical stability, combination of porosity with manipulable electrical and optical properties might open a new world of possibilities, with MOFs playing an emerging role in fields of key environmental value like photovoltaics, photocatalysis, electrocatalysis or supercapacitors Major research topics are listed below with the researchers associated to each one of them:

1. New synthetic routes for hydrolytically stable MOFs (new synthetic platforms for new materials): .
2. More advanced crystalline materials to feature tunable function by chemical manipulation of MOF’s optical/electrical properties and pore activity (function-led chemical engineering): .
3. High-quality MOF ultrathin films, reliant on the transfer of single-layers, alongside establishing the techniques required for evaluating their electric properties (device integration): .
4. Synthesis and derivatization of biologically inspired MOFs for low-temperature applications: , .


Participation in funded R&D&I projects.

Martí-Gastaldo has participated in 12 national (funded by the Spanish MINECO or the Valencia Government) and 5 international (European Union & UK funding bodies) research projects.

Funding as Principal Investigator:

'Electro-active Metal-Organic Frameworks' (GV/2016/137; 16 k€) Funded by Generalitat Valenciana (2016-2018).
'Highly efficient proton transport in MOFs' (UV-INV-PRECOMP14-202646; 11 k€) Funded by Universidad de Valencia (2014-2015).
Ramón y Cajal Fellowship (RYC-2012-10894): 308 k€. Funded by MINECO (2014-2019).
'Hierarchically Assembled 3D Architectures and Single-Layers for Energy Production and Storage' (RG130392): 197 k€. EPSRC (2014-2017).
'Layered Solids and 2D Nanomaterials for Energy Conversion and Storage' (UF-120137): 660 k€. Funded by the Royal Society (2013-2018).
'Multifunctional Metal-Organic Frameworks' (IEF-253369): 175 k€. Funded by European Union Research Executive Agency (REA; 2010-2012).
Fellowships and Awards.

(2015) Prize for Young Researchers granted by the Real Sociedad Española de Química (RSEQ, Spain); X Scientific-Technical Prize ‘Ciudad de Algemesí’ for young researchers granted by the Algemesí City Council (Spain).
(2014) ERC Starting grant finalist.
(2013) Ramón y Cajal Fellowship awarded by the MINECO (Spain).
(2013) University Research Fellowship awarded by the Royal Society (UK).
(2011) ‘Postdoc SusChem Prize’ to young chemistry researchers in a postdoctoral stage granted by the RSEQ and the Spanish Technological Platform of Sustainable Chemistry (SusChem-ES); Honorable mention in the VI Scientific-Technical Prize ‘Ciudad de Algemesí’.
(2010) Marie Curie Fellowship granted by the European Union Research Executive Agency (REA); ‘NanoMatMol Prize’ to the best thesis in Nanoscience and Molecular Materials granted by the RSEQ; ‘Best thesis in Chemistry’ awarded by the Universidad de Valencia (Spain).
(2009) ‘Young Researcher Olivier Kahn Recognition’, awarded by the European Institute of Molecular Magnetism (EIMM).
(2005) ‘2nd CPV award’ in the Molecular Materials National School held in Boí Taüll (Spain).
(2004) FPU Predoctoral Fellowship granted by the Spanish Ministry of Education; Award to the best graded 1998-2003 Chemistry Master’s student by the Universidad de Valencia (Spain).


Víctor Rubio

Victor Rubio-Giménez

PhD student

Programmable SURMOF architectures (2014-)

Javier Castells

Javier Castells

PhD student

High-stability in MOFs (2014-)

José Navarro

José Navarro

Master student

Enantiopure MOFs for chiral separation (2015-)

Joan Almela

Joan Almela

Master student

Biologically inspired MOFs (2016-)

Alejandro Nunez

Alejandro Núñez

Master student

Photoactivity in highly-stable MOFs, (2016-)

Gemma Penalver

Gemma Peñalver

Undergraduate

Confined growth of conducting polymers in MOFs (2016)

Ismael Mullor-Ruiz

Ismael Mullor-Ruiz

Master student

Electroactive MOFs (2014-2016)

Dr. Efrén Navarro-Moratalla

Dr. Efrén Navarro-Moratalla

Thesis title: 'Two-dimensional materials: from magnetic multilayers to superconducting single layers' (2008-2013) Currently: Post-doc at the MIT, USA.

Dr. Concepción Bosch-Navarro

Dr. Concepción Bosch-Navarro

Thesis title: ‘Multifunctional hybrid nanocomposites based on carbon nanotubes and chemically modified graphene’ (2008-2013) Currently: Post-doc at the University of Warwick, UK.