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Holds a BA in Physics, with emphasis on a proper of theoretical / experimental by the Institute of Physics of São Carlos of University of São Paulo (2006). He earned his master's degree in Applied Physics also by the Institute of Physics of São Carlos of São Carlos of University of São Paulo (2008). He got his doctorate in 2011 under a dual-degree program between the University of São Paulo and Technischen Universität Darmstadt, Germany. On the German side Gregório is Doctor "Summa cum Laude", the highest distinction awarded by the Germanic model. Currently in a post-doctoral Technischen Universität Darmstadt, working on the understanding of transport processes, influenced by different morphologies in polymer systems. Has experience in polymers, with emphasis in light-emitting devices, mainly in the following topics: PLED, molecular dynamics, electrical characterization, conformation and morphology, optical and electrical properties on disordered systems. (Source: Lattes Curriculum)
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The main goal of this project is to promote the development of the interface between organic electronics and biology, through the understanding of physics, science and engineering of materials and the development of devices for specific applications. The field known as Organic Bioelectronics has gained attention, mainly due to its promising application in devices connected to the sensin...
This project intends to foster progress in the interface of organic electronics and biology through development of material science and engineering of new devices. The field known as bioelectronics has gain traction mainly due to its promising application in healthcare-sensing devices, in neuronal stimulation/detection and tissue engineering intended for implantation. However, several i...
The research proposal entitled "Structural and Morphological characterization of Conjugated Polymer Films for Application on High Performance Photo-voltaic Devices" has two main branches, which focus on the comprehension of correlated phenomena. The first branch is closely related to the investigation and understanding of the morphology, structural conformation and molecular dynamics of...
The discovery of novel antibiotic drugs has slowed severely in the past decades and the development of novel strategies for the search of new antimicrobials is urged. Bacterial membranes are a neglected but obvious target, due to substantial differences from mammalian membranes. Identifying compounds which disrupt bacterial membranes is very challenging due to the unavailability of a sc...
The main goal of the project, entitled "Organic Bioelectronics: From materials characterization to devices development", is to foster progress in the interface area of organic electronics and biology through development of material science. The field known as bioelectronics has gained traction mainly due to its promising application in healthcare-sensing devices and tissue engineering i...
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FARIA, Gregório Couto. Estudo da estrutura e dinâmica molecular em filmes de polifluorenos e correlações com a fotoluminescência. 2008. Dissertação (Mestrado) - Instituto de Física de São Carlos. Universidade de São Paulo (USP). São Carlos. (06/53977-8)
FARIA, Gregório Couto. Structure and dynamics of poly(9,9-dioctylfluoren-2,7-co-benzothiadiazole) (F8BT) and correlations with its electrical properties. 2011. Tese (Doutorado) – Instituto de Física de São Carlos. Universidade de São Paulo (USP). São Carlos. (08/01935-5)