Photochemistry: Volume 50
Stefano Crespi received his PhD in 2017 from the University of Pavia (IT) and won a two-year postdoc fellowship there. He then joined the group of Prof. Burkhard König at the University of Regensburg (DE). In 2019, he joined the Feringa group in Groningen (NL) as a Marie Skłodowska-Curie fellow. He is currently a PI financed by the Swedish Vetenskapsrådet at the Ångstöm Laboratory in Uppsala (SE). His research interests include the combination of reaction design in organic (photo) chemistry with computational models.
Stefano Protti completed his PhD in Pavia (2007) focusing on photochemical arylations via phenyl cations. Later he moved to LASIR Laboratory (Lille, France), where he investigated the photoreactivity and the photophysics of flavonoids. He came back to Pavia and started working in the field of (photo) green synthetic chemistry. After a postdoctoral stay at the iBitTec-S laboratory (CEA Saclay, France) carrying out studies on photocatalyzed oxidation reactions for energy storage, he moved again to Pavia. Since 2018 is Associate Professor at the University of Pavia, Italy. He is currently editor of the Specialist Periodical Reports in Photochemistry of the Royal Society of Chemistry, member of the Early Career Board of the ACS Sustainable Chemistry and Engineering and of the International Advisory Board of the European Journal of Organic Chemistry. Stefano Protti is co-author of about 140 research articles and reviews (H-index 34, 4372 citations, Scopus), besides 18 contributed chapters in multi-authored books and the book ‘Paradigms in Green Chemistry and Technology’, Springer UK.