Piero Di Carlo, Italian research scientist. Achievements include discovery that some trees emit more organic compounds than thought before, so in some areas the contribution of vegetation in the formation of pollution may be more than previously thought. Recipient Young Scientist award, Italian Minister University and Research, 2000; visiting scholar, Italian National Institute of Physics of Matter, 2000.
Carlo, Piero Di was born on January 14, 1970 in Pescara, Italy. Son of Sabatino Gabriele Di Carlo and Irma Palma.
Doctor of Philosophy, University Lódz'Aquila, Italy, 2001.
Research assistant University Lódz'Aquila, Coppito, Italy, 1997—2000, post-doc, 2002—2004, research associate, since 2004. Visiting scholar Pennsylvania State University, State College, 2000—2001.
Member of American Geophysical Union (associate).
Married Manuela Rastelli, April 25, 2000. Children: Gaia, Andrea.
Recipient Young Scientist award, Italian Minist...Recipient Young Scientist award, Italian Minister University and Research, 2000. Visiting scholar, Italian National Institute of Physics of Matter, 2000.