Luis Sánchez Granados


Tipo de miembro 
Junta Directiva

Cargo 
Vocal

Afiliación 
Universidad de Córdoba


Curriculum Vitae

Education:  

  • Graduate in Chemistry, Universidad de Córdoba, 1990.
  • Minor thesis in Chemistry, Universidad de Córdoba, 1991.
  • Ph. D. in Chemistry, Universidad de Córdoba, 1994, Supervisor: J. Morales Palomino.

 

Teaching activities in Spain:

  • Assistant Professor, Inorganic Chemistry, Universidad de Córdoba, 1998-2007.
  • Associate Professor, Inorganic Chemistry, Universidad de Córdoba, 2007-2012.
  • Full Professor, Inorganic Chemistry, Universidad de Córdoba, from 2012,

 

Academic position:

  • Coordinator of Chemistry Degree, Faculty of Sciences, Universidad de Córdoba, 2006-2008.
  • Vice-dean of Faculty of Sciences, Universidad de Córdoba, from 2008.

 

Scientific Committees:

  • 10th  Plenary Scientific Meeting of Inorganic and 4th of Solid State Chemistry; Secretary.
  • Member of Solid State Chemistry, RSEQ,  2009 to present

 

Awards

  • “New Researchers Award-1998” from the Spanish Royal Society of Chemistry.

 

Research Activities:

  • Over 80 papers in international journals.
  • More than 75 communications (oral and posters) in national and international conferences.
  • 1 international patent.
  • Head of 4 research national projects and 9 research contracts.
  • Co-worker on 9 research national projects.
  • Supervisor of 5 Doctoral Thesis and 8 Masters Degrees.
  • Reviewer of more than 20 international journals (over 70 papers revised)

 

Research experience abroad:

  • Postdoctoral research. CNRS-Thiais(Paris) (France-12 months, 1995);
  • Research stay. CNRS-Thiais(Paris) (France-1 months, 1998)
  • Research stay – Royal Society of Chemistry grant; Chemistry Department-Open University-Milton Keynes (UK – 1 week)
  • TST-Erasmus grant;  Molecular Science and Technology Institute (ISTM); University of Padova (Italy, 1 week)

 
Research:
Synthesis and structural characterization of solids. Solid state chemistry.
Electrochemistry of inorganic compounds for lithium batteries. 
Inorganic compounds for building materials: colour, puzzolanic reactions, photocatalyst, CO2 capture…..