Over the past decade, our group and the Parreira group have collaborated on several research projects, including H-bonds, reactivity, non-covalent interactions, QSAR, and others. This worthwhile collaboration has resulted in a large number of high profile publications. (Research ID).
Prof. Muñoz-Castro directs the AMCLAB and his research interest is to solve problems in Inorganic, Organic, Organometallic, Excited state Chemistry using theoretical and computational methodologies, in order to understand the electronic structure and related molecular properties, increasing the knowledge about experimental physicochemical observables. Our fruitful collaboration has provided many high impact publications. (Research ID)
Prof. Segala is dedicated to investigating physicochemical problems with an emphasis in density-functional theory (DFT), core-electron binding energy (CEBE), structure-activity relationships (SAR), benzoxazoles and x-ray photoelectron spectroscopy (XPS). He is currently a professor at the Department of Physical Chemistry of the Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul in Porto Alegre. Professor Segala has maintained a permanent collaborative work with, especially concerning the applications of CEBE and the investigations about the electronic structure of metallic clusters and materials. (Research ID)
Prof. Machado has experience in Physical Organic Chemistry and Supramolecular Chemistry, working mainly on the following subjects: solvatochromic compounds, preferential solvation, enzymatic models, ionic and molecular recognition, optical devices for chromogenic and fluorogenic detection, functional polymers and inorganic self-assembly. The research carried out by his group currently involves the synthesis and characterization of new families of conjugated systems featuring electron donor and acceptor groups to be applied as perichromic dyes and in the assembly of supramolecular optical devices that have the potential to be applied in optical detection systems. cationic, neutral and anionic analytes, in light conversion devices and organic opto-electronic devices.investigations about the electronic structure of metallic clusters and materials. (Research ID)
Prof. Domingos has PhD in Chemistry at UFSC and University of California Santa Bárbara (2003), he did post-doctoral internships at the Department of Biochemistry at Cambridge University (2003-2005) and at the Institute of Chemistry at UFRGS (2005). Since 2006 he has been a Professor in the Department of Chemistry at the Federal University of Santa Catarina. His research interests are in elucidating the mechanisms of organic reactions catalyzed by nanoparticles and metallic complexes, with an emphasis on bio-orthogonal catalysis.. (Research ID)