Dr Giulia Tarantino is an Associate Researcher at the Department of Chemical Engineering (South Kensington Campus) in the Hammond Lab.
Her current research interests lie at the interface between catalysis, spectroscopy and material synthesis. Specifically, her research focuses on selective alkane functionalization and investigating various reaction mechanisms with in situ and ex situ spectroscopic techniques.
Giulia was awarded a PhD from the Cardiff Catalysis Institute (UK), where she worked under the supervision of Dr Ceri Hammond. Her PhD was focused on the development of catalytic and photocatalytic methodologies for C(sp3)–F bond formation with heterogeneous catalysts.
Caiti M, Tarantino G, Hammond C, 2020, Developing a Continuous Process for Isosorbide Production from Renewable Sources, Chemcatchem, Vol:12, ISSN:1867-3880, Pages:6393-6400
Tarantino G, Hammond C, 2020, Catalytic C(sp(3))-F bond formation: recent achievements and pertaining challenges, Green Chemistry, Vol:22, ISSN:1463-9262, Pages:5195-5209
Nicolau G, Tarantino G, Hammond C, 2019, Acceptorless Alcohol Dehydrogenation Catalysed by Pd/C, Chemsuschem, Vol:12, ISSN:1864-5631, Pages:4953-4961
Tarantino G, Hammond C, 2018, Catalytic formation of C(sp(3))-F bonds via heterogeneous photocatalysis, Acs Catalysis, Vol:8, ISSN:2155-5435, Pages:10321-10330
Hammond C, Padovan D, Tarantino G, 2018, Porous metallosilicates for heterogeneous, liquid-phase catalysis: perspectives and pertaining challenges, Royal Society Open Science, Vol:5, ISSN:2054-5703