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Aerosol scientist

Stefano di Stasio, Italian aerosol scientist. Achievements include research on methods of light scattering and transmission-electron-microscopy applied to characterization of nanoparticles; contribution to the comprehension of soot-fractal-formation in flames; designer of prototype original facility for study of fuel jet atomization in high temperature and high pressure conditions. Member Gesselschaft fü Aerosolforschung.

Background

Stasio, Stefano di was born on March 9, 1961 in Caserta, Italy.

Education

Degree in electronic engineering, University Federico II, Naples, Italy, 1991. Doctor of Philosophy, University Federico II, Naples, Italy, 1999. Master of Science, Cefriel-Polytechnic, Milan, Italy, 1992.

Postgraduate, National Institute Applied Optics, Florence, Italy, 1995.

Career

Master fellow Cefriel, Milan, 1991-1992. Research fellow Italian National Research Council-Instituto Motori, Naples, 1993-1998, research scientist, since 1999. Chairman international aerosol symposium Russian Academy of Sciences, 1996.

Referee advisory board Institute Physics Public, Bristol, United Kingdom, since 1998, Elsevier-Science, Oxford, England, since 1998, Combustion Institute, Pittsburgh, 2000, Wilen-VCH, Weinheim, Germany, 1998.

Achievements

  • Achievements include research on methods of light scattering and transmission-electron-microscopy applied to characterization of nanoparticles. Contribution to the comprehension of soot-fractal-formation in flames. Designer of prototype original facility for study of fuel jet atomization in high temperature and high pressure conditions.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Contributor over 30 articles to professional journals, chapters to books, over 40 contributes to International Congress.

Membership

Member Gesselschaft fü Aerosolforschung.

Connections

Son of Domenico di Stasio and Annunziata D'Itollo. Married Fiammetta Severino, December 16, 1999.

father:
Domenico Stasio

spouse:
Fiammetta Severino