Liscio Andrea

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Researcher
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Advanced Materials
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Andrea Liscio is a Researcher at Nanochemistry Labs at the Italian National Research Council (CNR-ISOF) in Bologna. He received his B.S. degree in Physics from Roma TRE University (2000) and a Ph.D. in Physics (2004) where he studied the electronic properties of surfaces and interfaces with coincidence electronic spectroscopies. After Ph.D he moved to CNR-ISOF where he mainly focused on the study of supra-molecular assembles using Scanning Probe Microscopies (SPMs). In the period within 2011-2013 he worked as Project Manager of the European project "GENIUS - ITN (graphene-organic hybrid architectures for organic electronics: a multisite training", responsible for the management of 19 PhD students and 3 post-Doc, as well as the scientific management, and financial-administrative reporting. Author of about 55 research articles in high-level, international, peer-reviewed journals and reviews, he is currently in charge of CNR –ISOF for SPM within the European Project “FLAGSHIP GRAPHENE – Graphene-Based Revolutions in ICT And Beyond”. His current scientific interests include the production and the multi-scale characterization of graphene-based composites and related 2D materials, SPMs beyond imaging and X-ray Photoemission Spectroscopy (XPS) and the using of these techniques to explore the fundamental interactions and the electronic properties of high-correlated systems.

RESEARCH FIELDS

Nanotechnology, Electronic properties of surfaces and Interfaces systems, Architecture vs. function relationship in complex supramolecular materials, Nanochemistry, Scanning Probe Microscopies (AFM, KPFM, EFM, STM) beyond imaging, Electronic and Photoemission Spectroscopies (LEED, (e,2e), XPS, UPS,), Supramolecular Chemistry at surfaces and interfaces, Hierarchical self-assembly of hybrid systems, Nanoscale multifunctional structures, Surface area characterizations, Scale dependent physico-chemical properties, Nanofabrication and nanopatterning, Organic Field Effect Transistors (OFETs), Physical-chemistry phenomena of (macro)- and (supra)-molecules at surfaces, conjugated materials, Graphene,Grahene-based materials.

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METRICS

Total publications: 55 (67); Total citations: 1122 (1244); H-index: 22 (22); i10-index: 30 (30)
References: Web of Knowledge http://apps.webofknowledge.com (Googe Scholar http://scholar.google.it/)
Author of three reviews on SPM: ChemComm Feature Article, Accounts of Chemical Research, Materials Today, among others the overall list includes: JACS, Adv. Mat., Adv. Funct. Mat., Phys. Rev. B, etc.

KEY PUBLICATIONS

Nanotechnology is a multi-disciplinary field involving physical, chemical, engineering and as well as biological approaches. While for about 50 years a big push toward miniaturization has been mainly given by the electronics industry, in the last 20 years several disciplines were emerged as bio-technologies and material science, leading to a sort of silent revolution. Actually, by controlling the single atom it is possible to realize new materials with pre-programmed physical and chemical properties. To understand the principles that underlie the behaviour of nanoscaled materials requires innovations on scientific concepts and as well as a continuous technological boost to manipulate smaller quantities of materials till the single atom. All these activities require a wide range of expertises to develop new ideas and new tools.

LIST OF PUBLICATIONS

55. “TCO-free flexible organo metal trihalide Perovskite planar-heterojunction solar cells”; M. Dianetti, F. Di Giacomo, G. Polino, A. Liscio, C. Ciceroni, A. D’Epifanio, S. Licoccia, T. M. Brown, A. Di Carlo, F.Brunetti; Solar Energy Materials and Solar Cells, Volume 140, 150 (2015)
54. “Polymer Nanocomposites based on in situ reducted graphene oxide for photovoltaic applications in innovative hybrid solar cells”; A. Giuri, S. Masi, S. Colella, A. Listorti, A. Rizzo, G. Gigli, A. Liscio, E. Treossi, V. Palermo, S. Rella, C. Malitesta, C.E. Corcione; Xxx Xxx Xxx, Volume xxx, xxx (2015)
53. “Electro-wetting of nitro-functionalized oligoarylene thiols self-assembled on polycrystalline gold”; S. Casalini, M. Berto, C.A. Bortolotti, G. Foschi, A. Operamolla, M. Di Lauro, O. Hassan Omar, A. Liscio, L. Pasquali, M. Montecchi, G.M. Farinola, M. Borsari; ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces, Volume 7, 3902 (2015)
52. “Growing perovskite into polymers for easy-processable optoelectronic devices”; S. Masi, S. Colella, A. Listorti, V. Roiati, A. Liscio, V. Palermo, A. Rizzo, G. Gigli; Scientific Reports, Volume 5, 7725 (2015)
51. “Kelvin probe force microscopy of metallic surfaces used in Casimir force measurements”; R.O. Behunin, D.A.R. Dalvit, R.S. Decca, C. Genet, I.W. Jung, A. Lambrecht, A. Liscio, D. Lòpez, S. Reynaud, G. Schnoering, G. Voisin, Y. Zeng; Physical Review A, Volume 90, 062115 (2014)
50. “Electronic characterization of supramolecular materials at the nanoscale by Conductive Atomic Force and Kelvin Probe Force microscopies”; C. Musumeci,* A. Liscio,* V. Palermo, P. Samorì; Materials Today , Volume 17, 504-517 (2014)
49. “Electrochemical Fabrication of Surface Chemical Gradients in Thiol Self-Assembled Monolayers with Tailored Work-Functions”; G. Fioravanti, F. Lugli, D. Gentili, V. Mucciante, F. Leonardi, L. Pasquali, A. Liscio, M. Murgia, F. Zerbetto, M. Cavallini; Langmuir, Volume 30, 11591-11598 (2014)
48. “Light-induced reversible modification of the work function of a new perfluorinated biphenyl azobenzene chemisorbed on Au (111)”; A. M. Masillamani, S. Osella, A. Liscio, O. Fenwick, F. Reinders, M. Mayor, V. Palermo, J. Cornil, P. Samorì; Nanoscale, Volume 6, 8969–8977 (2014)
47. “Titanium Dioxide Mesoporous Electrodes for Solid-State Dye-Sensitized Solar Cells: Cross-Analysis of the Critical Parameters”; S. Colella, E. Orgiu, I. Bruder, A. Liscio, V. Palermo, B. Bruchmann, P. Samorì, R. Erk; Advanced Energy Materials, Volume 4, 1301362 (2014)
46. “Fragmentation and exfoliation of low-dimensional materials; a statistical approach”; K. Kouroupis-Agalou, A. Liscio, E. Treossi, L. Ortolani, V. Morandi, N.M. Pugno, V. Palermo; Nanoscale, Volume 6, 5926-5933 (2014)
45. “Tuning the work-function via strong coupling”; J.A. Hutchison, A. Liscio, T. Schwartz, A. Canaguier-Durand, C. Genet, V. Palermo, P. Samorì, T.W. Ebbesen; Advanced Materials, Volume 25, 1481-2485 (2013)
44. “Orthogonal self-assembly and selective solvent vapour annealing: simplified processing of a photovoltaic blend”; G. De Luca, A. Liscio, G. Battagliarin, L. Chen, L. Monsù Scolaro, K. Müllen, P. Samorì, V. Palermo; Chemical Communications, Volume 49, 4322-4324 (2013)
43.Scanning Probe Microscopy beyond Imaging: A General Tool for Quantitative Analysis”; A. Liscio; ChemPhysChem, Volume 14, 1283-1292 (2013)
42. “Core-shell poly-methyl methacrylate nanoparticles as effective carriers of electrostatically loaded anionic porphyrin”; G. Varchi, V. Benfenati, A. Pistone, M. Ballestri, G. Sotgiu, A. Guerrini, P. Dambruoso, A. Liscio, B. Ventura; Photochemical & Photobiological Sciences, Volume 12, 760-769 (2013)
41. “Large work function shift of gold induced by a novel perfluorinated azobenzene-based Self-Assembled Monolayer”; N. Crivillers, S. Osella, C. Van Dyck, G.M. Lazzerini, D. Cornil, A. Liscio, F. Di Stasio, S. Mian, O. Fenwick, F. Reinders, M. Neuburger, E. Treossi, M. Mayor, V. Palermo, F. Cacialli, J. Cornil, P. Samorì; Advanced Materials, Volume 25, 432-436 (2013)
40. “Combined microscopies study of the C-contamination induced by extremeultraviolet
radiation: A surface-dependent secondary-electron-based mode”; S. Prezioso, M. Donarelli, F. Bisti, L. Palladino, S. Santucci, S. Spadoni, L. Avaro, A. Liscio, V. Palermo, G. Tallarida, L. Ottaviano; Applied Physics Letters, Volume 100, 201603 (2012)
39. “Confocal ultrafast pump-probe spectroscopy: a new technique to explore nanoscale composites”; T. Virgili, G. Grancini, E. Molotokaite, I. Suarez-Lopez, S.K. Rajendran, A. Liscio, V. Palermo, G. Lanzani, D. Polli, G. Cerullo; Nanoscale, Volume 4, 2219-2226 (2012)
38. “Photoconductive and supramolecularly engineered organic field-effect transistors based on fibres from donor-acceptor dyads”; M. Treier, A. Liscio, J.M. Mativetsky, M. Kaster, V. Palermo, P. Samorì; Nanoscale, Volume 4, 1677-1681 (2012)
37. “Improving charge transport in P3HT transistors via blending with an alkyl substituted phenylene-thiophene-thiophene-phenylene small molecule”; A. Liscio, M. Bonini, E. Treossi, E. Orgiu, M. Kastler, Florian Dötz, V. Palermo, P. Samorì; Journal of Polymer Science Part B: Polymer Physics, Volume 50, 642-649 (2012)
36. “Photoinduced work function changes by isomerization of a densely packed azobenzene-based SAM on Au: A joint experimental and theoretical study”; N. Crivellers, A. Liscio, F. Di Stasio, C. Van Dyck, S. Osella, D. Cornil, S. Mian, G.M. Lazzerini, O. Fenwick, E. Orgiu, F. Reinders, S. Braun, M. Fahlman, M. Mayor, J. Cornil, V. Palermo, F. Cacialli, P. Samorì; Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics, Volume 13, 14302 (2011)
35. “Graphene transistors via in-situ voltage-induced reduction of graphene-oxide under ambient conditions”; J.M. Mativetsky, A. Liscio, E. Treossi, P. Samorì, V. Palermo, Journal of American Chemical Society, Volume 133, 14320 (2011)
34. “Non-conventional processing and post-processing methods for the nanostructuring of conjugated materials for organic electronics”; G. De Luca, W. Pisula, D. Credgington, E. Treossi, O. Fenwick, G.M. Lazzerini, R. Dabirian, E. Orgiu, A. Liscio, V. Palermo, K. Müllen, F. Cacialli, P. Samorì Advanced Functional Materials, Volume 21, 1279 (2011)
33. “Charge transport in graphene-polythiophene blends as studied by Kelvin Probe Force Microscopy and transistor characterization” ; A. Liscio, G.P. Veronese, E. Treossi, F. Suriano, R. Rizzoli, P. Samorì, V. Palermo; Journal of Material Chemistry, Volume 21, 2924 (2011)
32. “Bottom-Up Fabricated Asymmetric Electrodes for Organic Electronics”; A. Liscio, V. Palermo, E. Treossi, E. Orgiu, P. Samorì; Advanced Materials, Volume 22, 5018 (2010)
31. “Micron-sized [6,6]-Phenyl C61 butyric acid methyl ester crystals grown by dip coating in solvent vapour atmosphere: interfaces for organic photovoltaics”; R. Dabirian, X. Feng, L. Ortolani, A. Liscio, V. Morandi, K. Müllen, P. Samorì, V. Palermo; Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics, Volume 12, 4473 (2010)
30. “Local surface potential of π-conjugated nanostructures by Kelvin probe force microscopy: effect of the sampling depth”; A. Liscio, V. Palermo, O. Fenwick, M. Fahlman, F. Cacialli, P. Samorì; Small, Volume 7, 634 (2011)
29. “Synthesis, characterization and surface initiated polymerisation of carbazole functionalised isocyanopeptides”; E. Schwartz, E. Lim, C. Gowda, A. Liscio, O. Fenwick, V. Palermo, R. de Gelder, J.J.L.M. Cornelissen, A.P.M. Kentgens, F. Cacialli, R.J.M. Nolte, P. Samorì, W.T.S. Huck, A.E. Rowan; Chemistry of Materials, Volume 22, 2597 (2010)
28. “Macromolecular scaffolding: The relationship between nanoscale architecture and function in multichromophoric arrays for organic electronics”; V. Palermo, E. Schwartz, C.E. Finlayson, A. Liscio, M.B.J. Otten, S. Trapani, K. Müllen, D. Beljonne, R.H. Friend, R.J.M. Nolte, A.E. Rowan, P. Samorì; Advanced Materials, Volume 22, E81 (2010)
27. “Solvent Vapour Annealing of organic thin films: controlling the self-assembly of functional systems across multiple length scales”; G. De Luca, E. Treossi, A. Liscio, J.M. Mativetsky, L. Monsù Scolaro, V. Palermo, P. Samorì; Journal of Materials Chemistry, Volume 20, 2493 (2010)
26. “Nanoscale Quantitative Measurement of the Potential of Charged Nanostructures by Electrostatic and Kelvin Probe Force Microscopy: Unraveling Electronic Processes in Complex Materials”; A. Liscio, V. Palermo, P. Samorì; Accounts of Chemical Research, Volume 43, 541 (2010)
25. “Phase separation and affinity between fluorinated perylene diimide dye and an alkyl substituted hexa-peri-hexabenzocoronene”; G. De Luca, A. Liscio, M. Melucci, T. Schnitzler, C.G. Clark jr., L. Monsù Scolaro, V. Palermo, K. Müllen, P. Samorì; Journal of Materials Chemistry, Volume 20, 71 (2010)
24. “Influence of π-π stacking on the self-assembly and coiling of multi-chromophoric polymers based on perylenebis(dicarboximides): an AFM study”; V. Palermo, E. Schwartz, A. Liscio, M.B.J Otten, K. Müllen, R.J.M. Nolte, A.E. Rowan, P. Samorì; Soft Matter, Volume 5, 4680 (2009)
23. “High-Contrast Visualization of Graphene Oxide on Dye-Sensitized Glass, Quartz and Silicon by Fluorescence Quenching”; E. Treossi, M. Melucci, A. Liscio, M. Gazzano, P. Samorì, V. Palermo; Journal of the American Chemical Society, Volume 131, 15576 (2009)
22. “The relationship between nanoscale architecture and charge transport in conjugated nanocrystals bridged by multi-chromophoric polymers”; R. Dabirian, V. Palermo, A. Liscio, E. Schwartz, M.B.J. Otten, C.E. Finlayson, E. Treossi, R.H. Friend, G. Calestani, K. Müllen, R.J.M. Nolte, A.E. Rowan, P. Samorì; Journal of the American Chemical Society, Volume 131, 7055 (2009)
21. “Helter skelter-like perylene polyisocyanopeptides”; E. Schwartz, V. Palermo, C.E. Finlayson, Y.-S. Huang, M.B.J. Otten, A. Liscio, S. Trapani, I. González-Valls, P. Brocorens, J.J.L.M. Cornelissen, K. Peneva, K. Müllen, F. Spano, R.H. Friend, D. Beljonne, R.J.M. Nolte, P. Samorì, A. E. Rowan; Chem. Eur. J., Volume 15, 2536 (2009)
20. “Temperature-enhanced Solvent Vapour Annealing of a C3 symmetic hexa-peri-hexabenzocoronene: controlling the self-assembly from nano- to macroscale”; E. Treossi, A. Liscio, X. Feng, V. Palermo, K. Müllen, P. Samorì, Small, Volume 5, 112 (2009)
19. “Large-area processing of organic semiconductors by spray deposition and spin-coating with orthogonal solvents”; E. Treossi, A. Liscio, X. Feng, V. Palermo, K. Müllen, P. Samorì, Applied Physics A, Volume 95, 15 (2009)
18. “Electronic Transport Properties of Ensembles of Perylene-Substituted Poly-isocyanopeptide Arrays”; C.E. Finlayson, R.H. Friend, M.B.J. Otten, E. Schwartz, J.J.L.M. Cornelissen, R.J.M. Nolte, A.E. Rowan, P. Samorì, V. Palermo, A. Liscio, K. Peneva, K. Müllen, S. Trapani, D. Beljonne; Advanced Functional Materials, Volume 18, 1 (2008)
17. “Tip-sample interactions in Kelvin Probe Force Microscopy: quantitative measurement of the local surface potential”; A. Liscio, V. Palermo, K. Müllen, P. Samorì; The Journal of Physical Chemistry C, Volume 112, 17368 (2008)
16. “Self-assembly of discotic molecules into mesoscopic crystals by solvent-vapour annealing”; G. De Luca, A. Liscio, F. Nolde, L. Monsù Scolaro, V. Palermo, K. Müllen, P. Samorì; Soft Matter, Volume 4, 2064 (2008)
15. “Probing local surface potential of quasi-one-dimensional systems: a KPFM study of P3HT”; A. Liscio, V. Palermo, P. Samorì; Advanced Functional Materials, Volume 18, 907 (2008)
14. “Photovoltaic charge generation visualized at the nanoscale: a proof of principle”; A. Liscio, G. De Luca, F. Nolde, V. Palermo, K. Müllen, P. Samorì; Journal of the American Chemical Society, Volume 130, 780 (2008)
13. “The relationship between nanoscale architecture and function in photovoltaic multichromophoric arrays as visualised by Kelvin probe force microscopy”; V. Palermo, M. B.J. Otten, A. Liscio, E. Schwartz, P.A.J. de Witte, M.A. Castriciano, M.M. Wienk, F. Nolde, G. De Luca, J.L.M. Cornelissen, René A.J. Janssen, K. Müllen, A. E. Rowan, R.J.M. Nolte, P. Samorì; Journal of the American Chemical Society, Volume 130, 14605 (2008)
12. “Two-step wise interpretation of highly asymmetric, grazing angle (e,2e) on solids: a momentum spectroscopy for surfaces and over layers”; A. Liscio, A. Ruocco, G. Stefani, S. Iacobucci; Physical Review B, Volume 77, 085116 (2008)
11. “Nucleation-Governed Reversible Self-Assembly of an Organic Semiconductor at Surfaces: Long-Range Mass Transport Forming Giant Functional Fibers”; G. De Luca, V. Palermo, A. Liscio, P. Maccagnani, F. Nolde, K. Müllen, P. Samorì; Advanced Functional Materials, Volume 17, 3791 (2007)
10. “Exploring nanoscale electrical and electronic properties of organic and polymeric functional materials by atomic force microscopy based approaches”; V. Palermo, A. Liscio, M. Palma, M. Surin, R. Lazzaroni, P. Samorì; (invited Feature Article) Chemical Communications, Volume 32, 3326 (2007)
09. “A high efficiency spectrometer for reflection (e,2e) experiments at surfaces”; A. Liscio, A. Ruocco, G. Stefani, S. Iacobucci; Journal of Electron Spectroscopy and Related Phenomena, Volume 161, 140 (2007)
08. “Unconventional nanotubes self-assembled in alumina channels: morphology and surface potential of isolated nanostructures at surfaces”; V. Palermo, A. Liscio, A.M. Talarico, L. Zhi, K. Müllen, P. Samorì; Philosophical Transaction of the Royal Society A, Volume 365, 1577 (2007)
07. “Scanning Probe Microscopy Investigation of Self-Organized Perylene-tetracarboxdiimide Nanostructures at Surfaces: Structural and Electronic Properties”; V. Palermo, A. Liscio, D. Gentilini, F. Nolde K. Müllen, and P. Samorì; Small, Volume 3, 161 (2007)
06. “Self-Organization and nanoscale electronic properties of Azatriphenylene-based architectures: A Scanning Probe Microscopy study”; M. Palma, J. Levin, V. Lemaur, A. Liscio, V. Palermo, J. Comil, Y. Geerts, M. Lehmann, P. Samorì; Advanced Materials, Volume 18, 3313 (2006)
05. “Quantitative Measurement of the Local Surface Potential of p-Conjugated Nanostructures: A Kelvin Probe Force Microscopy Study”; A. Liscio, V. Palermo, D. Gentilini, F. Nolde, K. Müllen, P. Samorì; Advanced Functional Materials, Volume 16, 1407 (2006)
04. “Photoelectron-Auger electron coincidence study for condensed matter”; G. Stefani, R. Gotter, A. Ruocco, F. Offi, F. Da Pieve, S. Iacobucci, A. Morgante, A. Verdini, A. Liscio, Hua Yao, R.A. Bartynski; Journal of Electron Spectroscopy and Related Phenomena, Volume 141, 149 (2004)
03. “Relevance of the core hole alignment to Auger-photoelectron pair angular distributions in solids”; Coincidence Studies of Surfaces, Thin Films and Nanostructures; G. Stefani, R. Gotter, A. Ruocco, F. Offi, F. Da Pieve, A. Verdini, A. Liscio, S. Iacobucci, Hua Yao, R.A. Bartynski; in “Correlation Spectroscopy of Surfaces, Thin Films, and Nanostructures” WILEY, (August 2004)
02. “Experimental evidence for extreme surface sensitivity in Auger - Photoelectron Coincidence Spectroscopy (APECS) from solids”; A. Liscio, A. Danese, R. Gotter, S. Iacobucci, A. Ruocco , R.A. Bartynski and G. Stefani; Journal of Electron Spectroscopy and Related Phenomena, Volume 137-140, 505 (2004)
01. “L2L3V Coster Kronig decay in Fe, Ni anc NiO: the near edge region”; S. Iacobucci, M. Sacchi, F. Dirotti, R. Gotter, A. Morgante, A. Liscio, G. Stefani; Journal of Electron Spectroscopy and Related Phenomena, Volume 127, 71 (2002)


Le pubblicazioni 5 – 8, 10, 11, 13 – 22 sono state realizzate grazie al contributo di Regione Emilia-Romagna PRIITT Nanofaber Net-Lab.
Le pubblicazioni 23, 25 – 28, 30 – 34 sono state realizzate grazie al contributo di Regione Emilia-Romagna PRIITT PROMINER Net-Lab.

Manoscritti pubblicati online database open-access (arxiv.org)

02. “Kelvin probe force microscopy of metallic surfaces used in Casimir force measurements”; R.O. Behunin, D.A.R. Dalvit, R.S. Decca, C. Genet, I.W. Jung, A. Lambrecht, A. Liscio, D. Lopez, S. Reynaud, G. Schnoering, G. Voisin, Y. Zeng
01. “Turbostratic graphitic microstructures: electronically decoupled multilayer graphene devices with robust high charge carrier mobility”; Y.R. Hernandez, S.Schweitzer, J-S. Kim, A.K. Patra, J. Englert, I. Lieberwirth, A. Liscio, V. Palermo, X. Feng, A. Hirsch, M. Kläui, K. Müllen

PUBBLICAZIONI SU RIVISTE NAZIONALI

03. “Grafene, il materiale delle meraviglie”; E. Treossi, A. Liscio, V. Palermo; Notizie Airi, Volume 186, 16 (2015)
02. “Electronic characterization of bulk hetero-junctions by Kelvin Probe Force Microscopies”; A. Liscio; Microscopie, Volume 11, 31 (2014)
01. “Il materiale che non doveva esistere”; A. Liscio; Linx Magazine, Pearson editore, Volume 16 (2013)

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SEMINARI SU INVITO A SCUOLE E WORKSHOP

21. “Exfoliation and Fragmentation of 2D Materials: A Multi-Scale Statistical Approach”; Energy Materials and Nanotechnology, Istanbul (Turchia), 1 – 4 luglio 2015
20. “Graphene and graphene oxide composites”; 2a Giornata sul Grafene e sull'Ossido di Grafene, Università degli Studi di Salerno, Salerno, 27 aprile 2015
19. “Scanning Probe Microscopy Beyond Imaging: a General Tool for Quantitative Studies of Nanoscaled Materials”; AFMeeting 2015, Milano, 25 febbraio 2015
18. “Tutorial 2 – Le tecnologie e il CNR. Grafene”; Nanoforum, Roma, 22-25 settembre 2014
17. “Production and nanoscale characterization of graphene in solution and on substrates”; New frontiers in down-scaled materials and devices: realization and investigation by advanced methods, Otranto, (Lecce), 16 settembre 2014
16. “Looking inside the graphene-based materials: experimental approaches”; Carbonhagen – Summer School 2014, Copenhagen, (Danimarca), 25 agosto 2014
15. “Graphene-based materials”; Carbonhagen 2014, Copenhagen, (Danimarca), 21 agosto 2014
14. “Graphene-based composites for industrial applications”; XVIII Scuola Nazionale di Scienza e Tecnologia dei Materiali, Ischia, (Italia), 19 luglio 2014
13. “Graphene-based composites for industrial applications”; ASI, Roma, (Italia), 27 maggio 2014
12. “Graphene-based materials”; ENEA, Portici, (Italia), 16 maggio 2014
11. “Electrical characterization and nano-scale surface morphology with Scanning Probe Microscopes”; Workshop on quantum gravitational spectroscopy with ultracold systems, Les Houches, (Francia), 2 – 7 marzo 2014
10. “Looking atoms and molecules at nanoscale”; Università di Catania, Catania (Italia), 17 – 18 febbraio 2014
09. “Kelvin Probe Force Microscopy (KPFM): a quantitative investigation of the potential of charged nanostructures”; Chose, Roma (Italia), 14 febbraio 2014
08. “A journey in nanoscale: Scanning probe microscopies, techniques and applications”; Università degli Studi di Ferrara, Ferrara (Italia), 21 marzo 2013
07. “Kelvin Probe Force Microscopy (KPFM): a quantitative investigation of the potential of charged nanostructures”; A. Liscio, C. Genet; Groningen (Paesi Bassi), 28 – 29 giugno 2012
06. “A journey in nanoscale: Scanning probe microscopies, techniques and applications”; Università degli Studi di Ferrara, Ferrara (Italia), 19, 22 marzo 2012
05. “Not a molecule, not a polymer, not a substrate... The many faces of graphene as chemical platform”; IMIP-CNR, Monterotondo Scalo (Roma), 6 dicembre 2011
04. “Nanoscopic and macroscopic Kelvin Probe methods: quantitative investigations of the potential of charged (nano)structures”; I.S.I.S., Universitè de Strasbourg, Strasburgo (Francia), 24 ottobre 2011
03. “Unravelling electronic processes in complex materials”; Università degli studi dell’Aquila, Aquila (Italia), 26 novembre 2010
02.KPFM for organic electronics. Going into nano-scale...; ISS Nanotechnology Laboratories, Gotemba (Giappone); 26 Settembre 2008
01. “Spettroscopie di coincidenza elettrone-elettrone per lo studio di superfici molecolari a incidenza radente”; ISOF-CNR, Bologna (Italia), 09 Marzo 2005

AUTORE DI COMUNICAZIONI ORALI A CONGRESSI E MEETING INTERNAZIONALI

26. “Breaking 2D materials: a multi-scale statistical analysis of graphene oxide fragmentation”; Multinational Congress on Microscopy 2015, Eger (Ungheria), 23 – 28 agosto 2015
25. “Breaking 2D materials: a multi-scale statistical analysis of graphene oxide fragmentation”; Scanning probe microscopy and spectroscopy for mineral, biological and material sciences, Bologna, 10 luglio 2015
24. “Kelvin Probe Force Microscopy: a quantitative investigation of the potential of charged (nano)structures”; A. Liscio; (workshop Science through Scanning Probe Microscopy) Bologna (Italia), 12 – 13 dicembre 2013
23. “Graphene-based Materials”; A. Liscio; (Il grafene e le nanostrutture a base di Carbonio) Roma (Italia), 23 Settembre 2013
22. “Kelvin Probe Force Microscopy: a quantitative investigation of the potential of charged (nano)structures”; A. Liscio; (Advanced SPM applications to mineral, biological and material sciences) Bologna (Italia), 5 luglio 2013
21. “Nanochemistry lab: production and nanoscale characterization of new materials”; A. Liscio; Bologna (Italia), 2 luglio 2012
20.Modalità di utilizzo della microscopia a forza atomica (AFM): ottimizzazione dei parametri e rimozione degli artefatti; A. Liscio; (Scuola Avanzata teorico-pratica di Microscopia a Scansione di Sonda), Bologna, 28 novembre – 2 dicembre 2011
19. “Not a molecule, not a polymer, not a substrate...”; A. Liscio, E. Treossi, V. Palermo; (Nanoscience & Nanotechnology, nn11); Frascati (Roma) (Italia); 19 – 23 Settembre 2011
18. “Pyrene/graphene composites”; A. Liscio, E. Treossi, V. Palermo; (GOSPEL meeting) Nova Gorica (Slovenia), 04 – 05 Luglio 2011
17. “Graphene-organic composites for field-effect transistors”; A. Liscio, E. Orgiu, J. Mativetsky, E. Treossi, M. Melucci, P. Samorì, V. Palermo; (EuroGRAPHENE Symposium) Strasburgo (Francia), 18 – 19 Novembre 2010
16. “Local surface potential of π-coniugated nanostructures by Kelvin Probe Force Microscopy: effect of the sampling depth”; A. Liscio, E. Treossi, V. Palermo; VEECO Italian Users Meeting 2010; Università degli studi di Roma Sapienza, Roma (Italia); 16 Settembre 2010
15. “Asymmetric electrodes obtained by reductive desorption. Electrical and potential characterizations of P3HT based FETs”; A. Liscio, E. Orgiu, J. Mativetsky, E. Treossi, V. Palermo, P. Samorì; (International Conference on Organic Electronics – ICOE), Université Paris Diderot, Paris VII, Parigi (Francia); 22 – 25 Giugno 2010
14. “Modalità di utilizzo della microscopia a forza atomica (AFM): ottimizzazione dei parametri e rimozione degli artefatti”; A. Liscio; (Scuola introduttiva teorico-pratica di Microscopia a Scansione di Sonda) Bologna, 17 – 21 maggio 2010
13. “Facile fabrication of asymmetric source and drain electrodes for organic thin-film transistors”; A. Liscio, E. Treossi, E. Orgiu, J. Mativetsky, V. Palermo, P. Samorì; FUNMARCH (FUNctionalised Multiscale ARCHitectures), ISOF-CNR, Bologna (Italia); 05 – 07 Aprile 2010
12. “Asymmetric electrodes obtained by reductive desorption. Electrical and potential characterizations of P3HTand P3HT:PCBM FETs”; A. Liscio, E. Treossi, P. Samorì, V. Palermo; (Self-Organized Nanostructures – SONS2), Praga (Repubblica Ceca); 19 – 22 Ottobre 2009
11. “Controlling charge injection in organic semiconductors”; A. Liscio, E. Treossi, R. Dabirian, V. Palermo, P. Samorì; Relazione alla riunione organizzativa del Network Europeo Supramolecular Materials for New Functional Structures (SUPRAMATES meeting); ISIS-ULP, Strasbourg (Francia); 13 - 14 Luglio 2009
10. “Probing self-assemblies aggregates…”; A. Liscio, V. Palermo, E. Treossi, P. Samorì; Relazione alla riunione organizzativa del Network Europeo Supramolecular Materials for New Functional Structures (SUPRAMATES meeting); ISIS-ULP, Strasbourg (Francia); 30 Maggio 2008
09. Probing local surface potential of quasi-one-dimensional systems: a KPFM study of P3HT nanofibers; A. Liscio, V. Palermo, P. Samorì, EMRS Spring Meeting, Strasbourg (Francia); 26 – 30 Maggio 2008
08. “Advances in Surface Potential measurements of nanowires: KPFM studies”; V. Palermo, A. Liscio, P. Samorì; Relazione alla riunione organizzativa del Network Europeo Supramolecular Materials for New Functional Structures (SUPRAMATES meeting); UCL, Londra (Regno Unito); 17 – 18 Dicembre 2007
07.Morphological and Electrical Investigation of Organic Thin Film: A study AFM and KPFM operating in High Frequency Mode”; F. Biscarini, C. Albonetti, A. Liscio, P. Annibale, V. Palermo, P. Samorì; Relazione alla riunione del progetto Forcetool Multipurpose Force Tool for Quantitative Nanoscale Analysis and Manipulation of Biomolecular, Polymeric and Heterogeneous Materials; LMU, Monaco (Germania); 13 Dicembre 2007
06. “Nanoscale resolved band bending measurements on the organic semiconductor/substrate interface: a Kelvin Probe Force Microscopy study”; A. Liscio, V. Palermo, G. De Luca, D. Gentilini, F. Nolde, P. Samorì; EMRS Spring Meeting, Strasbourg (Francia); 28 Maggio – 1 Giugno 2007
05. “Unconventional self-assebled materials for organic electronics”; G. De Luca, A. Liscio; Relazione alla riunione organizzativa del Network Europeo Supramolecular Materials for New Functional Structures (SUPRAMATES meeting); CNR-ISOF, Bologna (Italia); 26 – 27 Marzo 2007
04. “EFM and KPFM nanoscale measurements performed at different frequencies”; A. Liscio, C. Albonetti, V. Palermo, P. Annibale, F. Biscarini, P. Samorì; Relazione alla riunione del progetto Forcetool Multipurpose Force Tool for Quantitative Nanoscale Analysis and Manipulation of Biomolecular, Polymeric and Heterogeneous Materials; IMT, Linz (Austria); 07 Febbraio 2007
03. “Quantitative measurement of the local surface potential of p-conjugated nanostructures: a Kelvin Probe Force Microscopy study”; A. Liscio, V. Palermo, F. Nolde, K. Müllen, P. Samorì; E-MRS 2006 Spring Meeting - Nizza (Francia); 29 Maggio – 2 Giugno 2006
02. “Quantitative measurement of the local surface potential of p-conjugated nanostructures: a Kelvin Probe Force Microscopy exploration”; A. Liscio, V. Palermo, F. Nolde, K. Müllen, P. Samorì; "3rd National Conference on Nanoscience and Nanotechnology: The Molecular Approach" – Trieste (Italia); 21 – 23 Maggio 2006
01. “Quantitative Kelvin Probe Force Microscopy studies of organic nanostructures”; A. Liscio, D. Gentilini, V. Palermo, P. Samorì; Relazione alla riunione del progetto Forcetool Multipurpose Force Tool for Quantitative Nanoscale Analysis and Manipulation of Biomolecular, Polymeric and Heterogeneous Materials; IMT, Linz (Austria); 02 – 03 Febbraio 2006

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