Materials for Sustainability and Wellness
Carlos Granadeiro graduated in Chemistry at Univ. Porto in 2004 and completed the PhD in Chemistry at the Univ. Aveiro in 2010. He is a Researcher at LAQV, Dept. Chemistry and Biochemistry, FCUP since 2011 and Invited Assistant Professor since 2020. He is the author of 43 articles, 2 conference proceedings (h-index = 21; 1982 citations) and has received several presentation/research awards including the Prémio Ramôa Ribeiro 2018 by the Portuguese Chemical Society (SPQ) for scientific achievements in the fields of Catalysis and Porous Materials. His main scientific interests include chemistry of (nano)materials, heterogeneous catalysis, oxidative desulfurization of fuels, lanthanide luminescence-based sensing and water remediation systems.
Desulfurization process conciliating heterogeneous oxidation and liquid extraction: Organic solvent or centrifugation/water?
Influence of a porous MOF support on the catalytic performance of Eu-polyoxometalate based materials: desulfurization of a model diesel
Production of ultra-deep sulfur-free diesels using a sustainable catalytic system based on UiO-66(Zr)