Moisés Canle
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Moisés Canle


Graduated in chemistry at the Univ. of Santiago de Compostela. 1991-1993 researcher in ecology of the marine environment at Spanish Institute of Oceanography. Developed PhD Thesis on chemical processes taking place during water disinfection. Obtained the PhD in Chemistry at the University of A Coruña, 1994.

In 1994 he obtained a position as Assistant Lecturer at UDC amd since enjoyed research stays at different institutions: Dept of Chemistry, University College of Dublin, with Prof. R.A.M. O'Ferrall; Dept of Chemistry, University of Newcastle upon Tyne, with Prof. H. Maskill; Marie-Curie staff researcher, Max-Planck Institut Strahlenchemie, with Prof. S. Steenken; Dept. of Chemistry, University of Coimbra, with Prof. H.D. Burrows; and the Institute for Basic Research in Organic Chemistry of Fukuoka, with Prof. S. Kobayashi.

In 2001, he obtained a position as a tenured Prof of Physical Chemistry at UDC. He has been a visitor and lectured at Newcastle upon Tyne, Coimbra, Padova, Bragança, and Zagreb.

Served as Coordinator of a Master in Environmental & Fundamental Chemistry, and Vice-Dean of Chemistry. Currently Dean of the Faculty of Sciences.

Author of ca. 140 publications.

Main research interests:
- mechanisms of degradation of persistent organic micropollutants
- mechanisms of oxidation reactions involved in inflammation and aging
- developing sustainable technologies for degradation of persistent organic pollutants.
- scientific communication.

Aquatic & Marine Chemistry Atmospheric Chemistry Biochemistry Biogeochemistry Biological Oceanography Ecotoxicology Environmental Contamination & Remediation Environmental Impacts Environmental Sciences Green Chemistry Soil Science

Work details

Prof. of Physical Chemistry

University of A Coruña
December 1994
Teaching at all University levels. Degree, Master and PhD subjects, related to Physical Chemistry, Physical Organic Chemistry, Environmental Chemistry, Green Chemistry, Spectroscopy, Surface Science, Catalysis, Photochemistry.

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