Giancarlo PERRINI

Adjunct Professor of [CHIM/12]
Office: Cittadella Universitaria, V.le A. Doria 6, 95125 Catania. Edificio 1 corpo A piano 0 Stanza 12 (A0/12)
Email: gperrini@unict.it
Phone: +39 095 738 5008
Mobile: 368220671
Office Hours: Wednesday from 16:00 to 17:00 .


Born in Catania in 1953. Graduated in Industrial Chemistry in 1979 (110 magna cum laude) at the University of Catania. Qualified to practice the chemistry profession in 1980.
Researcher since 1983 and confirmed researcher since 1986.
Teaching activity: He has attended numerous graduates in the conduct of Bachelor's Thesis.
He has held official courses in Chemistry Laboratory, Organic Chemistry Laboratory, Environmental Chemistry, Environmental Chemistry Laboratory and Cultural Heritage, Environmental Organic Chemistry and Ecotoxicology and, at present, Environmental Chemistry Applied
School of Excellence: Master of Environmental Impact Assessment
Teaching assignment: course of "Instrumental analysis for environmental monitoring"
Engagement in POR projects Sicilia: Coordinator for the training course for research on contaminated sites, POR Sicilia 2000/2006 - measure 3.13
Scientific activity: the research carried out is the subject of 46 publications, communications to national and international conferences
Research topics: 1) solvent effects and reaction mechanisms 2) environmental chemistry and in particular: analysis of organic micro-pollutants, use of bioindicators, composition and effects of ultrafine particles. He has participated in PRIN Programs from 2004 to 2006, and from 2011 to 2013.

 

 


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Recent research activities concerned the reclamation of contaminated sites and the measurement and the chemical characterization of micrometric and sub-micrometric particles.

Submicrometric (respiratory) particles carry toxic and mutagenic organic substances into the body. Therefore, studies on the chemical composition are in progress in relation to the size (0.02-0.5 micron) and the origin of these particles.

Research is also ongoing about the spread of inorganic and organic nanoparticles, which are responsible for serious pathologies and on which limited information is available. Also, virtually no concentration data is available in our area.