Journals 2014

  1. A. Braga, C. Baratto, E. Bontempi, P. Colombi, G. Sberveglieri, “Transparent front contact optimization in dye sensitized solar cells: use of cadmium stannate and titanium oxide by sputtering“, Thin Solid Films 555 (2014) 18-20
  2. Isabella Concina, E. Comini, Saulius Kaciulis, and Giorgio Sberveglieri. Quantum dots as mediators in gas sensing: A case study of CdS sensitized WO3 sensing composites. APPLIED SURFACE SCIENCE, 290:295–300, JAN 30 2014.
  3. Marta Maria Natile, Andrea Ponzoni, Isabella Concina, and Antonella Glisenti, Chemical Tuning versus Microstructure Features in Solid-State Gas Sensors: LaFe1-xGaxO3, a Case Study, Chem. Mater., 2014, 26 (4), pp 1505–1513
  4. Michal Sitarz, Monika Kwoka, E. Comini, Dario Zappa, and Jacek Szuber. Surface chemistry of SnO2 nanowires on Ag-catalyst-covered Si substrate studied using XPS and TDS methods. NANOSCALE RESEARCH LETTERS, 9, JAN 25 2014
  5. V. Sberveglieri, E. N. Carmona, E. Comini, A. Ponzoni, D. Zappa, O. Pirrotta, and A. Pulvirenti. A Novel Electronic Nose as Adaptable Device to Judge Microbiological Quality and Safety in Foodstuff. Biomed Research International, 2014, Article ID 529519, DOI 10.1155/2014/529519.
  6. Isabella Concina, Gurpreet S. Selopal, Riccardo Milan, Giorgio Sberveglieri and Alberto Vomiero, “Light harvester band gap engineering in excitonic solar cells: A case study on semiconducting quantum dots sensitized rainbow solar cells”, Pure Appl. Chem. 2014.
  7. Daniel Peeters, Davide Barreca, Giorgio Carraro, E. Comini, Alberto Gasparotto, Chiara Maccato, Cinzia Sada, and Giorgio Sberveglieri. Au/epsilon-Fe2O3 Nanocom- posites as Selective NO2 Gas Sensors. JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY C, 118(22):11813–11819, JUN 5 2014.
  8. H. Zhao, Z. Fan, H. Liang, G. S. Selopal, B. A. Gonfa, L. Jin, A. Soudi, D. Cui, M. M. Natile, I. Concina, D. Ma, A. O. Govorov, F. Rosei, A. Vomiero, “Modulating Photoinduced Electron Transfer from PbS@CdS Core@Shell Quantum Dots to Metal Oxide Nanoparticles”, Nanoscale, 2014, 6, 7004-7011.
  9. G. S. Selopal, I. Concina, R. Milan, M. M. Natile, G. Sberveglieri, A. Vomiero, “Hierarchical self-assembled Cu2S nanostructures: fast and reproducible spray deposition of effective counter electrodes for high efficiency quantum dot solar cells”, Nano Energy, 2014, 6, 200-210.
  10. Stacchiotti, A.; Rovetta, F.; Ferroni, M.; Corsetti, G.; Lavazza, A.; Sberveglieri, G.; Aleo, M. F. Taurine Rescues Cisplatin-Induced Muscle Atrophy in Vitro: a Morphological Study. Oxidative Medicine and Cellular Longevity 2014, 2014, 1–11.
  11. Dario Zappa, Simone Dalola, Guido Faglia, Elisabetta Comini, Matteo Ferroni, Cate- rina Soldano, Vittorio Ferrari, and Giorgio Sberveglieri. Integration of ZnO and CuO nanowires into a thermoelectric module. Beilstein Journal of Nanotechnology, 5:927–936, 2014.
  12. Aylin Karakuscu, Andrea Ponzoni, Elisabetta Comini, Giorgio Sberveglieri, and Cek- dar Vakifahmetoglu. SiC Foams Decorated with SnO2 Nanostructures for Room Temperature Gas Sensing. International Journal of Applied Ceramic Technology, 11(5):851–857, 2014.
  13. Simone Dalola, Guido Faglia, Elisabetta Comini, Matteo Ferroni, Caterina Soldano, Dario Zappa, Vittorio Ferrari, Giorgio Sberveglieri, « Investigation of Seebeck Effect in ZnO Nanowires for Micropower Generation in Autonomous Sensor Systems », Lecture Notes in Electrical Engineering Volume 162, 2014, pp 245-249
  14. Simone Dalola, Vittorio Ferrari, Guido Faglia, Elisabetta Comini, Matteo Ferroni, Caterina Soldano, Dario Zappa, Giorgio Sberveglieri, « Investigation of Seebeck Effect in metal oxide Nanowires for powering autonomous microsystems », Lecture Notes in Electrical Engineering Volume 268, 2014, pp 3-7
  15. Nicolò Bontempi, Marco Salmistraro, Matteo Ferroni, Laura E Depero, and Ivano Alessandri, “Probing the spatial extension of light trapping-induced enhanced Raman scattering in high-density Si nanowire arrays.”, Nanotechnology 25 (2014) 465705 (7pp) IOP Publishing,
  16. E. Gobbi, M. Falasconi, G. Zambotti, V. Sberveglieri, A. Pulvirenti, G. Sberveglieri, “Rapid diagnosis of Enterobacteriaceae in vegetable soups by a metal oxide sensor based Electronic Nose”, Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical (2014),
  17. V. Sberveglieri, E. Nunez, D. Zappa, E. Comini, A. Pulvirenti, “Classification of different roasting processes by MOX nanowire”, Procedia Engineering 87, pp. 572-575
  18. M. E. Mazhar, G. Faglia, C. Baratto, E. Comini, D. Zappa, R. Kumar, G. Sberveglieri “P-type CuO nanowires and thin film for highly sensitive kelvin probe gas sensing applications”, Procedia Engineering 87, pp. 16-19
  19. D. Zappa, A. Bertuna, E. Comini, M. Molinari, N. Poli, G. Sberveglieri “Tungsten oxide nanowires chemical sensors”, Procedia Engineering 87, pp. 696-699
  20. C. Baratto, R. Kumar, E. Comini, G. Faglia, G. Sberveglieri “Gas sensing study of ZnO nanowire heterostructured with NiO for detection of pollutant gases” Procedia Engineering 87 ( 2014 ) 1091 – 1094
  21. R. Kumar, C. Baratto, G. Faglia, G. Sberveglieri, K.Vojisavljevic, B. Malic “Tailoring and characterization of porous hierarchical nanostructured p type thin film of Cu-Al-Oxide for the detection of pollutant gases”, Procedia Engineering 87 ( 2014 ) 252 – 255
  22. C. Cerqui, A. Ponzoni, D. Zappa, E. Comini, G. Sberveglieri “Copper oxide nanowires for surface ionization based gas sensors”, Procedia Engineering 87, pp. 1023-1026
  23. A. Bertuna, E. Comini, N. Poli, D. Zappa, G. Sberveglieri “Niobium oxide nanostructures for chemical sensing”, Procedia Engineering 87, pp. 807-810
  24. G. S. Selopal, R. Milan, L. Ortolani, V. Morandi, R. Rizzoli, G. Sberveglieri, G. P. Veronese, A. Vomiero, I. Concina, “Graphene as transparent front contact for dye sensitized solar cells”, Solar Energy Materials and Solar Cells, DOI: 10.1016/j.solmat.2014.10.016
  25. G. S. Selopal, N. Memarian, R. Milan, I. Concina, G. Sberveglieri, A. Vomiero, “Effect of Blocking Layer to Boost Photoconversion Efficiency in ZnO Dye-Sensitized Solar Cells”, ACS Appl. Materials and Surfaces, 2014, 6, 11236−11244.
  26. G.Zambotti, V.Sberveglieri, E. Gobbi, M. Falasconi, E. Nunez, A. Pulvirenti, “Fast identification of microbiological contamination in vegetable soup by electronic nose”, Procedia Engineering 87 (2014) 1302 – 1305
  27. V. Galstyan, E. Comini, G. Faglia, and G. Sberveglieri. Synthesis of self-ordered and well-aligned Nb2O5 nanotubes. Crystengcomm, 16(44):10273–10279, 2014.
  28. M. Epifani, E. Comini, R. Diaz, T. Andreu, A. Genc, J. Arbiol, P. Siciliano, G. Faglia, and J. R. Morante. Solvothermal, Chloroalkoxide-based Synthesis of Monoclinic WO3 Quantum Dots and Gas-Sensing Enhancement by Surface Oxygen Vacancies. Acs Applied Materials & Interfaces, 6(19):16808–16816, 2014.
  29. V. Galstyan,  E. Comini,  C. Baratto, M. Ferroni, N. Poli, G. Faglia, E. Bontempi, M. Brisotto, G. Sberveglieri. Two-phase titania nanotubes for gas sensing, Procedia Engineering, 2014, 87, 176-179.
  30. A.G.B. Castro, A.C. Bastos, V. Galstyan, G. Faglia, G. Sberveglieri, I.M. Miranda Salvado. Synthesis and electrochemical study of a hybrid structure based on PDMS-TEOS and titania nanotubes for biomedical applications, Nanotechnology, 2014, 25 (36), art. no. 365701.
  31. V. Galstyan, E. Comini, A. Ponzoni, N. Poli, G. Faglia, G. Sberveglieri, E. Bontempi, M. Brisotto. Well-ordered titania nanostructures for gas sensing, Lecture Notes in Electrical Engineering, 2014, 268, 127-131.