The Bonifazi Group hosted the Final Review Meeting of the DECOCHROM project (Grant Agreement ID: 760973) on the 21-22 June 2022. At the Campus of the University of Vienna, the consortium members met to discuss the accomplished research and design goals, and the future perspectives and challenges of the printed electrochromics arena. Live demonstrations of numerous prototypes were also performed, where industry and academic partners displayed smart and interactive designs spanning fashion, furniture, toys, sports, industrial and artistic printing, architecture applications, etc. This multidisciplinary project successfully demonstrated a productive synergy of backgrounds such as design, chemistry, manufacturing, printing, laminates, electronics system integration and electrochromic solutions by bringing about products from ideas. For more information about the DECOCHROM project: https://decochrom.com/ DECOCHROM has received funding from the European Commission under the programme H2020-EU.2.1.3. – Industrial Leadership – Leadership in enabling and industrial technologies – Advanced Materials https://cordis.europa.eu/project/id/760973
Colours are everywhere around us, but what makes the colours… coloured!? ? Thanks to the Kinder Uni initiative we will help children discover what colours are through playful experiments and what chemistry has to do with it! ??? The Bonifazi group is looking forward to share some #STEAM enthusiasm! Click here for more info about the event! #outreach #STEAM #colours #chemistry #dyes #pigments #polymers #littlescientists #EU
The Bonifazi Group at the Faculty of Chemistry is looking for a dedicated and motivated Administrative Assistant to join our team. The position is initially for 6 months part time. A permanent full-time employment – in mutual agreement – is aspired after the initial 6 months period. Duration of employment: 6 months Extent of Employment: 20 hours/week. Job grading in accordance with collective bargaining agreement, with relevant work experience determining the assignment to a particular salary grade. Job description: Personnel administration and support of the scientific staff in all administrative matters – General administrative expenditure – Administration of external project funds – Administration of website – Co-work in organization of conferences, congresses and meetings, etc. – Organization of travel schedules. Qualifications: Comprehensive computer literacy (MS Office, Excel). Knowledge of SAP would be an advantage. Experience in administration and accounting of projects. High command of oral and written language (German and English). High costumer and service orientation. Organising competence. Collaboration and compliance. Self-reliance. Teamplayer. Flexibility. We look forward to receiving your application with the following documents:Letter of motivation and Curriculum vitae (incl. references) at the email address email@example.com
The first PhD student from the Bonifazi group to graduate at the University of Vienna! And what celebration would be more fitting in the Reign of the East (Österreich), then crowning her queen of the Chalcogen bonds? Once again, well done Deborah, and good luck for your future endeavours! To know more about Deborah’s research check out our recent publications and follow her on LinkedIn.
Congratulations Josué Ayuso-Carrillo on winning the prestigious Marie Curie-Sklodowska Postodoctoral Fellowship with the COSY-PANTERA “Controlled Synthesis of Panchromatic Electrochromic Polytriarylamines” project! All the best for your next endeavors, exploring fascinating new polymerization reactions! To know more about Josué’s research check out his LinkedIn or the Bonifazi Group website: https://lnkd.in/eifA_eCt
In occasion of the “International Day of Women and Girls in Science”, Bonifazi group @ Institute of Organic Chemistry, UniWien, is organizing IUPAC Global Women’s Breakfast 2022 taking place online on February 16th. The aim is to celebrate the accomplishments of women in science and to inspire younger generations to pursue careers in science. The theme for this year is “Empowering Diversity in Science”. The program will include talks from scientists in academia and industry on their personal experiences as women in science. To create mutual connections, there will be a theme quiz and a panel discussion. You are very welcome to join us on February 16, 08:45 CET with this link Click here for the full program:
Welcome to Vienna Cristina, Ileana, Walter and Sofia! Our Argentinian collaborators within the EU funded VIT project just joined us, and will stay with us for a couple of months establishing new collaborative research projects, meeting new colleagues and experiencing beautiful Vienna! Thanks EU for funding and allowing us to keep broadening our scientific and cultural horizons! And thank you guys for the lovely Argentinian chocolate treats!
Congratulations Deborah for winning the second best talk award at the first Symposium of the Doctoral School of Chemistry of #UniWien! A very nice occasion to get back together after a long time of separation and enjoy the research brought forward by the student community despite these challenging times! If interested in getting to know more of or joining the Doctoral School program in Chemistry here at UniWien, check updates and opportunities at the following link:https://doschem.univie.ac.at/
Welcome Beatrice, our first Marie Sklodowska Curie Fellow here in Vienna! Funded by the ENTERPRISE fellowship (https://cordis.europa.eu/project/id/897396), she will work on the development of novel O2 sensing smart electrochromic labels for the food chain to improve traceability and convey product information to consumers, ultimately improving food safety. If you are also interested in applying for a Fellowship in our group, get in touch! We have many funding opportunities available!
A warm welcome to Vivek, Krishnan and Giuliana! Krishnan, an experienced photo-physical chemist, is joining our group from from the University of Münster (Germany) to work on the study of chalcogen-bond driven assembled systems. Vivek, an organic synthetic chemist with experience in the synthesis and characterisation of 2D polymers, is joining our group from CSIR-National Chemical Laboratory (Pune, India) to work on the development of electrochromic polymeric materials in the frame of the EU funded DecoChrom project. Giuliana is a visiting PhD student from the group of Prof. Carlone at the University degli Studi dell’Aquila.