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PDI Ajudant Doctor/A
Department: Physical Chemistry
Despacho 0.10.2 Instituto de Ciencia Molecular (ICMol) Universidad de Valencia Catedrático José Beltrán 2 46980 Paterna ESPAÑA
(9616) 25642

Dr. Daniel Tordera is an Assistant Professor at the Physical Chemistry Department and the Molecular Science Institute of the University of Valencia. He got his BSc in Chemistry at the University of Valencia in 2009, graduated First with highest honors, as well as an Eng. in Materials Science at the European School of Chemistry, Polymers and Materials, also in 2009. He received his PhD in Nanotechnology at the University of Valencia in 2014, where he studied organic electronic systems based on ionic materials for light emission. His PhD received the Outstanding Doctorate Award by the University of Valencia and the Nanomatmol Award to the best PhD by the Spanish Royal Society of Chemistry. He then started his own company, Lec-Val Lighting, a spin-off created to commercialize the results obtained during his PhD. The company was chosen as one of the most innovative ideas by the prestigious Repsol Entrepreneurship Fund. Subsequently, he spent two years as a postdoctoral researcher at Linköping University in the field of optics and plasmonics for energy and sensing applications. In 2017, he joined Holst Centre at TNO as a Senior Researcher where he led the development on near infrared photodetector solutions, managing an interdisciplinary team of engineers and working in projects for world leading high-tech companies. Since 2020, Dr. Tordera is at the University of Valencia, where his research focuses on the topics of organic and perovskite photodetectors and light-emitting electrochemical cells. He has published more than 50 papers, with over 2200 citations and an h-index of 26. He is an inventor of 4 patents and he has presented his work in over 15 international conferences. He received the European Materials Research Society Spring Meeting Young Scientist Award in 2012 and the Society of Information Display Distinguished Paper Award in 2019. He has been a visiting researcher at the University of California, Santa Barbara (UCSB) and he is currently a guest lecturer at the ITMO University in Saint Petersburg.

Subjects taught and teaching methods
34186 - Chemistry laboratory IILaboratory, Tutoring
34192 - Informatics for ChemistryComputer Classroom, Tutoring
34196 - Physical Chemistry Laboratory ILaboratory, Tutoring
34197 - Physical Chemistry Laboratory IILaboratory, Tutoring
Second semester
Wednesday de 11:00 a 14:00. INST_CIENCIA_MOLECULAR_DESP_0_10_2
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