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Ernesto Paparazzo, Italian chemist. Italian Committee for Atomic Energy fellow, Rome, 1978; recipient Stampacchia Prize, University Rome, 1979. Member Italian Vacuum Society, American Vacuum Society, Italian Chemical Association.


Paparazzo, Ernesto was born on July 15, 1950 in Rome. Son of Tancredi and Enrica (Bruschini) Paparazzo.


Doctor of Philosophy in Chemistry, University Rome, 1976.


Postdoctoral fellow National Research Council Italy, Rome, 1979-1982, staff researcher, 1982-1983, 86—. Associate researcher Lawrence Berkeley (California) Laboratory, 1983-1985. Salesman Italian Branch of Rank Xerox, Rome, 1977-1978.

Visiting scientist department chemistry University Namur, Belgium, 1980. Visiting professor department physics University Merida, Venezuela, 1993. Consultant Ilva-National Steel Company Italy, Rome, 1990-1992.

Responsible Electron Spectroscopy for Chemical Analysis Center of Italian Research Council, Montelibretti, Rome, 1983. Presenter international conferences Europe, United States of America, Italy, France, Germany, England, Holland, since 1980. Author invited seminars departments chemistry and metallurgy University California, Berkeley, National Institute Standards and Technology, Gaithersburg, Maryland, department physics Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, American Telephone & Telegraph Company Bell Laboratories, Murray Hill, New Jersey, Europe, South America, University Oxford, United Kingdom, science department British Museum, London, Conservatory Analytical Laboratories, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, department physics University York, United Kingdom, department physics University Liverpool, United Kingdom, Museum Fine Arts, Boston, various Italian universities, National Research Council France, Paris, since 1980.

Organizing committee 3d International Conference Formation Semiconductor Interfaces, 1991. Reviewer refereeing papers submitted for publication in international journals., since 1991.


  • Other Work

    • Contributor more than 75 articles to international journals, several chapters to international books and over 30 papers to international conferences.


Member Italian Vacuum Society, American Vacuum Society, Italian Chemical Association.


  • Other Interests

    Avocations: classical and jazz music, checkers, comedy movies.


Tancredi Paparazzo

Enrica (Bruschini) Paparazzo