María del Puerto Morales is Professor at the Institute of Material Science in Madrid (ICMM/CSIC), Spain since 2018. She got her degree in Chemistry by the University of Salamanca and her PhD in Material Science from the Madrid Autonomous University in 1993. From 1994 to 1996, she worked as a postdoctoral fellow at the School of Electronic Engineering and Computer Systems in the University of Wales (UK).
She has authored several book chapters (12), patents (5) and more than 260 articles (h=60, >14.500 citations) and has been the principal investigator from the CSIC in two European-funded research projects in the 7FP (Multifun and NanoMag) and now, she is CSIC IP in MSCA-RISE-2020, NESTOR (2021-2024) and is participating in the FET-OPEN, HOTZYMES 2019-2021.
Her research activities are focused on the area of nanotechnology, in particular in the synthesis and characterization of magnetic nanoparticles, including the mechanism of particle formation, surface modification and its performance in biomedical applications such as biomolecule separation, NMR imaging, drug delivery and hyperthermia, and also in catalysis and environmental remediation.
Francesco Pineider received his PhD in Chemistry from the University of Florence in 2009 with a thesis on the properties of single molecule magnet monolayers over gold surfaces under the supervision of Prof. Roberta Sessoli. He spent his post-doc years between the University of Florence and the University of Padua/CNR working in the emerging field of magnetoplasmonics, the interaction between magnetic materials with plasmonic nanostructures.
Francesco has been awarded with several early career awards, among which the European Award for Doctoral Thesis on Molecular Magnetism (2010) from the European Institute of Molecular Magnetism for his PhD thesis work and the NEST award for Nanoscience (2014) from Scuola Normale Superiore di Pisa for his work on magnetoplasmonics.
He is currently asociate professor at the Department of Chemistry and Industrial Chemistry at the University of Pisa.
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