Supervised theses (227) Theses supervised by Department members View defended theses

2023

  1. A study of metal-organic framework sorption phenomena in solution

    Nagore Barroso García

    Supervised by OSCAR CASTILLO GARCIA
  2. Catalytic Enantioselective Transannular Reactions towards C-B and C-C Bond Formation

    Jana Sendra Viscarro

    Supervised by JOSE LUIS VICARIO HERNANDO
  3. Hybrid photocatalytic materials for contaminants of emerging concern degradation

    Fangyuan Zheng

    Supervised by JUAN MANUEL GUTIERREZ ZORRILLA LOPEZ y JOSE LUIS VILAS VILELA
  4. Metal-organic porous materials for carbon dioxide valorization, water adsorption and photocatalitic hydrogen production

    Maite Perfecto Irigaray

    Supervised by GARIKOITZ BEOBIDE PACHECO y SONIA PEREZ YAÑEZ
  5. Modelos bioinformáticos para la predicción de compuestos biológicamente activos en cáncer de colon

    Paula Carracedo Reboredo

    Supervised by SONIA ARRASATE GIL
  6. NMR and molecular recognition: the interaction of human galectin-8 and DC-SIGN with natural glycans and glycomimetics

    Marcos Javier Gomez Redondo

    Supervised by JESUS JIMENEZ BARBERO
  7. New synthetic procedures based on copper-catalyzed cycloisomerization of alkynoic acids

    Galder Llorente Conde

    Supervised by MARIA TERESA HERRERO CORRAL y RAUL SAN MARTIN FACES
  8. Polyoxometalate-Based Hybrids with 3d- and 4f-Metal Complexes Bearing Multidentate Organic Ligands From Magnetoluminescent Molecular Species to Extended Frameworks with Sorption Ability

    Estibaliz Ruiz Bilbao

    Supervised by LUIS MARIA LEZAMA DIAGO y BEÑAT ARTETXE ARRETXE

2022

  1. Desarrollo de materiales fotocatalíticos mediante formulaciones sol-gel y estructuras metal-orgánicas de Ti(IV) para su aplicación en la degradación de materia orgánica y reducción de CO2

    Adrian Angulo Ibáñez

    Supervised by GARIKOITZ BEOBIDE PACHECO
  2. Development of Fe3-xMxO4 (M = Co and Ga) nanomaterials for biomedical applications

    Itziar Galarreta Rodríguez

    Supervised by IDOIA RUIZ DE LARRAMENDI VILLANUEVA y MARIA TERESA INSAUSTI PEÑA
  3. Lectin-Glycan Interactions: new NMR insights on the role of dynamics and presentation by using state-of-the-art NMR methodologies

    Sara Bertuzzi

    Supervised by JESUS JIMENEZ BARBERO
  4. Merging porosity with magnetism and fluorescence in metal-organic materials for sensing purposes

    Jon Pascual Colino

    Supervised by OSCAR CASTILLO GARCIA y ANTONIO LUQUE ARREBOLA
  5. NIFPTML: aprendizaje automático por teoría de perturbaciones con fusión de información de redes biomoleculares en química médica, cromosómica, y nanoinformática

    Viviana Quevedo

    Supervised by HUMBERTO GONZALEZ DIAZ
  6. NIFPTML: network invariant, information fusion, perturbation theory, machine learning study of dual antibacterial drugs-nanoparticles (DADNP) systems-metabolic networks interaction

    Karel Dieguez Santana

    Supervised by HUMBERTO GONZALEZ DIAZ
  7. NMR and molecular recognition: the interaction of human galectin-4 with the histo blood group antigens and with pathogen-associated molecules

    Jon Imanol Quintana

    Supervised by JESUS JIMENEZ BARBERO
  8. The Role of Graphene for Advanced Electrochemical Energy Storage Devices

    Juan Luis Gomez Urbano

    Supervised by TEOFILO ROJO APARICIO
  9. Transition metal-catalyzed C(SP2)-H acylation and olefination reactions for the functionalization of (hetero)arenes

    Carlos Santiago Álvarez

    Supervised by MARIA NURIA SOTOMAYOR ANDUIZA y MARIA ESTHER LETE EXPOSITO