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Ph D Students

Ph. D. Students

Beatriz Donoso Jurado

Jesús Herrera Herreros

Carlos Tardío Rubio

Carlos Tardio

Carlos Tardío Rubio was born the 27th November of 1993 in Castellar de Santiago (Ciudad Real). He studied a Degree in Chemical Sciences (2011-2015) at the University of Castilla-La Mancha (UCLM).

He complemented his academical formation obtaining a Master Degree in Laboratory Management: Quality, Environment and Safety (2015-2016) and subsequently a Master Degree in Investigation in Chemistry (2016-2017) developing his Master Degree’s project titled “Synthesis and characterization of 1H-benzo[d]imidazole derivatives” under the supervision of Dra. Pilar Prieto and Dr. José Ramón Carrillo.

In 2018, he began his PhD in the Microwave and Sustainable Organic Chemistry group (UMSOC) in the Department of Inorganic, Organic and Biochemistry (UCLM) under the supervision of Dr. Antonio de la Hoz, Dra. Rocio Ponce and Dra. Mª Carmen Ruiz. The aim of this PhD is the search for new organic materials with optoelectronic applications, such as optical waveguides and organic field-effect transistors (OFETs).

 

Contact information:

Carlos.Tardio@uclm.es // Faculty of Chemical Sciences and Technologies// Avda. Camilo José Cela, 10 – 13071 Ciudad Real // Telephone Number: 926295300 Ext: 96345
Jesus Herrera

Jesús Herrera Herreros was born in Ciudad Real in 1993. He achieved his Science Bachellor´s Degree in 2011 at Hernán Pérez del Pulgar High School. His vocation on Chemistry brought him to develop his career on University of Castilla-La Mancha, getting his Grade on Chemistry in 2015, with quite good results. Meanwhile, he obtained a Santader´s grant for working on practices at Cervecería La Mancha S.L. for 6 months. Then, he was formed as a High School teacher by achieving a “Máster Universitario en Profesor de Educación Secundaria Obligatoria y Bachillerato, Formación Profesional y Enseñanza de Idiomas” in 2016. This year, he worked at Colegio Virgen del Prado (Marianistas) in Ciudad Real during summer. Next year, he began his PhD in Chemystry Researcher on the Microwave´s and Green Chemistry Group, led by María del Pilar Prieto Núñez-Polo, and also working with MSOC group (led by Ester Vázquez Fernández-Pacheco) on the synthesis of Magnetic Hydrogels for culture media systems, till now.

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Beatriz Donoso

 

Beatriz Donoso Jurado was born the 19th August of 1994 in Ciudad Real. She studied a Degree in Chemical Sciences (2012-2016) at the University of Castilla-La Mancha (UCLM).

She complemented her academical formation obtaining a Master Degree in Investigation in Chemistry (2016-2017) developing her Master Degree’s project titled “Supramolecular aggregates with Internal Charge Transfer (ICT) derived from 2H-benzo[d][1,2,3]triazole” under the supervision of Dra. Pilar Prieto and Dr. Ángel Díaz Ortiz.

In 2017, she received a very competitive FPU scholarship to begin her PhD in the Microwave and Sustainable Organic Chemistry group (UMSOC) in the Department of Inorganic, Organic and Biochemistry (UCLM) under the supervision of Dra. Pilar Prieto Núñez Polo and Dr. Ángel Díaz Ortiz.

Furthermore, she has done one pre-doctoral stay in the group of Dra. Rocío Ponce at the University of Málaga, one of the most relevant groups in the area of organic electronics in Spain, whose work is focused on the design and characterization of organic field-effect transistors (OFETs),