Ritratto di donato.monti@uniroma1.it

Benvenuti al Corso di Chimica Generale ed Inorganica, Canale 3; AA 2021-22.

 

Si comunica agli studenti interessati che il Corso lunedì 27 Settembre 2021. Il corso si terrà in Aula C, edificio S. Cannizzaro (CU014), secondo il calendario pubblicato sugli apposite pagine del Dipartimento.

 

Per gli studenti con necessità di collegarsi in remoto, le lezioni potranno essere seguite in via telematica al seguente link di aula al seguente link Meet:

 

https://meet.google.com/nsb-tbuc-tku

 

 

 

E' in continuo aggiornamento una pagina in "Classroom" di Google, in cui gli studenti potranno inserire i loro indirizzi e-mail. Questo per agevolare il docente nella procedura di invito/accettazione dei partecipanti alle lezioni telematiche. Nella pagina verranno inserite comunicazioni, disposizioni e materiale didattico.

 

https://classroom.google.com/c/MTc2NTE5MjYxMjg3

Codice corso wth6qgo

 

 

Per garantire la tracciabilità delle presenze nelle aule in cui si svolge lezione, si invita gli studenti a compilare il modulo Presenza nelle aule del Dipartimento di Chimica - fase 3 (link in forma estesa: https://forms.gle/oq2Nb6UAGZnYn1bSA) all'inizio della vostra lezione, alla voce "altro" per gli studenti che seguono in altro edificio. L'aula dove usualmente facciamo lezione è l'Aula C; Edificio S. Cannizzaro (CU014). Per rendere più agevole la richiesta si segnala che il link è attivo anche nella sezione Didattica in presenza sulla pagina Linee guida per la gestione delle attività di ricerca e didattiche sul sito web del Dipartimento di Chimica. Si ringrazia per la collaborazione

 

Saluti

 

Donato Monti

 

 

 

 

Comunicazione Importante (12/11/2020)

Si comunica agli studenti interessati che le esrcitazioni di laboratorio si terranno nella settimana dal 23 al 27 Novembre 2020, dalle 9:30 in poi. Gli studenti dovranno prenotarsi tramite il seguente link:

 

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1cCY4DSmAqAVeF2H0BylpqHB-F13gR-c--9PF7E5...

 

- Causa le vigenti disposizioni si svolgerà una sola esercitazione la cui dispensa verrà pubblicata sull'apposita pagina di "Classroom".

- Gli studenti verranno omogeneamente suddivisi per ordine alfabetico in cinque turni da 20 persone. Questo per garantire l'adempimento delle disposizioni di sicurezza. Le date di ogni turno verranno tempestivamente comunicate. In caso di impossibilità per gravi e giustificabili motivi lo studente potrà cambiare turno; questo naturalmente, e a giudizio del docente, se non comporta aggravamento delle condizioni di rischio (es. eccedenza delle persone presenti in laboratorio).

- Si ricorda agli studenti di portare con se una copia cartacea della dispensa e la dotazione personale di sicurezza (camice e mascherina). Ulteriori dispositivi di protezione, come guanti ed occhiali di sicurezza, verranno distribuiti dal personale di laboratorio.

- Uno schema indicativo mostrante la disposizione di sicurezza degli studenti (numero progressivo 1-18 in rosso) è riportata su questa pagina e sulla pagina di Classroom.

Saluti

Donato Monti

 

 

Comunicazione relativa appelli di esame.

Si comunica agli studenti interessati che sono state pubblicate le date delle sessioni scritte di gennaio 2021. Le sessioni appariranno in duplicato, con due date consecutive (es: 25 e 26 gennaio). La prima data si riferisce alla prenotazione per la modalità "In presenza"; la seconda data è relativa alla modalità "da remoto".

 

Cordiali saluti

 

DM

 

 

Comunicazione 19/12/2020

 

Come da accordi presi a lezione si comunica agli studenti interessati che le lezioni del 21/22/23 Dicembre 2020 si svolgeranno nell'orario 14:16.

 

Saluti

 

DM

 

 

INSEGNAMENTO DI CHIMICA PER IL CORSO DI LAUREA IN FISICA

 

Si avvertono gli studenti interessati che il Corso di Chimica per il CdL Triennale di Fisica (6 CFU; Canale L-Po) inizierà Mercoledì 24 Febbraio 2021. Il corso si svolgerà secondo l'orario pubblicato sul sito del Dipartimento di Fisica, in Aula 7 dell'Edificio E. Fermi.

 

Successive comunicazioni saranno visualizzate sul sito Classroom al seguente link:

https://classroom.google.com/c/Mjc1MTAyNzcyNjg0?cjc=7u7ejra

Codice Corso: 7u7ejra

 

Si comunica inoltre che le lezioni possono essere seguite in modalità "da remoto" al link di aula (Aula 7; Edificio E. Fermi)
(https://www.phys.uniroma1.it/fisica/strutture/aule).

 

Un caro saluto e buon lavoro a tutte/i

 

Donato

Insegnamento Codice Anno Corso - Frequentare Bacheca
CHIMICA GENERALE E INORGANICA CON LABORATORIO 1020316 2022/2023
CHIMICA 1022782 2022/2023
CHIMICA GENERALE E INORGANICA CON LABORATORIO 1020316 2021/2022
CHIMICA 1022782 2021/2022
CHIMICA GENERALE E INORGANICA CON LABORATORIO 1020316 2020/2021
CHIMICA 1022782 2020/2021
CHIMICA GENERALE E INORGANICA CON LABORATORIO 1020316 2019/2020
CHIMICA GENERALE E INORGANICA CON LABORATORIO 1020316 2018/2019
CHIMICA GENERALE E INORGANICA CON LABORATORIO 1020316 2017/2018
CHIMICA 1022782 2016/2017

Contattare il docente via mail per un appuntamento in presenza o via telematica

Name and Surname: Donato Monti (born in Rome; 30/05/1961)
Current position: Associate Professor; Department of Chemistry. La Sapienza University, Rome.
July 1988 Degree: Degree in Chemistry; University of Rome "La Sapienza"
Post-graduate October 1989 - September 1990: CNR fellowship (call n. 201.03.17 of 21/05/1988). Part of the research work was carried out in the laboratories of Professor Peter Maitlis of the University of Sheffield (UK), in the following period: July 1990 - October 1990.
PhD November 1990 - October 1993: PhD in Chemical Sciences. Part of the research work was carried out in the laboratories of Professor Peter Maitlis of the University of Sheffield (UK), in the following periods:
July 1991 - October 1991 (NATO Collaborative Research Grant n. CRG 900289);
September 1992;
May 1993 - July 1993 (CNR-British Council grant)
May 1994 - July 1994.
17-21 June 1991: XVI Summer Course of Organic Synthesis A. Corbella "; Gargnano
January 9-17, 1992: II European Winter School in Organic Reactivity ", Bressanone
January1995 - December 1995: Procter & Gamble Italia scholarship for the synthesis and study of the stability and activity of some surfactants of commercial interest.
January 1996 - July 1996: Collaboration contract at the Department of Chemical Sciences and Technologies of the University of Tor Vergata (Eniricerche-Consorzio Roma Ricerche), for the synthesis and study of porphyrin and metalloporphyrin derivatives.
November 1996 - August 2020: Researcher at the Department of Chemical Sciences and Technologies of the University of Rome "Tor Vergata".
September 2020 - current: Associate Professor at the Chemistry Department of the University of Rome "La Sapienza".

Training or research activities at qualified foreign institutes as a visiting researcher
15/02/1997 - 08/03/1997 Supramolecular Chemistry Laboratory; Prof. David Reinhoudt; University of Twente, Enschede (NL). CNR-NWO Short-term Mobility Program 1997.
15/07/1998 - 15/08/1998 Supramolecular Chemistry Laboratory; Prof. David Reinhoudt; University of Twente, Enschede (NL). CNR-NWO Short-term Mobility Program 1998.
2010 - 2011 Exchange periods with the University of Prague, Czech Republic. Department of Chemistry, Prof. Pavel Drasar, NATO - Emerging Security Challenges Division; Project Nr .: 1998ESC (SPS) (2011) 0136 CBP .EAP .CLG.982972.

Research activity: The research work was initially aimed at the synthesis and study of new porphyrin and metalloporphyrin derivatives, as catalysts of oxidation reactions of alkyl, olefinic and aromatic substrates. His interest was also directed to the synthesis and study of supramolecular diporphyrinic systems in order to create biomimetic catalytic systems. This work concerned in particular the study of the interaction between porphyrins and chiral surfactants, such as liposomes and micelles, for the construction of biomimetic systems of Cytochrome P450.
His interest is currently directed, in close collaboration with Prof. Roberto Paolesse and Prof. Mariano Venanzi of the Tor Vergata University of Rome, to the synthesis and study of new porphyrin systems, characterized by the presence of chiral functions, as residues conformationally blocked amino acids (D- and L-proline). In particular, the characteristics of self-aggregation, in solution and in solid phase, have been studied, highlighting the important correlations between structural characteristics (morphology) and properties (supramolecular chirality) of the macroscopic systems obtained. The stereospecific formation of these structures has been shown to depend not only on the reading of the chiral information present on the macrocycle, but also on the conditions of self-assembly, such as concentration and nature of the reaction medium. This has led to the possibility of fine-tuning the chemical-physical and morphological properties of the structures obtained. The application of these systems in the field of new materials, nanotechnologies and in the sensor field makes the study of these systems particularly important and interesting.
As part of his interest in supramolecular chemistry, he carried out periods of study and research at the laboratories of Professor David Reinhoudt, Director of the Supramolecular Chemistry Laboratory (MESA +) of the University of Twente, Enschede (NL). For this purpose he has benefited from some funding under the Short Term Mobility Programs, and Bilateral Agreements Programs of the National Research Council (various periods, 1997 and 1998).
Dr. Donato Monti also actively collaborated with Prof. Pavel Drasar of the Institute of Chemical Technology of the University of Prague, as part of a NATO bilateral exchange project (ESC (SPS) (2011) 0136 CBP.EAP. CLG.982972), concerning the synthesis and study of porphyrin derivatives functionalized with stereoid and saccharide residues, for the development of new materials.
His research work is documented by more than 90 printed publications in international chemistry journals and series, some of which have been cited in the fundamental text of Inorganic Chemistry F.A. Cotton, G. Wilkinson, C.A. Murrillo, M. Bochmann, Advanced Inorganic Chemistry VI Ed. Chapter 21. Wiley-Interscience Publ., New York, 1999 (Publications: 74-76).
He is also the author or co-author of five chapters in volume. It has an h-index = 28, and more than 2400 citations to date.
He has also participated in numerous national and international chemistry conferences, with oral and poster presentations. He was a member of the organizing committee of the ICPP-4: Fourth International Conference on Porphyrins and Phthalocyanines, Rome, Italy, July 2006. In some of them he also played the role of "Chairman" in some sessions (ICPP-4: Fourth International Conference on Porphyrins and Phthalocyanines, Rome, Italy, July 2006; ICPP-5: Fifth International Conference on Porphyrins and Phthalocyanines, Moscow, CSI, July 2008). He was also "Invited Speaker" at the recent ICPP-10 international conference, Munich, July 2018. A detailed list of participations as shown below.
The undersigned has also carried out and currently carries out a "peer review" service for international specialized chemistry journals, such as: Chemistry A European Journal; Chemistry Asian Journal; European Journal of Organic Chemistry; Journal of the American Chemical Society; Inorganic Chemistry Acta; Journal of Porphyrins and Phthalocyanines; Journal of Photochemistry and Photobiology; SN-Applied Science; MDPI, various journals.

Management and organizational activities for departmental and university activities

Internationalization activities
In the AY 2012-2013 he was Reference Lecturer of the Erasmus student Lenka Cardova (Erasmus Code: PRAHA_01) from the Institute of Chemical Technologies of the University of Prague (Czeck Republic), within the Erasmus Program: Lifelong Learning Program: Training Agreement and Quality Commitment 2012-2013.

2013 - 2020 Member of the Joint Commission of the Bachelor's and Master's Degree Course in Chemistry; University of Rome Tor Vergata.
2020 to date. Member of various commissions on the frame of Terza Missione , University La Sapienza.
2021 to date. Director of Museum of Chemistry Primo Levi of the Dept. of Chemistry, University La Sapienza.

Teaching activities
1. Faculty of Sciences MFN Univ. Tor Vergata (Rome): From AY 2000 to 2020: Professor in Charge of General Chemistry; Inorganic Chemistry; Advanced Inorganic Chemistry for Laurea Courses (BC and MA) in Chemistry, Materials Science, Biology, Faculty of Engineering (University of Roma III); Faculty of Agriculture (University of Teramo)
2. Faculty of Sciences MFN Univ. La Sapienza (Rome): from 2020 to date: Professor of General and Inorganic Chemistry for the Laurea Course (BC) in Chemistry; Professor of Chemistry for the Laurea Course (BC) in Physics.

Funding and participation in national and international projects
V.A Participation as an I-Investigator (participant) in the research

1998-2001: a) MADESS II-CNR Finalized Project; b) "Microelectronics and Bioelectronics" National Research Plan Operating Unit - Theme 6: Chemical-biological sensors for the environment of MURST.

1999-2002) Researcher Training Program under the MURST National Research Plan, Theme 6: Chemical-biological sensors for the environment.

2003-2006) Research Project "Sensors based on luminescent supramolecular aggregates for the detection of pollutants in drinking water" as part of the MIUR-FISR Project "Optical and electronic sensors for industrial and environmental applications.

2003-2007) MIUR-FIRB project Study of multifunctional microsystems for complex chemical and biochemical determinations .

2003-2007) European GoodFood Project (Integrated Project IV Framework Program) at the Rome Section of the Microelectronics and Microsystems Institute of the CNR.

2004-2006) MIUR-PRIN COFIN 2004 Project Optical study of thin layers deposited with the OMBE technique and of self-aggregated nanostructures of organic materials .

2008-2011) Project PRIN 2007 Molecular systems, conjugated polymers and nanoparticles for the development of new chemical sensors with optical transduction of MIUR.

2011-2014) 2015 Industry Project Ministry of Economic Development: GHW - Acuasense.

2014-2015) Encork 2.0 - POR FESR LAZIO 2014-2020.

2019-2022) INITIO H2020-FETOPEN project (828779).

2022 to date) Progetto di Ricerca di Ateneo (Univ. La Sapienza): Macrocicli porfirazinici per applicazioni sensoristiche. Sviluppo di un nuovo mediatore chimico per la rilevazione di melammina e di pesticidi triazinici in matrici reali.

Participation as PI-Principal Investigator (responsible) in funded research
2016-2018) CHIMERA Project (Call - UniToV: Consolidate the Foundations 2015; CUP: E82F1600052005). (Principal Investigator; Head of Operating Unit).

Selected Publications.

1. M. Savioli, M. Stefanelli, G. Magna, F. Zurlo, M.F. Caso, R. Cimino, C. Goletti, M. Venanzi, C. Di Natale, R. Paolesse, D. Monti. Tunable supramolecular chirogenesis in the self-assembling of amphiphilic porphyrin triggered by chiral amines. (2020) Int. J. Mol. Sci., Vol. 21, art. No. 8557. DOI: 10.3390/ijms21228557 (Journal article).
2. M. Stefanelli, F. Mandoj, G. Magna, R. Lettieri, M. Venanzi, R. Paolesse, D. Monti. The self-aggregation of porphyrins with multiple chiral centers in organic/aqueous media: The case of sugar- and steroid-porphyrin comjugates. (2020) Molecules, Vol. 25, art. No. 4544. DOI: 10.3390/molecules25194544 (Journal article).
3. G. Magna, D. Monti, C. Di Natale, R. Paolesse, M. Stefanelli. The assembly of porphyrin systems in well-defined nanostructures: an update. (2019) Molecules, Vol. 24, p. 4307. DOI: 10.3390/molecules24234307 (Journal article).
4. M. Stefanelli, G, Magna, F. Zurlo, F.M. Caso, E. Di Bartolomeo, S. Antonaroli, M. Venanzi, R. Paolesse, C. Di Natale, D. Monti. Chiral selectivity of Prorphyrin-ZnO Nanoparticle Conjugates. (2019) ACS Appl. Mater. Interfaces, Vol. 11, p. 12077-12087. DOI: 10.1021/acsami.8b22749 (Journal article).
5. F. Caroleo, M. Stefanelli, G. Magna, M. Venanzi, R. Paolesse, S. Sennato, M. Carbone, D. Monti. Kinetic and spectroscopic studies on the chiral self-aggregation of amphiphilic zinc and copper (L)-prolinate-tetraarylporphyrin derivatives in different aqueous media. (2019) Org. Biomol. Chem., Vol. 17, p. 1113-1120. Doi: 10.1039/c8ob02689k (Journal article).
6. D. Intrieri, C. Damiano, S. Rizzato, R. Paolesse, M. Venanzi, , D. Monti, M. Savioli, M. Stefanelli, E. Gallo. Sensing of diclofenac by a porphyrin-based artificial receptor. (2018) New J. Chem., Vol. 42, p. 15778-15783. DOI: 10.1039/C8NJ02737D (Journal article).
7. R. Paolesse, S. Nardis, D. Monti, M. Stefanelli, C. Di Natale. Porphyrinoids for Chemical Sensor Applications. (2017) Chem. Rev., Vol. 117, pp. 2517-2583. DOI: 10.1021/acs.chemrev.6b00361 (Journal article).
8. F. Mandoj, A. D Urso, S. Nardis, D. Monti, M. Stefanelli, C.M.A. Gangemi, F.R. Fronczek, K.M. Smith, R. Paolesse. The interaction of a -fused isoindoline-porphyrin conjugate with nucleic acids. (2016) New J. Chem., Vol. 40, p. 5662-4665. Doi: 10.1039/c5nj03201f (Journal article).
9. E. Simoncini, F. Caroleo, F. Ceccacci, G. Mancini, M. Stefanelli, R. Paolesse, R. Lettieri, M. Venanzi, D. Monti. Surfactant-induced chirality on reluctant aggregates of a chiral amphiphilic cationic (l)-proline-Zn(ii)porphyrin conjugate in water. (2014) RSC Advances, Vol. 4, p. 55362-55366. DOI: 10.1039/c4ra05870d (Journal Article).
10. R. Lettieri, D. Monti, K. Zelenka, T. Trnka, P. Drasar, M. Venanzi. Glucosylated steroid-porphyrins as new tools for nanotechnology applications. (2012) New J. Chem., vol. 36, p. 1246-1254, ISSN: 1144-0546, doi: 10.1039/c2nj20982a (Journal article).
11. K. Zelenka, T. Trnka, I. Tislerova, D. Monti, S. Cinti, M.L. Naitana, L. Schiaffino, M. Venanzi, G. Laguzzi, L. Luvidi, G. Mancini, Z. Novakova, O. Simak, Z. Wimmer, P. Drasar. Spectroscopic, Morphological, and Mechanistic Investigation of the Solvent-Promoted Aggregation of Porphyrins Modified in meso-Positions by Glucosylated Steroids. (2011) Chem. Eur. J., Vol. 17, p. 13743-13753. Doi: 10.1002/chem.20110116 (Journal Article).
12. R. Paolesse, D. Monti, F. Dini, C. Di Natale. Fluorescence Based Sensor Arrays. (2011) Top. Curr. Chem., Vol. 300, p. 139-147. DOI:10.1007/128_2010_97 (Journal article).
13. C. Di Natale, D. Monti, R. Paolesse. Chemical sensitivity of porphyrin assemblies. (2010) Materials Today, Vol. 13, p. 37-43. ISSN: 1369-7021 (Journal article).
14. D. Monti, M. De Rossi, A. Sorrenti, G. Laguzzi, E. Gatto, M. Stefanelli, M. Venanzi, L. Luvidi, G. Mancini, R. Paolesse. Supramolecular chirality in solvent-promoted aggregation of amphiphilic porphyrin derivatives: Kinetic studies and comparison between solution behavior and solid-state morphology by AFM topography. (2010) Chem. Eur. J., Vol. 16, p. 860-870. Doi: 10.1002/chem.200901964 (Journal article).
15. D. Monti, M. Venanzi, M. Stefanelli, A. Sorrenti, G. Mancini, C. Di Natale, R. Paolesse. Chiral amplification of chiral porphyrin derivatives by templated heteroaggregation. (2007) J. Am. Chem. Soc., Vol. 129, p. 6688-6689. DOI: 10.1021/ja071249k (Journal article).
16. D. Monti, M. Venanzi, G. Mancini, C. Di Natale, R. Paolesse. Supramolecular chirality control by solvent changes. Solvodichroic effect on chiral porphyrin aggregation. (2005) Chem. Commun., p. 2471-2473. DOI: 10.1039/b419275c (Journal article).
17. D. Monti, V. Cantonetti, M. Venanzi, F. Ceccacci, C. Bombelli, G. Mancini. Interaction of a chirally functionalised porphyrin derivative with chiral micellar aggregates. (2004) Chem. Commun., p. 972-973, ISSN: 1359-7345 (Journal article).
18. M. Mascini, A. Macagnano, D. Monti, M. Del Carlo, R. Paolesse, B. Chen, P. Werner, A. D Amico, C. Di Natale, D. Compagnone. Piezoelectric sensors for dioxins: a biomimetic approach. (2004) Biosens. Bioelectron., Vol. 20, p. 1203-1208, ISSN: 0956-5663 (Journal article).
19. D. Monti. Recent advancements in chiral porphyrin chemistry. (2014) Top. Heterocycl. Chem., Vol. 33, pp. 231-292. DOI: 10.10007/7081_2013_110 (Book chapter).
20. R. Paolesse, D. Monti, F. Dini, C. Di Natale. Fluorescence Based Sensor Arrays. (2011) Top. Curr. Chem., Vol. 300, p. 139-147. Berlin Heidelberg: Springer-Verlag, ISBN: 978-3-642-19419-1, doi: 10.1007/128_2010_97 (Book chapter).