Prof. Martino Di Serio
University of Naples "Federico II", Department of Chemical Sciences.
Martino Di Serio graduated cum laude from the University of Naples “Federico II” in Industrial Chemistry, in 1988. His research activity at the University Federico II was continued in 1989 with an industrial fellowship grants (ENI). He moved on to becoming a Temporary Lecturer in Industrial Chemistry with the University of Salerno, from 1990 to 1992. In 1993 he became a Researcher (Assistant Professor) in Industrial Chemistry at the University of Salerno. In 1995 he joined the Chemistry Department of the University of Naples “Federico II”. Since 2001 he has been an Associate Professor of Industrial Chemistry at University of Naples “Federico II”, where now he is the coordinator of Bachelor's Degree and Master's Degree Programs in Industrial Chemistry. He is also in the board of the Doctorate School of Chemical Sciences.
In 2014 he achieved the national habilitations to full professor of industrial chemistry and to full professor of chemical industrial plants and processes.
In July 2017 He became full prof. of Industrial Chemistry at the department of Chemical Science of the University of Naples Federico Il.
His fields of research are Industrial Chemistry (Catalysis and Kinetics) and Chemical Engineering (Chemical Reaction Engineering), more recently his main field of activity has been in biofuels production and the use of renewable resources as raw materials for industrial chemistry.
The results of his scientific activities have been published in a wide range of international chemistry journals, proceedings and patents.
His activity, notwithstanding the strong link with the theme of chemical industry, has had an important scientific impact. More information about his scientific activity can be found on web site: http:\chemistry.unina.it\nicl.
He gained teaching experience in Bachelor and Master programs of Chemistry and Industrial Chemistry. He has also taught in the PhD program of Chemical Sciences. He is the coordinator of the Bachelor and Matser Degrees in Industrial Chemistry of the Department of Chemical Science of the University of Naples Federico II