Alessandro D'Ulivo

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Alessandro D'Ulivo
Senior Researcher
Area della Ricerca, via G. Moruzzi 1, 56124 Pisa
Telephone: 
+39 050 315.2292
Second telephone number: 
+39 050 315.2552
Fax: 
+39 050 315.2555
Short Curriculum Vitae: 
Alessandro D'Ulivo graduated in Chemistry (Laurea in Chimica) on December 1978 (Uni. Pisa), Senior Researcher at Italian NRC and Head Officer of UOS-ICCOM/CNR ( July 2010-October 2013). Visiting Scientist AVCR, (Prague) 12 months total (1994-2003). Invited Scientist, Max Planck Institute (Mainz) 3 months (1995), NRC Canada, INMS (Ottawa) 9 months total (2004-2009). Member of editorial board of Spectrochimica Acta, Part B , Atomic Spectroscopy (Elsevier) since 2006, and The Scientific World Journal (Hindawi) since 2012. Coordinator EU project LIFE12ENV/IT/352 BIONAD; Principal investigator in EU Projects (PECO 1993-94)( BIGBLACK, sub contract, 1998-2000), Chairman IUPAC Project (#2007-041-1-50), Project leader in Italy-Canada Reserach Project, Ministry Foreign Affairs (2000-2004),Project leader in 3 CNR-AVCR joint projects (1995-2003), Principal Investigators in 9 research contracts (2001-2013) with small-medium enterprises. Awarded of qualification of full professor in Analytical Chemistry (2013), and invited IUPAC Fellow (2011). He is author of 7 and co-author of 98 papers on peer reviewed ISI journals, 1 chapter on international book, 1 patent, about 70 presentations at national and intenational conferences, and 19 invited talks/lectures at international conferences. More than 3080 total citations, H-index=31(Google Scholar). Researcher ID: A-7099-2008 ; ORCID ID:0000-0001-5847-5170
Research Interests: 
Alessandro D'Ulivo develops his main research activity in the field of Analitical Chemistry. His research interests are in the fundamentals and application of: (i) vapor generation techniques for determination and speciation of trace elements by atomic and mass spectrometry; (ii) development and optimization of instrumental devices for atomic spectrometry and (iii) hyphenayed techniques, including gas- and liquid chromatography/atomic or mass spectrometry.