Prof. Sonia Loras
Sonia Loras is Chemist since 1995. She is full-time faculty employee of the University of Valencia since 2000. She obtained her doctoral degree in Chemistry in 1999. She has experience of 20 years of teaching and nowadays is professor in the Degree and in the Master in Chemical Engineering Programmes. She is also professor in Doctorate Programmes since 2005. As the head of the Equilibrium in Fluid Phases group (EFIQ), her research activity has been specially focused on the experimental determination and correlation of thermodynamic properties, mainly on the equilibrium vapor-liquid (VLE) of systems with industrial and/or environmental interest. In recent years her research has led to the use of ionic liquids as solvents to replace conventional ones in extractive and azeotropic distillation and extraction processes. In this last stage she has co-supervised two doctoral theses, and in the research group EFIQ we have developed a utility model (ES1128706U) of a new analysis technique for the determination and quantification of ionic liquids in liquid samples.
She is the co-author of more than 40 scientific papers in JCR-listed journals and has participated in numerous international conferences. She has been awarded with 3 externally assessed research merits (six years periods) and with 4 educational merits (five years periods).
Research ID: H-4672-2015
Prof. Estela Lladosa
Estela Lladosa was graduated in Chemical Engineering at the Universitat de València. In 2009, he obtained her Ph.D. in Chemical, Environmental and Processes Engineering at the Univertitat de Valencia with the Extraordinary Doctoral Award.
Her research experience was initiated in 2005 in the research group of EFIQ (Equilibrio de Fases en Ingeniería Química). Her research work was perfomed on thermodynamic phases and process simulation. In 2011, Estela was a postdoctoral researcher in the LSRE group headed by Prof. Eugenia Macedo at Porto University.
In 2011, she got an Assistant Professor vacancy at the Chemical Engineering Department of the Universitat de València, at which she is actively developing her teaching and research activities.
Research ID: K-5752-2014
Prof. Amparo Cháfer
Amparo Cháfer is Chemist since 1995. She obtained her doctoral degree in Chemistry in 2000 and she is full-time faculty employee of the University of Valencia since the same year. She is professor in the Degree in Chemical Engineering, Biotechnology, and in the Master Degree in Chemical and Engineering Programmes. Her research activity has been specially focused on separation processes, mainly related on equilibrium processes as liquid-liquid extraction and supercritical extraction, applied to diversely areas like food technology or the biotechnology . She has participated in more than a nine competitive research projects and 35 scientific papers in JCR-listed journals, 2 book chapters and has participated in 44 international conferences. In addition, she is supervising a Ph.D student and several MSc thesis. She has been awarded with 3 externally assessed research merits (six years periods) and with 3 educational merits (five years periods).
Research ID: K-7748-2014