Prof. Nadia Lotti
WG 4 - Knowledge transfer, dissemination, WGs support and evaluation
CV: Associate Professor at the University of Bologna since 2011, carries out her research in the field of Chemistry and Technology of Polymers. Engaged in national and international research projects.Collaborates with various national and European institutes. Member of the Editorial Board of Journal of Waste Management and Environmental Issues, Applied Science, Sustainability and Polymers of MDPI.
Education: Teaching courses within the SSD CHIM / 07 at the University of Bologna, CdS in Civil, Biomedical and Electronic Engineering for Energy and Information. Supervisor and Co-supervisor of Bachelor's and Master's Degree Theses. Member of the Teaching Body of the Research Doctorate in Industrial Chemistry (up to the XXV cycle), of the Research Doctorate in Civil, Environmental and Materials Engineering (up to the XXXIII cycle), currently of the Doctorate in Health & Technology, all activated at the same Athenaeum.
Academic Career: – 1989: Degree in Chemistry with 110/110 cum laude from the University of Bologna, –
1989-1992: PhD in Industrial Chemistry carried out at the University of Bologna. – 1991: 6-month internship at the University of Massachusetts (U.S.A.) under the supervision of Prof. R.W. Lenz. 1993: annual scholarship funded by the CNR. – 1994: winner of a place in the qualification of Collaborative Chemist put up for competition by the Usl n ° 38 of Forlì. – 1995 Researcher at DICASM, Faculty of Engineering 2 of the University of Bologna. – 2011 Associate Professor at DICAM, of the University of Bologna.
Current research interests: The research interests are addressed to the synthesis and molecular, solid-state and in melt characterization of polycondensates, and to the chemical modification of commercial polymers.She currently focuses her research on the topic of the synthesis of polymers from renewable sources for packaging applications and that of biopolymers for biomedical use.
Publications: 154 publications in international journals (2131+ citations, H index = 25) (scopus) and about 110 Communications at Conferences.