Programa Conjunto entre Universidad de Valparaíso y Universidad Técnica Federico Santa María

Daniel Ramírez

Daniel Ramírez

Nanociencias Electroquímica.

  • Universidad: Universidad de Valparaíso.
  • Profesor: De claustro.
  • E-mail: daniel.ramirez@uv.cl
  • Año en que ingreso al programa: 2010
  • Dedicación estimada: 3 horas semanales.
  • Grado Máximo: Doctor en Ciencias, mención en Química / Pontificia Universidad Católica de Valparaíso, Chile Doctor en Physicochimie et Chimie Analytique / Université Pierre et Marie Curie, Francia.
  • Año de graduación: 2008
  • Tesis dirigidas en los últimos 10 años:

Daniel Ramírez se integró al programa en 2010. Es Doctor en Ciencias, mención Química y Doctor en Physicochimie et Chimie Analytique / Université Pierre et Marie Curie, Francia.

Publicaciones indexadas en los últimos 10 años:

  1. Fondecyt nº 1110619. “Template assisted electrodeposition of ZnO nanowires for application as anode in Dye Sensitized Solar cells”. Co-Investigador, 2011 – 2013.
  2. Fondecyt nº 11100210. “Zinc oxide nanorods gas sensors prepared by electrochemical deposition with intrinsecal-extrinsecal doping, controlled dimensions and high surface density”. Investigador Responsable, 2010 – 2012.
  3. Fondecyt nº 1110619. “Heterostructures formed by carbon nanotubes and nanostructured zinc oxide”. Investigador Responsable, 2008 – 2010.
  4. Fondecyt nº 1141257. “Study of the electrochemical deposition and doping of copper (I) thiocyanate (CuSCN) films and nanostructures onto fluorine tin oxide covered glass and its integration as a hole conductor layer in solid state photovoltaic devices”. Investigador Responsable, 2014 – 2017.
  5. Fondecyt nº 1150538. “Synthesis, characterization and theoretical study of perovskite solar cells based on electrochemically synthesized ZnO nanorods as electron transporting and Cu2O as hole transporting materials”. Co-Investigador, 2015 – 2017.

Proyectos de investigación en los últimos 10 años:

  1. Riveros, A. Garmendia, D. Ramírez, M. Tejos, P. Grez, H. Gómez, E. A. Dalchiele. “Study of the Electrodeposition of Cu2O Thin Films from DMSO Solution”. The Journal of Electrochemical Society, 160(1) D28-D33, 2013, 3.662.
  2. Ramírez, K. Álvarez, G. Riveros, M. Tejos. “New Insights on the Doping of ZnO Films with elements from group IIIA through Electrochemical Deposition”, Journal of Solid State Electrochemistry, 18, 2869-2884, 2014, 2.509.
  3. Riveros, C. Garín, D. Ramírez, E.A. Dalchiele, R.E. Marotti, C.J. Pereyra, E. Spera, H. Gómez, P. Grez, F. Martín, J.R. Ramos-Barrado. Delafossite CuFeO2 thin films electrochemically grown from a DMSO based solution. Electrochimica Acta 164, 297-306, 2014, 5.116.
  4. Riveros, D. Ramírez, A. Tello, R. Schrebler, R. Henríquez and H. Gómez. “Electrodeposition of ZnO from DMSO Solution: Influence of Anion Nature and its Concentration in the Nucleation and Growth Mechanisms”, Journal of Brazilian Chemical Society, 23(3), 505-512, 2012. 1.444.
  5. Ramírez, R. Segura, H. Gómez. “Nanocomposites structures based on the electrochemical assembling of zinc oxide nanorods and carbon nanotubes”. Materials Chemistry and Physics, 129, 23-26, 2011. 2011.
  6. Gómez, G. Riveros, D. Ramírez, R. Henriquez, R. Schrebler, R. Marotti, E. Dalchiele. “Growth and characterization of ZnO nanowires arrays electrodeposited into anodic alumina templates in DMSO solution”. Journal of Solid State Electrochemistry, 2011, 2.509, DOI 10.1007/s10008-011-1309-8.
  7. Ramírez, H. Gómez, G. Riveros, R. Schrebler, R. Henriquez, D. Lincot. “Effect of concentration of Zn(II) on the electrodeposition of zinc oxide in thin anodic alumina membranes”. Journal of Physical Chemistry C, 114, 14854-14859, 2010, 4.484.
  8. Ramírez, H. Gómez, D. Lincot. “Polystyrene spheres monolayer assisted electrochemical deposition of ZnO nanorods with controlable surface density”. Electrochimica Acta, 55, 2191-2195, 2010, 5.116.
  9. Ramírez, T. Pauporte, H. Gómez, D. Lincot. “Electrochemical growth of ZnO nanowires inside nanoporous alumina templates. A comparision with metallic Zn nanowires growth”. Physica Status Solidi A, 205, 2365-2370, 2008.1.795.
  10. Ramírez, P. Bartlett, M. Abdelsalam, H. Gómez, D. Lincot. “Electrochemical synthesis of macroporous ZnO layers by employing hydrogen peroxide as oxygen precursor”. Physica Status Solidi A, 205, 2365-2370, 2008. 1.795.

 

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