Davide Bonifazi


Davide BonifaziNanotechnology
Former NARC fellow | October 2011 -October 2016

Department of Chemistry

University of Namur

Now: Cardiff University, UK


Bonifazi’s group research focuses on the demonstration of key functions through the development of novel organic supramolecular architectures, aiming at the achievement of interdisciplinary solutions to current scientific challenges.

Specifically, exploiting the newest organic synthesis and carbon-based nanostructure chemistry, we design and prepare hierarchized nano-structured organic architectures of interest in materials science, carbon-based nano-medicine, self-assembly of hybrid architectures at interfaces, and physical-organic studies.

Current developed topics include:

  • Supramolecular Organic Nanochemistry
  • Biomimetic nanostructured surfaces
  • New emissive heteroatom-doped p-conjugated scaffoldings
  • Advanced materials based on carbon nanostructures


Filling Carbon Nanotubes for Nanobiotechnological Applications

Marega, R. & Bonifazi, D. 1 Jan 2014 In : New. J. Chem. 38 , 1 , p. 22-27 6 p.
Research output : Contribution to journal › Scientific review

Supramolecular Chemistry of Carbon Nanotubes at Interfaces: Toward Applications

Marega, R. , Giust, D. & Bonifazi, D. 2014 Fullerenes and other carbon-rich nanostructures. Nierengarten, J. F. (ed.). Springer-Verlag
Research output : Chapter in Book/Catalog/Report/Conference proceeding › Chapter

Antibody-functionalized nanoparticles for imaging cancer influence of conjugation to gold nanoparticles on the biodistribution of (89) Zr-labeled cetuximab in mice

Karmani, L., Labar, D., Valembois, V. , Bouchat, V. , Nagaswaran, P. G., Bol, A., Gillart, J., Levêque, P., Bouzin, C., Bonifazi, D. , Michiels, C. , Feron, O., Grégoire, V., Lucas, S. , Borght, T. V. & Gallez, B. 2013 In : Contrast Media and Molecular Imaging . 8 , 5 , p. 402-8 7 p.
Research output : Contribution to journal › Article

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