NEWS

Natalia Rey wins AULA HUNOSA Prize

March 4, 2017

Natalia Rey was awarded with the Aula Hunosa prize for the best PhD thesis of 2016. 

Her PhD thesis entitled Synthesis of Carbon Xerogels of Microwave-Induced. Design of Porous Materials à la Carte was developed at the Carbon Institute (Instituto del Carbón, Oviedo, Spain) belonging to the Spanish National Scientific Research Council (Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas, Spain) and intended to create new materials that combined their application and the reduction of costs. With this research work she has already registered a patent and obtained scientific recognition.

Since June 2016 Natalia Rey is Postdoctoral Researcher in the field of biomass-derived carbon materials applied to catalysis at LSRE-LCM.

More information at http://www.lne.es/cuencas/2017/03/04/carbon-disenar-materiales-innovadores-recibe/2067293.html

Launching the LSRE-LCM Website

March 17, 2017

The new, long overdue, website of the Associate Laboratory LSRE-LCM is now open.

On this date, LSRE-LCM counts with a total of 134 researchers; 72 with a PhD and 21 PhD students; 53% of our researchers are women. To all who have worked on and helped with the contents of this site, thank you.

We welcome all our visitors, and invite you to spend some time discovering who we are and what we do, a little bit of our history, our current team and our outputs. In particular, visit our Research menu, where we tried to summarize most of our R&D activities.

As is the case with research, a website should be a dynamic project. Soon the Alumni page will be launched, for which we invite our former researchers to send a short biographical note and a current photo. Other information will be provided in the future, so please come back and visit again soon.

Madalena Dias

RECENT DEVELOPMENTS

PUBLICATIONS

Almeida C.F., Manrique Y.A., Lopes J.C.B., Martins F.G., Dias M.M.. Recovery of ergosterol from Agaricus bisporus mushrooms via supercritical fluid extraction: A response surface methodology optimisation. Heliyon, 10, e21943, 2024
Lopes J.C., Albero J., Sampaio M.J., Silva C.G., García H., Faria J.L.. Selective oxidative coupling of amines through light-activated bismuth halide perovskites. ChemCatChem, 16, e202301432, 2024
Corrêa I., Faria R.P.V., Rodrigues A.E.. Enhanced simulated moving bed reactor performance for the synthesis of solketal by implementing the ModiCon strategy. Adsorption, 30, 79 - 93, 2024
Paulista L.O., Ferreira A.F.P., Castanheira B., Ðolić M.B., Martins R.J.E., Boaventura R.A.R., Vilar V.J.P., Silva T.F.C.V.. Solar-driven thermo-photocatalytic CO2 methanation over a structured RuO2:TiO2/SBA-15 nanocomposite at low temperature. Applied Catalysis B: Environmental, 340, 123232, 2024
Fdez-Sanromán A., Torres-Pinto A., Rosales E., Silva C.G., Faria J.L., Pazos M., Silva A.M.T.. Optimisation of a photoelectrochemical system for the removal of pharmaceuticals in water using graphitic carbon nitride. Catalysis Today, 432, 114578, 2024

APPROVED PROJECTS

SWMOF - Water capture from atmospheric humidity using ecological MOFs and integration with intelligent water distribution systems. Reference: Water4All/0003/2022. Funded by: FCT – Fundação para a Ciência e a Tecnologia, Water4All - Water4All Partnership (co-funded by Horizon Europe). Starting Date: 2024/04/01. Duration: 36 months.
ReWateR - Recovery of Wastewater Resources in Agriculture. Reference: 82343. Funded by: , . Starting Date: 2024/04/01. Duration: 36 months.
ERA-ARE - A new ERA for Environmental Risk Assessment: Chirality as a tool towards environmentally safe pharmaceuticals. Reference: ERC - 101039270. Funded by: European Comission, Horizon Europe | ERC | STARTING GRANTS. Starting Date: 2023/12/31. Duration: 60 months.
NEWater - Unconventional, natural and low-energy solutions for managing water sources. Reference: Water4All/0002/2022. Funded by: FCT – Fundação para a Ciência e a Tecnologia, Water4All - Water4All Partnership (co-funded by Horizon Europe). Starting Date: 2023/12/01. Duration: 36 months.
RESURGENCE - Industrial Water Circularity: Reuse, resource recovery and energy efficiency for greener digitised EU process. Reference: 101138097. Funded by: European Comission, Horizonte Europa | Cluster 4: Digital, Industry and Space. Starting Date: 2023/12/01. Duration: 48 months.

THESIS DEFENSES

Vinicius Viena Santana
Cyber-physical oriented chemical process for green and sustainable production
André Tiago Torres Pinto
Optimised 2D Carbon Materials Activated by Artificial Light and Electrical Current for Catalytic Water and Wastewater Treatment
Larissa Oliveira Paulista
Solar-Driven Thermo-Photocatalytic CO2 Valorisation into Value-Added Fuels
Isabel Sousa Fernandes
Multiphase Flow in NETmix: mixing studies and applications
Rute Agostinha Gomes Seabra
Separation of light hydrocarbons by Simulated Moving Bed
Rafael Gomes Morais
Noble-metal free carbon-based materials for energy conversion