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Alessandro Lo Giudice

Alessandro LO GIUDICE was born in Torino (Italy) on 1970. He obtained the PhD in Physics in 2000. From 2002 to 2007 he was researcher at INFM (National Institute of Materials Physics). He works at the Department of Physics of the University of Torino since 2008. He reached the position of Associate Professor in Applied Physics in 2016.

He was supervisor of about 30 degree thesis and of 5 Ph.D. thesis. He is leader of the archaeometric team at the Physics Department and he is the local coordinator of the INFN (National Institute for Nuclear Physics) network on cultural heritage (CHNet). He has been responsible for the University of Torino in several research projects with Italian research institutions.

The research activity is mainly based on archaeometric studies, material characterization and development of new analysis techniques/instruments for diagnostic in cultural heritage field.

The scientific contributions have been presented in 110 publications in peer refereed international journals with about 1400 citations, and an h index=21, according to Scopus/ISI. A list of published papers can be found at ResearchID: http://www.researcherid.com/rid/J-4567-2012.

Within the BE-ARCHAEO project he is among the key-people for the University of Torino.