Born in Buenos Aires (Argentina), Juan Pablo graduated in chemistry at Universidad de Buenos Aires (UBA) achieving a Licenciatura (Bachelor + Master equivalent) in 2021.
Prior to becoming a PhD student he was part of a research group in INQUIMAE (CONICET – UBA), where he worked from 2020 to 2022. During his first year, he performed Density Functional Theory (DFT) calculations for the prediction of the electronic spectroscopy of Ruthenium complexes. Since 2021 to 2022 he worked on synthesis of novel Ruthenium cyanide bridged complexes under an UBACyT stimulus scholarship.
Currently, he is a PhD student involved in the development of selective disassemble of reticular materials to obtain novel molecules and materials.
Juan Pablo’s research interests include -but are not limited to- Metal-Organic Frameworks, Covalent-Organic Frameworks, organometallic chemistry, synthesis of novel catalysts and their applications for water splitting, artificial photosynthesis and pollutants and warfare agents degradation.
Besides his research activities, he followed his passion for teaching by giving private lessons for several years and becoming a Teacher Assistant at Universidad de Buenos Aires in 2022.
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