Dr. Rosa Diego Creixenti

Place and date of Birth:
Corbera d’Ebre (Tarragona, Spain)
26th October 1991
Institutional address:
Centre de Recherche Paul Pascal
CRPP – CNRS UMR5031
Research team M3
115, avenue du Dr. A. Schweitzer
33600 Pessac, France

Email:      rosa.creixenti@crpp.cnrs.fr

Academic Education:

2017- 2022International PhD in Nanoscience (cum laude). Group of Magnetism and Functional Molecules (GMMF), Department of Inorganic and Organic Chemistry, University of Barcelona (UB),  Spain.
2020PhD Internship at Brooker’s Brunch. Group of Transition Metal and Macrocyclic Chemistry, Chemistry Department of the University of Otago, Dunedin, New Zealand.
2015-2016Master’s Degree in Organic Chemistry. Group of Synthetic Methodology Applied to Bioactive Compounds (SMBioCom), Department of Inorganic and Organic Chemistry, UB, Barcelona, Spain.
2015Exchange student. Master’s Programme subject: Organic synthesis. Biomedicinskt centrum (BMC), Department of Chemistry, Organic Chemistry, Uppsala University, Sweden.
2010-2015Bachelor’s Degree in Chemistry. Faculty of Chemistry, UB, Barcelona, Spain.
  

Previous positions:

2022Postdoctoral Researcher at the Institute of Inorganic and Analytical Chemistry, Johannes Gutenberg-Universität Mainz (JGU), Mainz, Germany.

Awards & Honours:

2022ADAGIO (Advanced Manufacturing Research Fellowship Programme). MSCA-COFUND-2020 for incorporating  postdoctoral talent in the area of Advance Manufacturing.
2019PhD Mobility Fellowship to spend 6 months at the Group of Transition Metal and Macrocyclic Chemistry, University of Otago, Dunedin, New Zealand. Spanish Ministry of Economy, Industry and competitiveness (BES-2016-077874).
2019II Tesimarató Award (Catalan version of 3 Minute Thesis), Linguistic Dynamization Commission, Faculty of Chemistry, UB, Barcelona, Spain.
2018Three-minute thesis (3MT) Award, Coïmbra Group and Catalan Foundation for Research and Innovation (FCRi), La UB divulga, UB, Barcelona, Spain.
2018Best Oral Communication Award in the Synthetic methodology of organic and inorganic compounds Symposium, Tenth meeting of Young Researchers of the Catalan Countries, Catalan Society of Chemistry (SCQ), Barcelona, Spain
2017FPI PhD Fellowship. The Spanish Ministry of Economy, Industry and competitiveness (BES-2016-077874).
2015Summer Fellowship at SMBioCom Group as an internal student for accomplishing the synthesis of anticancer agent. Department of Organic Chemistry, UB, Spain.
2015Erasmus Mobility Grant during the last year of the B.Sc Degree (January 19th – June 5th) at the Biomedicinskt Centrum (BMC) and Sascha Ott’s Group at Ångström Laboratory, Department of Organic Chemistry, Faculty of Chemistry, Uppsala University, Uppsala, Sweden.

Scholarly Presentations:

Participation in 12 conferences and workshops (4 with an international character such as ECMM, ICMM, EuCheMs, EsMolNa) of which 4 with an oral contribution and 1 as invited speaker, and 6 posters.

Most relevant publications (h factor = 5; 78 citations)

Aleshin, D. Y., Diego, R., Barrios, L.A., Nelyubina, Y.V., Aromí, G., Novikov, V. “Unravelling of a [HSLS]↔[LS-HS] Equilibrium in spin-Crossover Iron (II) Dinuclear Helicates Using Paramagnetic NMR Spectroscopy.” Angew. Chem. Int. Ed., 61, 2021, p. e202110310

Diego, R., Darawsheh, M., Barrios, L.A., Sadurní, A, García, J., Lloyd-Williams, P., Teat, S. J., Roubeau, O.,Aguilà, D., Aromí, G. “Designed asymmetric coordination helicates with bis-β-diketonate ligands.” Dalton. Trans., 48, 2019, 16844-16847

Diego, R., Pavov, A., Darawsheh, M., Aleshin, D., Nehrkorn, J., Nelyubina, Y., Roubeau, O., Novikov, V., Aromí, G. “Coordination [CoII2] and [CoIIZnII] Helicates Showing slow Magnetic Relaxation.”Inorg. Chem., 58, 2019, 9562-9566

Bartual-Murgui, C., Diego, R., Vela, S., Teat, S. J., Roubeau, O., Aromí, G. “A Spin-Crossover Molecular Material Describing Four distinct thermal Pathways.” Inorg. Chem., 57, 2018, 11019-11026 Bartual-Murgui, C., Vela, S., Darawsheh, M., Diego, R., Teat, S. J., Roubeau, O., Aromí, G. “A probe of stericligand substituent effects on the spin crossover of Fe(II) complexes.” Inorg. Chem. Front., 4, 2017, 1374-1383