logo logo

Pierangelo Metrangolo

Pierangelo Metrangolo, Italian chemist, educator. Recipient G. Giamician medal, Italian Chemical Society, 2005; grantee, Minister for Science Research, 1999, European Union, 2001, Royal Society Chemistry, 2005; scholar, ONAOSI, 1998-1999.


  • Metrangolo, Pierangelo was born on April 16, 1972 in Copertino, Lecce, Italy. Son of Giovanni Metrangolo and Maria Rizzo.

  • Education

    • Graduate in Pharmaceutical Chemistry and Technology, University Milan, 1997. Master in Synthetic Chemistry, Polytechnic Milan, 1998. Doctor of Philosophy in Industrial Chemistry, Polytechnic Milan, 2001.


    • Assistant professor Polytechnic Milan, Como, Italy, since 1998, chemistry researcher, since 2002, associate professor, since 2005. Candidate astronaut Italian Space Agency (Applied Science International), Rome, 2001—2001. Consultant Norpharma Euticals, Milan, since 2001, Solvay Solexis Supreme People's Assembly.

      Visiting professor University Paul Sabatier, Toulouse, France, 2001, University York, England, 2005, University Jyväskla, Finland, 2006. With Italian Military, 1998-1998.


    • Author: Asymmetric Fluoroorganic Chemistry. Translator: Chemistry: Structure and Dynamics. Contributor articles to professional jours.


    Party affiliation: Socialist


    Denomination: Catholic


    Founding member Astronomical Research Center I. Newton, Lecce, Italy, 1990, Astronomical Association E. Hubble, Italy, since 1993. Representative of the Doctor of Philosophy students department council Polytechnic Milan, 1999—2001. Representative of students Institute for Students' Rights, 1994—1995.



    Astronomy, sports, cooking, travel, photography.


    • Life partner Rauni Hannele Primetta.
    • father: Giovanni Metrangolo
    • mother: Maria Rizzo
    See on larger map
    Born April 16, 1972
    (age 45)
    • 1997
      University Milan
    • 1998
      Polytechnic Milan
    • 2001
      Polytechnic Milan
    • 1998
      Assistant, professor Polytechnic Milan
      Como, Lombardia, Italy
    • 2001 - 2001
      candidate astronaut Italian Space Agency (ASI)
      Rome, New York, United States