17th November 2017

Tobia Cavalli

Tobia holds a BSc in Chemistry from the University of Padua. His BSc thesis is entitled “Diphenylditellurides: Structural evidence from DFT calculations” under the supervision of Laura Orian at the University of Padua. Tobia joined the team in March 2015 as a masters student, co-supervised by Silvia Gross (University of Padua) and works on hydrothermal polymerizations. Tobia graduated with an MSc in Chemistry in April 2017, and has re-joined our team as project assistant in May 2017. Since July 2017, Tobia is working on his PhD thesis in the framework of the BIOINTERFACE doctoral school project “Synthesis and self-assembly of surface- functionalized colloidal anisotropic polymer particles”.

ORCID: 0000-0002-7987-5701

ResearcherID: N-1314-2017

CONFERENCE CONTRIBUTIONS:

5) TALK: “Expanding the Scope of Hydrothermal Polymerization”, M. J. Taublaender, T. Cavalli and M. M. Unterlass, 1st Vienna Polymer-Group Symposium 2018, Feb 27th 2018, Vienna, Austria.

4) TALK: “Self-assembly of shape- and function- anisotropic colloidal particles”, T. Cavalli and M. M. Unterlass, FuNMat 2017, September 20th-22nd, Pilsen, Czech Republic.

3) POSTER: “Salt Exchange Reactions – A Versatile Detour to Otherwise Hardly Accessible Monomer Salts”, T. Cavalli and M. M. Unterlass, Danube Vltava Sava Polymer Meeting (DVSPM) 2017, Sept 5th-8th, Vienna, Austria.

2) POSTER: “Synthesis of Crystalline Polyimide / Graphitic Carbon Composite Nanoparticles by Hydrothermal Polymerization”, T. Cavalli and M. M. Unterlass, 16th Austrian Chemistry Days 2015, Sept 21st-24th, Innsbruck, Austria.

1) POSTER: “Synthesis of Highly Crystalline Polyimide/Carbon Composite Nanoparticles by Hydrothermal Polymerization”,  T. Cavalli and M. M. Unterlass, FuNMat 2015, July 30th, Prague, Czech Republic.