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Stefano Stagni

Professore associato

Dipartimento di Chimica Industriale "Toso Montanari"

Settore scientifico disciplinare: CHIM/03 CHIMICA GENERALE E INORGANICA

Curriculum vitae

Stefano Stagni, PhD                                          

Associate Professor

Department of Industrial Chemistry “Toso Montanari”

University of Bologna - Italy

Tel. +39 051 2093721

stefano.stagni@unibo.it

 

Personal

Born in Bologna (Italy) on October, 31st 1970

Italian citizenship

 

Education

1996   Laurea (equiv. to M.Sc.) in Industrial Chemistry from the University of Bologna.

 

2001   Ph.D. in Chemical Sciences from the University of Bologna.

Thesis Title: “Mono and Dinuclear Metal-tetrazolate Complexes”

Supervisor: Professor Antonio Palazzi

 

10/1999 – 04/2000 Visiting Ph.D. student

School of Chemistry, University of Bristol (UK)

Supervisor Professor Mike D. Ward

 

Employment History

11/2015 - present:

Associate Professor

University of Bologna

Department of Industrial Chemistry “Toso Montanari” (formerly Faculty of Industrial Chemistry).

 

10/2005 - 11/2015:

Assistant Professor

University of Bologna

Department of Industrial Chemistry “Toso Montanari” (formerly Faculty of Industrial Chemistry).

12/2014: Awarded from the Italian Ministry of Education, University and Research (MIUR) of the National Scientific Qualification (“Abilitazione Scientifica Nazionale, ASN”) as Associate Professor.

 

2001-2005 :

Post Doctoral Research Fellow

Department of Physical and Inorganic Chemistry, University of Bologna

Supervisor: Professor Antonio Palazzi.

 

Teaching (University of Bologna)

Following his appointment as Associate Professor, Dr. Stefano Stagni delivers an average of 130 hours per year of teaching (in Italian and English languages) relative both to basic and advanced Inorganic Chemistry courses.

- From Academic Year (AY) 2016/2017:

Spectroscopic Methods in Coordination Chemistry 

- From Academic Year 2015/2016 to present:

Inorganic Chemistry with Laboratory (Laboratory unit)

- From Academic Year 2005/2006 to present:

General and Inorganic Chemistry with Laboratory (63708)

- From AY 2008/2009 to present:

Seminar (“Luminescent metal complexes”) and lab-tutorial activity within the courses of Laboratory of Inorganic Chemistry LM (27685) and Spectroscopic Methods in Inorganic Chemistry (30735, International Degree program “Advanced Spectroscopy in Chemistry, ASC)

- From 2012 to present: Seminar (“Coordination Compounds for Electroluminescent Devices") within the Inorganic Chemistry course unit for Ph.D. students in Chemistry.

 

Prof. Stefano Stagni has supervised and co-supervised more than 40 degree thesis, both B.Sc. (3-years, 1st level degree course or Laurea Triennale) in Industrial Chemistry, Chemistry and Technologies for the Environment and Materials (Campus of Faenza), and M.Sc. (2-years, 2nd level degree course or Laurea Magistrale) in Industrial Chemistry.

 

 

Alumni

2008-2011: Dr. Sara Muzzioli, Ph.D. in Chemical Sciences, University of Bologna.

2011-2014: Dr. Sara Righi (co-supervisor; Dr Nadia Camaioni of ISOF-CNR, Bologna, primary supervisor), PhD in Chemical Sciences, University of Bologna

Jan. 2014 – Jan. 2017: Dr. Valentina Fiorini, Ph.D. in Chemistry, University of Bologna

Nov. 2017 - present: Nicola Monti, Ph.D. in Chemistry, University of Bologna

 

Research interests – Scientific Output

The main research interests of Prof. Stefano Stagni concern synthetic Inorganic/Organometallic chemistry and the study of the photophysical properties of transition metal and lanthanoid-based coordination compounds. More specifically, he has devoted his 15-years research activity to the design and the preparation of luminescent organometallic and coordination complexes containing nitrogen rich ligands, with particular attention paid both to the fundamental studies for the prepared compounds and to the investigation of their potential applications in materials and life sciences.

 

Prof. Stefano Stagni (Researcher ID: J-4969-2012; ORCID: 0000-0002-7260-4845) has authored 79 peer-reviewed journal articles. From 2002, his scientific work has been cited 1696 times with an h-index of 23 (metrics from Scopus 2021/09/06)

 

Professional activities

 

Referee (from 2010, ca. 10 papers reviewed per year) for: Inorganic Chemistry, Organometallics, Chemical Communications, Dalton Transactions, RSC Advances, European Journal of Inorganic Chemistry, Organic Electronics, Polyhedron.

 

Awards

2014/12/02 : Awarded from the Italian Ministry of Education, University and Research (MIUR) of the National Scientific Qualification (“Abilitazione Scientifica Nazionale, ASN”) as Associate Professor.

2001-2005 : Post doctoral research fellowships granted by the Italian Ministry of Education, University and Research (MIUR)

 

Memberships

SCI – Italian Chemical Society

Member of the Inorganic Chemistry Division and Interdivisional Groups of Organometallic Chemistry (GICO) and Photochemistry

 


 

Most Recent Selected Publications:

1) M. V. Werrett, G. S. Huff, S. Muzzioli, V. Fiorini, S. Zacchini, B. W. Skelton, A. Maggiore, J. M. Malicka, M. Cocchi, K. C. Gordon, S. Stagni, M. Massi

“Methylated Re(I) tetrazolato complexes: photophysical properties and Light Emitting Devices”

Dalton Transactions, vol. 44, page 8379, (2015) - Hot Paper – January 2015

 

2) M. V. Werrett, S. Muzzioli, P. J. Wright, A. Palazzi, P. Raiteri, S. Zacchini, M. Massi, S. Stagni

“Proton-Induced Reversible Modulation of the Luminescent Output of Rhenium(I), Iridium(III), and Ruthenium(II) Tetrazolate Complexes”

Inorganic Chemistry, 53, 229, (2014)

 

3) J. G. Vaughan, B. L. Reid, P. J. Wright, S. Ramchandani, B. W. Skelton, P. Raiteri, S. Muzzioli, D. H. Brown, S. Stagni, M. Massi

“Photophysical and Photochemical Trends in Tricarbonyl Re(I) N-Heterocyclic Carbene Complexes”

Inorganic Chemistry, 53, 3629, (2014).

 

4) C. A. Bader, R. D. Brooks, Y. S. Ng, A. Sorvina, M. V. Werrett, P. J. Wright, A. G. Anwer, D. A. Brooks, S. Stagni, S. Muzzioli, M. Silberstein, B. W. Skelton, E. M. Goldys, S. E. Plush, T. Shandala, M. Massi

“Modulation of the cellular organelle specificity in Re(I) tetrazolato complexes leads to unprecedented phosphorescent labeling of lipid droplets”

RSC Advances, 4, 16345, (2014).

 

5) B. L. Reid, S. Stagni, J. M. Malicka, M. Cocchi, G. S. Hanan, M. I. Ogden, M. Massi

”Lanthanoid β -triketonates: a new class of highly efficient NIR emitters for bright NIR-OLEDs” Chemical Communications, 50, 11580, (2014).

  

 

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