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Dr.

Lorenzo Tesi

Post-Doc
van Slageren Group

Contact

+49 711 685-62909

Pfaffenwaldring 55
70569 Stuttgart
Deutschland
Room: 8.307

Subject

Design and realization of 2D systems for Electron Paramagnetic Resonance spectroscopy applications

The project is constituted by several aspects ranging from the design of 2D structures for the enhancement of localized magnetic fields for studying films of thin Molecular Magnets by EPR spectroscopy, up to the realization of 2D polymeric systems behaving as Quantum Sensors.

M. Kern, L. Tesi, D. Neusser, N. Rußegger, M. Winkler, A. Allgaier, Y.M. Gross, S. Bechler, H.S. Funk, L.-T. Chang, J. Schulze, S. Ludwigs, J. van Slageren
Hybrid spintronic materials from conducting polymers with molecular quantum bits
Adv. Funct. Mater., DOI:10.1002/adfm.202006882 (2020)

A. Albino, S.Benci, L. Tesi, M. Atzori, R. Torre, S. Sanvito, R. Sessoli, A. Lunghi
First-Principles Investgation of Spin-Phonon Coupling in Vanadium-Based Molecular Spin Qubits
Inorg. Chem. 58, 10260-10268 (2019)

T. Yamabayashi, M. Atzori, L. Tesi, G. Cosquer, F. Santanni, M.-E. Boulon, E. Morra, S. Benci, R. Torre, M. Chiesa, L. Sorace, R. Sessoli, M. Yamashita
Scaling up electronic spin qubits into a three-dimensional metal-organic framework
Journal of the American Chemical Society, 140, 12090-12101 (2018)

L. Tesi, Z. Salman, I. Cimatti, F. Pointillart, K. Bernot, M. Mannini, R. Sessoli
Isotope effects on the spin dynamics of single-molecule magnets probed using muon spin spectroscopy
Chemical Communications, 54, 7826-7829 (2018)
L. Rigamonti, N. Bridonneau, G. Poneti, L. Tesi, L. Sorace, D. Pinkowicz, J. Jover, E. Ruiz, R. Sessoli, A. Cornia
A pseudo-octahedral cobalt(II) complex with bispyrazolylpyridine ligands acting as a zero-field single-molecule magnet with easy axis anisotropy
Chemistry-A European Journal, 24, 8857-8868 (2018)
M. Atzori, S. Benci, E. Morra, L. Tesi, M. Chiesa, R. Torre, L. Sorace, R. Sessoli
Structural effects on the spin dynamics of potential molecular qubits
Inorganic Chemistry, 57, 731-740 (2018)
M. Atzori, L. Tesi, S. Benci, A. Lunghi, R. Righini, A. Taschin, R. Torre, L. Sorace, R. Sessoli
Spin dynamics and low energy vibrations: insights from vanadyl-based potential molecular qubits
Journal of the American Chemical Society, 139, 4338-4341 (2017)
I. Mihalcea, M. Perfetti, F. Pineider, L. Tesi, V. Mereacre, F. Wilhelm, A. Rogalev, C. E. Anson, A. K. Powell, R. Sessoli
Spin helicity in chiral lanthanide chains
Inorganic Chemistry, 55, 10068-10074 (2016)
L. Tesi, A. Lunghi, M. Atzori, E. Lucaccini, L. Sorace, F. Totti, R. Sessoli
Giant spin-phonon bottleneck effects in evaporable vanadyl-based molecules with long spin coherence
Dalton Transactions 45, 16635-16643 (2016)
M. Atzori, E. Morra, L. Tesi, A. Albino, M. Chiesa, L. Sorace, R. Sessoli
Quantum coherence times enhancement in vanadium(IV)-based potential molecular qubits: the key role of the vanadyl moiety
Journal of the American Chemical Society, 138, 11234-11244 (2016)
M. Atzori, L. Tesi, E. Morra, M. Chiesa, L. Sorace, R. Sessoli
Room-temperature quantum coherence and Rabi oscillations in vanadyl phthalocyanine: toward multifunctional molecular spin qubits
Journal of the American Chemical Society, 138, 2154-2157 (2016)
L. Tesi, E. Lucaccini, I. Cimatti, M. Perfetti, M. Mannini, M. Atzori, E. Morra, M. Chiesa, A. Caneschi, L. Sorace, R. Sessoli
Quantum coherence in a processable vanadyl complex: new tools for the search of molecular spin qubits
Chemical Science, 7, 2074–2083 (2016)
Since Apr 2019 Post-doc, Joris van Slageren group, Institute of Physical Chemistry, University of Stuttgart, Germany.
Nov 2018 – Apr 2019

Post-doc (supported by INSTM grant), LAboratory of Molecular Magnetism (LAMM), Chemistry Department (Ugo Schiff), University of Florence, Italy.

2015-2019 

PhD in Chemical Sciences
LAboratory of Molecular Magnetism (LAMM), Chemistry Department (Ugo Schiff), University of Florence, Italy.
Thesis title: Multitechnique investigation for rational design of molecular spin qubits,
Supervisor: Prof. Roberta Sessoli

2016 – 2019

Teaching assistant for the class "General and Inorganic Chemistry " for the Master Degree in Pharmaceutical Chemistry and Technology (Prof. Roberta Sessoli), and for Bachelor Degree of Engineering (Prof. Andrea Caneschi), University of Florence, Italy.

2013 - 2015

Master’s degree in Chemical Sciences Curriculum "Chemical structure, dynamic and reactivity"
LAboratory of Molecular Magnetism (LAMM), Chemistry Department (Ugo Schiff), University of Florence, Italy.
Thesis title: Multitechnique characterization of the magnetic relaxation in a vanadyl based potential molecular qubit, Supervisor: Prof. Roberta Sessoli

2010-2015

Educator of individuals with autism spectrum disorders. Application of the ABA therapy for school and social life learning, Florence, Italy.

2009 - 2013

Bachelor’s degree in Chemical Sciences
European Laboratory for Non-Linear Spectroscopy (LENS), University of Florence, Italy.
Thesis title: Pressure induced reactivity of crystalline triazine, Supervisor: Prof. Roberto Bini

 

 

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