Workshop on the Application of the IGM approach to covalent bonding and non-covalent interactions in Chemistry
Prof. Eric Henon, from Université de Reims Champagne-Ardenne, talked about the new approach, “Independent Gradient Model” (IGM), for probing
strong and weak interactions in and between molecules. A software has been developed by his group, named IGMPLOT to reveal molecular interaction signatures
from the electron density topology through the definition of a new local descriptor called δg. http://www.henon.free.fr/
IDA Ireland Review on women in STEM
Delighted to be part of the IDA Ireland Review on women in STEM. Speaking about what’s needed to improve the number of women in STEM and my personal experience in Spain and IrelandIDA Ireland
Quantum chemists conjure recipe to turn gold, silver and copper into vessels of green energy
Our last paper published in ChemistryOpen in where we study the formation of molecular hydrogen as well as the possibility of using coinage metal hydrides as a prospective complex to produce hydrogen was published in different media:
* Silicon Republic: https://www.siliconrepublic.com/innovation/gold-silver-copper-green-hydrogen-energy
* Trinity news https://t.co/F1pDwWQyJE?amp=1
* Phys Org. https://phys.org/news/2021-09-quantum-chemists-conjure-recipe-gold.htmlSilicon Republic
SOAPBOX SCIENCE DUBLIN SPEAKER
Delighted to have the opportunity to share my research on how computational chemistry can be used to design drugs at the Soapbox Science Dublin event!
Guest Editor. Special Issue 'Organocatalysis: Mechanistic Investigations, Design, and Applications'
Delighted to be the guest editor Catalysts_MDPI for a Special Issue: “Organocatalysis: Mechanistic Investigations, Design, and Applications”. This Special Issue focuses on synthetic and computational organic chemistry and their contributions to enlarge and enhance our understanding of organocatalysis. This will include studying, predicting, understanding, and validating chemical reactivity in catalytic systems.MORE INFO
Sunday Longread: Female mentors in STEM fields are a precious resource, not a disadvantage
On the Trinity News talking about “Female mentors in STEM fields” with amazing colleagues, Prof. Rozas and Dr. Anglione.Article
EUROPEAN RESEARCHERS' NIGHT AT TCD. INTERACTING WITH 3-D MOLECULES. SOAP VS COVID
We have developed a site dedicated to 3-D visualisations of the molecules all around us!
You can find historical facts, funny interests, beautiful 3D structures, and amazing stories to enhance your fascination for the world of molecules.
TCD CHEMISTRY OUTREACH SYMPOSIUM
Presentation at TCD_Chemistry Outreach Symposium from my Ph.D. student, Iñigo Iribarren, and Mark Nolan. Very visual and clear simulations of how soap interacts with viral particles.Simulations available
C&EN CELEBRATION WOMEN IN CHEMISTRY
March is Women’s History Month! C&EN BrandLab and @pfizer are highlighting one amazing woman in #chemistry each day of the month. Watch this #PfizerProud #WomenInScience THREAD every dayTwitter
CHEMCATCHEM SPECIAL ISSUE “WOMEN OF CATALYSIS”
ChemCatChem celebrates the achievements of female‐led research groups in the field of catalysis showing some of the best research led by women in the field of catalysis. DOI:10.1002/cctc.201901187
Dr. Trujillo presented an experimental & computational DFT study of the Steglich rearrangement, showing that fluoride promotes O- to C-acyl transfer in 2-oxindole derivatives via a nucleophilic mechanism DOI: 10.1002/cctc.201900756LINK
HIGHLY COMMENDED – 2019 L’OREAL-UNESCO FOR WOMEN IN SCIENCE UK & IRELAND FELLOWSHIP
Cristina Trujillo has been selected as one of our Highly Commended 2019 L’Oréal-UNESCO For Women in Science UK and Ireland (FWIS), shortlisted from 337 eligible applications.2019 L’Oreal-Unesco UK
Awarded 2018 SFI Starting Investigator Research Grant: SFI-news
Cristina Trujillo’s project is “Theoretical Development of New Class of Phase Transfers Catalysts: Applications in the Pharmaceutical Industry” will use computational methods for initial chemical design, rather than to explain experimental findings.SIRG - SFI 2018