Michele GUIDA Curriculum

Michele Guida is Associate Professor in Experimental Physics (Discipline Sector FIS 01 – Experimental Physics) since 2004 and Assistant Professor in Experimental Physics since 1990 until 2003. He coordinates an Applied  Research Group about Environmental Radioactivity and is responsible of the Laboratory of Environmental Radioactivity. He has been performing his research activity in the field of the Experimental Particle Physics participating to international collaborations at the major European laboratories like the CERN at Geneva, and DESY at Hamburg.

He is co-author of more than 200 peer-reviewed publications in  the most relevant impact factor scientific journals and in the proceedings of international conferences.

He is Responsible of the Radiological Risk Department at the Interuniversity Center for Applied Research in the field of Prevention and Prediction of Major Hazards (CUGRI), Italy.
He has been Scientific Responsible for different projects with the Regional Environmental Protection Agency from Campania (ARPAC), the Consortium of Cilento Aqueducts (CONSAC), Southern Campania. He has been also Environmental Physics Expert for the Projects of Investigation of the Interactions between Groundwater and Surface Waters, by means of the use of Naturally Occurring Tracers, like Radon and Radium, according to the requirements for the water quality issued by the European Framework Directive - integrated river basin management for Europe (2000/60/EC of the European Parliament) and the next Groundwater Directive 2006/118/EC, included in the Italian Legislation with D.L. 152/06 and the related technical reports.