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graphene and graphene-like growth on supports, characterization and applications
Graphene-based low dimensional systems: growth processes and characterization, OMICIUOLO Luca
An in-situ and in-operando study of graphene growth and properties on metal surfaces, PATERA Laerte Luigi
Schematic outline of the experimental procedure followed in this investigation. (a) Pristine Ir(111) (top row) and Ru(0001) (bottom row) surfaces. (b) Graphene growth on the two substrates. (c-e) Intercalation of different metallic species at theGr/metal interfaces. ​Epitaxial graphene on Ni(111). (Top) atomically resolved STMimage
showing the coexistence of different contrasts. (Bottom) Zoom on the regions
highlighted with circles in the top image [V = 3 mV, I = 0.7 nA].
 
 
development of new experimental techniques to investigate process, manipulate and visualize nanostructured materials on a nanometric scale
–Single molecule detection with advanced MEMS resonators, PAKDAST Hossein
–Development of microfluidic devices for biomedical applications of synchrotron radiation FTIR microspectroscopy, BIRARDA Giovanni
–Internal stress in ceramic materials with sub micrometric resolution, UMERI Andrea
 
development of spectroscopic techniques to detect isolated molecules on nanostructured substrates
–Nanoscale interaction for higher efficiency of contrast media, FONTANIVE Luca
–Chemical reactivity of nanoclusters on solid surfaces: new time-domain and enhanced surface-sensitivity of photoelectron spectroscopy, LACOVIG Paolo
–Bio-sample environment manipulation using advanced microscopy techniques, DESTE Elisa
–Development of novel experimental methods for cell tracking using nanoparticles, ASTOLFO Alberto
–Reactivity and oxidation properties of supported nanoclusters catalysts , DAL MIGLIO Matteo Maria

study of the relations between microstructure and the properties of materials and the engineering of nanostructured materials,
–Correlation between structure and reactivity for nanostructured catalysts, SANTARELLI Xenja
–Chemical reactivity of nanoclusters on solid surfaces: new time-domain and enhanced surface-sensitivity of photoelectron spectroscopy, LACOVIG Paolo
–Innovative latent heat thermal storage elements based on nanotechnologies, SCIUTO Giacomo
–Polysaccharide based nanoparticles for drug delivery, RAMPINO Antonio
–Multiscale molecular simulation of nanostructured systems, POSOCCO Paola
–Development of nanostructured catalysts for hydrogen production and purification, LORENZUT Barbara
–Reactivity and oxidation properties of supported nanoclusters catalysts , DAL MIGLIO Matteo Maria
 
synthesis of nanostructures
–Influence of nanostructure on the electronic properties of  heterojunctions in photovoltaic cells, SOVERNIGO Enrico
–Quantum dot-based materials, COZZARINI Luca
–Characterization of nanostructured substrates which control the Embryonic Stem Cells differentiation into neurons, MIGLIORINI Elisa
–Metal nanoparticle-polysaccharide systems for biomedical applications, TRAVAN Andrea
–Ionic channel behavior: development of a novel, non destructive method for mechanical and electrical analysis of a single cell, FIOR Raffaella
–Implementation of simple logics in bioinorganic hybrid nanosensors, MARINI Monica
–Biopolymer based scaffold for tissue engineering, BELLOMO Francesca
–Rare earths oxides based nanostructures as heterogeneous catalysts, CARGNELLO Matteo
 
applications of nanotechniques to energy-focused research
–Development of nanostructured catalysts for hydrogen production and purification, LORENZUT Barbara
–Innovative latent heat thermal storage elements based on nanotechnologies, SCIUTO Giacomo
–Correlation between structure and reactivity for nanostructured catalysts, SANTARELLI Xenja
–Influence of nanostructure on the electronic properties of  heterojunctions in photovoltaic cells, SOVERNIGO Enrico
–Quantum dot-based materials, COZZARINI Luca
–Rare earths oxides based nanostructures as heterogeneous catalysts, CARGNELLO Matteo
 
multiscale molecular modelling of materials and relevant phenomena through computational simulation techniques,
–Multiscale molecular simulation of nanostructured systems, POSOCCO Paola
–The molecular modelling potential for target therapy in oncology , PAVAN Giovanni Maria
 
nanotechnological applications to medical, pharmacological and biomedical areas
–Development of microfluidic devices for biomedical applications of synchrotron radiation FTIR microspectroscopy, BIRARDA Giovanni
–Development of novel experimental methods for cell tracking using nanoparticles, ASTOLFO Alberto
–Molecular interaction on nanoscale in cancer therapy, ELIA Caterina
–Cell mobility and metastatic spreading:  a study on human neoplastic cells using optical tweezers, TAVANO Federica
–Nanotechnology application in pharmacogenetic research, ERA Daniel
–Nanotechnologies and oncology: pharmacokinetics and pharmacogenomics to optimize the antitumor therapies, ZANUSSO Chiara
–Characterization of nanostructured substrates which control the Embryonic Stem Cells differentiation into neurons, MIGLIORINI Elisa
–Implementation of simple logics in bioinorganic hybrid nanosensors, MARINI Monica
–Identification of novel protein scaffolds for binding of small molecules, LUISI Immacolata
–Polysaccharide based nanoparticles for drug delivery, RAMPINO Antonio
–Metal nanoparticle-polysaccharide systems for biomedical applications, TRAVAN Andrea
–Bio-sample environment manipulation using advanced microscopy techniques, DESTE Elisa
–Analysis of  aging and stability of  bonded interface in dentistry, MARCHESI Giulio
–Biopolymer based scaffold for tissue engineering, BELLOMO Francesca
 
human health with particular attention to the study and treatment of tumors and degenerative diseases.
–Molecular interaction on nanoscale in cancer therapy, ELIA Caterina
–Cell mobility and metastatic spreading: a study on human neoplastic cells using optical tweezers, TAVANO Federica
–Nanotechnologies and oncology: pharmacokinetics and pharmacogenomics to optimize the antitumor therapies, ZANUSSO Chiara
–Ionic channel behavior: development of a novel, non destructive method for mechanical and electrical analysis of a single cell, FIOR Raffaella
–The molecular modelling potential for target therapy in oncology, PAVAN Giovanni Maria