Gabriele D'Avino

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The increasing use of wireless sensor networks (WSNs) calls for solutions for mastering the complexity due to WSN heterogeneity and differentiated user needs. This paper presents an architecture, named iCAAS, designed to collect, to store, to manage and to make available to users data received from heterogeneous WSNs. The aim of the architecture is to(More)
The rise of 2D materials made it possible to form heterostructures held together by weak interplanar van der Waals interactions. Within such van der Waals heterostructures, the occurrence of 2D periodic potentials significantly modifies the electronic structure of single sheets within the stack, therefore modulating the material properties. However, these(More)
Static dielectric tensors and charge carrier polarization energies of a wide set of organic molecules of interest for organic electronics application are calculated with two different approaches: intramolecular charge redistribution and induced dipoles (microlectrostatics). Our results show that, while charge redistribution is better suited for calculating(More)
Current research in organic electronics is clearly evidencing that the strive to produce efficient organic electronic devices requires high performance materials that can only be realized through a rational design [Special11]. Although polymer-based systems are at the moment the most appealing for market applications, mainly because of their solution(More)
Essential state models are presented to discuss absorption spectra of two related donor-acceptor (DA) chromophores that show two solvatochromic bands in the near-infrared spectral region. The two-state model only accounts for the lowest energy band and results in a very small value of mu(0), the dipole moment associated with the D(+)A(-) state. The model is(More)
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