Marcos González Tejero obtained his BSc in Chemistry in 2016 at University of Córdoba. He did his undergraduate thesis called “Microextraction of curcumin in food using supramolecular solvents for chromatographic determination” in Analytical Chemistry department, collaborating at the same time in Inorganic Chemistry department, working in the research line “Advanced materials for rechargeable batteries”.
In the academic year 2016-2017 he continued his studies with a Master in Fine Chemistry and Nanochemistry at University of Córdoba, fullfuling his Master thesis “Preparation of activated carbons from almond shells and their use as electrodes in Li-S batteries” and publishing the results obtained in a scientific paper. At the end of 2017 he obtained a scholarship from the government of Córdoba to realize a stay at Queen’s University of Belfast, in North Ireland.
From January 2018 to January 2019, he has worked within the the scientific project “Cold Plasma for grafene and grafene oxide modification” in the Solid Porous Lab of University of Granada.
In march 2019, he joined the Advanced Porous Materials unit at IMDEA Energy as a Predoctoral Researcher.