Giulia Tuci

Senior Researcher



Phone: +39 055 522 5218

Site: Firenze

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


Education: PhD in Chemical Science, University of Florence (2012-2014); Laurea (M. Sc.) in Chemistry, University of Pisa (2005-2010).

Work Experience: Senior Researcher at ICCOM-CNR Florence (2023-present); Researcher at ICCOM-CNR Florence (2019-2022); Grant holder at ICCOM-CNR Florence (2011-2018).

Management: Scientific Responsible for ICCOM-CNR of Project “CABRO” (2017-2018); Team participant in many industrial and academic research projects (Multi-e, SMARTNESS, NanoMAX – ENCODER, DECOrATE, FREECATS, NANOCELL).

Honors and Awards: Italian Chemical Society – interdivisional group of catalysis “Premio Junior alla Ricerca 2021” award; Italian Chemical Society “Premio alla Ricerca Chimica Organica per l’Ambiente, l’Energia e le Nanoscienze Junior 2020” award; top ten of the Italian Chemical Society “Premio Primo Levi 2017”; Italian Chemical Society “Junior EnerCHEM” award, 2018;  Research grant winner from “Ente Cassa di Risparmio di Firenze” foundation (2017-2018).

Editorial Activity: Editorial board member of “Compounds” from MDPI; Guest Editor of the Special Issue “Hierarchical Nanostructured Materials for Sustainable Catalysis” of the “Journal of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology”.

Visiting Scentist: Institute of Chemistry for Energy, Environment and Health – CNRS, Strasbourg (France), 2015.

Conference Organization: Coordinator of the Local Organizing Committe for the International Congress ICCC2022, Rimini; Member of the Local Organizing Committe at the International Congress ICOMC-2018, Florence and EUROPACAT2017, Florence.

Publications: 76 ISI articles, 1 book chapter, 23 contributions to conferences as poster and oral communications (including 2 invited contributions).

Bibliometric data: (Scopus, 20/01/2021): results: 76; sum of times cited: 1295; citing articles: 996; h-index: 21.

Research interests: Carbon nanomaterials, Chemical functionalization, Heterogeneous catalysis, Metal-free catalysts, 2D materials.

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