Alicia M Manjon Sanz

Neutron Scattering Scientist

Education

2015                    Ph.D. in Chemistry, ThUniversity of Liverpool, United Kingdom. Supervisor: Matthew Rosseinsky.

2008                    Licenciatura in Chemistry, Universidad Aunoma de Madrid, Spain.

Professional Appointments

2020  –                 Instrument Scientist at POWGEN, Neutron Scattering Division, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, United States.

2018 – 2020         Postdoctoral Research Associate at the Materials Science and Powder Diffraction beamlineALBA Synchrotron Light Facility, Spain.

2015 – 2018         Postdoctoral Scholar, Department of Chemistry, Oregon State University, United States.

2012 – 2014         Research Fellow, Structural Materials Science Laboratory, RIKEN, SPring-8, Japan.

2009 – 2010         Industrial Researcher, Institute of Catalysis and Petrochemistry, Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas, Spain.

Research Interests

Alicia Manjon Sanz is a materials chemist with experience in synthesis, and elucidating the structure-property relationships of technologically important materials as well as nanocrystalline Metal Organic Frameworks using diffraction and scattering techniques.