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Friday, 08 April 2016

Dr Javier Saiz Poseu receives the UAB Extraordinari Award for his doctoral thesis at ICN2

The UAB doctorate Extraordinary Awards will be announced today during the ceremony organised by the UAB Doctorate Program and Alumni. Dr. Javier Saiz Poseu is among the awarded doctorates from the UAB Chemistry Department for his thesis defended in 2011 and developed within the ICN2 Nanostructured Functional Materials Group led by the CSIC Research Scientist Prof Daniel Ruiz-Molina.

 

The UAB Doctorate Program and Alumni celebrate today the first ceremony to celebrate the new doctorates and announce the UAB doctorate Extraordinary Awards. The event will take place at 18h at the Hotel Campus (Program). Dr. Javier Saiz Poseu, who developed his doctoral thesis at the ICN2 Nanostructured Functional Materials Group led by the CSIC Research Scientist Prof Daniel Ruiz-Molina, is among the awarded thesis from the Chemistry Department of the Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona (UAB). With over 850 Theses defended in 2015, the UAB is one of the Catalan universities with a higher number of PhD Theses.

The thesis defended by Dr. Javier Saiz Poseu in 2011 was entitled “Multifunctional molecular systems derived from catechols: synthesis, characterization and integration”. Its directors were Prof Daniel Ruiz-Molina and Prof Félix Busqué Sánche. Dr. Javier Saiz Poseu is now a member of the ICN2 Instrumental Core Research Facilities, led by Dr. Gustavo Ceballos, where he offers advanced technical and consulting services.