SHORT CURRICULUM VITAE LUIGI VACCARO
Research ID: http://www.researcherid.com/rid/K-1043-2013; ORCID: http://orcid.org/0000-0003-4168-2303;
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Luigi Vaccaro is a Full Professor of Organic Chemistry at the Università degli Studi di Perugia (03/C1 - SSD CHIM/06)
1996: Degree in chemistry at the “Università degli Studi di Napoli – Federico II”, summa cum laude.
1999: PhD in Chemical Sciences at the “Università degli Studi di Perugia”.
2014 - present : Guest Professor (Bijzonder Gastdocent) at the University of KU Leuven Belgium.
2015 - present : Associate Editor of RSC Advances a multidisciplinary journal of the Royal Society of Chemistry.
2016 - present : Associate Editor of Beilstein Journal of Organic Chemistry, a journal of the Beilstein Institut.
2001: Society of Chemical Industry - London (SCI) Award - “First Europa Medal for Europe’s Best Younger Chemist” for the innovative synthesis of norstatines in water.
2006 and 2007 Academic Development Program (ADP) Award from Merck’s Chemistry Council for “Creative work in organic chemistry”.
2007 G. Ciamician Medal of the Società Chimica Italiana – Divisione di Chimica Organica (prize given to young emerging researchers with age below 35 for outstanding contributions to the field of Organic Chemistry).
2012 Nominated Member of the "Ad Hoc Working Group on Tools and Approaches to Support Decision-Making on the Substitution of Harmful Chemicals” a joining action of the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) and the US Environmental Protection Agency (US EPA) that holds the presidency.
2013 Elected in the board of the Green Chemistry Interdivision of the Società Chimica Italiana (SCI).
2013 Nominated in the Scientific Board of the journal "GREEN" a publication of the Consorzio Interuniversitario Nazionale "La Chimica per l'Ambiente" (INCA) http://www.incaweb.org/green/.
2013 Appointed member of the Belgian FWO-Expertpanel W&T4: Chemistry, 2014-2017.
2014 Awarded the Vigevani Visiting Professorship.
2016 Awarded the Top-10 reviewers recognition from Royal Society of Chemistry.
2017 Awarded the “Lady Davis” Professorship of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.
2017 Nominated as Fellow of the Royal Society of Chemistry, FRSC.
2018 Nominated as “Outstanding reviewers for Green Chemistry” by the RSC, http://dx.doi.org/10.1039/C8GC90034E.
- Lecturer of Organic Chemistry and of Green Chemistry at the Università degli Studi di Perugia
- Lecturer (Bijzonder Gastdocent) of Sustainable Chemistry at the University of KU Leuven Belgium.
Luigi Vaccaro is Co-Author of ca 150 scientific publications (including reviews and books) and 10 papers published in Synfacts
In the last 5 years (2013-) he has published 65 scientific contributions. In 2015, he has been selected to contribute to the book on Enabling Innovative Technologies edited by the Italian Association of Industrial Research and in 2017, has published as Editor a book published by Wiley-VCH dedicated to Flow Chemistry and Sustainability.
H-index: 44, with ca. 4600 total citations (Scopus). He is Author of two articles currently labelled as “highly cited paper” by WOS and 4 Green Chemistry Hot Articles.
1996: University of East Anglia (UK), attending the first year PhD courses and taking a practical course under the supervision of Prof. A. McKillop.
1999: University of Groningen (NL) as visiting fellow in the Prof. J.B.F.N. Engberts research group.
Catalysis: Multifunctional heterogeneous catalysts designed for flow reactors operating in safer reaction media for the development of waste-minimized syntheses of fine chemicals. Bio-based fuels, solvents and chemicals.
Dr. Antonio Facchetti, Polyera Inc (IL, USA), and Prof. Xugang Guo, South University of Science and Technology of China (China), organic semiconductors; Prof. Dirk de Vos, K.U. Leuven (BE), solid catalysts; Prof. Dima Gelman, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem (IL), organometallic catalysis; Prof. Lutz Ackermann, Goettingen University (DE), C H activation.
ca. 100 scientific communications at National and International meetings and over 40 invited lectures at National and International conferences/meetings and in Research and Academic Institutions. Selected examples are: Israelian Chemical Society (Tel Aviv, IL); 4th Euchems, Prague (CZ); Makhteshim Chemical Works Ltd (IL); University of Göttingen (D); Latvian Institute of Organic Chemistry (LV), IUPAC conference, Venezia (IT); ExpoChimica Bologna (IT); Tel Aviv University (IL); Hebrew University of Jerusalem IL), University of Stockholm (S); University of Wuhan (China); University of Oxford (UK).