Full Professors


Professore Ordinario SSD: CHIM/02 Chimica FisicaStanza: F1 – 9
Telefono: (+39) 06 7259 4468 Sito web: Laboratory of Physical Chemistry
Photo of Mariano VENANZI

Biographical Info

1984: first degree in Chemistry (cum laude) at the University of Rome “La Sapienza”.
1988: Ph.D. degree in Chemistry at the same University.
1989: senior researcher in Physical Chemistry at the Department of Chemical Sciences and
Technologies of the University of Rome Tor Vergata (UTV).
1998: Associate Professor of Physical Chemistry at UTV.
2007-2014: Chair of the School of Chemistry at UTV
2006-2009: Board of the Physical Chemistry Division of Italian Chemical Society (SCI).
2010-2012: Board of the Center for Nanoscience, Nanotechnologies and Advanced Instrumentation (NAST) at UTV.
2017-2019: Chair of SCI–Lazio
2018-2020: Chair of the School of Applied Chemistry at UTV.
2019: Full professor of Physical Chemsiistry at UTV.
2019-2021 Board of the Physical Chemistry Division (SCI)
MV activity focussed on the study of the photophysical properties of biomolecules in solution and in organized phase (liposome, vesicles, membranes). In particular, he studied the mechanisms of electron transfer processes in biomimetic systems . Recently, his scientific interest shifted to the design and characterization of bio-hybrid materials, peptide self-assembled monolayers, porphyrin nanostructures. He is author and co-author of more than 190 papers on international journals (Hindex 29), and of more than a hundred of communications to national and international conferences. He held seminars and invited talks at the University of Bologna, Perugia, Padova, Catania, Ecole Normale Superieur in Paris, Technical University of Prague, Melbourne University, Bjelorussian Academy of Science, Universidad de La Habana.
Founded projects: FISR2001, PRIN 2001, PRIN2003, PRIN2006, PRIN2008, FP6, NATO2008, IRSES2011, Nanosupremi (IRSES), PLS2015, PLS2018.
Physical Chemistry 3 (First Degree in Chemistry), Nanoscience (Master degree in Chemistry), Biological Physical Chemistry (Master degree in Cellular and Molecular Biology).