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     Date Submitted:01-03-2020
     Last Modified:01-03-2020 (08:26)
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     Current job:PhD in Nanotecnology
     Employment Term:Either
     Job location:Europe only
     Date available:>3months
     Industry:Civil Agencies/International Organizations

    2006–2011 Scientific experimental maturity achived with vote: 100/100 EQF level 4
    Liceo Scientifico Statale G.C. Vanini, Casarano (Italy)
    Field of Study: Scientific Experimental "Brocca".
    Main topics: mathematics, physics, natural sciences.


    27/10/2011–26/02/2016 Bachelor’s degree in Physics with vote 100/110 EQF level 6
    University of Salento, Lecce (Italy)
    - Main topics covered in the degree course: Mathematical Analysis, Physics, Informatics, laboratory activities, algebra and geometry, General Chemistry, Structure of matter;
    - Final thesis entitled: "The morphology of galaxies: from Hubble’s classification to more recent studies".


    29/04/2016–30/04/2019 Master degree in Astrophysics and Theoretical Physics with vote
    EQF level 7
    University of Salento, Lecce (Italy)
    - Main topics covered in the degree course: data analysis and laboratory activities, quantum relativistic mechanics, nuclear astrophysics, theoretical astrophysics, general relativity and cosmology, astronomy, astroparticle physics, elementary particle phenomenology, Planetology; theoretical physics of elementary particles
    - Final thesis entitled: "Analysis of a sample of cataclysmic variables observed in the X-ray band: DW cnc and XY Ari".


    20/12/2019–Present PhD in Nanotecnology EQF level 8
    University of Salento, Lecce (Italy)
    Title PhD project: "Multifunctional devices for applications in smart windows".
    Design of EC devices with low supply voltages;
    design and manufacture of high transmittance OLED devices;
    development of new manufacturing techniques for low-cost EC devices;
    scalability of manufacturing processes on the large area;
    creation and characterization of a multifunction device on a large area.


    Communication skills:

    - Excellent communication skills acquired during the collaboration with the Center for the Dissemination of Astronomical Sciences "Parco astronomico San Lorenzo" (website:;
    - Excellent relational skills with primary and secondary school students, acquired during my collaborative experience in the above-mentioned Centre. Constant commitment to the dissemination of astronomy and science in general

    Organisational / managerial skills:

    - Active collaboration in organizing cultural events for educational purposes, such as the organization of astronomical events for the general public, which involves the observation of celestial objects to telescopes and the exchange of information and documentation on the latest scientific discoveries in astronomical field.

    Job-related skills:

    - Excellent knowledge in astronomy and astrophysics; excellent ability with equipment used in this field (for example telescopes);
    - Use ability of different experimental physics equipment (for example data acquisition tools, precision measuring instruments, vacuum chambers for thin film deposition, lab vacuum glove box, etc.)


    - Member of A.S.L.A. (San Lorenzo Astronomical Association) since 2009;
    - co-organiser and co-responsible for public information events organised within the "San Lorenzo Astronomical Centre", curator of telescope observations and theoretical entertainment;
    - role of importance in the didactic courses for the various dissemination laboratories within the structure;
    - In 2012-2013, head of the "SSER Section Study and Research", a special on-web section of scientific dissemination with periodical column dealing with topics in the fields of Physics, Astrophysics and Astronomy (website:


    November 2017 - Presentation: "The Sun and the evolution of the stars", Museum of Ecology of Mediterranean Ecosystems, Lighthouse of Punta palascia, Otranto (LE).


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