Gruppo di Lavoro per lo Sviluppo della Progettualità Dipartimentale

Gruppo di lavoro per lo sviluppo della progettualità dipartimentale

Il gruppo di lavoro, costituito come di seguito indicato, ha come proprio compito quello di coadiuvare la Direzione per il raggiungimento dei seguenti obiettivi:

- valorizzazione dell’attività scientifica e progettuale del Dipartimento;

- ottimizzazione delle azioni di raccordo con la rete scientifica del Dipartimento al fine di agevolare la partecipazione del DSCTM a progetti di ricerca su bandi competitivi regionali, nazionali ed internazionali;

- agevolazione dei rapporti con le imprese e le organizzazioni di categoria che operano nei settori industriali di interesse del Dipartimento in relazione alla partecipazione a progetti di ricerca industriale ed alla valorizzazione del trovato in chiave di sfruttamento industriale;

- preparazione della conferenza di Dipartimento e di ogni altro evento scientifico che coinvolga il Dipartimento;

- preparazione e gestione dei bandi di concorso per i premi dipartimentali;

- preparazione del piano di attività triennale dell’Ente;

- preparazione ed aggiornamento della pagina web dipartimentale relativa alle aree strategiche dipartimentali.

Dr.ssa Maria Lucia Curri (Chimica e tecnologia dei materiali)

Senior scientist IPCF CNR, Bari
PhD in Chemistry 1997 at University of Bari (Italy),
Currently responsible at CNR IPCF Bari Division for the material chemistry activities aiming to design, fabricate and process inorganic solids at the nanoscale for obtaining nanostructured and multifunctional materials both for fundamental and application studies. She is involved in development of synthetic strategies for preparation of colloidal nanocrystal based inorganic materials for photocatalytic, optoelectronic, (bio)sensing and biomedical applications.
She has been and is PI for CNR IPCF Bari in several European and National research projects, coordinating the European Project 7th FP LIMPID "Nanocomposite Materials for Photocatalytic Degradation of Pollutants".
M. Lucia Curri has been reviewer for many high impact journals, evaluator of international project proposals and member of conference committees and scientific panels. She is also active in teaching and tutorial activities.

Dr. Filippo De Angelis (Modelling computazionale)

He is the founder and leader of the Computational Laboratory for Hybrid/Organic Photovoltaics, www.clhyo.org. Deputy Director of CNR-ISTM. Main tasks: research, project management and administration.

He is an expert in the development and application of first principles computational methods to the simulation of the structural, electronic and optical properties of metallorganic, inorganic and hybrid materials and molecules and of the related interfaces.

His research interests are quite broad, spanning from the simulation of chemical reactivity in catalysis and biological systems, to the study of excited states in semiconductor nanostructures and optoelectronic devices.

Most recent research is in the field of solar energy materials, with emphasis on water splitting, photocatalysis, dye-sensitized and perovskite solar cells.

He has a strong expertise in the coordination and management of research projects, both at the National or European level.

Dr. Doriano Lamba (Chimica e materiali per la salute e le scienze della vita)

Born in Caracas (Venezuela) on January 10th 1955; Nationality: Italian
Senior Research Scientist (Primo Ricercatore) at CNR Istituto di Cristallografia, Trieste Outstation
WORK EXPERIENCE
2010 – Present: Deputy Head of the CNR-IC Outstation, Trieste, Italy
2010 – Present: Adjunct Professor at Scuola Normale Superiore, Pisa, Italy
December 2005 – Present: Senior Research Scientist ("Primo Ricercatore") at CNR-IC, Trieste, Italy
August 1997 – Present: Beamline Scientist at XRD-1 , Elettra – Sincrotrone Trieste, Italy
2000 – 2001: Scientific Consultant at the Abdus Salam International Centre for Theoretical Physics, Trieste, Italy
August 1997 – November 2005: Staff Research Scientist at CNR-IC, Trieste, Italy
August 1997 – August 2005: Scientific Assistant to the Director General of the International Centre for Genetic
Engineering and Biotechnology, Trieste, Italy, for the Structural Biology Programme.
April 1983 – July 1997: Staff Research Scientist at CNR-ISC, Monterotondo Scalo (Roma), Italy
September 1980 – March 1983: Fellowships at CNR-ISC, Monterotondo Scalo (Roma), Italy
EDUCATION AND TRAINING
1974 – 1980: Degree in Chemistry with full marks (110/110 cum Laude) University “La Sapienza” of Roma (Italy)
1985 – 1986: Postdoctoral Research Associate in Carbohydrate Research, funded by the Science and Engineering
Research Council, in the group of Dr. William Mackie, University of Leeds, Leeds, Great Britain.
1988: Research Officer in Carbohydrate Research, funded by the C.N.R and the British Council in the group of
Dr. William Mackie, University of Leeds, Leeds, Great Britain.
1993 – 1995: Postdoctoral Research Associate in Protein Crystallography funded by N.A.T.O - C.N.R., “Structural
Studies of Thrombin Complexes Formed with Natural and/or Synthetic Inhibitors” and EEC program
“Human Capital Mobility”, Network “Innovative Analysis and Engineering of Proteolytic Enzymes and
Their Inhibitors“, in the groups of Prof. R. Huber (Nobel Laureate in Chemistry, 1988) and Prof. W. Bode at the Max Planck Institut für Biochemie, München, Germany.

Dr. Mauro Marchetti (Chimica verde)

Born August 18th, 1953, in Livorno (ITALY).
1972/1977-Chemie Laborant at the Eidgenossischen Technischen Hochschule (ETH) in Zuerich.
1977/1980-Fellow of a scholarship granted by the Società Italiana Resine (SIR), at the Institute of Applied Chemistry, University of Sassari.
1980/1982-Fellow of a scholarship granted by Laviosa Chemical Industry, at the Institute of Applied Chemistry, University of Sassari.
1983/1984-Head of the Municipal Water Quality Control Laboratory of the city of Sassari.
1985/1996-Research Associate at the Institute for the Application of Advanced Chemical Techniques to Agro-Biological Problems of C.N.R. (Italian National Research Council).
1987/1988-Visiting Scientist at the Department of Chemistry, Baker Laboratories, Cornell University (Ithaca, N.Y., USA) in the research group of Prof. Fred Mc Lafferty.
1989-1995-2003-2010-Visiting Professor at the Faculdade de Ciencias Farmaceuticas at the Universidade de Sao Paulo at Ribeirao Preto
1996/2002-Director of Institute for the Application of Advanced Chemical Techniques to Agro-Biological Problems of C.N.R. (Italian National Research Council).
2002-Today- Director Delegate Manager of the Sassari's branch of the Institute of Biomolecular Chemistry of C.N.R. (Italian National Research Council).
2007-Today-Responsible of Research Area of C.N.R. in Sassari
Present position in the C.N.R.: Research Executive
Scientific topics of particular interest. 1) Green Chemistry; 2) Homogeneous catalysis and biocatalysis 3) Biologically active molecules.
Scientific production: 120 papers on peer review journals, 4 patents, 170 scientific communications.

Dr.ssa Costanza Miliani (Chimica e materiali per i beni culturali)

Costanza Miliani is senior researcher at CNR‐ISTM, Perugia, Italy. She received her MSc (1995) and PhD (1999) in Chemical Sciences at the Università Degli Studi di Perugia. She is the author of over 120 articles concerning the structural, electronic and vibrational properties of materials of relevance to heritage science (H‐index=31 WoS). Costanza Miliani is currently the coordinator of the mobile platform MOLAB operating in Europe under the IPERIONCH project and the responsible for the access activity of the ERIHS.it Italian hub. She is a member of board of the Center SMAArt (Scientific Methodologies applied to Archaeology and Art, Perugia) and the scientific board of NUACCESS of Art Institute and Northwestern University of Chicago.
CNR Researcher ID: 8853

Dr. Alessandro Mordini (Energie rinnovabili)

Dr. Alessandro Mordini: MS degree in Chemistry from Univ. Florence (1983). PhD degree in Chemical Sciences from Univ. Florence (1987), post-doctoral fellow at Lausanne (1984-85; 1988-89; 1992), Researcher at CNR – Firenze (1987-1991), Senior Researcher at CNR – Firenze (1991-2010), Research Director (from 2010). Visiting Professor at Kyoto University (2001). Co-author of about 100 articles in peer- and editor-reviewed international scientific journals, 13 book chapters and review articles, 1 patent. Invited lecturer at more than 25 international conference and Universities. Referee for many international scientific journals (ACS, Wiley, Elsevier, Springer). Scientific Responsible of several national and international research programs. Chairman of several scientific congresses and schools. Member of the executive board of the Organic Chemistry Division and of the Interdivisional Group of the Chemistry of Renewable Energies of the Italian Chemical Society. Member of the Technical and Scientific Board of the “Distretto Tecnologico Nuovi Materiali” della Regione Toscana. Main current scientific interests include: development of innovative methodologies and low environmental impact processes. New dyes for dye sensitized solar cells.

Dr. Giuseppe Palmieri (Chimica e materiali per la salute e le scienze della vita)

Dr. Giuseppe Palmieri si è laureato in Medicina e Chirurgia nel 1988 e specializzato in Oncologia nel 1991. E’ stato Postdoctoral Fellow presso: a) Washington University School of Medicine, St. Louis, USA [1988-1989]; b) Istituto Internazionale di Genetica e Biofisica, CNR, Napoli [1989-1992]; c) NCI-Frederick Cancer Research e Development Center, Frederick, USA [1995-1996]; d) Istituto Nazionale Tumori, Napoli [1992-1995 e 1996-1998]. E’ attualmente Dirigente di  Ricerca CNR e Responsabile dell'Unità di Genetica dei Tumori presso l'Istituto di Chimica Biomolecolare del CNR di Sassari. Dr. Palmieri ha ottenuto dal MIUR (DD 222/2012) l’Abilitazione Scientifica Nazionale a: a) Professore di Prima Fascia in Genetica Medica (MED 06/A1) e Biologia Applicata (BIO 05/F1); b) Professore di Seconda Fascia in Oncologia Medica (MED 06/D3).
Dr. Palmieri è Presidente 2017-2019 dell’Intergruppo Melanoma Italiano (IMI). E’ autore di articoli scientifici - 188 pubblicazioni su riviste indicizzate (IF totale: 887,25; Citazioni Scopus totali: 9.152, H-index: 33; Citazioni Google Scholar: 11.925; H-index: 36) - e di diversi capitoli di libri e monografie; è stato invitato come Speaker/Chairman in più di 100 congressi negli ultimi 10 anni.
Dr. Palmieri ha focalizzato la sua attività di ricerca su diagnosi e ricerca genetico-molecolare in oncologia (particolarmente: melanoma maligno, carcinoma mammario, polmonare e colorettale).

Dr.ssa Maria Luisa Pompili (Relazioni con le imprese)

Primo Tecnologo. Laurea in Farmacia - Università degli Studi di Roma “La Sapienza”; master in Innovation and Knowledge Transfer – Politecnico di Milano.
Vincitore del Premio per l’Innovazione CNR 2013 con il progetto “CNR Innovation Mall”, piattaforma open innovation del CNR che favorisce l’espressione dei bisogni tecnologici dei suoi stakeholder – imprese, associazioni ed enti, nazionali e locali.
Dal 2014 è Responsabile dell’Unità di Valorizzazione e Disseminazione della Ricerca del Dipartimento Scienze Chimiche e Tecnologie dei Materiali CNR. 
Dal 2007 al 2013 è stata Responsabile dell’Unità di Promozione dei Rapporti con il Sistema Pubblico e Privato della Ricerca del Dipartimento Progettazione Molecolare CNR.
Dal 2006 al 2007 è stata Referente per le Relazioni Esterne del Dipartimento Progettazione Molecolare CNR.
Dal 2003 al 2006 è stata Componente Struttura Tecnica “Trasferimento Tecnologico” presso l’Istituto per lo Studio dei Materiali Nanostrutturati - ISMN CNR.
Dal 2003 al 2006 è stata Responsabile Ufficio per le Attività di Formazione Area della Ricerca CNR Roma1. 
Dal 2004 al 2006 è stata Responsabile per la Qualità e Ricerca della sede accreditata Area della Ricerca CNR Roma1.
Dal 1984 al 2002 ha svolto attività di ricerca nel campo della chimica delle radiazioni e  radiofarmaci presso l’Istituto di Chimica Nucleare CNR. 

Dr.ssa Alessandra Sanson (Energie rinnovabili; chimica e tecnologia dei materiali)

Alessandra Sanson gained her master degree in Industrial Chemistry at the University of Padua  and her PhD at Cranfield University (UK) in 2003. From 2008 she is leader of the Materials and Processing for Energetics group of ISTEC where she coordinates the Institute activities in several Italian, European and regional projects. Her main activities concern the synthesis and characterization of advanced ceramics powders and their shaping processes: the most common used for bulk materials (pressing, slip-casting and extrusion) and thick and thin film deposition and additive manufacturing techniques. She is supervisor of MSc as well as PhD students of Padua and Bologna University and lecturer of “Advanced Ceramics Processing Techniques” and “Ceramics for Energy Applications” of the Chemistry Doctoral School of Bologna University. From October 2008 she is lecturer of “Industrial Processing for Ceramics” at Istituto Superiore per le Industrie Artistiche (ISIA) of Faenza and member of the managing director board. She is co-author of more than 60 peer-reviewed papers and referee for several journals and funding agencies.

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