Federico Rosei Ph.D.
• The growth of self–organized semiconductor nanostructures, and their potential application to nanoelectronics and optoelectronics;
• The adsorption properties of organic molecules at metal and semiconductor surfaces, for prospective use in molecular electronic devices;
• The properties of nanostructured biocompatible materials, for use in novel implantable devices.
His expertise includes the growth of semiconductor thin films and nanostructures, the self–assembly of organic molecules and the processing and characterization of materials at the nanometer length scale.
Applications of Rosei’s research include nanoelectronic and organic electronic devices. He has extensive experience in fabricating, processing, and characterizing inorganic and organic nanomaterials. Rosei has worked on nanostructured biocompatible materials for applications in tissue regeneration and repair, in particular for orthopedics.
EducationPh.D: February 2001.
AwardsFellowships and Awards:
• Fellow of the United World College of the Adriatic (UWCAD), 1988–1990
• PhD Fellowship from University of Rome “La Sapienza”, 1997–2000
• Fellow of the REES program in Japan, summer 1999 and summer 2000
• Marie Curie Individual Fellowship (European Union), 2002
• FQRNT Fellowship for New Professors, 2002–2005
• Canada Research Chair in Nanostructured Organic and Inorganic Materials, 2003–2008
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