Enrichi Francesco He is a Physicist, PhD in Materials Science, with about 20 years’ experience in research and technology transfer. He has been Vinnmer Marie Curie Fellow at Luleå University of Technology, Research Fellow at Ca’ Foscari University of Venice and at Enrico Fermi Centre in Rome, and Director of the Optical Laboratory in Veneto Nanotech, the Italian Cluster for Nanotechnologies. His research interests are mainly in the field of luminescent materials, from nanophosphors to glass-ceramic coatings, with applications in sensors and biosensors, lighting, solar cells, anticounterfeiting and cultural heritage. Since November 2019 he is researcher at CNR-ISP (National Research Council -Institute for Polar Sciences), where he joins the expertise in nanostructured materials and sensors with the fascinating and challenging world of the polar environments. During his career, he published more than 100 research papers and a few book chapters, and he edited a book published by Elsevier on materials and strategies for solar cells. Moreover, he presented several invited oral contributions at international conferences, and he was involved in conferences’ organizing committees. He is regularly acting as contract professor for university courses, expert evaluator for the EU Commission and supervisor of PhD and Master students. Few years ago, he deposited an Italian patent and filed international extensions, founding in 2012 an innovative startup, still active in the market. He has the Italian qualification as full professor (ASN – prima fascia) in various fields of Physics and Chemistry and he is member of the Energy Group Committee of the Institute of Physics (IoP).

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Filiciotto Francesco He participated as scientific coordinator and/or collaborator in the following Research Projects: SOS-BASS-PRIN; ELENO-PONANT within ARICE; VECNA; MARE-ERASMUS+ PLNRDA 2017-2019; MSFD, Dir. 2008/56/EC; SySTeMiC-University of the South Pacific; BYCATCH VII-MIPAAF; CAIMAR JOINT LABORATORY; IRSES-RECOMPRA; Environmental monitoring CNR-AMP Isole Pelagie; “EMSO-MedIT”; BIOforIU; REMOTO-PO FESR; PESCATEC- PON; RITMARE-MIUR; TESEO-PON; CALYPSO- Italy-Malta; ICT for the Excellence of the Territories; STROAM- Italy-Russia. He participated in numerous national and international scientific expeditions at sea as mission leader and/or member of the scientific staff. Member of scientific expeditions in the Arctic for the collection of acoustic data and at the geographic North Pole. Responsible for the Laboratory of Acoustic Biodiversity and Marine Ecology (BioSoundEcology Lab) at CNR-ISP, Messina; Responsible for Agreements between CNR and Universities; he carried out teaching activities at the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine of Messina; evaluator of project proposals ARTA, MIUR, PO FEP, POR FESR; he took part as president and/or member in about 50 competition commissions for different positions in the research profiles; he participated as a speaker in more than 30 National/International Conferences; he held the position of Responsible for personnel with Research Grant, Scholarship, Thesis and Internship pre- and post-graduate. He is co-author of more than 40 international publications on ISI scientific journals and more than 80 publications among national scientific journals, proceedings, books, project reports, technical reports and patents filed.

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Fioretti Anna Maria Anna Maria Fioretti graduated in Geology at the University of Padua (Italy) in 1983 and in 2007 she obtained a Master in Science Communication. Since 1985 she has been working for the National Research Council (CNR) at the Center for the Study of the Eastern Alps that afterwards became part of the Institute of Geosciences and Earth Resources. Her scientific activity focused on the genesis and evolution of magmas and extraterrestrial rocks (meteorites). She took part in three expeditions in Antarctica within the Italian National Antarctic Research Program.
She was member of the Polar Research Committee of the CNR (CRP) and of the National Scientific Committee for Antarctica (CSNA). In 2017-2021 she was appointed as Science Attaché at the Embassy of Italy in Australia. Back to Italy, she was seconded at General Directorate for Global Affairs of the Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MAECI) as an expert on Antarctic matters.
After retiring, she is now continuing her cooperation with the MAECI, on a voluntary basis, and she represents the CNR in the Strategic Board of the Ice-Memory Foundation.

Frangipani Claudia Bachelor's and Master's degree in Chemistry at Università degli studi di Perugia, with both thesis projects focused on the analysis of data from an environmental monitoring station. The study on atmospheric Black Carbon continued at the same university for a few months after graduation.
From November 2021 she is a PhD student at Università G. D'Annunzio di Chieti-Pescara, with a project revolving around the study of radiation budget and cloud cover in Antarctica and carried out at the CNR-ISP in Bologna.

Frassati Stefano 37th-cycle Ph.D. candidate in polar sciences at Ca' Foscari University Venice and summa cum laude graduate in environmental chemistry at the University of Turin. The PhD project is focused on the study of photochemical activity of natural and anthropogenic compounds in alpine and polar snow.

Frezzotti Massimo Since July 2019 is Full Professor at Department of Science of the University Roma Tre. From 1983 to 2019 was Senior Researcher at ENEA. In the period 1983-1990 he worked on geological research for nuclear power sites and on glacial, aeolian and alluvial deposits in order to study paleoclimatic variations in Central Italy. Since 1985 he has been working on glaciology and remote sensing, applied to the study of cryosphere and climate variability of East Antarctica.

He has joined 15 PNRA expeditions to Antarctica. Since 1992 Principal investigator of 10 projects on ice sheet mass balance and 1000 years evolution of East Antarctica for the Antarctic Italian Program as well as member of the Steering committee of the Concordia Station, SCAR/IGBP ITASE, ISMASS, IPICS e EuroPICS programs. Since 2014 is President of Italian Glaciological Committee. His publication list comprises more than 100 peer-reviewed papers. He is referee of several international Journals and research programme in the field of cryosphere and paleoclimate.

Gabrieli Jacopo I studied chemistry at the University of Padua and obtained a doctorate in Environmental Sciences from the universities of Venice and Grenoble. Researcher at the Institute of Polar Sciences of the CNR, for years I’ve been involved in the study of climatic archives in ice cores with the implementation of innovative analytical techniques. Mountaineer for work but above all for passion, I’ve participated in important research projects not only on Alpine glaciers, but also in Greenland, Antarctica and Svalbard Islands.

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Galli Giacomo Master’s degree in environmental sciences at the University of Pisa. After a two-months period at the National Natural history Museum in Luxembourg, and after a period spent as a research fellow in the University of Pisa, I enrolled in the Polar Science Ph.D. program at the university of Ca’Foscari in Venice. My research revolves around paleoenvironmental reconstruction in Antarctica’s fjord utilizing calcareous microfossils.

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Gambaro Andrea Full Professor at the Ca’ Foscari University of Venice. Since 2003 he has supervised teaching activities in the Degree Courses in Chemistry, in Chemical Sciences for Conservation and Restoration (SCCR), in Materials Science and Technologies and in Environmental Sciences. His research is focused mainly on: 1) studies on the origin, seasonal evolution and environmental fate of organic sulfur compounds of biological origin (dimethyl sulfide, carbon sulfide and dimethyl sulfonyopropionate) produced in the aquatic system; 2) development of analytical methodologies for the determination of organic micro pollutants (PCB, PAH, PCN, PBDE, PCDD, PCDF, IA) in environmental matrices (water, sediment, atmospheric aerosol) by gas chromatography coupled to both low and high resolution mass spectrometry; 3) development of analytical methodologies for the determination of natural organic compounds (amino acids, sugars, methoxyphenols, algal and fungal toxins, etc.. ) and anthropic (fragrances, aromatic pollutants) in water, biota, aerosol, snow and ice by liquid chromatography coupled with mass spectrometry for the study of local, global contamination and climate change. This activity has led to collaborations with various research groups (Griffith University, Australia; University of Charleston, U.S.A.; Boston College, U.S.A.; University of Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina; University of Belgrade, Serbia; Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece; University of Rijeka, Croatia; University of Tirana, Albania, etc.. ).
As part of the National Antarctic Research Programme he was responsible for Research Unit (UO) in 2004-2006; Principal Investigator in 2010-2012; responsible of UO in 2013-2014 and since 2016.
The research activity has led to the publication of over 140 publications of which 126 appear on SCOPUS, 10 chapters of books and about 200 communications at national and international conferences (h-index= 30).

Genuzio Giulia She is a PhD student in Polar Science at Ca’ Foscari University of Venice. Her PhD project is focused on the analysis of organic compounds and trace elements present in ice cores to reconstruct the evolution of the anthropogenic footprint. In April 2021, she successfully graduated in Environmental Sciences following international curriculum “Global environmental change” at the same university. During her master thesis, she worked on paleofire reconstructions through the analysis of organic compounds present in traces within an Australian stalagmite.

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