Ana Maria Percebom
André Silva Pimentel
Phone: (21) 3527-1955
Langmuir and Langmuir-Blodgett Films
Chemistry of Interfaces
Angela de Luca Rebello Wagener
Phone: (21) 3527-1809
Aurora Pérez Gramatges
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– Physical-chemistry of colloids and interfaces
– Design and synthesis of functional hybrid nanomaterials with interfacial activity
– Self-organized colloidal systems for chemical analysis and sensing
– Development of biphasic formulations (dispersions) based on synergy of surfactants, polymers and amphiphilic nanoparticles
Camilla Djenne Buarque Müller
Phone: (21) 3527-1824
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– Research interests:
1) C-C and C-N coupling reactions targeting compounds for the treatment of cancer and neglected diseases.
2) Development of synthetic methodologies targeting key intermediaries for drug synthesis.
3) synthesis of covalent organic frameworks for biomedical applications and heterogeneous catalysis.
Carlos German Massone
Phone: (21) 3527-1901
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– Research and development on environment contamination, focused on the following subjects: analytical chemistry, hydrocarbons, persistent organic pollutants, isotope ratio, contaminant source identification and environmental monitoring.
Office: L481 Superior
Phone: +55 (21) 3527-2616
-Functional materials based on Rare Earth Elements (REE);
-Luminescent compounds applied in areas such as renewable energy, photonic markers, polymer composites and intelligent devices;
– Coordination and solid state chemistry, energy transfer processes and REE ion spectroscopy.
Phone: (21) 3527-1673
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-Development of new synthetic methodologies involving metal-catalyzed reactions.
-Utilization of metal-catalyzed carbon-carbon and carbon-heteroatom reactions as key steps in the synthesis of fine chemicals (biologically active compounds and luminescent compounds).
José Marcus de Oliveira Godoy
Phone: (21) 3527-1322
Natural radioactivity and its application to environmental studies(Dating, sedimentation rate, water mixing). Groundwater geochemistry. Isotopic analysis applied to environmental studies and to products certification.
Nicolás A. Rey
Phone: +55 (21) 3527-1813
Coordination Chemistry – biological, pharmacological and nanotechnological aspects. Development and synthesis of organic ligands and, from them, of bioactive metal complexes. Characterization through gravimetric, spectroscopic and electrochemical techniques. Speciation studies in aqueous medium. Biological assays. Synthetic metallohydrolases/nucleases with pharmacological applications. Rational design of ‘Metal-Protein Attenuating Compounds’ for the therapy of neurodegenerative disorders (Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s).
Phone: (21) 3527-1320
Pércio Augusto Mardini Farias
Phone: (21) 3527-1317
Development of electrochemical methods using voltammetric techniques for analysis in different types of matrices, metal ions and organic compounds of biological interest and in environmental samples. Development of biosensors for the determination of mutagenic drugs.
Renato da Silva Carreira
Phone: (21) 3527- 1809
-Marine Organic geochemistry: application of molecular markers and isotopic composition to unravel the natural variability and the human impacts on the cycle of organic matter, as well as in paleoceanographic studies;
-Evaluation, diagnostic and monitoring of contamination of aquatic systems by hydrocarbons, sewage and emerging pollutants.
Ricardo Queiroz Aucélio
Tatiana Dillenburg Saint´Pierre
Phone: (21) 3527-1328
Phone: (21) 3527-2617
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– Research interests:
- Carbon-based materials and particularly nano-diamond particles (NDs), and graphene derivatives (rGO);
- Silicon-based materials and, in particular, nanoparticles of silicon, silica and silicon carbide;
- Core-shell hybrid nano-material with magnetic (Fe3O4), luminescent (Au) core protected with biocompatible shell.
We investigate the strategy and methodology for the functionalization of the nanoparticles in order to:
- Produce new adsorbents for concentration and separation of bioactive compounds
- Improve systems for drug delivery and target release;
- Create nanoparticles for bacterial and cancer treatment.