Giuseppe Milano

Breve biografia

Scientific Interests
• Development of Multiscale Methods and Programs for Material Science Simulations
• Mesocale Modeling, Coarse Grained Simulations of Macromolecular systems
• Nanomaterials
• Transport Properties in Nanoporous Materials
• Host/guest interactions

 

EDUCATION, SCIENTIFIC EXPERIENCE

 

1995
March

Degree in Chemistry cum laude at the University of Napoli, supervisor Prof. Vincenzo Barone, working on a thesis entitled: “Developments and applications of computational strategies to study proton transfer reactions in excited states”
September

Grant from the University of Napoli to work in the laboratory directed by Prof. Robert Subra, University Joseph Fourier of Grenoble, France, for a stage in Theoretical chemistry methods applied to free radicals in bio-molecules.

1999
January

Ph.D. in Chemistry at the University of Salerno, supervisor Prof. Gaetano Guerra, working on a thesis entitled: “Study and characterization of Host-Guest interactions in nanoporous polymeric semicrystalline materials”
February

One year post-doctoral grant from Basell Polyolefins Italy, supervisors Prof. Gaetano Guerra and Dr. Luigi Resconi, on the project: Theoretical studies on Ziegler-Natta catalysts for the polymerization of propene.

2000
January

Two years post-doctoral position in the group directed by Prof. Gaetano Guerra on the project:“Molecular separations by thermoplastic molecular sieves based on syndiotatctic polystyrene”
September

Grant from Italian Research Council (CNR) short term mobility for young researcher to work as visiting scientist hosted in the Polymer Theory Group Directed by Prof. Dr. Kurt
Kremer (Max-Planck-Institut für Polymerforschung Mainz, Germany) for molecular dynamics simulations studies about transport properties of polymers.

 

2002
November

Lectureship at University of Salerno

 

2003
September

Research Fellowship from Alexander von Humboldt Foundation, at International University Bremen hosted by Prof. Dr. Florian Müller-Plathe title of the research project: ”Atomistic and Coarse Graining Simulation of Polymer Interfaces”

 

2004
September Humboldt Fellowship Extension for three months
December-up to now Assistant Professor at University of Salerno, Modeling Lab for Nanostructures and Catalysis (MolNaC), Department of Chemistry.

2008
July Invitation Fellowship from Japanese Society for the Promotion of Science, at Tohoku University Sendai (Japan) hosted by Prof. Toshihiro Kawakatsu

 

 

Email

gmilano@unisa.it

Web

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