News

September 27

Seminar: Indium in cross-coupling and catalysis: past, present and future

Presenting: José Pérez Sestelo

Place: 17:30 at Theater room CICA

September 2

Wellcome to Raquel Pérez Guevara who joined the group as PhD Student.

 

July 15

Master presentation

Last Monday 15, our master students presented and defended their excellent research with high qualifications.

Congratulations Ana, David and Fabio !!!

July 11

Great news from JOC !!!

A new contribution from José María’s Thesis has been just accepted in JOC.

For details see: doi.org/10.1021/acs.joc.9b00928

Congratulations to all !!!

July 1

A new research article from the group has been accepted for publication in the Journal of Organic Chemistry (https://pubs.acs.org/doi/10.1021/acs.joc.9b00643)

Congratulations to everybody, specially to Monse who managed the submission and many more.

Well done !!!

July 1

A new Doctor in the group !!!

Last Friday José María defended successfully his Doctoral Thesis achieving the highest qualification Sobresaliente Cum Laude.

Congratulations José María

 

June 27

José María Gil-Negrete will defend his PhD at the Science Building. The Thesis is titled:
Triorganoindium Reagents in Cross-Coupling Reactions: Transition-Metal-Free Reactions with Benzopyranyl Acetals and Tetrahydroisoquinolines and Solid-Stable Organometallics

Cartel Tesis-Jose Maria Gil-Negrete

 

June 26

Prof. Paz Muñoz-Herranz (University of East Anglia, UK) will visit the group and deliver a talk in CICA at 11:30 titled: “Precious metals and allenes: from divergent systems to bimetallic catalysis”.

Cartel_Conferencia_20190626_Paz_Munoz-Herranz

June 10

Our Master Students, Ana da Lama, David Vázquez and Fabio Seoane show at CICA their research project with occasion of the annual meeting of Master en Investigación Química y Química Industrial. Excellent !!!

May 26

In the Biennial meeting of the RSEQ in San Sebastian, Ramon Millán will present a communication with his research on indium catalysis: Indium-catalyzed cycloisomerization reactions of aryl substituted 1,5-enynes. Well done !!!