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Grupo SOS

Selective
Organic
Synthesis

Selective Organic Synthesis research group was created in 2011 under the guidance of Prof. José Manuel González. Our group is focused on the development of innovative and creative synthetic methodolgies for the preparation of high-valued chemicals. Our activity is underpinned by the integral formation of young researches, a main goal of our research group.

Latest News

1 October, 2021

09-28-2021 New paper from the group!! Congratulations to Olaya, Silvia and Luis in collaboration with Israel Fernández (UCM) You can see the paper here: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/anie.202110783
1 October, 2021

09-16-2021 New paper from the group!! Congratulations to Darío, Javier and Alfredo You can see the paper here: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/adsc.202101006
1 October, 2021

09-06-2021 New paper from the group. Congratulations to Pablo in his collaboration with Prof. Félix Rodríguez. You can see the paper here: https://chemistry-europe.onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/ejoc.202100811

About us

From the beginning in 2011, SOS research group has 8 permanent members and variable number of PhD, Master and undergraduate students, under the coordination of Prof. José Manuel González Díaz. Training of students is one of the main motivations or our group. SOS provides its students an integral formation through a close guidance, yet allowing them to develop their research project. This philosophy is strongly related with the way we do our research. All members from the group are encouraged to develop a recognizable and independent work, within our common research lines. Interaction between all members is evidence by co-tutoring thesis and shared publications. SOS group believes that this interaction translates into a more efficient and higher quality research, allowing to tackle relevant scientific problems.

 

Research and publications

Nuestras líneas de investigación son:
  • Metodología Sintética
  • Catálisis Homogénea
  • Síntesis Asimétrica
  • Procesos Sostenibles

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