Alejandro Natoli Gutiérrez
  PhD Student  
   
  e-mail: anatoli@ua.pt  
  department: Materials and Ceramic Engineering  
  office: 9.2.8  
   
  supervisor: Jorge Ribeiro Frade  
  co-supervisor: Aleksey Yaremchenko  
  direct url: http://www.ciceco.ua.pt/anatoli  
     
Short CV

Date and place of birth: 22 September 1986, Málaga, Spain

Academic degrees:

•  MSc degree in  Advanced Chemistry (1-year program), Sciencie Faculty, Applied Physic department, University of Málaga, Spain, 2013.

   MSc Thesis: ““Evaluation of uncertainty indetermining rates of alpha and gross beta activity un water samples”

•  Degree in Chemistry (5-year program), Sciencie Faculty, Chemistry department, University of Málaga, Spain, 2012.

Scientific and professional activities:

since 2017: PhD student, Department of Materials and Ceramic Engineering, CICECO, University of Aveiro.

2014 and 2018: SECAT fellow at Instituto de Tecnologia Quimica, Politecnique Univesity of Valencia (ITQ-UPV), Valencia, Spain

2013-2014: post graduate internship at Department of Inorganic Chemistry, Crystallography and Mineralogy, University of Málaga, Spain

2009-2011: pre-graduate internship at Department of Inorganic Chemistry, Crystallography and Mineralogy, University of Málaga, Spain

scientific interests and specialization

Area of scientific activity:
Solid Oxide Fuel Cells; (Electro)Catalysis; Energy Conversion and Storage Materials; Steam Electrolysis;

Scientific domain:
Materials Science, Physical Chemistry; Solid State Chemistry and Electrochemistry;

Specialization:
Solid-state reaction synthesis; Structural and microstructural characterization: X-ray diffraction (XRD); 
Electrical measurements: electrical conductivity (DC methods and AC impedance spectroscopy);
Studies of mixed ionic-electronic transport in oxides: oxygen permeation measurements; determination of transference numbers (modified EMF technique; Faradaic efficiency technique; polarization methods); Thermochemical expansion;

Present research interests:
- Development of ionic, electronic and mixed ionic-electronic conductors
- Solid electrolyte cells for energy storage (high-temperature steam electrolysis, carbon dioxide electrolysis); 

publications

 
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