GRAIGHERO Mariavittoria
Processing and Doping of Polymer Thin Films and Bulk Materials

Chalmers University Kemigården 4, 412 58 Göteborg, Sweden Email address: Chemistry Building (kurshuset), floor 8

Mariavittoria Craighero earned her Master of Science in Materials Engineering and Nanotechnology in 2019 at Politecnico di Milano. She completed her master thesis project in Prof Christian Müller’s group (Chalmers University of Technology) as a visiting student, working on the processing of polymeric conductive fibers for smart textiles and on the characterization of their mechanical and electrical properties. 

Fascinated by polymer processing and fiber spinning, Mariavittoria chose to start her PhD funded by HORATES, focusing on processing and doping of organic materials for thermoelectric application under supervision of Prof Christian Müller (Chalmers University of Technology) with the co-supervision of Prof Martin Brinkmann (CNRS - University of Strasbourg).

Relevant publications:

  1. Robust PEDOTSS Wet-Spun Fibers for Thermoelectric Textiles, Y. Kim, A. Lund, H. Noh, A. I. Hofmann, M. Craighero, S. Darabi, S. Zokaei, J. I. Park, M.-H. Yoon, C. Müller, Macromol. Mater. Eng. 2020, 305, 1900749
  2. All-Polymer Conducting Fibers and 3D Prints via Melt Processing and Templated Polymerization, A. I. Hofmann, I. Östergren, Y. Kim, S. Fauth, M. Craighero, M.-H. Yoon, A. Lund, C. Müller, ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces, 2020, 12 (7), 8713-8721