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Scheda Membro del Direttivo

Samuele Staderini
(Divisione di Chimica Organica)
CONSIGLIERE

ICCOM - CNR
sstaderini@iccom.cnr.it

Samuele Staderini is a Post-Doc research fellow at ICCOM – CNR in Florence since November 2014. He got the MSc in Pharmaceutical Sciences (CTF) in 2009 from Florence University with a final grade 108/110 and the PhD in Chemical Sciences – Organic Synthesis and Reactivity from Ferrara University with excellent as final grade. During PhD years his research was focused on sugar chemistry, multivalent systems and radical, metal-free, click reactions. Nowadays his research is focused on Metallic Organic Frameworks (MOFs) and Covalent Triazine Frameworks (CTFs) as potential hydrogen storage materials or CO2 capture polymers. He spent a 3-months internship as undergraduate student at University of Crete in Heraklion in 2006 under Prof. Vassilikogiannakis for a project about total synthesis of natural products. Moreover he spent his third PhD year (2013) in France at the École Nationale Supérieure de Chimie de Montpellier working on metal free radical hydrophosphonylation with Prof. Dumy and Prof. Marra. He is author of 9 publication in peer-reviewed journals and he counts 195 citations (h-index = 7). He is board-member in the Young Group of the Italian Chemical Society representing the Organic Chemistry division. His personal aim for this 3-years activity in SCI is to increase young researchers contractual rights, to highlight the importance of pure research for our country and to contribute to improve synergic interaction between academic and industrial worlds. Beside from chemistry he is part of his city council since 2007, he plays basketball and he is part of a musical group as bass player; he is a literature, story and philosophy enthusiast and he likes to get informed about all other sciences.

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