ESR15 federico modesti
Exploration of new methods to organizing organic solids with respect to optical and electrical properties
- Supervisor: Dr. P. Erk (BASF)
- Secondment 1: University of Strasbourg
- Secondment 2: University of Cambridge
My work in UHMob
The aim of this project is to explore the effect of strong coupling on the supramolecular ordering of organic semiconductors. The main goal is to discover new methods to organize organic solids and to improve their optical and electronics properties, with a perspective into the industrial application.
I would like to pursue a career where research is prominent, preferably in an international company with a strong focus on advanced technologies.
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
Link to the publication:
Date of the publication: March 16, 2022
MRS 2022 SYMPOSIUM POSTER BY ESR15 FEDERICO MODESTI
Participation to the 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.
Link to the related poster titled “Exploring the effects of vibrational strong coupling on supramolecular chemistry: perylene crystallization in a Fabry-Perrot cavity”.
ERICE2021 SUMMER SCHOOL POSTER BY ESR15 FEDERICO MODESTI [31 MAY – 4 JUNE 2021]
Participation to the ERICE2021 Summer School held on 31st May – 4th June 2021.
Link to the related poster titled “Vacuum-deposited organic thin-film transistors based on dinaphthotetrathienoacenes “.
I am from Pescara, a lovely Italian city facing the Adriatic Sea. I got my Master´s Degree in Photochemistry and Molecular Materials at the University of Bologna and I joined the Molecular Photonics group of the University of Amsterdam for my thesis project, thanks to the program Erasmus+. During my free time I like to play basketball, hike or simply socialize with friends.