Professor Piero DiCarlo
Prof. Piero Di Carlo is a Visiting Professor at Harvard University (July-August 2016). He is assistant professor with Tenure of atmospheric sciences at the University “G. D’Annunzio” of Chieti-Pescara (Italy). He graduated (BS+MD) in Physics from University of L’Aquila (Italy) summa cum laude. His Ph.D. degree is in Physics with emphasis on atmospheric science from University of L’Aquila, with a year and half of study abroad at the Pennsylvania State University (USA). He held an appointment as a postdoctoral fellow and assistant professor at the University of L’Aquila. He developed a TD-LIF system for measurements of NO2 and organic nitrates, installed on-board the UK research aircraft BAe-146, and used in different filed campaigns. He was visiting professor at the University of York (UK) and at the Tokyo Metropolitan University (Japan). In 2011 he was the director of a summer school organized by a EU network of research aircrafts (EUFAR).