• Nijenborgh4

    9747 AG Groningen

    Netherlands

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Biosketch

Daniele holds A PhD in Materials Science and Technology (2019) attained at the University of Crete within the Marie Skłodowska Curie training network “COLLDENSE” (Colloids of Designed Response). Daniele is a Soft Matter experimentalist, with extensive knowledge of rheology, rheometry, polymer and colloidal physics. 

The research goal in the Parisi group is to understand the structural and dynamic properties of various (bio)polymeric and colloidal systems, in quiescent and under deformation conditions, to design and engineering novel impactful applications.

The experimental research approach involves various rheological techniques, often coupled with in-situ spectroscopy (i.e., birefringence, light scattering, Raman and FTIR), and molecular models, with the aim at linking molecular properties of polymers and macroscopic rheological response.

Teaching

Coordinator and lecturer of Advanced Polymer Processing (MSc course for CE, IEM and ME), Fluid Dynamics (BSc course for IEM) and Capita Selecta (BSc course for IEM)

Education/Academic qualification

Materials Science and Technology, PhD degree, Tailoring the rheology of suspensions and composites by altering shape and compositions, University of Crete

Award Date: 13-May-2019

Chemical Engineering School, MSc Degree, Rheology and processability of 1,4 high-cis polybutadiene for tyre industry, Univ Palermo, University of Palermo - Italy, DICGIM

Award Date: 26-Mar-2015

Polymer physics and rheology, Postdoctoral researcher, Fdn Res & Technol Hellas, Foundation for Research & Technology - Hellas (FORTH), IESL

20202021

Polymer physics and rheology, Postdoctoral researcher, The Pennsylvania State University

20192020

Polymer physics and rheology, Visiting PhD student, Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering, Princeton University, Princeton, NJ, USA.

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