Massimiliano Mauri

Gästforskare at Chalmers, Chemistry and Chemical Engineering, Applied Chemistry, Christian Müller Group

Massimiliano obtained his B.Sc. in Industrial Chemistry in 2010 and his M.Sc. in Chemistry in 2012, both at Università degli Studi dell’Insubria (Como, Italy) with full marks and honors. He has considerable experience in Polymer Chemistry and Ziegler-Natta Catalysis, in particular in the design and synthesis of new polymers of industrial interest and polymerization catalysts. From Jan-2013 to Dec-2014 he worked at CNR-ISMac (Milan, Italy) in collaboration with a company as prestigious as Eni-Versalis (San Donato, Italy) at the development of new catalysts for the synthesis of highly stereoregular polydienes and α-olefins copolymers. Since Jan-2015 he is a PhD student at Chalmers (Department of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering), working on Polyethylene cross-linking. The project is carried out in close collaboration with Borealis AB (Stenungsund, Sweden), world leading company concerning insulation and semiconducting materials for extra high-voltage electrical cables.

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Showing 6 publications

2018

Byproduct-free curing of a highly insulating polyethylene copolymer blend: An alternative to peroxide crosslinking

Massimiliano Mauri, Anna Peterson, Ayca Senol et al
Journal of Materials Chemistry C. Vol. 6 (42), p. 11292-11302
Journal article
2018

Orange is the new white: Rapid curing of an ethylene-glycidyl methacrylate copolymer with a Ti-bisphenolate type catalyst

Massimiliano Mauri, Leo Svenningsson, Thomas Hjertberg et al
Polymer Chemistry. Vol. 9 (13), p. 1710-1718
Journal article
2017

Crosslinking of an ethylene-glycidyl methacrylate copolymer with amine click chemistry

Massimiliano Mauri, Nina Tran, Oscar Prieto et al
Polymer. Vol. 111, p. 27-35
Journal article
2016

Polyolefin thermoplastic elastomers from 1-octene chain-walking polymerization

G. Leone, Massimiliano Mauri, I. Pierro et al
Polymer. Vol. 100, p. 37-44
Journal article

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