David Aparicio Martínez joins the Nanostructured Hybrid, Biohybrid and Porous Materials group

David Aparicio Martínez is a Chemical Engineer from San Agustín del Guadalix, Madrid, who worked last year in ICMM doing his bachelor´s thesis. Now he is part of the Nanostructured Hybrid, Biohybrid, and Porous Materials Group. 

What have you worked on so far?

Chemical Engineering in UAM and Erasmus+ in Porto, Portugal. I worked last year in ICMM doing my bachelor´s thesis, consisting in optimization and development of sustainable MOF.

What will you work on? With whom?

I will be researching the production of sustainable energy, new types of nanomaterials, and methods to obtain both. 
With Eva-María García Frutos, Javier Pérez Carvajal, and Bernd Wicklein in a project attached to the Recovery Plan, transformation and Resilience of the European Union.

Why did you choose ICMM?

It is Near home, amazing campus and for being in the field of spanish research, good salary.

And a personal touch: any hobbies? What would you like to contribute to the institute?

I am a musician, I play better the drums than the guitar. I will be playing the drums in the musicians group of ICMM on the 20th of June. The main contribution to the institute I would like is my engineering knowledge and constant effort to achieve progress in our research.