Sebastiano Bellani

Post Doc
Post Doc

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About

Present                Post-Doc – Graphene Labs(G@IIT]

                            Project:realization of grapheme/2D materials-based electrodes for optoelectronic and photoelectrochemical application

 

2016                     PhD Physics

                            Laser Physics, Photonic Devices and Applications

                            Politecnico of Milan – Physic Department and Italian Institute of technology (IIT)

                            Projects

  • chemical-physical, spectroscopic and electrochemical characterization of hybrid interfaces in organic semiconductor/liquid solution heterostructures
  • development and characterization of water-gated organic field-effect transistor (WGOFET)
  • development and characterization of hybrid organic-inorganic photocathode for aqueous H2 production
  • investigations and modelling of bio-polymer photo-active interfaces for optical cellular and neuron stimulation

 

2013                    Winter Internship Program - Instituto de Fisica de Sao Carlos. Sao Carlos, Brazil

                           Project: fabrication, physical, and chemical characterization with non-linear optical techniques of a solid/liquid interface between an organic conjugated polymer (regioregular poly(3-hexylthiophene), rr-P3HT) and a electrolyte solution of a ionic salt (NaCl) in water

 

2009 - 2011          M.S. - Physics Engineering. Politecnico di Milano. Milan, Italy

                           Relevant Subjects: nano-optics, quantum mechanics, photonics, stochastic calculus

                              Project:  chemical-physical, spectroscopic and electrochemical characterization of hybrid interphase between organic semiconductor and saline electrolyte for energetic and biological applications

 

2007 – 2009          B.S. Physics Engineering. Politecnico di Milano. Milan, Italy

                           Developed in-depth technical background: maths, physics, chemistry and programming

                             Project: realization and characterization of organic photodiodes