The CCEM group has grown so quickly since 2017 when Eric joined. He was followed a year later by Michael, and then by Arantxa and Kevin in 2019. This September, we are delighted to announce and welcome Anna Ciotti as a new PhD student! A...
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Insights into the Oxygen Vacancy Filling Mechanism in CuO/CeO2 Catalysts: A Key Step Toward High Selectivity in Preferential CO Oxidation
Davó-Quiñonero, A.*; Bailón-García, E.; López-Rodríguez, S.; Juan-Juan, J.; Lozano-Castelló, D.; García-Melchor, M.; Herrera, F. C.; Pellegrin, E.; Escudero, C.; Bueno-López, A.*ACS Catalysis, 2020, 10, 6532.
Check out our latest collaboration published in ACS Catalysis!
Our latest collaboration with Prof. Agustín Bueno-López has been published in ACS Catalysis!
Cobalt-Catalyzed Ammonia Borane Dehydrogenation: Mechanistic Insight and Isolation of a Cobalt Hydride-Amidoborane Complex
Joseph W. Nugent, Max García-Melchor*, and Alison R. Fout*, Organometallics, 2020, 39, 2917.
Our latest collaboration with the group of Prof. Alison Fout, published in Organometallics!
Check out our latest collaboration with the group of Prof. Alison Fout, published in Organometallics!
the Best Young Scientist Award by the
Organometallic Chemistry Group of the
Spanish Royal Society of Chemistry!
Our group has been awarded the DECI-16-PRACE project with 5 million CPU hours!
We are actively involved in the M.Sc. in Energy Science offered at Trinity College Dublin.
The CCEM Group is actively involved in the international taught M.Sc. in Energy Science offered at Trinity College Dublin.
We are actively involved in the international M.Sc. in Energy Science offered at Trinity College Dublin.
We have some fantastic news to share with you! Our very own Professor Max Garcia Melchor has recently been awarded the Best Young Scientist Award by the Organometallic Chemistry Group of the Spanish Royal Society of Chemistry! This prest...
As summer comes full swing into Ireland, the CCEM group doesn’t stop growing, and this summer will see the group at its largest yet! We are delighted to announce and welcome Panagiotis Mallis, Manting Mu, and Oscar Kelly to the group. ...
The CCEM has been growing faster and faster with each academic year. In 2017, Eric joined the group as the first PhD student, to work on heterogeneous catalysts for sustainable energy applications. A year later, Michael also joined us to...
This week, the CCEM Group has had the opportunity of disseminating the wonders of Computational Modelling to the general public in the Trinity PROBE, as part of a series of workshops carried out by the most amazing research groups in our...
Last year, we had the privilege of hosting Arantxa, an amazing visiting PhD student for 6 months. She did an incredible job at the CCEM Group, and her personality and hard work did not went unnoticed. Because of this, we are immensely ha...
After doing an amazing job in his first year as a PhD student in the CCEM Group, Michael Craig was awarded a prestigious IRC PhD Scholarship to continue his PhD with us! This award is targeted to excellent researchers in multiple discipl...
With around 1,000 participants in the last editions, the Biennial Meeting of Chemistry has become an essential event for the Spanish chemistry community because, in addition to disseminating the most relevant results of the chemical rese...
Following the ever-growing trend of our group, we welcome Arantxa Davó, a visiting 3rd-year PhD student from the group of Prof. Agustín Bueno and Prof. Dolores Lozano (U. Alicante). Her research focuses on developing catalysts for sus...
As the blazing sun comes down to Ireland, our group does not stop to grow and this summer we will be at full capacity after the arrival of Geoffrey Keating and Kevin Brennan, two Trinity undergraduate students from Nanoscience, Physics &...
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