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Research activity focus on Food Chemistry, mainly on the study and quantification of trace components or nutraceuticals from complex matrices, mainly foodstuff, but also on the study of phytochemistry and biological activity of medicinal plants. Research experience is mostly involved in pre-purification techniques, i.e. liquid-liquid extraction, Solid-phase extraction (SPE), Solid-phase-microextraction (SPME), food or plant sampling techniques coupled with the use of instrumental analytics techniques. I achieved a great experience on liquid chromatography and gas chromatography techniques coupled with different detectors, such as DAD and practically all kind of mass spectrometers available like single quadrupole, qudrupole ion-trap, LTQ-Orbitrap, Triple Quadrupole, Q-TOF and TOF, combined with various ionization sources like ESI, APPI, APCI, Nano-electrospray, Chip and MALDI.
Claudio joined the University of Camerino (Italy) in February, 2008 as a Researcher in Sedimentology and Stratigraphy. His personal expertise lies in the field of sedimentary geology, specifically: basin analysis, field mapping and sequence stratigraphy applied to outcrop successions. He received his degree in Geology from the University of Camerino in 1995 and his PhD from the University of Pisa in 2002. In September 2003 Claudio returned to the University of Camerino to undertake a postdoctoral research (Assegno di Ricerca) investigating the high-resolution sequence stratigraphic framework of Miocene, Pliocene, and Pleistocene shallow-marine clastic successions exposed in central Italy, Ecuador, and northern Chile. He then moved to the University of Liverpool (from April 2006 to January 2008) as a postdoctoral research associate to work with Steve Flint and his group on the depositional architecture, internal fills styles, and sequence stratigraphic framework of slope channel-levee complexes exposed in the Laingsburg depocenter of the Karoo Basin (South Africa). During the last years (2008-present) his research has mainly focused on the role played by external controls (tectonics, climate, sea-level change, and sediment supply) on the nature and timing of deepwater deposition, characterization of deepwater reservoir outcrop analogues, and application of hierarchical stacking patterns in deepwater sequence stratigraphy.
Fabio Marchetti received an MSc degree in chemistry (1991) and a PhD in chemistry (1996) from the University of Camerino, Italy. Then he joined the University of Camerino as a researcher, in 2002 he became associate Professor and in 2011 full Professor of General and Inorganic Chemistry at the School of Science and Technology at the University of Camerino. His main research interests are coordination and bioinorganic chemistry and the focus of his work in recent years has been investigations of structure–activity relationships of biologically active transition metal complexes of acylpyrazolones and their possible applications.