DIPARTIMENTO DI CHIMICA, MATERIALI E INGEGNERIA CHIMICA "GIULIO NATTA"

Person details


person FILIPPO ROSSI
label ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR
share SECTION BIOLOGICAL ENGINEERING
share SECTION CHEMICAL ENGINEERING
CONTACTS
phone +39 02 2399 3145
email filippo.rossi@polimi.it
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TEACHING
web Polimi Personal Page
PUBLICATIONS
        
RESEARCH
group CFALab
PROFILE

Education, Career, & Awards

2015 - Assistant Professor in Applied Physical Chemistry, Politecnico di Milano
2014 – Visiting Researcher, IRF Mario Negri, Milan
2012 – Post Doc Researcher, Uppsala University
2012 - T.E. Young Investigator Council Award
2012 - Young Scientist Award, WBCs
2011 - PhD in Chemical Engineering, Politecnico di Milano
2009 - Visiting Scholar at Imperial College London
2007 - MSc in Chemical Engineering, Politecnico di Milano

Current Research Interests

Filippo Rossi research activity is focused on soft materials both on macroscopic and nanoscale, their physico-chemical characterization and study of their biological compatibility in vitro and in vivo together with their ability to control the release of drugs.

In particular his activity is focused on hydrogels, which can be formed at the site of application from soluble or dispersed precursors through an in situ gelation process, based on a 2-stage first physical (aggregation) and then chemical (covalent bond formation) cross-linking.

Moreover, his interests involve also colloidal particles: objects characterized by a sub-micron size and by a kinetic stability towards aggregation provided by an appropriate composition of their surface.

In parallel with the experimental activity Dr. Filippo Rossi is also involved in two types of model-based studies:

  • modeling, using population balances, of degradation and release rates applied to different biodegradable polymeric medical devices (suture threads, drug eluting stents, micro and nanoparticles)
  • modeling drug transport through hydrogels in diffusion or superdiffusion regime

 

Website of the research group: www.chem.polimi.it/cfalab/