Olinda C. Monteiro
ContactosCentro de Química e Bioquímica
Ext. Principal 28347 Ext. Alt 28359
Telefone Direto 217500000
Categoria Investigador Auxiliar
OC Monteiro is graduated in Chemical Engineering from the University of Oporto (1994) and she was a lecturer at Madeira University (2004-2007) where she obtained a Scientific and Pedagogical Teaching post-degree. She completed a PhD degree in Chemistry from the University of Aveiro in 2003. Subsequently she has been a post-doc, until 2007, in the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, Faculty of Sciences of the University of Lisbon (DQB/FCUL). She was a Ciência2007 Assistant Researcher (2008-2012) in the Centre of Chemistry and Biochemistry (CQB/FCUL). From 2013 to 2015 she was assistant professor fixed term contract (FCUL). Since June 2015 she is a FCT investigator in CQB-FCUL
Design, synthesis and application of semiconductor nanocrystalline based systems:
-Development of new methodologies for the synthesis of oxides and sulphides nanocrystalline materials as nanopowders and thin films to be used as photocatalysts and modified electrodes;
- Correlation between the preparation methods and the exhibited properties of the nanocrystalline materials.
- Functionalization of metal oxide nanomaterials (nanotubes and nanoparticles) by metal doping and organic molecules hybridization for catalytic, biosensor and drug carriers.
- Catalytic performance evaluation of crystalline nanomaterials on persistent pollutants photo and photo electrochemical assisted degradation processes.
- Pollutant molecules - photocatalyst physical and chemical interactions.
- Multiple steps (adsorption and photocatalysis) processes for pollutants degradation.
- Synthesis of titanate nanofibers co-sensitized with ZnS and Bi2S3 nanocrystallites and their application on pollutants removal, T.J. Entradas, J.F. Cabrita, B. Barrocas, M.R. Nunes, A.J. Silvestre, O.C. Monteiro, Materials Research Bulletin 72 (2015) 20–28
- Titanate nanofibers sensitized with nanocrystalline Bi2S3 as new electrocatalytic materials for ascorbic acid sensor applications, J.F. Cabrita, V.C. Ferreira, O.C. Monteiro, Electrochimica Acta (2014) 135, 121–127
- Influence of the sodium/proton replacement on the structural, morphological and photocatalytic properties of titanate nanotubes, V. Bem, M.C. Neves, M.R. Nunes, A.J. Silvestre , O.C. Monteiro, Journal of Photochemistry and Photobiology A: Chemistry 232 (2012) 50– 56.
- Synthesis of titanate nanostructures using amorphous precursor material and their adsorption/photocatalytic properties, E.K. Ylhainen, M.R. Nunes, A.J. Silvestre, O.C. Monteiro, Journal of Materials Science 47 (2012) 4305 - 4312.
- Photocatalytic decolorization of methylene blue in the presence of TiO2/ZnS nanocomposites, A. Franco, M.C. Neves, M.M.L. Carrot, M.H. Mendonça, M.I. Pereira, O.C. Monteiro, Journal of Hazardous Materials 161 (2009) 545–550