Universidad de Granada
Facultad de Ciencias

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(last update May-2013 )
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I was born in Cordoba in 1967. I spent my graduate and postgraduate years at the Universidad de Granada, where I received my PhD. in Chemistry in 1994.

My doctoral dissertation entitled "ab initio MO calculations on -O-O- systems. Intermolecular interactions of hydrogen bonding on H2O2···XH (X=OOH, OH, F, Cl) complexes", and it was performed under the supervision of Prof. José Molina Molina.

During the years 1995 to 1997, I became postdoctoral fellow at Zurich University (Prof. M. Nonella) and Helsinki University (Prof. M.R. Sundberg).

I joined the Dpt. of Organic Chemistry staff at this University as postdoctoral research (1997-1998), "Profesor Asociado" (1998-2002), and "Profesor Titular de Universidad" since 2003. In that period I spent also several months at McMaster University (Prof. R.F.W. Bader) and Helsinki University (Prof. M.R. Sundberg)

The computational Chemistry is my area of research, and actually I direct the "Grupo de Modelización y Diseño Molecular" research group financed (FQM-174) by the "Junta de Andalucía" Government.


Books:


J. Isac García, J.A. Dobado, F. García Calvo-Flores, H. Martínez García
"Tratado de Química Orgánica Experimental"
Editorial: Garceta, (2013)
ISBN-13: 9788415452201


J.A. Dobado, F.G. Calvo-Flores, J. Isac
"Química Orgánica: Ejercicios Comentados"
Editorial: Garceta, 482pp, (2012)
ISBN-13: 9788415452201

F.G. Calvo-Flores y J.A. Dobado
"Problemas Resueltos de Química Orgánica"
Editorial: Thomson-Paraninfo, 408pp, (2007)
ISBN-13: 9788497324588
José A. Dobado
(Profesor Titular)

Mailing Address:
Dpto. Química Orgánica,
Facultad de Ciencias
Universidad de Granada
Granada, 18071 (Spain)

Office Phone: +34-958 243 186
Office FAX:
+34-958 243 186
Email: dobado@ugr.es

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