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Dr Miquel Barceló Oliver
Dr Miquel Barceló Oliver
Senior Lecturer
Inorganic Chemistry
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    Dr Miquel Barceló Oliver


    Brief CV

    Dr. Miquel Barceló is PhD in Chemistry by the UIB and was a postdoc at University of Zurich.
    He is professor of Inorganic Chemistry at the Chemistry Department since 2008.
    His research is devoted to the study of metal ions interacting with molecules with biological/pharmacological interest, to the crystallography and, mainly, to the study of RNA riboswitches.

    He is part of the Bioinorganic and Bioorganic Chemistry Research Group.

    He has presented more than 50 communications at conferences (mainly internationals), with and Invited Lecture at ICBIC-19 (Switzerland 2019) and Oral Communications at EuroBIC-13 (Hungary 2016), ISABC-13 (Irland 2015), EuroBIC-12 (Switzerland 2014) and XI International Symposium on Inorganic Biochemistry (Poland 2010).

    He has published 41 research papers, 2 conference proceedings, 2 review papers and 1 book's chapter, in impact journals, which have received 779 citations (two most cited papers have received 84 and 72 citations, respectively), and his H index is 16.

    He have supervised 1 PhD, 5 Master's thesis and 7 grading projects. He have 2 research periods (sexenios) and 2 teaching periods (quinquenios).


    Office Hours

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    Subjects taught. Academic Year 2020-21

    Subjects taught
    Subject Degree/campus
    21007 - Chemistry II
    21402 - General Chemistry Laboratory I
    21416 - Inorganic Chemistry II
    11367 - Experimentation in Biological Chemistry

    Teaching, 5 previous years

    Subject Degree
    11367 - Experimentation in Biological Chemistry
    11409 - Master's Thesis
    • Master's in Chemical Science and Technology2019-20
    21007 - Chemistry II
    21402 - General Chemistry Laboratory I
    21416 - Inorganic Chemistry II
    21430 - Final Degree Project
    21431 - Bio-inorganic Chemistry


    Research groups

    Group Membership type
    Bioinorganic and bioorganic chemistry (QUIMIBIO) Member
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