Dr. Maria Cuartero
Marie Curie Postdoctoral Fellow
PhD in Chemistry (2014), MSc in Advanced Chemistry (2009) and Bachelor in Chemistry (2008)
Maria comes from Murcia. “I am now involved in several projects at Crespo’s group and I am leading a new research-line based on ‘Scanning Electrochemical Microscopy (SECM)’ using modified nanosensors for drug delivery platforms. Important fundamental work to do and an exciting topic to explore before diving into new applications. In addition, I am accomplishing the MSCA project VolThinSens”.
Dr. Marc Parrilla
PhD in Nanotechnology (2016), MSc in Biotechnological Industry (2011) and Bachelor in Biotechnology (2010).
Marc comes from Barcelona and his main scientific contribution is based on printed electrochemical devices for wearable and point of care sensors. Aiming for sensing technologies that can solve societal issues.
Dr. Rocío Cánovas Martínez
PhD in Nanoscience, Materials and Chemical Engineering (2018), MSc in Health Biotechnology (2014) and Bachelor in Biotechnology (2012).
Rocío comes from Seville, Spain. She is working with chemical biosensors for healthcare applications.
Dr. Lijun Chai
PhD in Ethanol Permselective Membranes
Lijun comes from China. “My motivation in science is the curiosity to explore and develop new things, enjoying the excitement of discovering or creating new things”.
MSc in Materials Science and Engineering (2016) Bachelor in Polymer Science and Engineering (2013)
Kequan comes from China.”Welcome to the world of ions. How to detect us, how to know how much of us, how to differentiate us in an efficient way. If you are interested in these topics, so do I and I’m also working on them. “
MSc in Molecular Science and Engineering (2018), Bachelor in Chemical science and engineering (2018)
Alex comes from Sweden and is working on both the exploration of novel strategies based on polyaniline chemistry and understanding the associated electrochemical mechanisms.
Bachelor in Applied chemistry (2017)
Yujie is doing her master thesis in our group, researching smart interfaces based on the principles of electrochemical luminescence for analyte detection.
Previous members of the group can be found here.