Curriculum Vitae

CURRICULUM  VITAE

Name:         MANGALAGIU  IONEL

Citisenship:  Romanian
Birth Date: July, 06, 1964, CIORTESTI village, district of IASI, Romania.
Marital status: unmarried, 1 child: Ioan, 1996
Position and degree hold: Professor, Ph-D
Address(mailing): Professor  Ionel   MANGALAGIU,  “Al. I. Cuza” University of Iasi, Faculty of Chemistry, B-dul Carol, No.11, 700506 IASI, ROMANIA
Fax + (40)+ 232 201313, Phone + (40)+ 232 201343.
Electronic mail:E-mail address written as image to avoid SPAM
Web site: http://teclu.chem.uaic.ro/mangalagiu

Education:

Achievements:

Invited speaker to foreign universities:

Honours, Awards, Fellowships, Membership of Professional Societies (selections)

Other Achievements:

Reviewer (referee) for:

Member in Editorial Board of the following journals:

Reviewer to the following journals:

Language skills:  English- very good; French- good

 Didactic and Scientific Background

Beginning with the academic year 1995- 1996 I’m teaching the following courses:

  1. Relation between Structure anb Biological Activity of the Organic Compounds (at the 3rd year Biochemistry Section and Master students).
  2. Natural Products (at the 4th year of Chemistry Section and year  Biochemistry Section).
  3. Organic Chemistry I (at the 2nd year of Chemistry Section).
  4. Amphionic Compouds (Master)
  5. Microwave and Ultrasounds Assisted Reactions (Doctoral School).
  6. Drug Design (Master).

Main field of research is focused on Chemistry of Heterocyclic Compounds, with three area of expertise:

  1. Chemistry and Health: Nitrogen Heterocycles Chemistry and Medicinal Chemistry;
  2. Chemistry and Nanoscience: Nitrogen and/or Oxygen Macrocycles, Supramolecular Chemistry;
  3. Chemistry and Sustainable Development: Eco-friendly Reactions using Microwave and Ultrasounds Assisted Reactions.

Inside of these areas the following main aspects are followed:

  1. Chemistry and Health: the development of new useful reactions for the synthesis of heterocyclic compounds, and in particular, reactions involving reactive species such as cycloimmoniu ylides. The main outcomes of these directions are: new nanobiomaterials with and without nitrogen heterocycle moieties, new nitrogen heterocycles biologically active [potentials drugs (anticancer, anti-HIV, antituberculosis, antimicrobials) and grow up factors for agriculture], modified oligo- and poli- peptides (including anti- Alzheimer), etc.;
  2. Chemistry and Nanoscience: in this field our efforts are orientated in the arrea of oxa- and oxaaza- coronands, nano-electronics and nano-devices, nanobiomaterials (for dentistry including), new highly fluorescent materials, chemical captors (chemosensors);
  3. Chemistry and Sustainable Development: microwave and ultrasounds assisted reactions; these technologies allow us to develop environmental friendly methods, with lower waste and environmental friendly impact [“green” chemistry];

Keywords: heterocycles, diazine, ylides, oxa- oxaaza- coronands, microwave, ultrasounds, cycloadditions, fluorescent materials, nanobiomaterials, antituberculosis, antimicrobials, anticancer, anti-HIV, nano-electronics and nano-devices (logic gates, chemosensors), organic and medicinal chemistry, microwave, ultrasounds, nano-electronics and nano-devices; “green” chemistry.

Significant Results:

Research team: 4 postdocs, 5 pH-D students, 8 master and graduating students. 10 Ph-D students finished their thesis under my supervision:

Former postdocs:

Former doctoral researchers:

Total scientifically papers: over 150, from which:

Citations, from which:

Invited speaker to foreign universities – 4;

Patents: 13;

A new laboratory “Fine Organic Synthesis Laboratory Through Nonconventional Methods (Microwave and Ultrasounds)” was created and it was update it a old one “Structural Organic Analysis Laboratory”. New instruments that was bought with the grant founds: GS-MS Shimadzu QP 2010, FT-IR Shimadzu 8400 Prestige, UV-VIS Shimadzu V-1800, Monomod Microwave  Reactors STAR-2 (CEM) and Monowave 300 (Anton Parr), Ultrasonic Reactors;

 International grants

National grants

Prof.dr. Ionel Mangalagiu