Visitors


23.- Jordi Buils, from the ICIQ research institute in Spain, is working on extending the AABBA autocorrelation concept to polyoxometalates (2024)


22.- Gabriela Garcia, from the University of São Paulo in Brazil, is contributing to the project on electrochemical CO2 reduction for 11 months (2024)


21.- Magnus Strandgaard, from the University of Copenhagen in Denmark,  contributed to the machine learning  project for a period of 3 months (2023)


20.- Gabriel M. Batista, from the University of Aarhus in Denmark, worked on catalytic C-O cleavage in the EU ITN CO2PERATE project for 2 months (2023)


19.- Juan Miranda Pizarro, from the University of Helsinki in Finland, contributed to the NordCO2 project studying by AIMD simulations a Rh-hydride complex for a period of 2 weeks (2023)


18.- Luliia Kolodiazhnaia, from Aarhus University in Denmark, contributed to the NordCO2 project on electrochemical CO2 reduction for a period of 3 months (2023)


17.- Sahil Gahlawat, from UiT - The Arctic University of Norway, came for a secondment stay to work on solvent effects of computed 19F NMR chemical shifts, as part of the EU CO2perate and RCN SpecTraM projects (2023).


16.- Jiali Liu, from Evonik Germany, contributed to the EU ITN CO2PERATE project on a carbonylation reaction for 2 months (2023)


15.- Inmaculada Ri, from the University of Ciudad Real in Spain, came to perform her MSc project on hydrogen borrowing reactions for a period of 3 months (2023)


14.- Sylwia Kozdra, from Łukasiewicz - Institute of Microelectronics and Photonics in Poland, came to develop a computational protocol for studying polymers (2023).


13.- Lucía Morán, from the ICIQ in Tarragona, Spain, contributed to the machine learning  project for a period of 3 months (2022), and came back to the group as a Researcher, after defending her PhD thesis in 2023.


12.- Ruslan Lukin, from the University of Kazan in Russia, contributed to the machine learning  project for a period of 3 months (2022)


11.- Juliana Heitkämper, from the University of Stuttgart in Germany, contributed to the C-H functionalization project for a period of 3 months (2022)


10.- Aurore Denjean, from the University of Montpellier in France, completed her MSc thesis in the CO2 hydrogenation project for a period of 6 months (2022)


9.- Katrin Gugeler, from the University of Stuttgart in Germany, contributed to the machine learning project for a period of 3 months (2021)


8.- Asier Urriolabeitia, from the University of Zaragoza in Spain, contributed to the machine learning project for a period of 3 months (2020)


7.- María Moreno Alcaide, from the University of Sevilla in Spain, contributed to the machine learning project for a period of 3 months (2019)


6.- Raquel Jiménez Rama, from the University of Sevilla in Spain, contributed to the cross-couplings project for a period of 3 months (2019). In 2021, she returned to the group and received an MSCA fellowship.


5.- Irene Casademont-Reig, from the University of the Basque Country in Spain, contributed to the cross-couplings project for a period of 3 months (2018)


4.- Megan Beromi, from UC Berkeley in the USA, contributed to the cross-couplings project for a period of 3 months (2016)


3.- Patrick Melvin, from Yale University in the USA, contributed to the cross-couplings project for a period of 3 months (2015)


2.- Alexandra Strom, from UC Berkeley in the USA, contributed to the hydroamination project for a period of 3 months (2013)


1.- Damian Hruszkewycz, from Yale University in the USA, contributed to the cross-couplings project for a period of 3 months (2012)