Dr.Carlos Luque Corredera
Science Department - Academic Area
EUSS Address: Escola Universitària Salesiana de Sarrià
Pg. Sant Joan Bosco, 74 - 08017 Barcelona
Telf: +34 932 805 244 - Fax: +34 932 806 642
Doctor/a en Química Orgància Experimental i Industrial
(2014, Universitat de Barcelona)
Màster Oficial en Ciència i Tecnologia Químiques
(2009, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona)
Llicenciat/da en Química
(2008, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona)
Report for Tenure-track lecturer
(03/10/2018, Agència per a la Qualitat del Sistema Universitari de Catalunya)
Electrical Energy Storage
Technical Office and Project Management
Dr. Carlos Luque-Corredera graduated in Chemistry in 2008 from the Autonomous University of Barcelona, ??where he also completed an official master's degree in Chemical Science and Technology in 2009. Subsequently, he completed his doctoral thesis in Organic Chemistry in the Azapoliciclos Synthesis Group from the Faculty of Pharmacy (University of Barcelona) in 2014, under the supervision of professors Josep Bonjoch and Ben Bradshaw. In 2015 he joined as a professor in the Basic Training Department of the Salesian University School of Sarrià (EUSS), where until now, he combines teaching with research tasks. Currently, he is a doctor linked to the Institute of Materials Science of Barcelona (ICMAB), where he works in the Nanomol group, carrying out research tasks in a multidisciplinary project, which is called "Mol4Bio", and whose objective is to prepare of hybrid materials for biomedical applications. Among all the branches that are involved in this project, there is mechanical engineering, science of materials and electricity, as well as synthetic organic chemistry. From this collaboration, a post-doctoral stay was carried out at the University of Delaware (DE, USA) in 2017. In 2012 he obtained the Reader's accreditation issued by the Agency for the Quality of the University System of Catalonia (AQU).
Organic synthesis of natural products mitjançant organocatàlisi. Medical chemistry. Aliments chemistry. Biomaterials with biomedical applications. Strategic design of the Intellectual Industrial Property. (patents and models of protection)
Organic synthesis, materials science, new teaching methodologies in engineering.
Most significant academic merits
6 scientific articles (4 d?ells in Q1) He participated in 4 national congresses and in 1 international congress during the doctoral thesis. He participated in 5 congresses on s?ha presented post-doctoral research (3 international d?ells). Post-doctoral stay at the University of Delaware in 2017. Design of an SRP for the subject of Chemistry in the 1st course of engineering degree. Accreditation of Professor Lector per l?AQU (2018).
1 Preparation, separation and characterisation of two regioisomers of a N-hydroxyalkylpyridylpyrazole ligand: A structural investigation of their coordination to Pd(II) and Zn(II) centres. Inorg. Chim. Acta. 2011, 367, 35-43.
2. Cis-decahydroquinolines via Asymmetric Organocatalysis: Application to the total Synthesis of (+)-Lycoposerramine Z. Org. Lett. 2013, 15, 326-329.
3. Synthetic and DFT Studies towards a Unified Approach to Phlegmarine alkaloids: Aza-Michael intramolecular processes leading to 5-oxodecahydroquinolines. Chem. Eur. J. 2013, 19, 13881-13892.
4. A gram-scale route to Phlegmarine alkaloids: Rapid total synthesis of (-)-Cermizine B. Chem. Commun. 2014, 50, 7099-7102.