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Program no. 1 COMPUTER MOLECULAR DESIGN

Coordinator: Dr. Liliana PĂCUREANU

  • The study of biological, toxicological and technical aspects of organic compounds by chemometrics methods, quantum chemical molecular modeling and QSAR / QSPR / QSTR techniques
    Responsabil: Dr.ing. Simona Funar-Timofei

  • Applications of molecular modeling methods for active ligands on membrane proteins and protein-kinases
    Responsible: Dr. ing. Liliana Pacureanu

Program no. 2 CONTRIBUTIONS TO THE CHEMISTRY OF ORGANIC COMPOUNDS, ORGANIC ELEMENT AND POLYMERS CONTAINING F, N, P, S. SYNTHESIS,
CHARACTERIZATION, APPLICATIONS

Coordinator: Dr. Aurelia Visa

  • “Green” methods in the synthesis of compounds containing heteroelements (P, F, N) and their use to obtain special materials
    Responsible: Dr. Gheorghe Ilia

  • Macromolecular compounds containing phosphorous and/or nitrogen with controlled properties and targeted: reactive polymers, sorbents,
    electrolytes, membranes, flame retardant, catalysts, antimicrobial agents and corrosion protection
    Responsible: Dr. ing Adriana Popa

  • Phosphonyl metal organic networks and/or carboxylic groups with tailored properties
    Responsible: Dr. chim. Aurelia Visa

  • Multifunctional compounds – pollutants vectors for removing dyes with applications in environmental protection
    Responsible: Dr. Ing. Simona Gabriela Muntean

Program no. 3 THE CHEMISTRY AND APPLICATIONS OF TETRAPYRROLIC COMPOUNDS FROM PORPHYRINS.

Coordinator: Dr. Ing. Eugenia Făgădar Cosma

  • Advanced optoelectronic materials with special properties based on porphyrins and their complex compounds. Technical
    and biological applications.
    Responsible: Dr. Ing. Eugenia Făgădar Cosma

Program no. 4 INORGANIC AND HYBRID COMPOUNDS WITH RELEVANCE IN NANOSTRUCTURED MATERIALS SCIENCE. PRECURSORS FOR ADVANCED MATERIALS.

Coordinator: Dr. Elisabeta SZERB

  • Ligands and homo- and hetropolynuclear coordination complexes of 3d metal ions, precursors for:
    1. advanced materials;
    2. supramolecular systems with relevance in biological systems and materials science.
    3. Responsible: Dr. Otilia Costisor
  • Multicomponent systems with special optical, magnetic and pharmacological properties (oxides and salts) obtained by co-precipitation, ceramic, sol-gel, sonosynthesis techniques and using complex compounds as precursors.
    Responsible: Dr. Cecilia Savii

  • Design at molecular level and synthesis of compounds with directed catalytic activity for transformation reactions of obtained substances from renewable sources in organic intermediates or energy sources and for destruction reactions of some pollutants.
    Responsible: Dr. ing. Viorel Sasca, CS I

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