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Roberto Terzano

Prof. Roberto Terzano

Associate Professor of Agricultural Chemistry at the Department of Soil, Plant and Food Sciences of the University of Bari "Aldo Moro". Formerly University Researcher from 2006 to 2020.

Master in Chemistry (a.y. 1998-1999). Professional habilitation for the profession of Chemist (2000). Research Collaborator at the Institute of Horticulture and Industrial Cultures of C.N.R., Tito Scalo (PZ) (2001). Ph.D. in Agricultural Chemistry (XVII cycle) (2005). Winner of the First Prize of the Italian Society of Agricultural Chemistry for the best Ph.D. thesis in 2005. Marie Curie Fellowship at MiTAC (Micro and Trace Analysis Centre) of the University of Antwerp (Belgium) (in 2004 and 2005).

Presently teaching "General and Inorganic Chemistry", “Organic Chemistry”, “Agricultural Biochemistry and Plant Nutrition” and ““Biomass and Wastes Characterization” at the University of Bari. Component of the College of Teachers of the Ph.D. Course of "Soil and Food Sciences" at the University of Bari. Project Leader and Research Unit Leader in National and International Research Projects. Scientific Manager of the "Micro X-ray Lab" at the University of Bari. Associate Editor of “Environmental Science and Pollution Research” journal (Springer Nature). Guest Editor of "Journal of Synchrotron Radiation". Speaker in several National and International Conferences. Invited speaker at International Meetings and for Seminars in Italy and abroad. Convener and Chairman of several Scientific Sessions in International Conferences. Referee of International projects and of several International Scientific Journals. Author of more than 350 publications, including 90 papers in indexed international journals.

His scientific activity concerns research topics in various fields of Agricultural Biochemistry and Soil Chemistry with a particular interest to the use of X-rays to study environmental matrices, cultural heritage, and the biogeochemistry of trace elements in the soil-plant system. Involved in research activities with synchrotron X-rays at the European Synchrotron Radiation Facility (ESRF, Grenoble, France) and at the Deutsches Elektronen Synchrotron (DESY, Hamburg, Germany).

Presently Vice President of IUPAC Division VI "Chemistry and the Environment"; formerly Secretary (2018-2019) and Associate Member (2014-2017).

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