Doctoral Candidate

Gabriele Laudadio

My dream is that one day, Organic Chemists will synthesize molecules in a fast, selective, and efficient way, just as Nature does.

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Group / Unit
Micro Flow Chemistry and Process Technology
Building
Helix-oost
Floor / room
1.39

Research Profile

Gabriele Laudadio is a doctoral candidate in the microflow reactor technology group under the supervision of Dr. Timothy Noël. His research focuses on the application of Green Chemistry to improve Organic Chemistry methodologies, exploring the possibility to obtain molecules of interest faster and in a more efficient way, combining Continuous-Flow microreactor technology with electrochemistry and photochemistry.

Academic Background

Gabriele Laudadio received his master degree in Organic Chemistry from the University of Pisa in 2016, under the supervision of Prof. Adriano Carpita. His thesis focused on the synthesis of bioactive compounds via Mizoroki-Heck reactions performed with supported palladium catalysts.

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