Chemical and Environmental Engineering Group

María del Pilar Gómez studied Chemistry in University of Cádiz (2017) and Applied Chemistry Master’s degree in Autónoma University of Madrid (2018), being specialized in Analytical Methodologies and Environmental Chemistry. From December 2017 to the beginning of 2019, she was part of the Technical Assistance and Development laboratory of the Polyolefins Area in Repsol Technology Center (Móstoles), where she acquired a high knowledge in Liquid and Gas Chromatography techniques for the determination of additives in polymeric matrices, as well as other analytical and characterization techniques. Until September 2020, she was a junior researcher in the Laser Processing Group of the Optic Institute Daza de Valdés (Superior Council of Scientifics Investigations, CSIC), working in the synthesis and characterization of optical nanomaterials by Pulsed Laser Deposition Technique.
From October 2020, she is a PhD Student in the Department of Chemical and Environmental Engineering of the Rey Juan Carlos University. Her research is focus on the synthesis and characterization of new photocatalysts for the degradation of organic pollutants in water systems.
Self-Assembled, 10 nm-Tailored, Near Infrared Plasmonic Metasurface Acting as Broadband Omnidirectional Polarizing Mirror

Soria, E.; Gomez-Rodriguez, P.; Tromas, C.; Camelio, S.; Babonneau, D.; Serna,R.; Gonzalo, J.; Toudert, J.