Devis Di Tommaso

Devis Di Tommaso studied Chemistry at the "Universita' degli Studi di Trieste" and graduated summa cum laude in 2002. He carried out his doctoral studies in the Theoretical Chemistry group headed by Professor Piero Decleva and, in 2006, he successfully defended the PhD thesis with work on the application and development of density functional theory methods for the study of molecular photoionization processes. In 2006, Devis conducted postdoctoral research at the Royal Institution of Great Britain in the group of Professor Catlow to work on theoretical catalysis. As part of a Marie-Curie research and training network, in 2007 he moved to University College London in the group of Professor de Leeuw to work on the development of computational methods to investigate the nucleation of metal carbonates. In January 2012 he was awarded a Royal Society Industry Fellowship. Since 2013, Devis is Lecturer in Computational Chemistry at Queen Mary University, London (UK).