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Nanochemistry

RESEARCH

DEPARTMENTS
Microand
RESEARCH GROUPS
Nanochemistry
Microfabrication-and-Exploratory-Nanotech
Nanofabrication-for-Opto--Electronic-Applications

DESCRIPTION

The NANOCHEMISTRY RESEARCH GROUP at the INL focuses on the development of nanomaterials following the strategy CSI: Catalysis, Synthesis and Investigation.

Our vision

Developing and realizing creative and interdisciplinary concepts in the area of nanomaterials

We explore nanochemistry for the development and characterization of advanced catalytic, adsorption, thermoelectric, and electronic materials, addressing key challenges in clean water, low-carbon economy, and clean energy technology. We use a diverse range of methods, combining creative chemistry with cutting-edge nanofabrication.

We aim at understanding fundamental aspects of the synthesized nanoscale objects, specifically finite-size, surface and confinement effects, chemical doping, as well as their formation, nucleation and crystal growth. As experimentalists, we are also interested in testing the limitations of computational prediction.

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PROJECTS

We are currently working on several research projects:

1. N2020-PE-FROnTHERA (2016-07 to 2019-06)
New materials and concepts

2. COMPETE2020/FCT-PTDC-PrintPV (2016-06 to 2019-05)
Large-scale printing of novel photovoltaics based on Cu(In,Ga)Se2 chalcopyrite
www.printpv.org

3. H2020-RIA-CritCat (2016-06 to 2019-05)
Towards Replacement of Critical Catalyst Materials by Rational Design of Novel Transition Metal Nanoparticles
www.critcat.eu

4. Water Purification (2016-11 to 2017-10)
Development of the Adsorption Technology for the Metal Recovery from the Industrial Wastewater

5. FEDER–INNTERCONECTA-Mytitox (2015-7 to 2017-12)
Prediction of toxic episodes using nanoporous materials

GROUP LEADER

YuryKolenko

THE TEAM

Laura M. Salonen
Staff researcher

Carlo Resini
Research fellow

Juliana Sousa
Research fellow

Marek Piotrowski
Research fellow

Liliana Gonçalves
Research fellow

Vanessa Cardoso
Scientific Associate

Viviana Sousa
Scientific Associate

Orlando Oliveira
Research Laboratory Assistant

Bruna Gonçalves
PhD Student

DESCRIPTION

The NANOCHEMISTRY RESEARCH GROUP at the INL focuses on the development of nanomaterials following the strategy CSI: Catalysis, Synthesis and Investigation.

Our vision

Developing and realizing creative and interdisciplinary concepts in the area of nanomaterials

We explore nanochemistry for the development and characterization of advanced catalytic, adsorption, thermoelectric, and electronic materials, addressing key challenges in clean water, low-carbon economy, and clean energy technology. We use a diverse range of methods, combining creative chemistry with cutting-edge nanofabrication.

We aim at understanding fundamental aspects of the synthesized nanoscale objects, specifically finite-size, surface and confinement effects, chemical doping, as well as their formation, nucleation and crystal growth. As experimentalists, we are also interested in testing the limitations of computational prediction.

catalysisNC2[1]

PROJECTS

We are currently working on several research projects:

1. N2020-PE-FROnTHERA (2016-07 to 2019-06)
New materials and concepts

2. COMPETE2020/FCT-PTDC-PrintPV (2016-06 to 2019-05)
Large-scale printing of novel photovoltaics based on Cu(In,Ga)Se2 chalcopyrite
www.printpv.org

3. H2020-RIA-CritCat (2016-06 to 2019-05)
Towards Replacement of Critical Catalyst Materials by Rational Design of Novel Transition Metal Nanoparticles
www.critcat.eu

4. Water Purification (2016-11 to 2017-10)
Development of the Adsorption Technology for the Metal Recovery from the Industrial Wastewater

5. FEDER–INNTERCONECTA-Mytitox (2015-7 to 2017-12)
Prediction of toxic episodes using nanoporous materials

GROUP LEADER

YuryKolenko

THE TEAM

Laura M. Salonen
Staff researcher

Carlo Resini
Research fellow

Juliana Sousa
Research fellow

Marek Piotrowski
Research fellow

Liliana Gonçalves
Research fellow

RESEARCH

Microand
DEPARTMENTS
RESEARCH GROUPS
Nanochemistry
Microfabrication-and-Exploratory-Nanotech
Nanofabrication-for-Opto--Electronic-Applications