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Vincenzo Palermo is the director of the CNR Institute for Organic Synthesis and Photoreactivity (ISOF) in Bologna, Italy, and associated professor of Chalmers University of Technology (Sweden). He uses nanotechnology and supramolecular chemistry to create new materials for electronics, aerospace and biomedical applications, collaborating with key industrial partners in Europe (Airbus, FCA, Leonardo, BASF, Nokia, STMicroelectronics etc.). He has been awarded the Lecturer Award for Excellence of the Federation of European Materials Societies (FEMS), the Research Award of the Italian Society of Chemistry (SCI) and the Science dissemination awards of the Italian Book Association. He writes as a columnist for the science magazine SAPERE and has published two books on the life and science of Albert Einstein (Hoepli, Milano, 2015) and of Isaac Newton (Hoepli, Milano, 2016).
- Supramolecular chemistry.
- Surface Science.
- Materials science.
- Carbon-based electronics.
- Water purification.
Surface chemistry and structure manipulation of graphene-related materials to address the challenges of electrochemical energy storage
Chem. Commun., 2023, Accepted Manuscript. This article is part of the themed collection: Celebrating 10 years of ChemComm Emerging Investigators.
Continuous capillary-flow sensing of glucose and lactate in sweat with an electrochemical sensor based on functionalized graphene oxide
Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical – Volume 344, 1 October 2021, 130253
Graphene-Paper-Based Electrodes on Plastic and Textile Supports as New Platforms for Amperometric Biosensing
Adv. Funct. Mater. 2021, 2107941
All-Electrochemical Nanofabrication of Stacked Ternary Metal Sulfide/Graphene Electrodes for High-Performance Alkaline Batteries
Small 2022, 2106403
Tuneable conductivity at extreme electric fields in ZnO tetrapod-silicone composites for high-voltage power cable insulation
Scientific Reports volume 12, Article number: 6035 (2022)
Electrophoretic coating of LiFePO4/Graphene oxide on carbon fibers as cathode electrodes for structural lithium ion batteries
Composites Science and Technology, Volume 208, 26 May 2021, 108768
Research Track record
• >190 articles published. Cited >12000 times, h-index=57.
• Awards from the Italian Society of Chemistry, Royal Society of Chemistry, Federation of the European Material Societies.
• Editor for Wiley of a book on Flexible Carbon-based Electronics.
• >70 invited talks at scientific conferences.
Dissemination track record
• Lecturer for science festivals, university and high-school programs, television programs.
• >60 public lectures on science, chemistry, history and nanotechnology, given to general public and to >40 classes of high-school students.
• Columnist since 2014 for the scientific magazine “Sapere”.
• Author of two biographies on A. Einstein and I. Newton.
• Scientific dissemination awards received in 2015-2016-2017.
Leadership track record
• Director of research institute ISOF.
• Coordinator of several European and national research projects (ESF, Marie-Curie actions).
• Supervisor of postdoc, Ph.D. and master students.
• Vice-director and work package leader of the Graphene Flagship project (>150 partners, 10 years duration, 1B€ budget).
See full list of publications of Vincenzo Palermo on:
Books by Vincenzo Palermo
Recent posts about Vincenzo Palermo:
How to catch a Li-ion: new materials for Energy Storage
ISOF Researcher talks at KEY ENERGY international trade show about materials science, batteries and supercapacitors
Celebrating 10 years of Emerging Investigators
A special themed collection from the Royal Society of Chemistry.
Report on nanomaterials toxicity of the European Chemical Agency (ECHA)
The study was performed by Innovamol Consulting Srl and ISOF experts
Eight ISOF researchers among the top 2% in the world
A massive survey from Stanford University ranks researchers all over the world.
ISOF researcher opening talk at NANOTEC France
The 7th edition of Nanotech France 2022 international conference and exhibition will bring together leading scientists, researchers, engineers, practitioners, technology developers and policy makers in …
Hitachi energy and ISOF publish on new composites for high-voltage cables
A small trick of geometry can help materials science.
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