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Ilaria ARMENTANO

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Short Bio

Ilaria Armentano is actually a post-doc researcher in the Material Science and Technology group at the University of Perugia, in the Engineering Department. She has a long experience in the nanomaterial field in terms of materials synthesis, characterization, and surface properties. She was researcher at the Italian Interuniversitary Consortium on Materials Science and Technology (INSTM), at the NIPLAB laboratory on nanocomposites and multifunctional polymeric hybrid materials. She obtained her PhD (2006) discussing the thesis on: “carbon nanotubes: synthesis and functionalization techniques”. In the Ph.D research project, she was involved in carbon nanotube based materials. In the last 8 years she applied her knowledge and the basic know-how acquired in the material and engineering science in the biomaterial sector. In particular she worked mainly on two important subjects: nanocomposite scaffolds for biomedical applications based on biodegradable polymers, and surface modification method in terms of film deposition and plasma surface treatments. She was involved in National and International research projects on nanocomposite field: NANOFUN-POLY; NANOFIRE, VAMAS, POCO, SAMSUNG. In particular she was responsible in the Nanobiocom project founded by European Commission, for the development of new intelligent composite scaffold for bone tissue repair. In the National research programme she was involved in the T.A.U.T project, on Artificial transplantable human tissues. She was involved in the teaching activities at the University of Perugia, in the Material Science and Biotechology fields, at the Master Courses and at the undergraduate Courses, for different academic years. She was supervisor of 8 MSc degrees and 5 Ph.D thesis. She attended more than 30 International Conferences in the material science and biotechnology field with oral and presentation. She is author of more than 85 articles on revised journals and book chapter, reviewer for international journals and she is the guest Editor of “Silver Nanoparticles: Synthesis, Uses and Health Concerns”, 2013, Nova Science Publishers. She has the National teaching qualification for Associate Professorship, Disciplinary Sector ING-IND/22- Science And Technology Of Materials (01/2014).

Temi di ricerca

  1. Multifunctional nanocomposite biomaterial for tissue engineering
  2. Nanotopography to drive stem cell fate
  3. Biodegradable Nanocomposite for food packaging

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List of publications

  1. The interaction of bacteria with engineered nanostructured polymeric materials: a review. Ilaria Armentano, Carla Renata Arciola, Elena Fortunati, Davide Ferrari, Samantha Mattioli, Jessica Rizzo, J. M. Kenny, Marcello Imbriani, Livia Visai. Scientific World Journal, 2014, doi.org/10.1155/2014/410423.
  2. Spin coating of cellulose nanocrystal/silver nanoparticle assembled films. E. Fortunati, S. Mattioli, I. Armentano, J.M. Kenny. Carbohydrate Polymers, 2014, (accepted).
  3. Keratins from Merino wool and Brown Alpaca fibres as filler for PLLA based biocomposites. Aluigi, C. Tonetti, F. Rombaldoni, D.Puglia, E. Fortunati, I. Armentano, C. Santulli, L. Torre, J.M. Kenny Journal of Materials Science DOI: 10.1007/s10853-014-8350-9.
  4. Thermal and bio-disintegration properties of  Poly(lactic acid)/Natural rubber/Organoclay nanocomposites. Natacha Bitinis, Elena Fortunati, Raquel Verdejo, Ilaria Armentano, Luigi Torre, José María Kenny, Miguel Ángel López-Manchado. Applied Clay Science 93-94 (2014) 78–84.
  5. Toward the microstructure - properties relationship in MWCNT/epoxy composites: percolation behavior and dielectric spectroscopy. M. Monti, I. Armentano, G. Faiella, V. Antonucci, J. M. Kenny, L. Torre, M. Giordano. Composites Science and Technology, 2014, 96(23):38-46.
  6. Inclusion of PLLA nanoparticles in thermosensitive semi-interpenetrating polymer network. N. Rescignano, R. Hernández, I. Armentano, D. Puglia, C. Mijangos, J.M. Kenny. Polymer Degradation & Stability, 2014, in press, DOI: 10.1016/j.polymdegradstab.2014.03.007.
  7. Nanostructured polystyrene films engineered by plasma processes: Surface characterization and stem cell interaction. S. Mattioli, S. Martino, F. D'Angelo, C. Emiliani, J.M. Kenny, I. Armentano. Journal of Applied Polymer Science. 2014, 2014, 131, 40427.
  8. PVA bio-nanocomposites: a new take-off using cellulose nanocrystals and PLGA nanoparticles. N. Rescignano, E. Fortunati, S. Montesano, C. Emiliani, J.M. Kenny, S. Martino, I. Armentano. Carbohydrate Polymers. 2014, 99, 47–58.
  9. Nano-biocomposite films with modified cellulose nanocrystals and synthesized silver  nanoparticles. E. Fortunati, S. Rinaldi, M. Peltzer, N. Bloise, L. Visai, I. Armentano, A. Jiménez, L. Latterini, J.M. Kenny. Carbohydrate Polymers 2014, 101, 1122-1133.
  10. Biodegradable composite scaffolds: a strategy to modulate stem cell behavior. I. Armentano, E. Fortunati, S. Mattioli, N. Rescignano, J.M. Kenny. Recent patents on drug delivery & formulation, 2013, 7, 9-17. doi:10.1021/bm301524e.
  11. Combined effects of Ag Nanoparticles and Oxygen Plasma Treatmens on PLGA Morphological, Chemical, and Antibacterial Properties. E. Fortunati, S. Mattioli, L. Visai, M. Imbriani, J.L.G. Fierro, J.M. Kenny, I. Armentano. Biomacromolecules, 2013, 14, 626-636.
  12. Integrated PLGA-Ag nanocomposite systems to control the degradation rate and antibacterial properties. S. Rinaldi, E. Fortunati, M. Taddei, J. M. Kenny, I. Armentano and L. Latterini. Journal of Applied Polymer Science 2013, 130, 1185-1193.
  13. Protein encapsulation in biodegradable polymeric nanoparticles: morphology, fluorescence behaviour and stem cell uptake. N. Rescignano, L. Tarpani, R. Tiribuzi, S. Montesano, S. Martino, J.M. Kenny, I. Armentano. Macromol. Biosci. 2013, 13(9), 1204-1212, DOI: 10.1002/mabi.201300140.
  14. Multifunctional nanostructured PLA materials for packaging and tissue engineering. I. Armentano, N. Bitinis, E. Fortunati, S. Mattioli, N. Rescignano, R. Verdejo, M.A. Lopez-Manchado, J.M. Kenny. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.progpolymsci.2013.05.010. Progress in Polymer Science 2013, 38, 1720-1747.
  15.  Combined effects of cellulose nanocrystals and silver nanoparticles on the barrier and migration properties of PLA nano-biocomposites. E. Fortunati, M. Peltzer, I. Armentano, A. Jiménez, J.M. Kenny. Journal of Food Engineering 2013, 118, 117–124.
  16. Nanocomposites based on PLLA and multi walled carbon nanotubes support the myogenic differentiation of murine myoblast cell line. S. Montesano, E. Lizunda, F. D'Angelo, E. Fortunati, S. Mattioli, F. Morena, I. Bicchi, F. Naro, M. Sampaolesi, J. R. Sarasua, J. M. Kenny, A. Orlacchio, I. Armentano, S. Martino. ISRN Tissue Engineering 2013, Article ID 825912, 8 pages, doi:10.1155/2013/825912.
  17. Structure, gas-barrier properties and overall migration of poly(lactic acid) films coated with hydrogenated amorphous carbon layers. S. Mattioli, M. Peltzer, E. Fortunati, I. Armentano, A. Jime´nez, J.M. Kenny. Carbon 2013, 63, 274-282.
  18. Nano-biocomposite films with modified cellulose nanocrystals and synthesized silver  nanoparticles. E. Fortunati, S. Rinaldi, M. Peltzer, N. Bloise, L. Visai, I. Armentano, A. Jiménez, L. Latterini, J.M. Kenny. Carbohydrate Polymers 2014, 101, 1122-1133.
  19. Multifunctional bionanocomposite films of poly(lactic acid), cellulose nanocrystals and silver nanoparticles. E. Fortunati, I. Armentano, Q. Zhou, A. Iannoni, E. Saino, L. Visai, L.A. Berglund, J.M. Kenny. Carboydrate Polymer, 2012, 87, 1596-1605.
  20. Development of PLGA nanocomposite films and scaffolds for bone tissue engineering. I. Armentano, M. Dottori, E. Fortunati, E. Villareal, J.L. Chàvez, H. Arzate, J.M. Kenny. Journal of Nanostructured Polymers and Nanocomposites, 2012, 8,12-20.
  21. New Multifunctional Poly(lactide acid) Composites: Mechanical, Antibacterial, and Degradation Properties. E. Fortunati, I. Armentano, A. Iannoni, M. Barbale, S. Zaccheo, M. Scavone, L. Visai, J. M. Kenny. Journal of Applied Polymer Science 2012, 124,87-98.
  22. Structural properties and nonisothermal cold crystallization of PLA ternary composites based on silver nanoparticles and nanocellulose. E. Fortunati, I. Armentano, Q. Zhou, D.Puglia, A. Terenzi, L.A. Berglund, J.M. Kenny. Polymer Degradation and Stability 2012, 97, 2027-2036.
  23. Plasma surface modification of porous PLLA films: analysis of surface properties and in-vitro hydrolytic degradation. S. Mattioli, JM Kenny and I. Armentano. J Applied Polymer Science. 125 (2012):. E239-E247, DOI 10.1002/app.36827.
  24. Tuning Multi/Pluri-Potent Stem Cell Fate by Electrospun Poly(l-lactic acid)-Calcium-Deficient Hydroxyapatite Nanocomposite Mats. F. D’Angelo, I. Armentano, I. Cacciotti, R. Tiribuzi, M. Quattrocelli, C. Del Gaudio, E. Fortunati, E. Saino, A. Caraffa, G. G. Cerulli, L. Visai, J. M. Kenny, M. Sampaolesi, A. Bianco, S. Martino, and A. Orlacchio. Biomacromolecules, 2012, 13 (5): 1350–1360. DOI:10.1021/bm3000716.
  25. Stem cell-biomaterial interactions for regenerative medicine. S. Martino; F. D'Angelo; I. Armentano, JM Kenny and A. Orlacchio. Biotechnology Advances 30 (2012): 338-351.
  26. Enhancing Osteoconduction of PLLA-Based Nanocomposite Scaffolds for Bone Regeneration Using Different Biomimetic Signals to MSCs. G. Ciapetti, Gabriela; D. Granchi, Donatella;V. Devescovi,; SR Baglio, E. Leonardi, D. Martini, J M Jurado, B. Olalde; I. Armentano, JM Kenny; FX Walboomers, J Inaki Alava; N. Baldini. International Journal of Molecular Sciences 13(2) 2012:2439-2458.
  27. Morphological and thermal behaviour of porous biopolymeric nanoparticles. N Rescignano, M Amelia, A Credi, JM Kenny and I Armentano. European Polymer Journal, 48 2012, 1152-1159. DOI: 10.1016/j.eurpolymj.2012.05.005.
  28. Biocompatible Poly (L-lactide) / MWCNT nanocomposites: morphological characterization, electrical properties and stem cell interaction. E. Lizundia, J. R. Sarasua F. D’angelo, S. Martino, A. Orlacchio, J. M Kenny, I. Armentano. Macromolecular Bioscience 22 (2012): 870-881. DOI: mabi.201200008.
  29. Effects of modified cellulose nanocrystals on the barrier and migration properties of PLA nano-biocomposites. E. Fortunati, M. Peltzer, I. Armentano, L. Torre, A. Jiménez, J.M. Kenny. Carbohydrate Polymers 90, 2012: 948–956.
  30. Crystallization behaviour in PLLA/MWCNT and PLLA/MWCNT-COOH Nanocomposites. E. Lizundia, J.R. Sarasua, I. Armentano, J.M Kenny. Journal of Nanostructured polymers and Nanocomposites 8/4 (2012) 112-118.
  31. 31.  Poly(L-Lactic Acid)/Calcium-Deficient Nanohydroxyapatite Electrospun Mats for Murine Bone Marrow Stem Cell Cultures. Bianco A, Bozzo BM, Cacciotti I, Del Gaudio C, Armentano I, Dottori M, D’Angelo F, Martino S, Orlacchio A, Kenny JM. J Bioactive and Compatible Polymers 26(3):225–41, 2011.
  32. Carbon nanotubes and silver nanoparticles for multifunctional conductive biopolymer composites. Fortunati E, D’Angelo F, Martino S, Orlacchio A, Kenny JM, and Armentano I. Carbon, 49:23709, 2011.
  33. Dielectric properties at microwave frequencies of poly(epsilon-caprolactone)/CNF films and electrospun mats. Nanni Francesca; Del Gaudio Costantino; Armentano Ilaria; et al. Synthetic Metals 161(9-10): 911-918 DOI: 10.1016/j.synthmet.2011.02.024.
  34. Effect of temperature and nanoparticle type on hydrolytic degradation of poly(lactic acid) nanocomposites. K. Fukushima, D. Tabuani, M. Dottori, I. Armentano, J.M. Kenny , G. Camino. Polymer Degradation and Stability 96 (2011) 2120-2129.
  35. Mechanotransduction: Tuning Stem Cells Fate. F. D’Angelo, R. Tiribuzi, I. Armentano, JM Kenny, S. Martino, A. Orlacchio. J. Funct. Biomater. 2011, 2(2), 67-87; Review.
  36. PLGA/Ag nanocomposites: in-vitro degradation study and silver ion release. E. Fortunati, L. Latterini, S. Rinaldi, JM Kenny, I. Armentano. Journal of Materials Science: Materials in Medicine. 22 (2011): 2735-2744.
  37. Novel Poly(L-lactide) PLLA/SWNTs Nanocomposite for Biomedical Applications: Material Characterization and Biocompatibility Evaluation. I. Armentano, L. Marinucci, M. Dottori, S. Balloni, E. Fortunati, M. Pennacchi, E. Becchetti, P. Locci, J. M. Kenny. Journal of Biomaterials Science Polymer Edition 22 (2011) 541–556.
  38. Production and properties of solvent-cast poly(ε-caprolactone) composites with carbon nanostructures. M. Dottori. I. Armentano, E. Fortunati, J.M. Kenny. Journal of Applied Polymer Science. (2011) 119(6):3544-3552.
  39. Human bone marrow mesenchymal stem cell quidance by a-C:H surface designs. D’Angelo F, Armentano I, Reale U, Tiribuzi R, Mattioli S, Cerulli GG, Ronzoni F, Quattrocelli M, Sampaolesi M, Kenny JM, Martino S and Orlacchio A. Journal of Applied Biomaterials and Biomechanics 2010 8 p.108.
  40. Micropatterned hydrogenated amorphous carbon guides mesenchymal stem cells towards neuronal differentiation. F. D’Angelo, I. Armentano, S Mattioli, L Crispoltoni, R Tiribuzi, GG Cerulli, CA Palmerini, JM Kenny, S Martino and A Orlacchio. e Cells and Materials Journal 2010, 20: 231-244.
  41. Biodegradable PLGA matrix nanocomposite with silver nanoparticles: material properties and antibacterial activity. I. Armentano, E. Fortunati, L. Latterini,S. Rinaldi, E. Saino, L. Visai F. Elisei, J.M. Kenny. Journal of Nanostructured Polymers and Nanocomposites. 6, 2010: 110-118.
  42. Stem cells and biomaterial interactions for neural tissue engineering models: A matter of mechanotransduction. F. D’Angelo, I. Armentano, R. Tiribuzi, S. Mattioli, U. Reale, S. Montesano, L. Crispoltoni, G.G. Cerulli, J.M. Kenny, C.A. Palmerini S. Martino, A. Orlacchio. Special Abstracts / Journal of Biotechnology 150S (2010) S1–S576.
  43. Development and thermal behaviour of ternary PLA matrix composites. E. Fortunati, I. Armentano, A. Iannoni, J.M. Kenny. Polymer Degradation and Stability 95 (2010) 2200-2206.
  44. Microstructure and cytocompatibility of electrospun nanocomposites based on poly(ε-caprolactone) and carbon nanostructures. A. Bianco, C Del Gaudio, S Baiguera, I. Armentano, C. Bertarelli, M. Dottori, G. Bultrini, , A. Lucotti, J.M. Kenny, and M. Folin. Int J Artif Organs 2010; 33 (5): 271-282.
  45. Biodegradable Polymer Matrix Nanocomposites For Tissue Engineering: A Review. I. Armentano, M. Dottori, E. Fortunati, S. Mattioli, J.M. Kenny. Polymer Degradation and Stability 95 (2010) 2126-2146.
  46. Analysis of the biomineralization process on SWNT-COOH and FSWNT films. I. Armentano, M. A. Alvarez-Perez, B. Carmona-Rodriguez, I. Gutierrez-Ospina, J. M. Kenny, H. Arzate. Materials Science and Engineering C 28 (2008) 1522-1529.
  47. Electrospun Poly(e-caprolactone)/Ca-deficient Hydroxyapatite Nanohybrids: Microstructure, Mechanical Properties and Cell Response by Murine Embryonic Stem Cells. A. Bianco, E. Di Federico, I. Moscatelli, A. Camaioni, I. Armentano, L. Campagnolo, M. Dottori, J.M. Kenny, G. Siracusa and G. Gusmano. Materials Science & Engineering C 29 (2009) 2063–2071.
  48. Hydrogenated amorphous carbon nanopatterned film designs drive human bone marrow mesenchymal stem cell cytoskeleton architecture. S. Martino, F. D’Angelo, I. Armentano, R. Tiribuzi, M. Pennacchi, M. Dottori, S. Mattioli, A. Caraffa Auro, G.G. Cerulli, J.M. Kenny and A. Orlacchio. Tissue Engineering Part A 2009 5(10):3139-3149.
  49. Processing and properties of poly(e-caprolactone)/carbon nanofibre composite mats and films obtained by electrospinning and solvent casting. I. Armentano, C. Del Gaudio, A. Bianco, M. Dottori, F. Nanni, E. Fortunati and J. M. Kenny J Mater Sci (2009) 44:4789–4795.
  50. Role of PLLA Plasma Surface Modification in the Interaction with Human Marrow Stromal Cells. Ilaria Armentano, Gabriela Ciapetti, Manuela Pennacchi, Mariaserena Dottori, Valentina Devescovi, Donatella Granchi, Nicola Baldini, Beatriz Olalde, Maria Jesus Jurado, Jose Inaki Marquinez Alava, Josè M. Kenny. Journal of Applied Polymer Science, (2009) 114:3602–3611.
  51. Effects of Carbon Nanotubes (CNTs) on the Processing and In-Vitro Degradation of Poly(DL-Lactide-co-Glycolide)/CNT Films. I. Armentano, MS. Dottori, D. Puglia and J.M. Kenny. J Mater Sci: Mater Med 19 (2008) 2377-2387.
  52. Synthesis and Photoelectrical Properties of Carbon Nanotube-Dendritic Porphyrin Light Harvesting Molecule Systems. L. Valentini, F. Mengoni, I. Armentano, L. Ricco, J. Alongi, M. Trentini, A. Mariani, S. Russo and J. Kenny Diamond and Related Materials, 16 (2007) 658-663.
  53. Selective Interaction of Single-Walled Carbon Nanotubes with Conducting Dendrimer. L. Valentini, I. Armentano, L. Ricco, J. Alongi, G. Pennelli, A. Mariani, S. Russo and J. Kenny, Diamond and Related Materials 15 (2006) 95-99.
  54. Enhancement of Photoelectrical Properties in Polymer Nanocomposites Containing Modified Single-walled Carbon Nanotubes by Conducting Dendrimer. L. Valentini, F. Mengoni, I. Armentano, L. Ricco, J. Alongi, M. Trentini, A. Mariani, S. Russo and J. Kenny J.Appl. Phys., 99, 114305 (2006).
  55. Modification of fluorinated single-walled carbon nanotubes with aminosilane molecules. L. Valentini, J.Macan, I. Armentano, F. Mengoni, and J. Kenny, Carbon, 44 (2006) 2196-2201.
  56. Plasma surface modifications of PLLA porous scaffold for bone engineering to improve interactions with marrow stromal cells. I. Armentano, G. Ciapetti, S. Dottori, S. Pagani, N. Baldini, J.M. Kenny, B. Olalde, M.J. Jurado Biomedicine & Pharmacotherapy 60 (2006) 468.
  57. Interaction of Oxygen with Nanocomposites made of n-type Conducting Polymers and Carbon Nanotubes: Role of Charge Transfer Complex Formation Between Nanotubes and Poly(3-octylthiophene). L. Valentini, I. Armentano, J. M. Kenny, S. Bidali, A. Mariani, Thin Solid Films 476 (2005) 162-167.
  58. Sidewall Functionalization of Single-Walled Carbon Nanotubes through CF4 Plasma Treatment and Subsequent Reaction with Aliphatic Amines. L. Valentini, D. Puglia, I. Armentano, J. M. Kenny, Chem. Phys. Lett. 403 (2005) 385-389.
  59. Chemical Gating and Photoconductivity of CF4 Plasma Functionalized Single-Walled Carbon Nanotubes by Butylamine. L. Valentini, I. Armentano, F. Mengoni, D. Puglia, G. Pennelli, J. M. Kenny, J. Appl. Phys. 97 (2005) 114320.
  60. Vacancy-induced chemisorption of NO2 on carbon nanotubes: a combined theoretical and experimental study. F. Mercuri, L. Valentini, I. Armentano, A. Sgamellotti, J. M. Kenny, J. Phys. Chem. B 109 (2005) 13175-79. IF: 4.2.
  61. Electrically switchable carbon nanotubes hydrophobic surfaces. L. Valentini, I. Armentano, J.M. Kenny, Diamond and Related Materials 14 (2005) 121-124.
  62. Carbon nanotubes as new materials for gas sensing applications. C. Cantalini, L. Valentini, I. Armentano, J. M. Kenny, L. Lozzi, S. Santucci, Journal of the European Ceramic Society, 24 (2004) 1405-1408.
  63. Dielectric Behaviour of Epoxy Matrix/Single-Walled Carbon Nanotube Composites. L. Valentini, D. Puglia, E. Frulloni, I. Armentano, S.Santucci, J. M. Kenny, Composites Science and Technology 64 (2004) 23-33.
  64. Controllable Fabrication of Aligned Carbon Nanotubes by Pulsed Plasma: Selective Positioning and Electrical Transport Phenomena. L. Valentini, I. Armentano, J. M. Kenny, L. Lozzi, S. Santucci, Materials Letters 58 (2004) 470-473.
  65. A Deeper Understanding of the Photodesorption Mechanism of Aligned Carbon Nanotube Thin Films by Impedance Spectroscopy. L. Valentini, I. Armentano, D. Puglia, J. M. Kenny, L. Lozzi, S. Santucci, Thin Solid Films 449 (2004) 105-112.
  66. Dynamics of Amine Functionalised Nanotubes/Epoxy Composites by FTIR and Dielectric Relaxation Spectroscopy. L. Valentini, I. Armentano, D. Puglia, J. M. Kenny, S. Santucci, Carbon 42, 2 (2004) 323-329.
  67. Interaction of methane with carbon nanotube thin films: role of defects and oxygen adsorption. L. Valentini, I. Armentano, L. Lozzi, S. Santucci, J. M. Kenny, Materials Science and Engineering C 24 (2004) 527-533.
  68. Highly Sensitive and Selective Sensors Based on carbon Nanotubes Thin films for Molecular Detection. L. Valentini, C. Cantalini, I. Armentano, J. M. Kenny, L. Lozzi, S. Santucci, Diamond and Related Materials, 13 (2004) 1301-1305.
  69. New Sensors for Inorganic Vapour Detection Based on Carbon Nanotubes and Poly(o-anisidine) Nanocomposite Material. L. Valentini, V. Bavastrello, E. Stura, I. Armentano, C. Nicolini, J. M. Kenny, Chem. Phys. Lett., 383 (2004) 617-622.
  70. Effects of Oxygen Annealing on Cross Sensitivity of Carbon Nanotubes Thin Films for Gas Sensing Applications. L. Valentini, C. Cantalini, L. Lozzi, I. Armentano, J. M. Kenny, S. Santucci, Sensors and Actuators B, 100 (2004) 33-40.
  71. AC Conductivity of Conjugated Polymer and Self Assembled Aligned Carbon Nanotube. L. Valentini, I. Armentano, J. Biagiotti, A. Marigo, J. M. Kenny, S. Santucci, Diamond and Related Materials, 13 (2004) 250-255.
  72. Synthesis and electrical properties of CdS Langmuir-Blodgett multilayers nanoparticles on self-assembled carbon nanotubes. L. Valentini, V. Bavatrello, I. Armentano, F. D’Angelo, G. Pennelli, C. Nicolini, J.M. Kenny, Chem. Phys. Lett. 392 (2004) 214-219.
  73. Effects of Fluorine Incorporation on the Properties of Amorphous Carbon/p-Type Crystalline Silicon Heterojunction Diodes. L. Valentini, V. Salerni, I. Armentano, J. M. Kenny, L. Lozzi, S. Santucci, J. of Non-Crystalline Solids 321 (2003) 175.
  74. Effects of oxygen annealing on gas sensing properties of carbon nanotube thin films. L. Valentini , L. Lozzi, C. Cantalini, I. Armentano, J.M. Kenny, L. Ottaviano, S. Santucci. Thin Solid Films 436 (2003) 95-100.
  75. Sensors for sub-ppm NO2 Gas Detection Based on Carbon Nanotubes Thin Films. L. Valentini, C. Cantalini, L. Lozzi, I. Armentano, J. M. Kenny, S. Santucci, Appl. Phys. Lett. 82 (2003) 961; the paper has been also selected to appear on February 17, 2003 volume 7 issue 7 of the Virtual Journal of Nanoscale Science & Technology.
  76. NO2 gas sensitivity of Carbon Nanotubes Obtained by Plasma Enhanced Chemical Vapor Deposition. C. Cantalini, L. Valentini, L. Lozzi, I. Armentano, J. M. Kenny, S. Santucci, Sensors and Actuators B 93 (2003) 333-337.
  77. Effect of Thermal Annealing on the Electronic Properties of Nitrogen Doped Amorphous Carbon/p-Type Crystalline Silicon Heterojunction, Diodes. L. Valentini, L. Lozzi, V. Salerni, I. Armentano, J. M. Kenny, S. Santucci J. of Vac. Sci. and Technology A 21 (2003) 582.
  78. Pulsed Plasma Induced Alignment of Carbon Nanotubes. L. Valentini, I. Armentano, J. M. Kenny, L. Lozzi, S. Santucci, Materials Letters 57 (2003) 3699-3704. IF: 1.7.
  79. Reversible Oxidation Effect on carbon nanotubes thin films for gas sensing applications. L. Valentini, C. Cantalini, L. Lozzi, I. Armentano, J. M. Kenny, S. Santucci, Materials Science and Engineering C 23 (2003) 523-529.
  80. Sensitivity to NO2 and cross sensitivity analysis to NH3, Ethanol and humidity of carbon nanotubes thin films prepared by PECVD. C. Cantalini, L. Valentini, I. Armentano, L. Lozzi, J. M. Kenny, S. Santucci, Sensors and Actuators B 95 (2003) 195-202.
  81. Fluorinated Amorphous Carbon Films Prepared by Plasma Enhanced Chemical Vapor Deposition for Solar Cell Applications. L. Valentini, V. Salerni, I. Armentano, J.M. Kenny, L. Lozzi, S. Santucci, J. Vac. Sci. and Technol. A 21 (2003) 1784.
  82. Electrical Transport Properties of Conjugated Polymer onto Self-Assembled Aligned Carbon Nanotubes. L. Valentini, I. Armentano, P. Santilli, J. M. Kenny, L. Lozzi, S. Santucci, Diamond and Related Materials 12 (2003) 1524-1531.
  83. Investigation on the NO2 sensitivity properties of Multi-Wall Carbon Nanotubes Prepared by Plasma Enhanced Chemical Vapor Deposition. L. Valentini, C. Cantalini, I. Armentano, L. Lozzi, J. M. Kenny, S. Santucci, J. Vac. Sci. and Technol. B 21 (2003) 1996.
  84. NO2 and CO Gas Adsorption on Carbon Nanotubes: Experiment and Theory. S. Santucci, S. Picozzi, F. Di Gregorio, L. Lozzi, C. Cantalini,L. Valentini, I. Armentano, J. M. Kenny, B. Delley, J. of Chem. Phys. 119 (2003) 10904; the paper has been also selected to appear on November17, 2003 volume 8 issue 20 of the Virtual Journal of Nanoscale Science & Technology.
  85. Frequency Dependent Electrical Transport Between Conjugated Polymer and Single-Walled Carbon Nanotubes. L. Valentini, I. Armentano, J. Biagiotti, J. M. Kenny, S. Santucci, Diamond and Related Materials 12 (2003) 1601-1609.
  86. Effects of single-walled carbon nanotube incorporation on the cure reaction of epoxy resin and its detection by Raman spectroscopy. D. Puglia, L. Valentini, I. Armentano, J. M. Kenny, Diamond and Related Materials 12 (2003) 827-832.
  87. Effect of catalyst layer thickness and Ar dilution on the plasma deposition of multi-walled carbon nanotubes. L. Valentini, I. Armentano, J.M. Kenny, L. Lozzi, S. Santucci, Diamond and Related Materials 12 (2003) 821-826.
  88. Ozone reactivity with carbon nanotubes: experimental and Theoretical Studies. S. Picozzi, L. Lozzi, S. Santucci, C. Cantalini, C. Baratto, G. Sberveglieri, I. Armentano, L.Valentini, J. M. Kenny, B. Delley, Sensors, 2003. Proceedings of IEEE Volume 1, 22-24 Oct. 2003 Pages: 436 Vol. 1.

 

Book chapters

  1. Effects of material surface nanopatterning on cell morphology and orientation, M. Pennacchi, I. Armentano, S. Zeppetelli, L. Lanzaro, J.M. Kenny and P. Netti, Advanced in Micro and Nanoengineering - Chapter I - Nanobiotechnologies.
  2. I. Armentano, E. Fortunati, S. Mattioli, N. Rescignano, J.M. Kenny. Tuning Cell Behaviour in Poly(Lactic Acid) based nanocomposite scaffold. Chapter in “Lactic Acid: Production, Properties and Health Effects” A. Jimenez&R.A. Ruseckaite, Etidors.
  3. Nicoletta Rescignano and Ilaria Armentano (2013). Biopolymeric nanoparticles with a silver core for biomedical application. In: Silver Nanoparticles: Synthesis, Uses and Health Concerns. Nova Science Publishers, Inc. ISBN: 978-1-62808-402-3.
  4. Ilaria Armentano, Elena Fortunati, Samantha Mattioli, Nicoletta Rescignano, Josè Maria Kenny (2014). Biomaterials for tissue engineering based on nanostructured Poly(Lactic Acid). In: Poly(lactic acid) Science and Technology Processing, Properties, Additives and Applications. RSC Polymer Chemistry Series, Edited by Alfonso Jiménez, Mercedes Peltzer and Roxana Ruseckaite, ISSN: 2044-0790.
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