Carlo Lamberti: born in 1964; degree in Physics in 1988; Ph.D. in solid state physics in 1993. He is professor in Physical Chemistry at the Torino University since 2006. He has performed more than 200 experiments with synchrotron and neutron sources at ADONE, LURE DCI and SuperACO, ESRF, Elettra, SRS, SLS, APS, SOLEIL, MAX-LAB, ISIS, SOLEIL, ILL, SINQ, FRM-II among them two Long Time projects at the ESRF. He has been member of the review committees of ESRF and SLS. His research activities are focused in the multitechnical characterization of nanostructured materials. He edited the books "Characterization of Semiconductor Heterostructures and Nanostructures", Elsevier, 2008 (second edition I 2013) and "X-Ray Absorption and X-ray Emission Spectroscopy: Theory and Applications" (Wiley 2016). He has authored and coauthored more than 350 research papers, 15 review articles, 20 book chapters, that have received more than 17000 (21000) citations, resulting in an h-index of 71 (80) according to ISI WoS (Google Scholar). He is the Italian coordinator of the European master in Materials Science MaMaSELF (http://etudes.univ-rennes1.fr/mamaself) Between Torino, Rennes-1, Montoellier-2, LMU and TUM universities.
He is member of the PhD School in Chemical and Materials Sciences.
He received the national habilitation 2012 to the position of Full Professor in the following fields:
02/B1 – Experimental Solid State Physics (in 2012);
03/A2 – Physical Chemistry (in 2012);
03/B2 – Chemical Fundaments of the Technologies (in 2012);
03/B1 - Fondamenti delle Scienze Chimiche e Sistemi Inorganici (in 2013).