The aim of the project Membranes for the removal of micropollutant for drinking water production is the development of isoporous membranes based on a templated liquid crystal with tunable pore functionality and pore size for the retention of micropollutants for water purification and drinking water production.
Anna Casimiro did her BSc and MSc at the Chemistry Department of the University of Parma, Italy. She also got a MSc degree from the Chemistry Department of the University of Cape Town, South Africa<br/>In September 2018 she started her Phd in the Membrane Materials and Processes Group, Department of Chemical Engineering & Chemistry, Eindhoven University of Technology.<br/>Her expertises are Catalysis, Dirhodium(II) complexes, Supramolecular chemistry and Auxetic materials
On the impact of the type of anion on the properties of solid-state electrolytesPolymer (2022)
Non-Globular Organic Ionic Plastic Crystal Containing a Crown-Ether Moiety – Tuning Its Behaviour Using Sodium SaltsChemPhysChem (2022)
On the Order and Orientation in Liquid Crystalline Polymer Membranes for Gas SeparationChemistry of Materials (2021)
Bimetallic Paddlewheel-type Dirhodium(II,II) Acetate and Formamidinate ComplexesInorganic Chemistry (2020)
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