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Dr. Giacomo Londi
Postdoctoral Researcher

Phone: +39 050 2219204

2021: PhD in Chemical Sciences. Laboratory of Chemistry for Novel Materials (CMN). University of Mons (UMONS). Mons, Belgium. PhD thesis: Electronic structure methods and electrostatic models: A promising marriage in the modelling of charge-transfer excitations in organic semiconductors. Supervisor: Prof. Dr. David Beljonne
2015: M.Sc. in Chemical Sciences. Curriculum: Chemical structure, dynamics and reactivity. Università degli Studi di Firenze (UNIFI). Firenze, Italy. Master thesis: A density functional characterization of a spin crossover system: from the bulk to the adsorbed on surface scenario. Supervisors: Prof. Dr. Federico Totti, Prof. Dr. Roberta Sessoli.
2013: B.Sc. in Chemistry. Curriculum: Chemical sciences. Università degli Studi di Firenze (UNIFI). Firenze, Italy.

Professional Experience
Ott 2022 – Present. Postdoc. Modeling Light & Environment in Complex Systems (MoLECoLab). Department of Chemistry and Industrial Chemistry. University of Pisa (UNIPI). Pisa, Italy. Topic: A multiscale study of photoactivated processes in photoresponsive proteins. Supervisor: Prof. Dr. Benedetta Mennucci.
2021 – 2022: Postdoc. Laboratory for Computational Modeling of Functional Materials. Namur Institute of Structured Matter (NISM). University of Namur (UNAMUR). Namur, Belgium. Topic: Influence of magnetic effects on spin conversion in π-conjugated light emitting organic materials. Development of a multiscale atomistic modelling approach. Supervisor: Prof. Dr. Yoann Olivier.
Feb 2021 – June 2021: Research assistant. Laboratory of Chemistry for Novel Materials (CMN). University of Mons (UMONS). Mons, Belgium. Supervisor: Prof. Dr. David Beljonne
2017 – 2020: Enrolled as Marie Sklodowska-Curie Early-State Researcher within the ITN SEPOMO (Spin for Efficient Photovoltaic devices based on Organic Molecules) programme. Topic: Singlet and triplet electronic excitations in polar molecules: Impact on charge separation at organic interfaces. Link:
2016 – 2017: Research activity at the Laboratory of Molecular Magnetism (LAMM). Department of Chemistry, University of Florence. Firenze, Italy.

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