Laia Vilella gained her PhD degree!
Laia Vilella got her PhD degree under my co-supervision shared with Prof. Lledós (UAB). The defence took place in Bellaterra (Spain) on December 11th 2015. The thesis was entitled Elucidating Reaction Mechanisms for Metal-Catalyzed Oxidations, with results published in Dalton Transactions and the Journal of the American Chemical Society. The tribunal, including Dr. Comas-Vives, Shafir and Prof. Sola (president) awarded the thesis with the maximum qualification. Laia is now leaving to the Stanford University (USA) for a postdoctoral position in the group of Prof. Nørskov.
Keywords: Computational, and, catalysts, cross-coupling, design, experimental, indenyl, new, of, palladium
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