The Organic Synthesis & Materials group has been created by four faculty members of the Department of Chemical Sciences of the University of Padova: Michele Maggini, Enzo Menna, Tommaso Carofiglio and Miriam Mba Blazquez.

They share resources and common research interests that currently focus on the organic chemistry of fullerenes and carbon nanotubes, as well as on the design and synthesis of π-conjugated molecular structures with the goal to develop new materials for organic photovoltaics and implement the chemical processing with continuous-flow synthesis in microfluidic reactors.

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A paper from our group about "Graphene, nanotubes and perovskite solar cells" has been accepted on Advanced Functional Materials.

Prof. Yoshito Tobe will give a talk about "Adaptive Building Blocks in Two-Dimensional Self-Assembly on Surfaces via van der Waals Interactions". (15.00, room F)

E-WISPOC 2016 lectures (Bressanone, January 31 - February 5, 2016) have been defined.
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