Daniel Sánchez Resa was born in Valdepeñas (CR), Spain, in 1995. He received his B. S. in Chemistry from The University of Castilla-La Mancha in 2017. He performed his bachelor's thesis at Prof. Antiñolo's group called "Synthesis and Characterization of Trisguanidinate Complexes of rare-earth Metals" under the supervision of Dr. Fernández-Galán.
The following year he moved to Tarragona to study his Master's Degree in Synthesis, Catalysis and Molecular Design at the University Rovira i Virgili where he joined Prof. Claver's group at CTQC to carry out his master's thesis about "Supported Nanocatalysts for the Selective Semi-Hydrogenation of Alkynes" under the supervision of Dr. Godard.
He received his Master's degree in September of 2018 to later join the NOAH-ITN project as an Early-Stage-Researcher at ISOF-CNR (Bologna) under the supervision of Dr. Ventura to work about Photoinduced Processes in Host-Guest Systems Based on Molecular Capsules.
Photoinduced processes in host-guest systems based on molecular capsules
Synthesis of ruthenium metalla-assemblies
Supported photoswitchable molecular containers for drugs encapsulation