The Biospectroscopy and Interfaces Research Group (BSIRG) focuses on Molecular and Cellular Biophysics, on Fluorescence and Surface Spectroscopies, and on the Synthesis of Molecules, Polymers and Nanoparticles, having in view both fundamental science, as well as Health and Industrial Applications.

Key words: Optical and Electronic Spectroscopies, Materials Chemistry and Surfaces, Molecular and Cellular Biophysics

Major Contributions
  • Structural  characterization of amyloid and amyloid-like protein fibers
  • Sensors and OLEDs based on fluorescence
  • Nanoscale organization of biological and biomimetic membranes
    Ongoing Activities
  • Characterization of lipid-protein and protein-protein interactions
  • Study and development of novel cationic antimicrobial peptides
  • Development of new bio and nanostructured materials, fluorescent probes and OLEDs
  • Synthesis/characterization of photosensitizers