MIGA RESEARCH GROUP
As an institution we support the training and constant training of our researchers and students in collaboration with different Universities and Research Centers around the world.
Our team is made up of postdoctoral, doctoral, postgraduate and undergraduate researchers. Below, we detail the important milestones of our researchers who are abroad.
Recent events and publications
Pedro Vargas, researcher of line 5, presented his thesis Long-term energy modelling for Chile: Transition to Carbon Neutrality, to finalise his studies as Doctorate in Engineering Systems at the University of Talca.
Valentina Cavieres, undergraduate student of line 2, presented her thesis Electrodes of nanocarbon pastes and ionic liquids, modified with nanocomposites of nanopolyaniline/nanoparticles of transition metal exides. Activity as electrocatalysts and sensors for reactions of interest, obtained her degree in Chemistry and Bachelor in Chemistry.a
Raúl Canales, student of Civil Mechanical Engineering and researcher of line 3, presented his thesis "Mechanical synthesis and characterisation of perovskite based on 𝑩𝒂𝟎.𝟓𝑺𝒓𝟎.𝟓𝑭𝒆𝟏-𝒙𝑪𝒖𝒙𝑶𝟑".
Yoseline Guenel, student of Civil Mechanical Engineering and researcher of line 3, presented her thesis "Electrical evaluation of perovskites of the type Ba0.5Sr0.5Fe1-xCuxO3-δ".
José Stears, chemistry student and line 1 researcher, presented his thesis entitled "Synthesis of metal sulphides and application to electrochemical nitrogen reduction".
Daniel Correa, PhD student in chemistry and Line 1 researcher, gave a talk on Synthesis of FeMo electrodes for nitrogen reduction to ammonia at the VII National Nanotechnology Congress, Chile.
Herna Barrientos, postdoc of line 2, participated with the poster "ammonia as an energy vector for hydrogen production" in the International Seminar on energy storage as a key to face the climate crisis held by the COPEC-UC Foundation.
Lukas Jiron, Civil Mechanical Engineering student and researcher of line 3, presented his thesis "Design and manufacture of an orthohedral pellet die for electrical evaluation of cathodes in SOFC'S".
Juan Pablo Jofré, researcher of line 1, gave a talk on Tandem electrocatalysis between Cu-Zn nanostructures for the selective reduction of CO2 to C2 and C2+ compounds, at the Meeting of the American Chemical Society
Camila Arcos, researcher on line 4, won a scholarship to go to China thanks to her doctoral research related to lithium
Natalia Sáez from line 1 graduated with a degree in Industrial Chemistry and a Bachelor of Science with a mention in Chemistry with her thesis Manufacturing of inks based on copper (II) oxide nanoparticles for electrochemical reduction of CO2
Pedro Pablo Vargas, postdoc in Engineering Systems, joins the line 5 team
Camila Arcos starts an Internship at the École Nationale Supérieure de Chimie, Paris.
Valeria Gazzano passes her degree exam and has a PhD in Chemistry with her thesis Manufacture of conductive inks based on copper nanoparticles and copper oxide (I) for their application in electrochemical and photoelectrochemical reduction of carbon dioxide.
Elías Mardones passes the Qualification Exam and is a doctoral candidate with his thesis Reactivity of bimetallic nanostructures in tandem regime, Cu-Zn vs Cu-Bi for the reduction of carbon dioxide.
Camila Arcos presented a poster at the 2nd Ammonia Energy Symposium organized by the University of Orelans, France.
Integration of high levels of electrolytic hydrogen production: Impact on power systems planning. Posted by Pedro Vargas-Ferrer, Eduardo Álvarez-Miranda, Claudio Tenreiro, Francisca Jalil-Vega.
Camila Arcos, doctoral student in engineering sciences with a mention in mechanics and metallurgy and researcher of line 4, begins an internship at the École Nationale Supérieure de Chimie, Paris.