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    Personal information
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     Date Submitted:29-11-2018
     Last Modified:29-11-2018 (01:17)
    Job information
     Current job:Material Science Researcher
     Employment Term:Temp/Contract
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:immediately
     Industry:Consulting/Engineering Services
     KeywordsMaterial Science, Chemistry, Physics, Quality Process Engineer.
    CV

    Working experience

    Working position: Material Science Researcher
    Date: 06/2013 - 12/2018

    Main activity and responsibility: Development of chemistry routes for the production and the manufacturing of nanomaterials for sensing application and energy conversion.
    ・    Development of wet chemistry routes and processing protocols.
    ・    Formulation of air stable nano-inks with rheological properties optimized for manufacturing processes.
    ・    Improvement and standardization of solution processing methods for the production of thin films on polymeric flexible substrate.
    ・    Engineering of optoelectronic device by lift-off process and metal evaporation technique.
    ・    Elaboration of performance improvement strategies for optical sensors processing. (Achieved efficiency improvements up to 30%).
    ・    Definition and execution of analytic strategies for the evaluation of the material properties (Techniques: Optical Microscopy, TEM, SEM, XRD, GISAS, EDX, TGA, SIMS, Mechanical Testing, FTIR, UV-Vis spectroscopy).
    ・    Planification and execution of performance characterization and evaluation methods for optical sensing devices. 

    Name and address of the company: 
    Internanomat SL in project collaboration with the Institute of Material Science of the University of Valencia.
    Catedrático José Beltrán nº2. 46980 Paterna, Valencia (ES)

    Field:    
    Research and development of nanostructured materials and polymers for various application (optical sensing and light emitting devices, solar cells, food packaging, cosmetics, etc.).

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    Working position: Scientific consultant
    Date: 1/2016 – 9/2018

    Main activity and responsibility:    
    ・    Responsible of experimental design, data interpretation and analysis, process optimization, quality certification and risk assessment.
    ・    Support the board of director in the normative frame of nanomaterial process, application and quality standards (ISO 9001; ISO/IEC 17025).
    ・    Provide translation of complex data into key strategy insights and value add actions on the writing of proposals.
    ・    Representing the company as scientific expert during meetings, conferences presentations and supporting auditing services.

    Name and address of the company: 
    SWISSnanotech SA, Via Vedeggio 1 - CH – 6828 Manno

    Field:    
    Nanomaterial coatings with properties: scratch resistant, adhesive, hydrophobic or hydrophilic, photocatalytic, antimicrobial. etc.
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    Working position: Applied Physics Fellowship
    Date: 06/2011 – 3/2012

    Main research activity and responsibility: 
    Synthesis and the characterization of structural and optical properties of rare-earth doped scintillators for medical application.
    ・    Production of nanocrystal powders by Sol-Gel process.
    ・    Material characterization by Raman spectroscopy, XRD, X-ray radioluminescence, stationary and time solved photoluminescence.
    ・    Engineering of a high-resolution X-ray detection panel in polymeric matrix (achieved efficiency higher than 90%).

    Name and address of the research center:     
    University of Cagliari S.S. 554, KM. 4.500, 09042 Monserrato (Cagliari) 
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    Working position: Experimental Chemistry Fellowship
    Date: 04/2009 - 08/2009

    Main research activity and responsibility:    
    Production of air stable form of phosphinic acids for catalytic application.
    ・    Presented for the first time a synthesis of crystal of [CF3)2C6H3]2P(O)H, a tautomeric and air stable form of phosphinic acids for organometallic application.
    ・    Crystals analyzed by NMR analysis and FTIR spectroscopy.

    Name and address of the research center:     
    University Ludwig-Maximilians Munich (L.M.U.) 
    Ludwigstr. 27, 80539 Munich, Germany.

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    Education

    Qualification:    Ph.D. in Applied Physics 
    Date:     04/2013 - 12/2018
    Name of Institute:    University of Valencia

    Qualification:    Master Degree in Material Science (Grade:  110/110)
    Date:    10/2009 - 4/2012
    Name of Institute:    University of Turin

    Qualification:    Bachelor Degree in Material Science (Grade:  110/110)
    Date:    08/2006 - 08/2009
    Name of Institute:    University of Cagliari

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    Relevant Publication

    1.    Maulu, J. Navarro-Arenas, P. J. Rodríguez-Cantó, J. F. Sánchez-Royo, R. Abargues, I. Suárez, J. P. Martínez-Pastor, Charge transport in trap-sensitized infrared PbS quantum dot-based photoconductors: pros and cons, Nanomaterials, vol. 8, no. 9, 677 (18 pp.) (2018).

    2.    I. Suarez, E. Hassanabadi, A. Maulu, N. Carlino, C. A. Maestri, M. Latifi, P. Bettotti, I. Mora-Sero and J. P. Martinez-Pastor, Integrated Optical Amplifier-Photodetector on a Wearable Nanocellulose Substrate, Advanced Optical Materials 6, 1800201 (8 pp) (2018).

    3.    A. Maulu, P.J. Rodríguez-Cantó, J. Navarro-Arenas, R. Abargues, J. F. Sánchez-Royo, Raúl García-Calzada, and Juan P. Martínez Pastor, Strongly-coupled PbS QD-solids by Doctor-Blading for IR Photodetection, RSC Advances 6, 80201–80212 (2016).

    4.    A. Maulu, P. J. Rodríguez-Cantó, and J. P. Martínez Pastor, Efficient photodetectors at telecom wavelengths based on thin films of lead sulfide quantum dots, in the book “Physics, Chemistry and Application of Nanostructures”, pp. 556-559 (2015).

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    • Italian        Mother Tongue           Mother Tongue          Mother Tongue
    • English      Fluent                         Fluent                        Fluent
    • Spanish     Native                         Native                        Native
    • French      Professional                Professional              Professional

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    Interests and Hobbies

    During my youth I studied piano in the conservatory of Sassari and in the free time and I still enjoy play jazz. I pursue a healthy lifestyle practicing several sports and loving the Mediterranean cuisine. I enjoy Latin American dancing, especially Salsa. I support environment/ecology initiative, sustainable development politics and ethical businesses.


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