Posts by: Marco Franceschini

ESR 1 Marco oral presentation at DoSChem retreat

ESR 1 Marco Franceschini from the University of Vienna has presented his work within the STiBNite project during the annual Doctoral School of Chemistry (DoSChem) Panel C retreat in Frankenfels, Lower Austria, Austria (May 12th-14th 2022), with a presentation called “Molecular Ribbons with Zig-Zag BN-doped Peripheries”.

ESR 6 Laura poster presentation at HOWDI meeting 2022

ESR 6 Laura Caputo from the University of Louvain has presented her work during the 2022 HOWDI annual meeting, held in Dourdan, France (9th-13th May 2022). The poster “First-principles Study of the Structural and Electronic Properties of BNC Nanomaterials” was presented on May 10th and showed her results as part of the STiBNite project.

ESR 5 Sergi poster presentation at NCCC

ESR 5 Sergi Campos Jara from Leiden University has presented the advances of his research with a poster titled ”Synthesis & Characterization of BN Doped Graphene on Cu(111) Thin Film and Single Crystal” at the annual The Netherlands’ Catalysis and Chemistry Conference. This event was held in Noordwijk, The Netherlands, on May 9th-11th 2022.

Merging Biology and Photovoltaics: How Nature Helps Sun-Catching

In this review, STiBNite ESR Luca Cavinato (TUM) presents an extensive overview of emerging bio-derived materials suitable for organic solar cells, dye-sensitized solar cells and perovskite solar cells. Their production, handling, characterization, and implementation as bio-hybrid components, such as substrates, electrodes, photoactive layers, carrier transporters, light-trapping layers and sealant films, are critically discussed. The full paper can be found here.

Versatile Biogenic Electrolytes for Highly Performing and Self-stable Light-emitting Electrochemical Cells

In this research paper, STiBNite ESR Luca Cavinato (TUM) presents a new family of green electrolytes in light-emitting electrochemical cells (LECs). Self-stable and highly performing LECs are achieved by combining novel biogenic cellulose-based electrolytes and archetypical emitters (i.e., conjugated polymers (CPs) and ionic transition metal complexes). For the first time in the field, green electrolytes do not jeopardize device performance. The full paper can be found here.

ESR 11 Carolina poster presentation at NWO CHAINS 2021

ESR 11 Carolina Ibarra Barreno from the University of Groningen has presented her work in the online poster session of NWO CHAINS 2021, the annual Dutch chemistry conference (7th-8th December 2021). The poster “Towards Graphene and BNC Architectures from Adsorbed Molecules” was presented on December 7th and showed her results as part of the STiBNite project.