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Visiting Professors e Visiting Scholars

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Get to know the Visiting Professors hosted by the University of Turin - a.y. 2023-2024

Get to know the Visiting Professors hosted by the Department:

Jacopo Andreo
Basque Center on Materials, Applications and Nanostructures
Research Area:
Synthesis and characterization of MOF
Academic website

Islamdine Chehili
Université Frères Mentouri - Constantine 1 | Algeria
Research Area: Materials for energy
Academic website

Mariana Vargas Ordaz
National Institute of Chemistry | Slovenia
Research Area: Materials for energy storage and conversion
Academic website

Jun-Ho Yum
École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne | Switzerland
Research Area: Nanomaterials, Solar Energy Conversion, Solar Cells, Photoelectrochemistry, Photocatalysis
Teaching: Synthetic chemistry for smart applications - Surface phenomena at the micro and nano scale
Academic website

Martin U. Schmidt

Martin U. Schmidt
Goethe University Frankfurt | Germany
Academic website
Research area: Crystal engineering; Crystal structure determination from powder diffraction data including method development; Investigation of the local structure of nanocrystalline and amorphous organic compounds by means of the analysis of the pair distribution function (PDF)
Host group: Magnetic Resonances - RM

Short CV description:
Prof. Dr. Martin Schmidt studied chemistry at the University RWTH Aachen in Germany. In 1994, he finished his PhD at RWTH on crystal structure prediction of organometallic molecular compounds. From 1995 to 2002 he worked in industry at the companies Hoechst and Clariant in Frankfurt/Germany, where he performed research on crystal engineering and
polymorphism studies of industrial organic pigments. In 2002 he became professor at Goethe University in Frankfurt. His main research interests are crystallography and crystal structure determination of nanocrystalline organic compounds by X-ray powder diffraction, especially on organic pigments and pharmaceuticals, including various method developments. His visit in Torino concerns the cooperation on combining X-ray powder diffraction (Frankfurt), solid-state NMR (Torino) and crystal structure prediction (Torino and Frankfurt) for the investigation of organic crystal structures.

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