SCOTTI MASSIMO

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SCOTTI MASSIMO

Professori a contratto
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Alla fine di ogni lezione o previo appuntamento via e-mail, utilizzando la mail istituzionale degli studenti: @studenti.uninsubria.it 

Gli indirizzi e-mail del docente sono massimo.scotti@uninsubria.itmassimo.scotti@polimi.it

 

Dipartimento di Chimica, Materiali e Ingegneria Chimica "Giulio Natta"

Politecnico di Milano

Via Mancinelli, 7

20131 Milano-Italia

ufficio 7.3.1

ph.: +39-0223993050

fax: +39-0223993180

https://www.mecheng.polimi.it/contatti/

https://www.uninsubria.it/hpp/massimo.scotti

 

   

Actual position:

Adjunct professor from 2005 at Department CMIC "Giulio Natta" - Politecnico di Milano

Adjunct professor from 2015 at Department DBSV - Università degli Studi dell’Insubria-Varese

University Teaching Activities:

  • 2015-actual position:  General and Inorganic Chemistry for Biotechnology and Biological Sciences, Università degli Studi dell’Insubria-Varese
  • 2010-2011: Physical Industrial Chemistry II for Industrial Chemistry, Università degli Studi dell’Insubria-Como
  • 2005-actual position: Chemistry, Science and Technology of Materials for Civil and Environmental Engineering; Environmental Chemistry for Civil and Environmental Engineering, and Chemistry for Mechanical Engineering, Transportation and Logistic Engineering, Politecnico di Milano.
  • 200 annual practical courses of General, Inorganic, Environmental, Advanced Chemistry, and Physical Chemistry for engineering students at the Politecnico di  Milano: Campuses Leonardo, Bovisa, Piacenza, Como, and Lecco.
  • 35 Seminars Tutoring of Chemistry for Engineering.
  • 2000–2001: a one-year experience as a tutor with the first Italian Online Graduation Course by Politecnico di Milano.

Education, training and career path:

2000-2003: Researcher (temporary position) at Dept CMIC of Politecnico di Milano.

1997-1998: Editorial contribution to “Quaderni del Club Leonardo”, technical science revue, edited by Syntagma for Zambon (pharmaceutical group) and for Technical Science Museum “Leonardo da Vinci”.

May 1996 – October 2000: Axa, CEPU, Milan

Position: Tutor and Coordinator of University students

Teacher of following courses: General and Inorganic Chemistry - Physical Chemistry - Analytic Chemistry - Industrial Chemical Plants - Thermodynamics, Heat and mass transfer - Metallurgy.

March 1995 - May 1996: High School I.T.I.S. A. Volta, Monza

Position: Teacher of Chemistry - Physics - Materials Technology.

October 1995 - February 1996: Physical Chemistry and Electrochemistry Dept, Università degli Studi di Milano Statale.

Position: Teaching assistant of my thesis professor (Professor Ragaini)

Graded homework and supported and supported thesis writers in organizing and suggesting their proposals.

Hydrogen chemisorption analyses by using ruthenium catalysts regulary used for Fischer and Tropsch synthesis.

Academic Year 1994-95: Master Degree in Chemistry at the University of Milan, specialising in Physical Chemistry, Electrochemistry, and Metallurgy.

Subject of thesis: “Study of NOx adsorption properties on amorphous and crystallines copper catalysts”.

Development of a new calculation programme of catalysts thermodynamic parameters.

Supervisors: Prof. Vittorio Ragaini, professor of Industrial Chemical Plants, and  Prof. Paolo Carniti, professor of Physical Chemistry.

Developed expertise:

Chemisorption and Physisorption techniques by using Sorptomatic 1900. These instruments utilize Milestone 100 and Milestone 200 (Fisons Instruments) as data entry programmes.

T.P.D. techniques (QTMD-Fisons Instruments).

July 1985: Upper School leaving certificate scientific Liceo: “Paolo Frisi”, Monza (Italy).