Claudio Sangregorio graduated in Chemistry at the University of Florence, summa cum laudae and obtained the Ph. D degree in Material Science at the same institution. After a post-doctoral stage at the Advanced Materials Research Institute (USA), he came back to Italy, where at present he has a position at the ICCOM Institute of the C.N.R. .
His scientific interests are in the field of nanomagnetism, and particularly in the synthesis and characterization of the structural and magnetic properties of novel nanomaterials based on metal transition oxide or metal particles. In the recent years the activity was mostly focused on the development of biocompatible magnetic nanomaterials for theranostic applications, magnetic-plasmonic nanostructures for high-sensitivity sensors and optimized ferrite nanoparticles for the realization of rare-earth free permanent magnets and high frequency low losses materials. Large part of his activity has also been devoted to the field of molecular magnetism.
He has co-authored ca. 200 scientific articles on peer-reviewed international journals of chemistry, physics and material science and his work has been presented to several international conferences.
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Tailoring magnetic nanoparticle properties towards applications
LAST 5 RELEVANT PUBLICATIONS
A. López-Ortega, E. Lottini, G. Bertoni, C. de Julián Fernández, C. Sangregorio
Chem. Mater. 29 (3), 1279-1289 (2017)
E. Lottini, A. Lopez-Ortega, G. Bertoni, S. Turner, M. Meledina, G. Van Tendeloo, C. de Julian Fernandez, C. Sangregorio
Chem. Mater. 28 (12), 4214–4222 (2016)
R. Otero-Lorenzo, E. Fantechi, C. Sangregorio and V. Salgueiriño
Chem. Eur. J 22, 6666-6675 (2016)
G. Campo, F. Pineider, V. Bonanni, M. Albino, A. Caneschi, C. de Julián Fernández, C. Innocenti, C. Sangregorio
Chem. Mater. 27, 466–473 (2015)
A. Lopez-Ortega; E. Lottini; C. de Julian Fernandez, C. Sangregorio
Chem. Mater. 27, 4048-56 (2015)