Moisés Luzia Pinto (b. 1976) obtained the Ph.D. in Chemistry (Physical Chemistry), at the end of 2005, at the University of Lisbon. Developed Post-doctoral research at the Center of Chemistry and Biochemistry of the Faculty of Sciences of the University of Lisbon (CQB) and at the Centre for Research in Ceramics and Composite Materials (CICECO) of the University of Aveiro. After obtaining the Ph.D., he also worked for the chemical industry as an external consultant and as manager of R&D laboratories. From 2013 to 2014, he was Research Assistant at CICECO (University of Aveiro), contracted under the Investigador FCT program (Eq. Inv. Aux.). From 2014, he is Assistant Professor at the Chemical Engineering Department of Instituto Superior Técnico - ULisboa.
- Selective adsorption and gas purification.
- Gas storage and delivery.
- Composite materials.
- Nanoporous materials as multiple therapeutic agents
- New applications for composites of polyurethane and recycled rubber
- Variable pressure solid-state NMR methods to study gas-surface interactions in nanoporous sorbent materials for industrial post/precombustion CO2 capture
- Innovative packaging solutions for storage and conservation of 20th century cultural heritage of artefacts based on cellulose derivative
- Enhancement of Ethane Selectivity in Ethane–Ethylene Mixtures by Perfluoro Groups in Zr-Based Metal-Organic Frameworks
- New generation of nitric oxide-releasing porous materials: Assessment of their potential to regulate biological functions
- Pyrolyzed chitosan-based materials for CO2/CH4 separation
- Detecting Proton Transfer in CO2 Species Chemisorbed on Amine-Modified Mesoporous Silicas by Using 13C NMR Chemical Shift Anisotropy and Smart Control of Amine Surface Density
- Metal-Organic Frameworks for Cultural Heritage Preservation: The Case of Acetic Acid Removal
- Amino Acid Modified Montmorillonite Clays as Sustainable Materials for Carbon Dioxide Adsorption and Separation
- Structure of Chemisorbed CO2 Species in Amine-Functionalized Mesoporous Silicas Studied by Solid-State NMR and Computer Modeling
- Vitamin B3 metal-organic frameworks as potential delivery vehicles for therapeutic nitric oxide
- Understanding Gas Adsorption Selectivity in IRMOF-8 Using Molecular Simulation