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Irene Rincón

Researcher in Training
Metal Organic Frameworks (MOFs) for wastewater decontamination
Short Bio: 

Irene Rincón got her BCs in Chemistry by the Autonoma University of Madrid (UAM) in 2019. She developed her final degree project entitled "Evaluation of surface minerals as passive geosensors of contamination" in the Geochemistry department at the same university.

In 2019, she started her MSc "Inland Water Quality Assessment" at UAM, developing her final Project "Metal-organic frameworks as enzyme supports for microplastic degradation in water” in the Advanced Porous Materials unit (APMU) at IMDEA Energy.

Since March 2021, she joined the APMU as training researcher, actively participating on the development of hybrid porous materials for the removal of emerging contaminants from wastewater.