Susana Ribeiro received her degree in 2004 and her MSc degree in 2009 at ISEP (GRAQ/LAQV-REQUIMTE). She worked with research fellowships at IPC Univ. Minho - Associated Laboratory I3N (Jan-Apr 2012) and at FCUP-REQUIMTE (Jul 2012-Feb 2014). She received her PhD in July 2019 at Faculty of Science of the University of Porto (FCUP). Her PhD project focused the development of efficient composite materials to catalyze oxidative desulfurization processes, to reduce the level of sulfur in diesel. She is currently working as a contracted researcher at FCUP/LAQV-REQUIMTE within the project FloWater (PTDC/QUI-QIN/28142/2017). Her current interests are the synthesis and functionalization of new mesoporous materials for environmental applications.
Catalytic oxidative/extractive desulfurization of model and untreated diesel using hybrid based zinc-substituted polyoxometalates
Production of ultra-deep sulfur-free diesels using a sustainable catalytic system based on UiO-66(Zr)
Effective Zinc-Substituted Keggin Composite To Catalyze the Removal of Sulfur from Real Diesels under a Solvent-Free System
Oxidative desulfurization strategies using Keggin-type polyoxometalate catalysts: Biphasic versus solvent-free systems