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Claudia Dragonetti obtained her “diploma di maturità scientifica” at Liceo Scientifico “Donatelli” of Milan with 60/60, then she attended the Master of Science in Industrial Chemistry at the University of Milan and on 13 July 2000 she graduated in in Industrial Chemistry (110/110), with a thesis on organometallic complexes of iridium (I) as potential materials with anisotropic electrical properties.
In the period 2000-2003 she worked as a PhD student in Industrial Chemistry (XVI cycle); In October 2003 she was awarded of the title of PhD in Industrial Chemistry with a thesis on Organometallic Compounds: new synthetic methodologies, anisotropic, electrical, and nonlinear optical properties.
In the period November 2003 – December 2004 she was “assegnista di ricerca” with a project concerning electrical properties, optical and magnetic properties of coordination compounds.
On November 2005 she become a researcher in CHIM/03 (General and Inorganic Chemistry) at the Faculty of Mathematical, Physical and Natural Sciences, and took service at the Department of Inorganic, Organometallic and Analytical Chemistry of University of Milan on January 2005.
She is currently (from 1 April 2016) a CHIM/ 03 associate professor of the Department of Chemistry.
Claudia carried out her research in the following areas: 1) Synthesis mediated by the silica surface and in solution of neutral and anionic clusters; synthesis and reactivity of organometallic compounds as models of organometallic species present on the silica surface. 2) Synthesis and characterization of organometallic and coordination compounds with application in nonlinear optics (NLO) in organic light emitting diodes (OLED) and in Dye Sensitized Solar Cells (DSSCs)
She is the author of 100 publications in international and highly qualified journals, of 3 patents (two national and one European) and about 90 communications at national and international conferences.