Coiai Serena

Personal Information

Position: Ricercatore
Curriculum Vitae: CV europeo_Serena.pdf
Location: Pisa
Description:

Education: 2001 Master Degree in Chemistry at the University of Pisa (110/110 cum laude). 2005 PhD in Macromolecular Chemistry at Scuola Normale Superiore of Pisa (70/70 cum laude).

Work experience: Post-Doctoral grants from ICCOM Pisa (2009–2011); Associate Researcher at Centro Italiano Packaging of Venezia-Marghera (2006–2009); Post-Doctoral grant from ICCOM Pisa (2005 – 2006). Graduate fellowship from INFM (2001-2002).

Management: Scientific responsible of the CNR research unit in the project FIRB Futuro in Ricerca 2010 GREENER-Prot. RBFR10DCS7 and team member of the CNR Research Unit in FP7 Project NMP.2011.LARGE.5 “DIBBIOPACK”, FP6 STREP Project NMP3-CT-2005-516972 “NANOHYBRID” and several national projects (Project Regione Toscana POR CREO FESR 2014 - 2020 BANDO 2 – “BIOGEL”, PRIN 2008 prot. 200898KCKY_0042012, Project “Sustainable Manufacturing” by Cluster Fabbrica Intelligente; Project granted by Fondazione Cassa di Risparmio “POLOPTEL”). Team member of the Research Contracts between CNR-ICCOM and BASF Construction Chemicals S.pA.

Other Activities: PhD visiting student at the School of Pharmacy & Centre for Molecular Materials, The University of Manchester (UK) (July - October 2004). Lecture in “Natura dei rifiuti e sistemi di raccolta” of the Level II Master “Environment Management and control: techniques and tecnologies for the waste Cycle” at Scuola Superiore Sant’Anna of Pisa (from 2008 to 2011). Referee for a number of journals in the field of polymer science.

Publications: 54 peer reviewed papers, 4 patents, 7 book chapters, 105 contributions to conferences.

Bibliometric data: (Scopus, 06/03/2019): results: 57; sum of times cited: 875: h-index: 18.

ORCID ID: 0000-0002-9333-8152; Scopus ID: 6507269627; Researcher ID: A-3884-2012.

Research Interests: post-polymerization functionalization; multifunctional polymer nanocomposites; inorganic/organic host-guest systems; compatibilization.

 
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