Moisés Luzia Pinto
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Perfil biográfico

ORCID: 0000-0003-3061-9632

Researcher ID: B-4086-2009

Moisés Luzia Pinto (b. 1976) obteve o doutoramento em Química (Química-Física), no final de 2005, na Universidade de Lisboa. Desenvolveu investigação de Pós-doutoramento no Centro de Química e Bioquímica da Faculdade de Ciências da Universidade de Lisboa (CQB) e no Centro de Investigação em Materiais Cerâmicos e Compósitos (CICECO) da Universidade de Aveiro. Em 2009 em estágio no laboratório de microcalorimentria de adsorção do “Instituto de Química-Física Rocasolano”, CSIC, Espanha e em 2011, no laboratório de sólidos porosos do “Institut Lavoisier Versailles”, CNRS, França. Desde 2013, é Investigador Auxiliar no CICECO, contratado no programa Investigador FCT (2013- , Eq. Inv. Aux.).

Em 2005 foi finalista do programa COHiTEC, promovido pela COTEC e lecionado pelo HiTEC center of the North Carolina State University em conjunto com a Faculdade de Economia da UNL, que incluiu o desenvolvimento de um Plano de Negócios baseado na tecnologia de produção de filtros de poliuretano com adsorventes suportados. Recebeu o segundo prémio na XXXIII Reunión Iberica de Adsorción para o melhor poster científico, em 2008. O artigo intitulado "Controlled release of therapeutic nitric oxide from nanoporous materials" foi seleccionado pelo Atomium Culture Scientific Committee, no concurso de 2011, para ser publicado pelo Permanent Platform of Atomium Culture, que envolve jornais Europeus de referência. Em 2012 recebeu o Prémio Giorgio Zgrablich pelo trabalho apresentado na 1º Simpósio Ibero-Americano sobre Adsorção.

Na sequência de um projecto, financiado pelo programa NEOTEC, baseado no seu trabalho de investigação de doutoramento, foi cofundador de uma empresa com alguns colegas e foi nomeado presidente do Conselho de Administração de 2007 a 2010. Atualmente é presidente da Mesa da Assembleia Geral de Acionistas.

Interesses científicos

MLP desenvolve trabalho de investigação na área de materiais adsorventes, nomeadamente na síntese e caracterização de materiais adsorventes e materiais compósitos adsorvente/polímero, e em separações de gases e COV. Mais recentemente, está a desenvolver investigação na área de materiais nanoporosos obtidos a partir de argilas e materiais híbridos orgânicos /inorgânicos, para purificação, armazenamento e libertação controlada de gases

Grupo de Investigação
Principais colaboradores

• Prof. João Pires da Silva, CQB, University of Lisbon, Portugal
• Prof. João Rocha, CICECO, University of Aveiro, Portugal
• Prof. Ana Paula Carvalho, CQB, University of Lisbon, Portugal
• Dr. Christian Serre, ILV, Université Versailles St Quentin-en-Yvelines, France
• Dr. Guil Pinto, Instituto de Química-Física Rocasolano, CSIC, Spain
• Prof. Fernando Antunes, CQB, University of Lisbon, Portugal
• Prof. Carlota Saldanha, IMM, University of Lisbon, Portugal
• Dr. José R.B. Gomes, CICECO, University of Aveiro, Portugal
• Dr. Fanian Shi, CICECO, University of Aveiro, Portugal
• Dr. Luís Mafra, CICECO, University of Aveiro, Portugal

Actividade pedagógica
Publicações seleccionadas

Composite adsorbent materials
• Saini, V.K.; Pinto, M.L. and Pires, J., Characterization of hierarchical porosity in novel composite monoliths with adsorption studies. Colloids and Surfaces A: Physicochemical and Engineering Aspects, 2011, 373(1-3): 158-166
• Pinto, M.L., The Use of Nanoporous Adsorbents in Filtering Media for Improving Indoor Air Quality. Recent Patents on Nanotechnology, 2008. 2(2): p. 120-127.
• Carvalho, A.P.; Mestre, A.S.; Pires, J.; Pinto, M.L. and Rosa, M.E., Granular activated carbons from powdered samples using clays as binders for the adsorption of organic vapours. Microporous and Mesoporous Materials, 2006. 93(1-3): p. 226-231.
• Correia, N.; Bordado, J.C.; Pires, J.; Carvalho, M.B.; Carvalho, A. and Pinto, M., Open Cell Polyurethane Foams for New Filters with Supported Adsorbents. Materials Science Forum, 2006. 514-516: p. 892-896.
• Pinto, M.L.; Pires, J.; Carvalho, A.; Carvalho, M.B. and Bordado, J.C., Synthesis and regeneration of Polyurethane/Adsorbent composites and characterization by adsorption methods. Microporous and Mesoporous Materials, 2006. 89(1-3): p. 260-269.
• Pinto, M.L.; Pires, J.; Carvalho, A.P.; de Carvalho, M.B. and Bordado, J.C., Characterization of adsorbent materials supported on polyurethane foams by nitrogen and toluene adsorption. Microporous and Mesoporous Materials, 2005. 80(1-3): p. 253-262.
• Pinto, M.L.; Pires, J.; Carvalho, A.P.; Bordado, J.C.M. and de Carvalho, M.B., Sorption Isotherms of Organic Vapors on Polyurethane Foams. Journal of Physical Chemistry B, 2004. 108(36): p. 13813-13820.
• Pinto, M.L.; Pires, J.; Carvalho, A.P.; Bordado, J.C.M. and de Carvalho, M.B., Synthesis and characterization of polyurethane foam matrices for the support of granular adsorbent materials. Journal of Applied Polymer Science, 2004. 92(3): p. 2045-2053.

High-pressure and selective adsorption
• Pinto, M.L. and Pires, J., Porous and hybrid clay based materials for separation of hydrocarbons. Microporous and Mesoporous Materials, 2012. 151(1): p. 403-410.
• Pinto, M.L.; Rocha, J.; Gomes, J.R.B. and Pires, J., Slow Release of NO by Microporous Titanosilicate ETS-4. Journal of the American Chemical Society, 2011. 133(16): p. 6396-6402.
• Pinto, M.L.; Mafra, L.; Guil, J.M.; Pires, J. and Rocha, J., Adsorption and Activation of CO2 by Amine-Modified Nanoporous Materials Studied by Solid-State NMR and 13CO2 Adsorption. Chemistry of Materials, 2011. 23(6): p. 1387-1395.
• Saini, V.; Pinto, M.L. and Pires, J., Natural clay binder based extrudates of mesoporous materials: improved materials for selective adsorption of natural and biogas components. Green Chemistry, 2011. 13(5): p. 1251-1259.
• Moriones, P., Ríos, X., Echeverría, J.C., Garrido, J.J., Pires, J., and Pinto, M., Hybrid organic-inorganic phenyl stationary phases for the gas separation of organic binary mixtures. Colloids and Surfaces A: Physicochemical and Engineering Aspects, 2011. 389(1-3): p. 69-75.
• Saini, V.; Pinto, M.L. and Pires, J., High Pressure Adsorption Studies of Ethane and Ethylene on Clay Based Adsorbent Materials. Separation Science and Technology 2011. 48(1): p. 137-146.
• Pires, J.; Saini, V.K. and Pinto, M.L., Studies on Selective Adsorption of Biogas Components on Pillared Clays: Approach for Biogas Improvement. Environmental Science & Technology, 2008. 42(23): p. 8727-8732.
• Pinto, M.L.; Pires, J. and Rocha, J., Porous materials prepared from clays for the upgrade of landfill gas. Journal of Physical Chemistry C, 2008. 112(37): p. 14394-14402.
• Pires, J.; Bestilleiro, M.; Pinto, M. and Gil, A., Selective adsorption of carbon dioxide, methane and ethane by porous clays heterostructures. Separation and Purification Technology, 2008. 61(2): p. 161-167.
• Pinto, M.L.; Pires, J.; Carvalho, A.; Carvalho, M.B. and Bordado, J.C., On the difficulties of predicting the adsorption of volatile organic compounds at low pressures in microporous solid: the example of ethyl benzene. Journal of Physical Chemistry B, 2005: 110(1): p. 250-257.
• Pires, J.; Araujo, A.C.; Carvalho, A.P.; Pinto, M.L.; Gonzalez-Calbet, J.M. and Ramirez-Castellanos, J., Porous materials from clays by the gallery template approach: synthesis, characterization and adsorption properties. Microporous and Mesoporous Materials, 2004. 73(3): p. 175-180.
• Pires, J.; Pinto, M.L.; Carvalho, A. and de Carvalho, M.B., Adsorption of volatile organic compounds in pillared clays: Estimation of the separation factor by a method derived from the Dubinin-Radushkevich equation. Langmuir, 2003. 19(19): p. 7941-7943.

Characterization of adsorbent/porous materials
• Santos, T.P., Vaz, M.F., Pinto, M.L., and Carvalho, A.P., Porosity characterization of old portuguese ceramic tiles. Construction & Building Materials, 2012. 28(1): p. 104-110.
• Mestre, A.S.; Bexiga, A.S.; Proença, M.; Andrade, M.; Pinto, M.L.; Matos, I.; Fonseca, I.M. and Carvalho, A.P., Activated carbons from sisal waste by chemical activation with K2CO3. Kinetics of paracetamol and ibuprofen removal from aqueous solution. Bioresource Technology, 2011. 102(17): p. 8253-8260.
• Pires, J.; Pinto, M.L. and Guil, J.M., Heats of adsorption from the Dubinin-Astakhov model applied to the characterization of pillared interlayered clays (PILCs). Adsorption, 2011. 17(2): p. 287-292.
• Saini, V.; Andrade, M.; Pinto, M.L.; Carvalho, A.P. and Pires, J., How the adsorption properties get changed when going from SBA-15 to its CMK-3 carbon replica. Separation and Purification Technology, 2010. 75(3): p. 366-376.
• Pinto, M.L.; Mestre, A.S.; Carvalho, A.P. and Pires, J., Comparison of Methods to Obtain Micropore Size Distributions of Carbonaceous Materials from CO2 Adsorption Based on the Dubinin-Radushkevich Isotherm. Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research, 2010. 49(10): p. 4726-4730.
• Borrego, T.; Andrade, M.; Pinto, M.L.; Silva, A.R.; Carvalho, A.P.; Rocha, J.; Freire, C. and Pires, J., Physicochemical characterization of silylated functionalized materials. Journal of Colloid and Interface Science, 2010. 344(2): p. 603-610.
• Mestre, A.S.; Pinto, M.L.; Pires, J.; Nogueira, J.M.F. and Carvalho, A.P., Effect of solution pH on the removal of clofibric acid by cork-based activated carbons. Carbon, 2010. 48(4): p. 972-980.
• Pires, J.; Pinto, M.; Estella, J. and Echeverria, J.C., Characterization of the hydrophobicity of mesoporous silicas and clays with silica pillars by water adsorption and DRIFT. Journal of Colloid and Interface Science, 2008. 317(1): p. 206-213.
• Mahbouba, R.; El Mouzdahir, Y.; Elmchaouri, A.; Carvalho, A.; Pires, J. and Pinto, M., Characterization of a delaminated clay and pillared clays by adsorption of probe molecules. Colloids and Surfaces A: Physicochem. Eng. Aspects, 2006. 280(1-3): p. 81-87.
• Pires, J.; Carvalho, A.; Pinto, M. and Rocha, J., Characterization of Y zeolites dealuminated by solid-state reaction with ammonium hexafluorosilicate. Journal of Porous Materials, 2006. 13(2): p. 107-114.
• Pires, J.; Pinto, M.L.; Carvalho, A. and de Carvalho, M.B., Assessment of hydrophobic-hydrophilic properties of microporous materials from water adsorption isotherms. Adsorption, 2003. 9(4): p. 303-309.
• Pires, J.; Pinto, M.; Carvalho, A. and de Carvalho, M.B., Adsorption of acetone, methyl ethyl ketone, 1,1,1- trichloroethane, and trichloroethylene in granular activated carbons. Journal of Chemical and Engineering Data, 2003. 48(2): p. 416-420.

Application of adsorbents to Analytical Chemistry.
• Sequeiros, R.C.P.; Portugal, F.C.M.; Pinto, M.L.; Pires, J.; Neng, N. and Nogueira, J.M.F., Development and Application of Stir Bar Sorptive Extraction with Polyurethane Foams for the Determination of Testosterone and Methenolone in Urine Matrices. Journal of Chromatographic Science, 2011. 49(4): p. 297-302.
• Portugal, F.C.M.; Pinto, M.L.; Pires, J. and Nogueira, J.M.F., Potentialities of polyurethane foams for trace level analysis of triazinic metabolites in water matrices by stir bar sorptive extraction. Journal of Chromatography A, 2010. 1217(23): p. 3707-3710.
• Portugal, F.C.M.; Pinto, M.L. and Nogueira, J.M.F., Optimization of Polyurethane Foams for Enhanced Stir Bar Sorptive Extraction of Triazinic Herbicides in Water Matrices. Talanta, 2008. 77(2): p. 765-773.
• Neng, N.R.; Pinto, M.L.; Pires, J.; Marcos, P.M. and Nogueira, J.M.F., Development, optimisation and application of polyurethane foams as new polymeric phases for stir bar sorptive extraction. Journal of Chromatography A, 2007. 1171(1-2): p. 8-14.

Educational
• Pinto, M.L., Formulation, Preparation, and Characterization of Polyurethane Foams. Journal of Chemical Education, 2010. 87(2): p. 212-215.

 

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