Curriculum Vitae of Marcella Dell*Aglio

Curriculum Vitae Marcella Dell’Aglio
Employment History:
Permanent researcher position at CNR-NANOTEC (ex CNR-IMIP, National Council of
Research – Institute of Inorganic Methodology and Plasmi) (from November 2011)
Post Doc position at “Institute of Inorganic Methodology and Plasmi” (IMIP) – CNR UOS
Bari on Laser Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy LIBS (Dec. 2004-October. 2011)
The research was dedicated to LIBS on different materials such as water, solid in air and
submerged in water, as well as fs-LIBS on solid sample.
Researcher position at Laser Center s.c.r.l of Bari (Italy) on pollutants and meteorological
measurements into the atmosphere (Apr. 2001- Oct. 2003).
The research was dedicated to the Remote Sensing of gaseous pollutants and meteorological
parameters with laser system (Differential Absorption Lidar (DIAL) and Lidar measurements)
Educational History:
PhD in Chemical Science (on laser spectroscopy field)
Università degli Studi di Bari, (2001-2004)
(PhD thesis: ”Chemical Aspects and Experimental studies of LIBS and LIDAR laser
Diagnostic Techniques”)
High Formation Fellowship at Laser Center (Valenzano-Bari) on Environmental diagnostic by
Laser system (1999-2001)
(Fellowship thesis: “Laser diagnostic technique for environmental analysis”)
Chemistry Degree
Università degli studi di Bari (1991-1998)
(Degree thesis “Study of chlorophylls self-aggregation in biomimetic systems”).
Research activities:
- Fundamental studies of nanoparticles production by laser ablation in liquid at different
pressure (by optical emission spectroscopy, shadowgraph, absorbance)
- Laser Induced plasma (LIP) fundamental studies by high temporally and spatially resolved
optical emission spectroscopy in different environments (gas, liquids)
- Production of nanoparticles and nanostructures by Pulsed Laser Ablation in Liquid (PLAL)
and their employment in different fields (biological systems, Nanoparticle Enhanced LIBS,
- Laser induced breakdown Spectroscopy (LIBS) for quantitative analysis of different samples
(meteorites, archaeological finding, gemstones, soils, plants and so on) with calibration and
calibration-free analytical methods.
- Environmental and meteorological diagnostic by laser system: LIDAR, DIAL
- Laser Induced Fluorescence
- Spectroscopic studies of photosynthetic pigments in biomimetic systems
Additional Information:
- Research activities are documented by several ISI papers (see links) and by many
contributions (both oral and poster) in international conferences.
- Participation in several Research Projects (CNR and international partners)
- Engagement in the organizing committee of some International Conferences (the last one
was EMSLIBS2013).
- Reviewer for several international journals, for some international projects (National Science
Center of Poland, Czech Science Foundation), for an external assessment of International
Doctor conferring (Alicante University).
- 1st Awards LIBS 2004, Laser Induce Plasma Spectroscopy and Application.
- 2010 Elsevier/Spectrochimica Acta Award for the paper: “G. Cristoforetti, A. De Giacomo,
M. Dell'Aglio, S. Legnaioli, E. Tognoni, V. Palleschi, N. Omenetto, Local Thermodynamic
Equilibrium in Laser-Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy: Beyond the McWhirter criterion,
Spectrochimica Acta Part B 65 (2010) 86–95”
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