Marta Rosati was born in Vercelli in 1991. She graduated in Chemistry in Turin and she obtained the Master’s degree in Chemical Sciences and Technologies at the University of Milan Bicocca. In the period between the BS and MS degree she had a work experience in the Piedmont Agency for the Environment (ARPA), in Vercelli. In November 2017, she joined SBNLab as PhD student in Industrial Chemistry and Chemical Engineering and received her PhD in October 2021. Ever since then, she is a postdoctoral researcher at the SupraBionNano group.
Anastasios Stergiou spent his childhood in Nafplion, Greece. In 2005, he moved to Patras to study Chemistry and received his BSc in 2010 from the Department of Chemistry at University of Patras. He continued his studies at the University of Crete (Department of Chemistry) and obtained his MSc in isolation and synthesis of natural products (2013), focusing on organic biocatalytic transformations utilizing ketoreductases. In 2014, he joined the Theoretical and Physical Chemistry Institute at National Hellenic Research Foundation (TCPI-NHRF) in Athens to pursue his doctoral thesis working on carbon-based nanostructured materials for energy applications and earned his PhD in 2017. After, he continued his research activities at the TPCI-NHRF as a postdoctoral researcher focusing on the chemistry and applications (energy, sensors, spintronics) of graphene, fullerenes, layered transition metal dichalcogenides, metal nanoparticles, quantum dots and perovskites. In 2022, he received the “MSCA PF Seal Of Excellence @POLIMI” fellowship and joined the SupraBioNano Lab, exploring halogen bond-based strategies for perovskite materials.
- Alessandro Marchetti was born in Milan in 1995. He obtained both his Bachelor and Master of Science degrees in Chemical Engineering at Politecnico di Milano, where he graduated with a thesis on bicontinuous gels for drug delivery purposes. From 2019 to 2023, he joined the SBNLab as a PhD student, focussing his research on halogenated amyloidogenic peptides, their self-assembly and use in hybrid materials. After achieving the PhD, he is now continuing to collaborate with SBNLab as a postdoctoral fellow.