Paolo Rudatis

Paolo received his Bachelor Degree in 2013 from the University of Ferrara. In 2016, from the same university, he received his Master Degree cum laude presenting a thesis titled “Surface and Interface Modification of Ferric Oxide for Electrochemical and Photoelectrochemical Processes”. He then moved to the Vienna University of Technology, Austria to begin his PhD studies in the group of Molecular Materials Chemistry supervised by Prof. Dr. Dominik Eder.

Current research

Paolo’s research interests include 2D-transducers in liquid-gated FET, photo-electrochemistry and interface chemistry at semiconductor-liquid junctions. He is mainly involved in the synthesis, employment and characterisation of semiconductor materials, aiming at explaining unconventional phenomena at the solid-liquid interface. In his view, that is a valuable way to open new routes to tackle the current limitations in the field and develop always more performing devices.

He is currently involved in the following MMC group projects: links to the Project section 

 

Researcher ID: G-9317-2019

Research gate: https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Paolo_Rudatis

Publications

M. Orlandi, A. Mazzi, G. Arban, N. Bazzanella, P. Rudatis, S. Caramori, N. Patel, R. Fernandes, C. A. Bignozzi, A. Miotello.

On the effect of Sn-doping in hematite anodes for oxygen evolution

Electrochimica Acta, 2016, 214, 345-353, DOI: 10.1016/j.electacta.2016.08.046

Conferences

  1. P. Rudatis, A. Cherevan, J. Bintinger, W. Knoll, H. Mikula, D. Eder
    Oral: “From Graphene Biosensing to Hematite Photosensing”
    34th Workshop on Novel Materials and Superconductors, JUFA Schladming, Austria, 10-15.02.2019.
     

  2. P. Rudatis, A. Cherevan, J. Bintinger, W. Knoll, H. Mikula, D. Eder
    Oral: “GO-Based FET: tuning of a live amperometric pH sensor”
    Annual Nanotechnology Conference (Nanomat2018), Vienna, Austria, 3-5.09.2018
     

  3. P. Rudatis, A. Cherevan, J. Bintinger, W. Knoll, H. Mikula, D. Eder
    Poster: “GO-Based FET: impact of ammonia on the transducer and pH sensing properties”
    33th Workshop on Novel Materials and Superconductors, BSFZ Obertraun, Austria, 11-17.02.2018