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chemistry professor

Carmen Nicasio, Spanish chemistry professor. Fellow Marie Curie Fellowship, European Community. Member of American Chemical Society, Real Society Espanola de Quimica.

Background

Nicasio, Carmen was born on June 13, 1966 in Sevilla, Spain.

Education

Degree in Chemistry, University Sevilla, 1989. Doctor of Philosophy in Chemistry, University Sevilla, 1993.

Career

Research fellow University York, 1990—1993, University Huelva, 1996—1997. Associate professor inorganic chemistry University Huelva, 1997—1999, lecturer inorganic chemistry, 1999—2010, University Sevilla, since 2010.

Achievements

  • Achievements include research in breakthroughs in carbon-hydrogen bond activation reactions by tris(pyrazolyl)borate iridium(I) complexes. Research in carbon-hydrogen bond fucntionalization by carbene or nitrene insertion reactions catalyzed by tris(pyrazollyl)copper(I) complexes. Research in room temperature carbon-nitrogen bond forming reactions catalyzed by nickel(II) complexes containing N-heterocyclic carbene ligands.

Membership

Member of American Chemical Society, Real Society Espanola de Quimica.

Connections

Daughter of Jose Nicasio and Carmen M Jaramillo. Married Francisco Jose Alguacil, December 5, 1966. 1 child Javier.

father:
Jose Nicasio Carmen

mother:
Carmen

spouse:
Francisco Jose Alguacil

child:
Javier Nicasio