Institute of Advanced Materials (INAM)
Universitat Jaume I
Bio and Research Interests:
Susana Ibáñez (Researcher ID: K-2781-2014) graduated in Chemistry in 2001 at the University of Zaragoza. She received her Ph.D. Degree with European Doctorate (2007) at University of Zaragoza, under the supervision of Prof. Juan Forniés, where she worked on polynuclear complexes of palladium and / or platinum diphenylphosphide groups as bridging ligands. She then moved to Bari (Italy) as a postdoctoral fellow, under the supervision of Prof. Piero Mastrorilli. In 2009, she joined Prof. Bernhard Lippert at Tecnische Universität Dortmund, where she stayed for two years, working on the Molecular Architecture of platinum complexes containing metal noncovalent interactions nucleic acid. In 2011, she then moved to Valencia as a postdoctoral contract and worked the synthesis and catalytic applications of polynuclear complexes of platinum group metals in unusual oxidation states such as palladium (III). In 2014 she joined Prof. Eduardo Peris’ group at Jaume I University as an associate researcher.
Angewandte Chemie International Edition,2017,56,9786 –9790. Ibáñez, S.; Poyatos, M.; Peris, E.Cation-Driven Self-Assembly of a Gold(I)-Based Metallo-Tweezer.
Chemical Communications,2017,53,3733-3736. Ibáñez, S.; Poyatos, M.; Peris, E.A D-3h-symmetry hexaazatriphenylene-tris-N-heterocyclic carbene ligand and its coordination to iridium and gold: preliminary catalytic studies.
ChamCatChem,2016,8,3790-3795. Ibáñez, S.; Poyatos, M.; Peris, E.Ferrocenyl-Benzo-Fused Imidazolylidene Complex of Ruthenium as Redox-Switchable Catalyst for the Transfer Hydrogenation of Ketones and Imines.
Organometallics,2016,35,2747-275. Ibáñez, S.; Poyatos, M.; Peris, E.Ferrocenyl-Imidazolylidene Ligand for Redox-Switchable Gold-Based Catalysis. A Detailed Study on the Redox-Switching Abilities of the Ligand.
Dalton Transactions,2016,45,14154-14159. Ibáñez, S.; Poyatos, M.; Peris, E.Mono and dimetallic pyrene-imidazolylidene complexes of iridium(III) for the deuteration of organic substrates and the C-C coupling of alcohols.