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I graduated in Chemistry at University of Cagliari in Italy, and subsequently received my PhD in Physical and Analytical Chemistry in 2014 at Université Pierre et Marie Curie (now Sorbonne Université) in Paris, France. I returned to Italy with a 2-year Marie Curie FP7 fellowship to work at Florence University. Then, I moved to a 5-year innovative project funded by the Procter&Gamble Company. During this time, I have been responsible for writing and managing a H2020 European project that received funding for € 1 million. I have published research papers on international peer-reviewed journals, presented my research at international conferences, taught Bachelor’s and Master’s classes, and mentored students throughout their undergraduate and PhD research projects. I have reviewed almost a hundred articles for different journals, I have been an assistant editor for the Journal of Colloid and Interface Science for two years, and I have continuously taken part in science dissemination events aimed at schools and the general public. In my spare time, I grow orchids (I am a member of the Central Italy Orchids Society and the editorial board of the Society’s bulletin), practice yoga, and take hikes in the woods.

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I graduated in Languages for Multimedial Communication and Journalism at University of Cagliari, Italy, where I also received my PhD in Phylology and Literature. My research has focused on political language, communication, and novel media. My collaborations include the Devoto-Oli Italian Dictionary, for which I researched neologisms in the Italian language, and the websites VistaNet Cagliari and www.unaparolaalgiorno.it. I’ve been teaching Italian as a foreign language since 2016 at University of Cagliari and with associations promoting the integration of migrants. In addition, I teach classes in English and text comprehension at the Faculties of Economy, Law and Political Science, Humanities, and the University Language Center. I love spending my spare time travelling, reading novels, listening to music, practicing sports, and taking long walks.

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