Marta C. Corvo is a senior researcher with a PhD in Chemistry, specialized in Organic Chemistry since 2003. As a post-doctoral fellow, she focused on ionic liquids for CO 2 capture and Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR). In 2015 she joined CENIMAT and the Soft and Biofunctional Materials Group in the NMR lab. During the last years, she published work on ionic liquid derived materials and NMR, and supervised one PhD, one postdoc and several master theses students. Currently supervising 3 PhD students, she participated in several national and international projects, and is currently the PI of project GREENPILs4CO 2 (PTDC/QUI-QFI/31508/2017).
Ionic liquids, Ion gels; Porous materials; CO 2 Capture; Nuclear magnetic Resonance
Development of ionic liquid derived materials (liquids, gels, and porous solids) tailored for applications in CO 2 capture, cleaning Artwork and Energy. Application and development of NMR spectroscopy to study molecular interaction processes, High Pressure NMR techniques. Establishment of protocols in diffusion, relaxation and nuclear Overhauser effect spectroscopy to probe solvation behaviour. Development of solid state and imaging protocols to study ionic liquid polymers.