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Alessio Zuliani

Personal Information

Position: Post-Doc

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Location: Florence

Zuliani, Alessio

Research

Fields of Interest and Expertise

Microwave-assisted synthesis of nanoparticles.

Green chemistry and waste valorization.

Photocatalytic water splitting.

Continuous flow synthesis.

Fiberglass formulation.


Curriculum Vitae

2020: Postdoc researcher at the University of Cordoba, Spain. Visiting researcher at the University of Chemistry and Technology of Prague, Czech Republic.

2019: PhD in Chemistry at the University of Cordoba, Spain. Thesis: “Microwave-assisted synthesis of nanocatalysts in batch conditions”. Supervisors: Prof. Rafael Luque, Prof. Alina M. Balu. Exchange periods at the University of KU Leuven, Belgium; at the University of Turin, Italy; at MicroInnova GmbH, Austria. 

2017: Master’s program in Biomass and Energy Efficiency at the CNR of Milan, Italy. Thesis: “Development of a small-scale anaerobic digestion prototype monitored with the open source Arduino”. Supervisors: Dr. Silvana Castelli, Dr. Davide Bianchini. 

2016: R&D Manager Assistant at Menzolit Srl, Italy. 

2016: R&D Manager Assistant at Bolton Srl, Italy.

2015: Graduate Research Fellow at the University of Milan, Italy. 

2015: MSc in Industrial Chemistry and Management (mark 110/110) at the University of Milan, Italy. Thesis: “Photoelectrochemical characterization and hydrogen production on titanium dioxide nanotube arrays”. Supervisors: Prof. Elena Selli, Dr. Gian Luca Chiarello. 

2013: BSc in Industrial Chemistry at the University of Milan, Italy. Thesis: “Synthesis of triazol-isoquinolin-3-ilydens as ligands for enantioselective gold-catalysed cycloadditions”. Supervisors: Prof. Daniele Passarella, Prof. Helena Martin Diéz. 

2012-2013: Web-communication Consultant (part time) in Milan, Italy. 

2009: Naval Military High School "F. Morosini" of Venice, Italy.


Awards

2018: National Research Council of Italy (CNR): award for the best prototype in the project Duck-Tech (“Innovation in the management and valorization of agricultural organic wastes”). Rhodia Prize - European Colloids and Interface Society (ECIS).

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