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Scheda Membro del Direttivo

Raffaele Cucciniello
(Divisione di Chimica dell’Ambiente e dei Beni Culturali)
CONSIGLIERE

Dipartimento di Chimica e Biologia
Università di Salerno
rcucciniello@unisa.it

Raffaele Cucciniello is currently a Post-Doc researcher at the Department of Chemistry and Biology at University of Salerno. He got the MSc in Chemistry in 2010 at University of Salerno and in 2011 he worked as applied researcher for Aquaria Research srl, focusing his activity on the research of new materials for atmospheric pollutants sampling. Afterwards, in 2015 he completed his PhD in Chemistry at University of Salerno under the supervision of Professor Antonio Proto defending a thesis entitled “Environmental and catalytic applications of alkaline oxides”. His main research activity is focused on the development and applications of new sorbent materials for atmospheric pollutants sampling and on environmental catalysis. His research involved collaborations with several companies and institutions. Cleprin srl, Aquaria srl, Italian Institute of Technology (IIT) represent some examples. In 2015 he also obtained the habilitation as Teacher in Chemistry (Class A013) for High School in Italy. He was a member of the organizing committee of the IV National School of Environmental Chemistry and Cultural Heritage (2015), which was held in Fisciano (SA). In the years 2013 and 2014 he was the PhD students representative within the Department Council. He is author of 12 publications in peer-reviewed journals and 30 conference communications. He is board-member in the Young Group of the Italian Chemical Society representing the division of Environment and Cultural Heritage. His personal aim for this 3-years activity in SCI is to create a functional network between the young researchers in order to favor new collaborations and an associative culture to feel part of a common project in terms of participation and training activities.

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