Here is the CV of Roberto Cingolani, Minister of Ecological Transition in the Draghi government

Here is the CV of Roberto Cingolani, Minister of Ecological Transition in the Draghi government

Here is the CV of Roberto Cingolani, new Minister of the Environment and Ecological Transition

Roberto Cingolani is the new Minister of the Environment and Ecological Transition, who absorbs the energy competences of other ministries and chairs the Inter-ministerial Committee for the coordination of the ecological transition. This was announced by the prime minister in charge Mario Draghi.

HERE'S THE CURRICULUM OF ROBERTO CINGOLANI

Roberto Cingolani has been Leonardo's Chief Technology & Innovation Officer since September 2019.

He graduated in Physics from the University of Bari and in 1989 the Postgraduate Diploma (PhD) in Physics from the Scuola Normale Superiore of Pisa.

He was researcher at the Max Planck Institut in Stuttgart (Germany), Visiting Professor at the Institute of Industrial Sciences of Tokyo University (Japan) and at Virginia Commonwealth University (USA).

In 2000 he was appointed Full Professor of Experimental Physics at the University of Lecce. In 2001 he founded and directed the National Nanotechnology Laboratory (NNL) of the INFM in Lecce.

In 2005 he founded the Italian Institute of Technology (IIT) of Genoa of which he will be Scientific Director until his appointment as Chief Technology & Innovation Officer of Leonardo.

Cingolani was awarded the titles of Alfiere del Lavoro in 1981 and Commander of the Italian Republic in 2006. He is the author or co-author of over 1000 publications in international journals and has over 100 patents to his credit.


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