Marco Giorgetti

University of BolognaItaly

Marco Giorgetti was born on December, 1968 in Ancona, Italy. Graduated in Chemistry on 1993, he first served the Italian Navy as an officier, teaching Chemistry at the Scuole sottufficiali MM in Taranto, Italy (1994). He got his Ph.D. on Chemical Sciences in 1998 where he was involved in a joint collaboration between the University of Camerino, Italy and the Université de Paris-Sud, France (1995-1998) working on spectroelectrochemical X-Ray Absorption Spectroscopy (XAS) studies. During the Ph.D. thesis, he worked at LURE, Université de Paris-Sud (Orsay, France) for 18 months for several stages. In 1998 he joined the group of Prof. Smyrl of the University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, USA for a two-years post-doc position, working on the synthesis, electrochemical and structural characterization of materials for secondary lithium batteries. In 2000 he draw up a research fellowship with the University of Camerino, Italy, working on the development of an in-situ electrochemical cell for XRD measurements on battery materials. From October 2000 he was appointed Assistant Professor at the University of Bologna at the Department of Inorganic and Physical Chemistry and from November 2014 he is Associate Professor at the department of Industrial Chemistry (University of Bologna). He is teaching in the field of Analytical Chemistry and Instrumental Techniques since 2001, and from 2009 to the Doctorate school. He\'s member of the Faculty Teaching Committee (Faculty of Industrial Chemistry) since 2005 and local coordinator of the Analytical Chemistry Teaching staff since 2007. Since september 2011 he has been contact teacher of the European Master in Advanced Spectroscopy on Chemistry (ACS) and from December 2014 he is the Local coordinator. In 2015 the ASC consortium has obtained the EACEA grant for the Erasmus Mundus Joint Master Degrees (EMJMD). He is member of the Peer Review Committee of synchrotron SOLEIL, Gif-sur-Yvette, Paris, France (PRC 4 “Chemisty & Physico-Chemistry, In situ reactivity, Soft matter) since January 2012. He has been evaluator for the School of Advanced Studies (PhD program) of the University of Camerino in the cohorts 2012-2013. He has been Referee for the research evaluation Italian Programme (VQR 2004-2010), and SIR projects (2013), and also evaluator of project proposals of the Latvian Science Council in 2012 and 2013. His current research interest covers the field of the structural characterization of materials and solutions by X-Ray Absorption Spectroscopy, the applied electrochemistry and sensors, the synthesis and characterization of mixed hexacyanoferrates. He has coordinated more than 20 projects in synchrotron radiation facilities including the LURE (Orsay, France), SRS-Daresbury (Warrington, UK), ESRF (Grenoble, France), Brookhaven National Laboratory (Upton, NY, USA), ELETTRA (Trieste, Italy). He\'s author about 75 papers published on international journals, 22 Large Scale Facility (LSF) reports, 5 book chapters, 4 publication on national journals, 5 highlights, and about 65 communications at scientific meetings, including 25 oral communications. He has published a cover article in Dalton (2011), ChemElectroChem (2015), Metallomics (2015) Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics (2015). Several of his research has been highlighted in the ELETTRA Highlights 2011 and ELETTRA Highlights 2015 and other two in the ELETTRA web site on 2011 and 2012. He is embodied in the Referee Panel of several international chemistry journals (Journal of the American Chemical Society, Inorganic Chemistry, Chemistry of Materials, Journal of Physical Chemistry, Electrochimica Acta, Journal of Solid State Chemistry, Journal of Solid State Electrochemistry Journal of Alloys and Compounds, Materials Chemistry and Physics, Waste Management, Applied Surface Science, Science Advanced Material, Journal of Power Sources, Acta Physica Polonica A, ChemElectroChem, Advanced Science, Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical).

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