Scientific Board

Dr. Renana G. Poranne

Dr. Renana G. Poranne is a Branco Weiss Fellow and senior scientist in the group of Prof. Chen. Her research works in the field of physical organic chemistry with a focus on computational tools to investigate properties and reactivity of organic and organometallic systems.

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Prof. Victor Mougel

Prof. Dr. Victor Mougel is the head of a research group focussing on bioinspired molecules and materials towards new catalysts for the photo- and electrochemical transformation of small molecules to tackle issues such as global warming.

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Dr. Cristian Pezzato

Dr. Cristian Pezzato is a junior group leader at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Lausanne. His research interests span from organic synthesis and supramolecular chemistry to photochemistry and electrochemistry.

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Dr. Oliver Dumele

Dr. Oliver Dumele is the leader of a synthetic chemistry group located at the Humboldt-University Berlin working on the development of new concepts for advanced materials based on molecular design. His main interests are the growth and crystallization of COFs, chiral COFs and supramolecular chemistry.

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Dr. Nella Vargas-Barbosa

Dr. Nella Vargas-Barbosa (she/her) is a junior group leader in the Nanochemistry department at the Max Planck Institute for Solid State Research in Stuttgart, Germany. Her research interests focus on the electrochemical characterization of interfaces with applications in energy storage and conversion. Most recently, her group has focused on thiophosphate-based solid electrolytes for solid-state battery applications.

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Dr. Michel Rickhaus

Dr. Michel Rickhaus is an independant researcher and group leader at the University of Zurich. His research in the realm of organic chemistry and supramolecular chemistry focusses on developing synthetic methodologies towards functional,  tunable carbon-rich, curved macrocycles.

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Dr. Alice Soldà

Dr. Alice Soldà is a physical chemist working as a Field Application Specialist at Dynamic Biosensors. She works at the cutting edge of biology and specialises in bioelectrochemistry and biosensing. Her research focusses on metabolic alterations in cancer research.

 

Dr. Ganna Gryn’ova

Dr. Ganna (Anya) Gryn’ova is a junior group leader of “Computational Carbon Chemistry” at the Heidelberg Institute for Theoretical Studies and Heidelberg University. Her primary research interest is in the area of functional organic materials. Her group uses computational chemistry to explore and exploit carbonaceous systems for applications in catalysis, molecular electronics and environmental remediation.

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Dr. Amparo Ruiz Carretero

Dr. Amparo Ruiz Carretero is a “Chargé de Recherche” at Institute Charles Sadron (CNRS) in Strasbourg and is part of the SYCOMMOR, where she leads a subgroup of researchers working on supramolecular electronics. Our research interests are focused on exploring the role of hydrogen-bonding in organic electronics, the effect of supramolecular chirality in charge transport processes and the influence of magnetic fields in supramolecular electronics.

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Dr. João Borges

Dr. João Borges is a Junior Research Fellow and Principal Investigator of a R&D project at CICECO - Aveiro Institute of Materials, University of Aveiro, Portugal. His current research interests lie on the molecular design, synthesis and development of biomimetic supramolecular multicomponent biomaterials to be used as bioinstructive matrices to control the behavior of bioactive molecules and cells and as platforms for controlled drug delivery. 

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Dr. Jovana Milic

Dr. Jovana Milic is a scientist at EPFL and Networks Team Leader at the EYCN Material flows. Her research interests encompass (supra)molecular engineering of molecular machines and functional organic materials for energy conversion. She operates within an interdisciplinary collaborative network of several research groups at the interface of organic chemistry and material science.

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Prof. Dr. Ali Coskun

Prof. Dr. Ali Coskun is tenured Associate Professor at the Chemistry department of Fribourg University. Coskun Group conducts research in an interdisciplinary area of supramolecular and materials chemistry with an emphasis on design, synthesis and application of functional polymeric materials for CO2 capture, separation and conversion,  energy storage applications and H2 storage.

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