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Stefania Tanase Grecea

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Stefania Tanase Grecea (Bucharest, 1972) studied Chemistry at the University of Bucharest (Romania), graduating in 1996. Her final project was studying the thermochromic properties of the complex anion – complex cation type coordination compounds. She obtained her MSc degree in 1997 at the Technical University of Bucharest (Romania), working on the synthesis of polynuclear sulphides of copper. Subsequently, she did her PhD at the University of Bucharest (Romania) in the group of Prof. Marius Andruh. The topic of her thesis was “Supramolecular heteropolymetallic architectures with cyanide-bridge and their magnetical properties”. During her PhD studies, a research stage (March-October 1999) was made in the group of Prof. Olivier Kahn (University of Bordeaux, France). Also during the period 1998-2001, she was employed as Teaching Assistant at the University of Bucharest (Romania), where she taught coordination chemistry and supramolecular chemistry. In 2001, Stefania Tanase Grecea joined the group of Prof. Jan Reedijk (Leiden University, The Netherlands) as a Postdoctoral researcher, working on the anti-skinning properties of oximes and azoles in alkyd paints (2001-2002) and iron biomimetic chemistry (2002-2005). After a short Postdoctoral training (July-September 2005) in the group of Prof. Michel Verdaguer (University of Pierre & Marie Curie, France), she returned to the Netherlands to develop her own research program in the group of Prof. Jan Reedijk (University of Leiden) through a NWO-Veni project (2005-2008). Her current research interests include the design of d-f magneto-optical materials and synthesis of high-nuclearity metal clusters.Fellowships and Awards:-VENI Innovative Research Grant (2005-2008)-Research Grant by Romanian Academy (2000-2001)-Fellowship by ESF, Programme "Molecular Magnets"(1999)-Fellowship by Romanian Ministry of Education (1999)

Leiden University, Leiden, .

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Pagina web a instituţiei: http://www.leidenuniv.nl
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Nascut(a) in: 1972

Interese: molecular magnetism, bioinorganic chemistry

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Stefania Tanase Grecea (Bucharest, 1972) studied Chemistry at the University of Bucharest (Romania), graduating in 1996. Her final project was studying the thermochromic properties of the complex anion – complex cation type coordination compounds. She obtained her MSc degree in 1997 at the Technical University of Bucharest (Romania), working on the synthesis of polynuclear sulphides of copper. Subsequently, she did her PhD at the University of Bucharest (Romania) in the group of Prof. Marius Andruh. The topic of her thesis was “Supramolecular heteropolymetallic architectures with cyanide-bridge and their magnetical properties”. During her PhD studies, a research stage (March-October 1999) was made in the group of Prof. Olivier Kahn (University of Bordeaux, France). Also during the period 1998-2001, she was employed as Teaching Assistant at the University of Bucharest (Romania), where she taught coordination chemistry and supramolecular chemistry. In 2001, Stefania Tanase Grecea joined the group of Prof. Jan Reedijk (Leiden University, The Netherlands) as a Postdoctoral researcher, working on the anti-skinning properties of oximes and azoles in alkyd paints (2001-2002) and iron biomimetic chemistry (2002-2005). After a short Postdoctoral training (July-September 2005) in the group of Prof. Michel Verdaguer (University of Pierre & Marie Curie, France), she returned to the Netherlands to develop her own research program in the group of Prof. Jan Reedijk (University of Leiden) through a NWO-Veni project (2005-2008). Her current research interests include the design of d-f magneto-optical materials and synthesis of high-nuclearity metal clusters.

Fellowships and Awards:
-VENI Innovative Research Grant (2005-2008)
-Research Grant by Romanian Academy (2000-2001)
-Fellowship by ESF, Programme "Molecular Magnets"(1999)
-Fellowship by Romanian Ministry of Education (1999)

Publicații selectate:

* F. Prins, E. Pasca, L. J. de Jongh, H. Kooijman, A. L. Spek, S. Tanase, Long-Range Magnetic Ordering in a TbIII-MoV Cyanido-Bridged Quasi-One-Dimensional Complex, Angew. Chem. Int. Ed., 46(32), 2007.

* M. Viciano-Chumillas, S. Tanase, G. Aromí, J. M. M. Smits, R. de Gelder , X. Solans, E. Bouwman, J. Reedijk, Coordination Versatility of 5(3)-(2-Hydroxyphenyl)-3(5)-methylpyrazole: Synthesis, Crystal Structure and Properties of CoIII, NiII and CuII Complexes, Eur. J. Inorg. Chem., 18, 2007.

* I. A. Koval, H. Akhideno, S. Tanase, C. Belle, C. Duboc, E. Saint-Aman, P. Gamez, D. M. Tooke, A. L. Spek, J.-L. Pierre and J. Reedijk, Changes in magnetic properties from solid state to solution in a trinuclear linear copper(II) complex, New. J. Chem., 31, 2007.

* M. D. Godbole, M. Prat Puig, S. Tanase, H. Kooijman, A. L. Spek and E. Bouwman, Iron complexes of chiral phenol-oxazoline ligands: Structural studies and oxidation catalysis, Inorg. Chim. Acta, 360(6), 2007.

* S. Tanase, P. Marques Gallego, R. de Gelder and W. T. Fu, Synthesis, crystal structure and photophysical properties of europium(III) and terbium(III) complexes with pyridine-2,6-dicarboxamide, Inorg. Chim. Acta, 360(1), 2007.

* Stefania Tanase, Ferry Prins, Jan M. M. Smits and René de Gelder, Three-dimensional LnIII–WIV complexes with cyanido and carboxylato bridges, CrystEngComm, 8, 2006.

* Kannappan R, Tanase S, Mutikainen I, Turpeinen U, Reedijk J, Low-spin iron(III) Schiff-base complexes with symmetric hexadentate ligands: Synthesis, crystal structure, spectroscopic and magnetic properties, Polyhedron, 25, 2006.

* S. Tanase, J. Reedijk, Chemistry and magnetism of cyanido-bridged d–f assemblies, Coord. Chem. Rev., 250, 2006.

* S. Tanase, P. Marques Gallego, E. Bouwman, G. J. Long, L. Rebbouh, F. Grandjean, R. de Gelder, I. Mutikainen, U. Turpeinen and J. Reedijk, Versatility in the binding of 2-pyrazinecarboxylate with iron. Synthesis, structure and magnetic properties of iron(II) and iron(III) complexes, J. Chem. Soc. - Dalton Transaction, 13, 2006.

* S. Tanase, E. Bouwman, Selective Conversion of Hydrocarbons with H2O2 Using Biomimetic Non-heme Iron and Manganese Oxidation Catalysts, Adv. Inorg. Chem., 58, 2006.