Published ArticleJanuary 2019
Our review about Relativistic Calculations in Latin America was finally published.
Our lab facilities are located at the Institute of Applied Chemical Sciences (ICQA), Faculty of Engineering, "Universidad Autónoma de Chile" in San Miguel, Santiago of Chile.
Our research its at the interface between chemistry, theoretical and material science, focusing on the design of molecular materials with technological potential in the following areas:
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We are seeking motivated national and international PhD's to develop projects in the field of Inorganic Chemistry funded by the chilean PostDoctoral FONDECYT Fellowship that funds 3 years:
I am interested in inorganic and organometallic compounds and molecular clusters of technological interest, which are analyzed in a theoretical way including relativistic corrections and experimentally obtaining the systems for their characterization and evaluation of their possible uses as materials for remediation, energy conversion, wastes treatment, among other uses. These systems include inorganic and organometallic transition metal complexes having intermetallic or metal-metal bonds, which makes them very attractive systems of great technological potential due to the intrinsic properties of the metallic centers, which can be improved through the new properties generated by their interaction. The most attractive feature of these systems and the contribution to Chilean science is its interdisciplinary nature, which includes physics, spectroscopy, materials science and various areas of chemistry, such as organic, inorganic, organometallic and electrochemistry.