Emilio Pardo

Was born in Valencia (Spain) in 1977. He is Associate Professor at the Universitat de València where he leads the Multifunctional Porous Materials (mupomat) group. His research interests focus on the design of novel examples of functional MOFs and their application in catalysis and environmental remediation.

Marta Viciano-Chumillas

Marta Viciano-Chumillas received her MSc in Chemistry from the University of Valencia. Then, she joined the group of Prof. Jan Reedijk (Leiden University, The Netherlands), who together with Prof. L.J. de Jongh and Prof. S. Tanase supervised her PhD work based on molecular magnetic materials. After, she worked as post-doctoral researcher with Prof. T. Mallah at the University of Paris-Sud. She returned to Valencia with a Juan de la Cierva fellowship to work at the ICMol, where now, she is a senior researcher. Her research interests include coordination and supramolecular chemistry of transition-metal ions applied to molecular materials and other functionalities.

Paula Sara Escamilla Berenguer

was born in Valencia (Spain) in 1997. She is Master student in experimental techniques in Chemistry at the University of Valencia. After a research stage with Prof. E. Pardo, she continues working in the same group on the design of novel functional porous materials with catalytic applications and water remediation.

Jesús Ferrando-Soria

Was born in Catadau (Spain) in 1984. He is Junior Leader-Retaining Fellow at the University de València. His research interests are centred on the design and study of the physicochemical properties of multifunctional molecular-based materials with potential applications of technological and environmental interest.

María Dolores Jordán

Was born in Valencia (Spain) in 1981. She received her PHD in experimental nuclear physics from the University of Valencia (2010). Recently she started working at the Instituto de Ciencia Molecular ICMOL as the person in charge of the X-Ray Photoelectron Spectrometer (XPS).

Cristina Negro

Cristina Negro was born in Granada (Spain) in 1993. In 2018 she was graduated in Chemistry in Valencia University (UV) and in 2019 she finishes her studies in Máster Universitario en Química (UV). In September of 2019 she was incorporated into the professor Emilio Pardo’s group, where she started her PhD in the field of the design of novel functional multivariate MOFs and their application in environmental remediation.

Estefanía Tiburcio

Was born in Madrid (Spain) in 1993. She is a PhD student at the Universitat de València. She has a chemistry degree and master degree of science in biomedical physics (specialized in biophysics). Her research is focus on MOFs with catalytic properties.