Guido ORI

Guido ORI

Researcher, Inorganic Materials Chemistry (DCMI)
Phone: +33(0)3 88 10 71 43Office: 2004

Research background

Guido Ori (GO) became CNRS researcher on a permanent position at IPCMS in December 2014. He holds a a Ph.D. in experimental and computational approaches for the study of functionalized glasses and hybrid materials from the Univ. of Modena and Reggio Emilia (2010). He deepened his expertise on multifunctional glass-ceramics at the Imperial College of London in the framework of the EU funded network of excellence-knowledge based multifunctional materials and on hybrid materials at the MACS lab. at the Univ. of Montpellier and at the international UMI CNRS-MIT joint laboratory “MultiScale Materials Science for Energy and Environment” at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (Cambridge, 2012-2014).

Academic background

– 2014.12-present CNRS Researcher (CNCR), IPCMS UMR7504, Strasbourg

– 2012.09-2014.11 Visiting Postdoctoral Researcher at MSE2 UMI CNRS-MIT, Cambridge (USA)

– 2012.04-2013.08 Postdoctoral Researcher, MACS-ICG Laboratory, Montpellier (FRA)

– 2011.05-2011.12 Postdoctoral Researcher (CDD), IPCMS, Strasbourg (FRA)

– 2010.01-2011.04 Postdoctoral Researcher, University of Modena and Reggio Emilia (ITA)

– 2008.04-2008.07 Ph.D. research collaboration, Imperial College of London EU-NoE-KMM- (UK)

– 2007.01-2010.03 Ph.D. in Multiscale Modelling, Depart. of Materials and Envir. Eng., Univ. of Modena and RE (ITA)

– 2004.10-2006.09 M.S. in Prod., Mater. and Proc. for the Industrial Chemistry, Univ. of Bologna (ITA)

– 2001.09-2004.09 B.S. in Industrial Chemistry, Faculty of Industrial Chemistry at the Univ. of Bologna (ITA)

Current researches

GO research is primarily focused on the application of advanced atomic-scale modelling techniques aiming to a true (quantitative) predictive power of structure, chemical bonding, dynamical and electronic properties for a wide range of materials (glasses, porous and hybrid materials) towards fundamental understanding and technological applications.


Thermal conductivity of amorphous SiO2 by first-principles molecular dynamics E Martin, G Ori, TQ Duong, M Boero, C Massobrio J. Non-Cryst. Solids 581, 121434 (2022)

Structural, dynamical, and electronic properties of the ionic liquid 1-Ethyl-3-methylimidazolium bis (trifluoromethylsulfonyl) imide K Ishisone, G Ori, M Boero Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys. 24, 9597-9607 (2022)

Quantitative assessment of the structure of GTI chalcohalide glass by FPMD. Bouzid et al. Phys. Rev. B. 103, 094204 (2021). 10.1103/PhysRevB.103.094204

First-principles thermal transport in amorphous Ge2Sb2Te5 at the nanoscale. Duong et al. RSC Advances 11, 10747 (2021). 10.1039/D0RA10408F

Chalcogenide glasses as a playground for the application of first-principles molecular dynamics to disordered materials. Ori et al. Solid State Sci. 95, 105925 (2019)

The structure and dipolar properties of CO2 adsorbed in a porous glassy chalcogel: Insights from FPMD. Chaker,.. Ori et al., J. Non-Cryst. Solids 498, 288 (2018)