Domenico Rossi Curriculum

Dr. Domenico Rossi is type A researcher in the disciplinary scientific sector FIS/07 at the Department of Civil Engineering of the University of Salerno, where he carries out his research activities in the field of Physics Applied to Engineering, Acoustics and advanced modeling for the environmental field. At the same University, he also teaches 'Physics 0' at the post-secondary training course 'Anno di prepazione agli Studi di Ingegneria'.

He got his PhD in 'Nanotechnologies and innovative nanostructured materials' at the Interpolytechnic PhD School, where he carried out study and training activities in collaboration with the Polytechnic of Turin, the Polytechnic of Milan and the Polytechnic of Bari. During PhD years he also attended, as a visiting student, the University of Brighton (Essex - UK), where he gained a long experience in the field of Physics Applied to Biology.

He carried out six years of post-doctoral research at the Istituto Italiano di Tecnologia, Naples, where he participated and led research activities in the field of biophysics and fluid dynamics, in association with optical studies, advanced microscopy and light scattering. During his research he has produced more than thirty publications including articles in indexed journals and proceedings of national and international congresses. In the same years he carried out supplementary teaching activities at the Department of Chemical Engineering, Materials and Industrial Production of the University of Naples "Federico II".

He has coooperated with Italian and foreign research groups, participating in research activity in various fields: development and analysis of biosensors for the detection of microRNAs, internal structural analysis of tubes for extravasal circulation, physical structure of three-dimensional scaffolds for cell cultures, channeling of micro and nanometric particles in viscoelastic fluids. During his years of research he also developed skills in science data management and analysis, together with skills in programming, modeling and data plotting.