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Chemical sciences

  • Development and modelling of separation processes in environmental sciences, green and sustainable chemistry.
  • Separation of nanoparticles of interest for environmental, pharmaceutical and cosmetics applications.
  • Design and development of highly-efficient continuous (flow-mode) syntheses and separations.
  • New analytical methods for the identification and dosage of functional substances in food.
  • Characterization of drugs, health-care products and cosmetics.
  • New ingredients for food integrators and cosmetics of natural origin.
  • Molecular interactions in complex systems of biological and environmental interests.
  • Bio/organo-catalytic synthesis and separation of chiral compounds.
  • Synthesis and characterization of metallo-organic complexes of biological interest.
  • Applications of molecular interactions to crystal engineering and supramolecular recognition.
  • Studies of the interrelation between structural data and chemico-physical properties by structural correlation.
  • Crystal engineering and synthesis, spectroscopic and diffractometric characterization of innovative functional compound.
  • Application of ab-initio computational methods
  • Chemical-physical methods applied to the cultural heritage.
  • Theoretical development and applications of the n-electron valence state perturbation theory (NEVPT2) and the Orthogonal Valence Bond (OVB).
  • Photocatalytic systems for solar energy conversion, green chemistry and environmental remediation.
  • New general synthetic strategies for the formation of new carbon-carbon bonds.
  • Drug formulation and drug delivery.
  • Design, extractive and synthetic preparation and evaluation of drugs.
  • Molecular modelling of drug receptor binding.