Rocio Semino is associate professor in physical chemistry and computational modelling in Sorbonne University, Paris, France. Her research contributes to understanding the structural and dynamical aspects that underlie a large variety of processes involving condensed matter systems, such as the self-assembly and amorphization of porous materials, proton conduction, polymer composites structure and compatibility and challenging gas separations via porous materials-based membranes. She holds an ERC Starting Grant to develop a multiscale modelling methodology to study the self-assembly of metal-organic frameworks. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Cecilia Alvares has started her PhD in 2021. She is currently developing coarse grained models for metal-organic frameworks and their polymer-based binary composites.
Sahar Andarzi Gargari has started her PhD in 2023. She is working in studying the nucleation and crystal growth of metal-organic frameworks via computer simulation techniques within the MAGNIFY project.
Hari Haran Sudhakar has started his PhD in 2023 co-supervised with Alessandra Serva. He is working on the development and implementation of dual resolution atomistic/ coarse grained simulation approaches to model complex interfaces.
Emilio Mendez has joined us for a postdoc in 2023. He is working in developing computational methods to study the amorphization and crystal growth of metal-organic frameworks within the MAGNIFY project.
Maria del Mar Cammarata (visiting PhD student, September/October 2023). Currently PhD at the University of Buenos Aires, Buenos Aires, Argentina.
Mariana Sosa (visiting PhD student, May/June 2022). Currently postdoc at Max Planck Institute for Polymer Research, Mainz, Germany.
Salvador R. G. Balestra (postdoctoral researcher, 2019-2020). Currently Ramon y Cajal Tenure Track Fellow at the Universidad de Sevilla, Spain.