Università degli Studi di Torino

Turin, Italy


University of Torino (UNITO) is one of the largest Italian Universities. It has a reputed Department of Chemistry and Interdepartmental Center on "Nanostructured Interfaces and Surfaces" (NIS). Research and training are performed in 27 Departments, encompassing all scientific disciplines. UNITO is deeply involved in scientific research and manages roughly 500 projects per year, both at national and international level. Under H2020, 52 projects have been funded so far (2014-2016), among which 10 coordinated projects, 2 ERC grant as host institution and 3 Research Infrastructure projects (http://www.unito.it/). Department of Chemistry research specialisms are metastable metallic materials development, structural, microstructural, calorimetric characterisations, modelling, metallic surfaces and interfaces development and characterisation, biosensing development (https://www.chimica.unito.it/do/home.pl).

  • Type: Academic
  • Country: Italy
  • Dept/Lab: Department of Chemistry
  • Scientist in charge: Prof. Paola Rizzi
  • Team: Prof. Paola Rizzi

Via Verdi, 8
10124 Torino
Centralino +39 011 6706111 


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