Our team is located at the laboratories of the Institute for Chemical Research (IIQ), a Joint Centre by the Spanish National Research Council (CSIC) and the University of Seville. Laboratories are fully equiped for the handling of air sensitive compounds (i.e. fume hoods, Schlenk lines, gloveboxes).

Access to the facilities at both IIQ and the Centre of Research Technology and Innovation of the University of Seville (CITIUS) are available. Those include:

IIQ: Full range of spectroscopic (5 NMR instruments, UV-Vis, FT-IR, 2 MS, Maldi-TOF), X-ray diffraction and a variety of analytical techniques (http://www.iiq.csic.es/en/services)

Pictured equipment at IIQ includes NMR spectrometer, X-ray diffractometer, benchtop EPR, several LC and GC-MS instruments

CITIUS: State-of-the-art facility with a range of spectroscopic (6 NMR, 3 MS, Maldi-TOF), analytical and X-ray diffraction equipment (http://investigacion.us.es/scisi/sgi).

Researchers at IIQ have a wide experience securing national and international projects, including a number of contracts with leading companies. Our scientific environment will offer student and postdocs with great opportunities to network with scientists engaged in a broad range of research endeavours. The fact that the Department is an integrating part of the Isla de la Cartuja Scientific Research Centre (www.ciccartuja.es) that also counts with the Institute for Materials Research and the Institute for Plant Biochemistry and Photosynthesis provides further prospects for multidisciplinary collaborations.