His primary scientific interests are in Biodegradation, Polymer chemistry, Vinyl alcohol, Polymer and Chemical engineering. His research on Biodegradation concerns the broader Organic chemistry. His Organic chemistry study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Sludge and Chromatography.
The concepts of his Polymer chemistry study are interwoven with issues in Copolymer, Styrene and Side chain. His Vinyl alcohol research includes elements of Composite number, Hydrolysis and Polymer blend. His study on Polystyrene is often connected to Absorption as part of broader study in Polymer.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Polymer chemistry, Polymer, Organic chemistry, Copolymer and Chemical engineering. His study in Polymer chemistry is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Monomer, Polymerization, Vinyl polymer, Thermotropic crystal and Styrene. His research on Polymer frequently connects to adjacent areas such as Polyester.
Many of his research projects under Organic chemistry are closely connected to Enantiomeric excess with Enantiomeric excess, tying the diverse disciplines of science together. His studies deal with areas such as Hydrolysis, Composite material, Vinyl alcohol and Mineralization as well as Biodegradation. His Chemical engineering study focuses on Nanocomposite in particular.
Emo Chiellini mostly deals with Polymer chemistry, Chemical engineering, Polymer, Nanotechnology and Organic chemistry. His Polymer chemistry research incorporates elements of Copolymer, Vinyl acetate, Glass transition, Fibroin and Hydrolysis. His research in Chemical engineering intersects with topics in Polyester, Biodegradation and Scaffold.
His study explores the link between Polymer and topics such as Ultimate tensile strength that cross with problems in Fiber. His work carried out in the field of Nanotechnology brings together such families of science as Tissue engineering and Cationic polymerization. He has researched Organic chemistry in several fields, including Crystallinity and Polyhydroxyalkanoates.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Tissue engineering, Electrospinning, Chemical engineering, Composite material and Polymer chemistry. The various areas that Emo Chiellini examines in his Tissue engineering study include Stereolithography, Nanotechnology and Scaffold. Electrospinning is a subfield of Polymer that Emo Chiellini explores.
His Polymer course of study focuses on Biomaterial and Regeneration, Biodegradable polymer and Vinyl acetate. His work deals with themes such as Differential scanning calorimetry, Thermal stability, Lignin and Hybrid material, which intersect with Composite material. He performs multidisciplinary studies into Polymer chemistry and X-ray in his work.
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Polymeric Materials for Bone and Cartilage Repair
Dario Puppi;Federica Chiellini;Anna Maria Piras;Emo Chiellini.
Progress in Polymer Science (2010)
Biodegradation of poly(vinyl alcohol) based materials
Emo Chiellini;Andrea Corti;Salvatore D'Antone;Roberto Solaro.
Progress in Polymer Science (2003)
Cationic polymers and their therapeutic potential
Sangram Keshari Samal;Mamoni Dash;Sandra Van Vlierberghe;David L. Kaplan.
Chemical Society Reviews (2012)
Thermal, mechanical and morphological characterization of plasticized PLA–PHB blends
Mohamed A. Abdelwahab;Allison Flynn;Bor-Sen Chiou;Syed Imam.
Polymer Degradation and Stability (2012)
Biodegradation of thermally-oxidized, fragmented low-density polyethylenes
Emo Chiellini;Andrea Corti;Graham Swift.
Polymer Degradation and Stability (2003)
Additive manufacturing techniques for the production of tissue engineering constructs
Carlos Mota;Dario Puppi;Federica Chiellini;Emo Chiellini.
Journal of Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine (2015)
Structural characterization and transport properties of organically modified montmorillonite/polyurethane nanocomposites
Mariarosaria Tortora;Giuliana Gorrasi;Vittoria Vittoria;Giancarlo Galli.
Oxo-biodegradable carbon backbone polymers – Oxidative degradation of polyethylene under accelerated test conditions
E. Chiellini;A. Corti;S. D'Antone;R. Baciu.
Polymer Degradation and Stability (2006)
Polyhydroxyalkanoate production from whey by Pseudomonas hydrogenovora.
Martin Koller;Rodolfo Bona;Emo Chiellini;Elizabeth Grillo Fernandes.
Bioresource Technology (2008)
Extruded Cornstarch-Glycerol-Polyvinyl Alcohol Blends: Mechanical Properties, Morphology, and Biodegradability
Lijun Mao;Syed Imam;Sherald Gordon;Patrizia Cinelli.
Journal of Polymers and The Environment (2000)
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