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Inquadramento: Assegnista di ricerca post-dottorale

e-mail: alegre@itae.cnr.it

Link a Research Gate: https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Cinthia_Alegre_Gresa

ORCID: http://orcid.org/0000-0003-1221-6311

Cinthia Alegre, nata a Teruel (Spagna) nel 1981, lavora al CNR-ITAE da Aprile del 2013. E’ laureata in Chimica e dottoressa in Ingegneria e Tecnologie del’Ambiente per Universidad de Zaragoza e Instituto de Carboquímica (CSIC) (Spagna). Le sue attività scientifiche riguardano lo sviluppo di materiali e componenti e caratterizzazione di stato solido di componenti per batterie ferro-aria, oltre a indagini elettrochimiche di batterie ferro-aria. Inoltre ha pure esperienza nella sintesi di materiali in base carbonio, catalizzatori per celle a combustibile e sistemi elettrochimici, celle a combustibile a bassa temperatura. Lei è co-autrice di 22 pubblicazioni SCI  (h-index 8) e ha partecipato a più di 30 congressi internazionali.

Pubblicazioni recenti:

  1. Pd supported on Ti-suboxides as bifunctional catalyst for air electrodes of metal-air batteries. C. Alegre, E. Modica, C. Lo Vecchio, S. Siracusano, A.S. Aricò, V. Baglio. International Journal of Hydrogen Energy, 2016, in press.
  2. Carbon nanofibers as advanced Pd catalyst supports for the air electrode of alkaline metal-air batteries. C. Alegre, E. Modica, C. Lo Vecchio, D. Sebastián, M.J. Lázaro, A.S. Aricò, V. Baglio. ChemPlusChem 80 (2015) 1384–1388.
  3. Investigation of the activity and stability of Pd-based catalysts towards the oxygen reduction (ORR) and evolution reactions (OER) in Iron–air batteries. C. Alegre, A. Stassi, E. Modica, C. Lo Vecchio, A.S. Aricò, V. Baglio. RSC Advances 5 (2015) 25424-25427.
  4. A nanostructured bifunctional Pd/C gas-diffusion electrode for metal-air batteries. R.D Mckerracher, C. Alegre, V. Baglio, A.S. Aricò, C. Ponce De León, F. Mornaghini, M. Rodlert, F.C. Walsh. Electrochimica Acta 174 (2015) 508–515
  5. Investigation of supported Pd-based electrocatalysts for the oxygen reduction reaction: performance, durability and methanol tolerance. C. Lo Vecchio, C. Alegre, D. Sebastian, A. Stassi, A.S. Aricò, V. Baglio. Materials 8(12) (2015) 7997-8008.
  6. Sulfurized carbon xerogels as Pt support with enhanced activity for fuel cell applications. C. Alegre, D. Sebastián, M.E. Gálvez, R. Moliner, M.J. Lázaro. Applied Catalysis B: Environmental 192 (2016) 260–267.
  7. Towards new generation fuel cell electrocatalysts based on xerogel-nanofiber carbon composites. D. Sebastián, C. Alegre, M.E. Gálvez, R. Moliner, M.J. Lázaro, A.S. Aricò, V. Baglio. Journal of Materials Chemistry A 2 (2014) 13713-13722.
  8. Towards an optimal synthesis route for the preparation of highly mesoporous carbon xerogel-supported Pt catalysts for the oxygen reduction reaction. C. Alegre, M.E. Gálvez, R. Moliner, V. Baglio, A.S. Aricò, M.J. Lázaro. Applied Catalysis B: Environmental 147 (2014) 947–957.
  9. Platinum ruthenium catalysts supported on carbon xerogel for methanol electro-oxidation: Influence of the Catalyst Synthesis Method. C. Alegre, M.E. Gálvez, R. Moliner, V. Baglio, A. Stassi, A.S. Aricò, M.J. Lázaro. ChemCatChem 5 (2013) 3770–3780.
  10. Oxygen-functionalized highly mesoporous carbon xerogel based catalysts for direct methanol fuel cell anodes. C. Alegre, M.E. Gálvez, E. Baquedano, R. Moliner, E. Pastor, M.J. Lázaro. Journal of Physical Chemistry C 2013, 117 (25), pp 13045–13058.
 

Contact Information

  • Position Title: Assegnista di ricerca post-dottorale
  • E-mail address: alegre@itae.cnr.it