University of Padova
Silvia Carlotto is a Researcher at the University of Padua, Italy. She started her PhD research activity in the Theoretical Chemistry Group at the same university with a thesis devoted to the modeling of dynamic solvation effects. After her PhD, she participated as Postdoc in several national and international projects about the simulation of non-linear optical properties of multipolar chromophores in solution; the development of computational methods for micro fluidic devices and the theoretical study of the next generation, cost efficient, automotive catalysis in particular and the modeling of the catalytic properties of pure and doped perovskites. During the past years, she has worked on the simulation of X-ray absorption and photoemission spectra (K- and L-edges) of isolated and supported (Fe and FeO2- phthalocyanine) systems to gain insights into their occupied and unoccupied electronic structures.
multipolar chromophores, Theoretical Chemistry, computational Chemistry, Chemisrty.