Dr. Andrea Malizia
Andrea Malizia is a Researcher in Nuclear Measures and Instrumentations the Department of Biomedicine and Prevention, University of Rome Tor Vergata. He achieved his Bc.S. in 2003 and the Ms.S. in 2005 (cum laude) in Environmental Engineering both at the University of Rome Tor Vergata. Dr. Malizia defended his Ph.D. in Quantum Electronics and Plasma Physics in 2010; he later achieved in 2010 the postgraduate title in Protection against CBRNe events and, in 2017, he achieved his second PhD in Industrial Engineering at the University of Rome Tor Vergata. His field of research is related to nuclear measures and instrumentations and to the software to simulate radiological/nuclear dispersion/diffusion.
He serves as Assistant Professor in the bachelor degree courses of Applied and Medical Physics at the Faculty of Medicine and Surgery, University of Rome Tor Vergata. He is the Didactical Coordinator of the International Master Courses in Protection against CBRNe events (www.mastercbrn.com), cooperating with the most important national and international entities involved in the security and safety. He also lectures in the courses of Physics, Laser systems, Nuclear Fusion Energy and Measurements. He is author of more than 120 scientific papers on international and national Scientific Journal and Conference Proceedings; of 2 National Patents and of 3 books. He is also guest editor of special issues on CBRNe security and safety. He received two Research Awards for his research activities: “Premio Città e Sicurezza” (2007) and “Premio Sapio” (2011).