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Andrés Moreno Moreno (Ciudad Real. Spain, 1962) began their academic and research career in 1987 in the University of Castilla-La Mancha (UCLM) getting his PhD degree in Organic Chemistry at the end of 1990. Subsequently, he carried out postdoctoral placements at the University of Oxford (80 weeks 1991-1992, and 4 weeks in 1993) and in the University Paris-Sud (4 weeks in 1994). Since 1995, he is Assistant Professor in Organic Chemistry at the Faculty of Chemical Sciences. He taught subjects of the area of Organic Chemistry from the year 1987 in different degrees of the Faculty of Chemical Sciences (current name: Faculty of Chemical Sciences and Technologies): chemistry, chemical engineering and science & food technology. In addition, during this time he has spent several stays as visitant professor at the University of Oxford (13 weeks in the 2000 and 5 weeks in 2004), also a short stays at the Green Chemistry Centre of Excellence from University of York (2014), and in the University of Rome I “La Sapienza” (2016). In April 2015, Spanish Educational Government accredited him as Full Professor in Organic Chemistry.
The lines of research in which he has participated are: - Organic Reactions by Phase Transfer Catalysis. Anionic Activation. - Structural Determination through Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR). - Application of Microwave Radiation in organic synthesis. - Cycloaddition Reactions under Microwave Irradiation. - Application of Solid Supports and not pollutants oxidizers in reactions catalysed by acids. - Chemistry of Food. Structural Identification of its components by Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR). - Synthesis and Characterization of Biofuel precursors from Agricultural Wastes.He has been an active member in his research group working in 27 research projects (12 national and 8 regional) and in 9 projects of scientific infrastructure. Moreover, he has been Principal Researcher of 1 regional project and in 4 infrastructure projects. During this time, he has published more than 75 scientific papers. He has supervised 5 doctoral thesis (PhD), 5 diplomas of advanced studies, 1 master in chemical experimentation, 2 master in sustainable chemistry, 25 research projects with students of last year of their degrees, 8 end-of-degree projects (in chemistry, science and food technology) and 3 work of initiation to research of graduates who were awarded scholarships by the UCLM. Finally, he has participated in more than 65 national and international conferences (16 of them as oral presentations).