Electrochemical Groups in Portugal

CCC - Coordination Chemistry and Catalysis

  • CQE- Centro de Química Estrutural, Instituto Superior Técnico, Universidade de Lisboa
    Group leaders: M. Fátima Guedes da Silva, Armando Pombeiro
    Main research areas: Molecular electrochemistry of coordination and organic compounds; Redox potential - structure relationships; electron-transfer induced reactions; electrosynthesis, electrocatalysis; digital simulation of cyclic voltammetry: mechanistic studies

CENS - Chemistry and Electrochemistry of Natural Systems

  • Instituto Superior Técnico, Lisboa
    Group leaders: Margarida Correia dos Santos, Ana Maria Mota
    Main research areas: Electroanalysis; bioelectrochemistry; electochemistry of metalloproteins

Department of Chemistry, Chemistry Center of Évora and HERCULES Laboratory

  • University of Évora
    Group leaders: Jorge M. Ginja Teixeira, Alfredina de Jesus da Cunha Veiga
    Main research areas: Electroanalysis (environmental, clinical and archaeometric); electrochemical characterization of natural and synthetic substances and new materials

GRAQ - Grupo de Reação e Análises Químicas

  • Requimte, Instituto Superior de Engenharia do Porto
    Group leader: Cristina Delerue Alvim de Matos
    Main research areas: Environmental control and (bio)remediation; (bio)sensors and transducers; food quality

Laboratório de Electroquímica

  • Universidade de Trás-os-Montes e Alto Douro, Vila Real
    Group leaders: Maria Cristina Fialho Oliveira, Rosa Rego
    Main research areas: Preparation and characterization of electrocatalysts for fuel cells; evaluation of antioxidant activity by electroanalytical methods; electrochemical characterization of electrochromic devices

MEG – Materials Electrochemistry Group

  • Instituto Superior Técnico, Lisboa
    Group leader: César Sequeira
    Main research areas: Borohydride electrooxidation reaction on silver-based nanosized catalysts; mediated electrochemical oxidation for environmental treatment; gas carbon dioxide mitigation by electrolytic approaches

MMRG - Molecular Materials Research Group

  • CQM - Centro de Química da Madeira – University of Madeira, Funchal
    Group leaders: João Rodrigues, José Carlos Mesquita
    Main research areas: Metallodendrimers for electronic and biomedical applications; molecular wires for nanoelectronics; self-assembled monolayers (SAM)

QuAQuA - Química Analítica e Qualidade Alimentar

  • Requimte, Faculdade de Ciências, Universidade do Porto
    Group leader: José António Rodrigues
    Main research areas: Electroanalytical analysis, namely square-wave voltammetry, of relevant biological compounds; development of new automatic flow-injection analysis (FIA) systems with electrochemical instrumental detection.