Assistant Professor, Faculty of Science
Anabel was born in Laguna Larga (Córdoba, Argentina). She obtained her BSc in Chemistry from the National University of Córdoba in 2007 and subsequently worked for the R&D division of Genbra Argentina S.A. in the field of agricultural sciences. In 2008, she was awarded the prestigious PhD fellowship from CONICET to pursue her graduate studies, which included stints at the University of Johannesburg (South Africa) and the University of Valencia (Spain). She received her PhD in Chemistry with Honours from the National University of Córdoba in 2013. Anabel then spent a short time as a postdoctoral fellow at the Rhodes University (South Africa) and at the National University of Córdoba working on the development of new coated magnetic particles in Langmuir monolayer model membranes. At the end of 2013, Anabel moved to Canada to work as a postdoctoral fellow under the supervision of Prof. Tito Scaiano at the University of Ottawa, where she developed her expertise in the field of heterogeneous photocatalysis. In 2017, she was hired as a Research Associate to help Prof Scaiano run a group of more than 10 researchers. In 2020, she joined the University of Nottingham as an Assistant Professor.
Anabel teaches part of an advanced materials chemistry module for fourth-year students and is the director of the F103 Programme, the MSci with an International Study Year.
The group is focused on the rational design of heterogeneous photocatalysts based on earth-abundant, inexpensive and stable materials. Our interests range from developing fundamental knowledge about… read more
The group is focused on the rational design of heterogeneous photocatalysts based on earth-abundant, inexpensive and stable materials. Our interests range from developing fundamental knowledge about the relationship between materials properties and their efficiencies to materials design for potential large-scale applications.
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