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Matías Jobbágy

Position: Staff Researcher.
Laboratory or research group:
Inorganic Solids and Surfaces.
Tel: 5411 4576-3378/89 ext. 113 - Fax: 5411 4576-3341
E-mail: jobbag@qi.fcen.uba.ar
Website: www.qi.fcen.uba.ar/personales/jobbagy.htm

Studies in Chemistry: MSc in Chemistry (Licenciado), University of Buenos Aires, Argentina, 1996.
PhD in Chemistry, University of Buenos Aires, Argentina, 2003.
Postdoc: ICMM, Madrid, Spain. 2005-6.
Invited Researcher: NIMS, Tsukuba, Japan (2008).
CMC-UPMC-Paris, France (2008-9).
COK-KULeuven, Leuven, Belgium (2010).
Teaching Positions: Professor.
Position at CONICET: Adjunct Investigator.
Topics of interest: Chemistry of materials: synthesis of heterogeneous catalysts and biomaterials.

• “CeO2 nanoparticles for the protection of photosynthetic organisms immobilized in silica gels.” C. Sicard, M. Perullini, C. Spedalieri, T. Coradin, R. Brayner, J. Livage, M. Jobbágy, S. A. Bilmes. Chemistry of Materials, 2011, 23,1374-1378.
• ”The interplay of charge density and relative humidity on the structure of nitrate Layered Double Hydroxides.” Jobbagy, M.;Iyi, N. 2010 Journal of Physical Chemistry C, 114 (42), 18153–18158.
• “Crystalline Ce(III)-La(III) double basic carbonates: a chemical shortcut to obtain nanometric La(III)-doped ceria”. Jobbágy, M.; Sorbello, C.; Sileo, E.E. Journal of Physical Chemistry C, 2009, 113 (25), 10853-10857.

• “Optimizing silica encapsulation of living cells: in situ evaluation of cellular stress”. M. Perullini, M. Jobbágy, M. Bermúdez Moretti, S. Correa García, S. A. Bilmes. Chemistry of Materials, 2008; 3015-21.
• “Synthesis of copper-promoted CeO2 catalysts”. Jobbágy, M., Marino, F., Schönbrod, B., Baronetti, G., Laborde, M. Chemistry of Materials 2006; 18 (7): p. 1945-1950.
• “Anion-exchange equilibrium and phase segregation in hydrotalcite systems: intercalation of hexacyanoferrate(III) ions”. Jobbagy, M., Regazzoni, A.E. Journal of Physical Chemistry B 2005; 109 (1): 389-393.