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Jesus Canales-Vazquez, Spanish research scientist. Achievements include research in role of oxygen non-stoichiometry in the structure and electrochemical properties of titanates and their potential use as anodes for high temperature fuel cells; research in characterisation of TiO2-B nanotubes and wires for their use in Li-batteries; research in the structural transformations of the electrodes in Ni-batteries.

Background

Canales-Vazquez, Jesus was born on May 9, 1977 in Madrid. Son of Jesús Canales-Pérez and Josefa Vázquez-Pablo.

Education

Bachelor of Science in Chemistry, University Complutense, Madrid, 2000. Doctor of Philosophy in Chemistry, University St Andrews, St Andrews, Scotland, 2003.

Career

Research fellow University St Andrews, 2003—2004. Juan de La Cierva research fellow Spanish National Research Council, Bellaterra, Spain, 2004—2006. Head fuel cell department, IER-PCYTA University de Castilla-La Mancha, Albacete, Spain, since 2006, coordinator Master of Science courses renewable energies, since 2007, secretary Renewable Energy Research Institute PCYTA, since 2008.

Achievements

  • Achievements include research in role of oxygen non-stoichiometry in the structure and electrochemical properties of titanates and their potential use as anodes for high temperature fuel cells. Research in characterisation of TiO2-B nanotubes and wires for their use in Li-batteries. Research in the structural transformations of the electrodes in Ni-batteries.

Connections

Life partner Pilar Clemente-Casares. 1 child Marc Canales-Clemente.

father:
Jesús Canales-Pérez

mother:
Josefa Vázquez-Pablo

child:
Marc Canales-Clemente Canales-Vazquez