Antonella Guerriero




Phone: +39 055 522 5217

Site: Firenze

Address: Area della Ricerca CNR di Firenze, Via Madonna del Piano 10, 50019 Sesto Fiorentino (FI)


Education: PhD in Chemistry, University of Florence, 2010; Master in “Drug Design and Synthesis”, University of Siena, 2006; Laurea in Pharmacy, University of Florence, 2005.

Work Experience: Researcher at ICCOM-CNR, Florence, since December 2018; Fixed-term researcher at ICCOM-CNR, Florence, 2015-2018; Postdoctoral Fellow at ICCOM-CNR, Florence, 2011-2015.

Awards: “Young Investigator Award 2018 (YIA2018)” in the field of Green Chemistry, Department of Chemical Sciences and Materials Technologies (DSCTM-CNR), 2018.

Visiting Scientist: Short Term Scientific Mission (STSM), École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL), Lausanne, Switzerland (November 2013); Short Term Scientific Mission (STSM), Department of Organic Chemistry and Technology, Budapest University of Technology and Economics (BME), Budapest, Hungary (October 2011); Short Term Scientific Mission (STSM), Unité de Catalyse et de Chimie du Solide – CNRS in Lens Cedex and Université d’Artois, Lille, France (1 month in 2010 and 1 month in 2011).

Management: Team participant in numerous projects (MATER, ENERGYLAB, VECOPREBIO, HYDROLAB, COST, EFOR, PIRODE, PRIN).

Conference Organisation: member of local advisory board in numerous national and international conferences held in Florence (ICOMC-XXVIII, July 2018; ENERCHEM-1, February 2016; SISOC-X , July 2014; TUMA, July 2013; ISCC-9, July 2010; Co.G.I.C.O.-9, June 2010; EWPC-6, March 2009). Editor of Book of Abstracts of conferences ICOMC-XXVIII, ENERCHEM-1, TUMA, ISCC-9.

Publications: 22 ISI articles, 2 book chapters, numerous contributions to national and international conferences as poster (9) and oral communications (9).

Bibliometric data: (WoS, December 2021): sum of times cited: 451; citing articles: 377; average citations per item: 20.5; h-index: 13.

Research interests: organometallic chemistry; water-soluble ligands and transition metal compounds; cage-like aminophosphines; homogeneous and aqueous phase catalysis.

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