ESR1 Martina Volpi
Design and synthesis of molecular semiconductors resilient to energetic disorder
- Supervisor: Prof. Y. Geerts (ULB)
- Secondment 1: University of Mons
- Secondment 2: University of Kyoto
My work in UHMob
My project focuses on the design and synthesis of molecular semiconductors resilient to energetic disorder and the main objective is to develop a new generation of molecular semiconductors with a room temperature μ > 100 cm2/Vs.
Publications, posters and presentations
Dinaphthotetrathienoacenes: Synthesis, Characterization, and Applications in Organic Field-Effect Transistors
Authors: Rémy Jouclas, Jie Liu, Martina Volpi (ESR1), Lygia Silva de Moraes, Guillaume Garbay, Nemo McIntosh (ESR3), Marco Bardini (ESR4), Vincent Lemaur, Alexandre Vercouter, Christos Gatsios (ESR9), Federico Modesti (ESR15), Nicholas Turetta (ESR7) ,David Beljonne, Jérôme Cornil, Alan R. Kennedy, Norbert Koch, Peter Erk, Paolo Samorì, Guillaume Schweicher and Yves H. Geerts
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Date of the publication: March 16, 2022
ICSM2022 presentation by ESR1 Martina Volpi
ESR1 Martina Volpi, participated to the ICSM 2022 – International Conference on the Science and Technology of Synthetic Metals, held at the University of Glasgow from 17-22 July 2022 .
Please check out one of the slides from her presentation titled “Design and Synthesis of Chiral Molecular Semiconductors for Spintronic Applications“.
MRS 2022 Symposium poster by ESR1 Martina Volpi
ESR1 Martina Volpi, participated tothe MRS2022 Symposium SB01 dedicated to Organic Electronics – Multimodal Characterization and Computation-Driven Material Design and Performance held from the 8th to the 13th May 2022 in Honolulu, Hawai’i.
Please check out her poster titled “Design and Synthesis of Chiral Molecular Semiconductors for Spintronic Applications”.
I’m an Italian girl graduated in chemistry from the University of Milano-Bicocca. I’m curious, pragmatic and obstinate. I like to taste new thing and I have a passion for weird shoes.