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Marco Lazzarino



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Marco Lazzarino got the degree in Physics from the University of Genoa (IT) and the Phd from the University of Groningen (NL). From 1992 to 1998 he worked on the electronic properties of semiconductor devices, including heterostructures, Schottky barriers, hybrid superconductor-semiconductor and 2D electron gas with INFM in Trieste and with SNS in Pisa, Italy.

Since 1999 he is a scientist with CNR-IOM laboratorio TASC, Trieste where initially worked in the field of scanning probe microscopy, nano-lithography and low temperature SNOM.

In 2003 a visiting period at Princeton University (NJ) triggered a new interest in the application of probe microscopy to life science and the development of micro and nanoelectromechanical systems for the detection and manipulation of biological molecules. Nanobiomechanics is still his current scientific activity.

He is also scientific coordinator of a the Nano-Bio-Analysis Laboratory of the Center for BioMedicine (CBM S.c.r.l. - Trieste) dedicated to the application of scanning probe microscopy to biology.

He is co-author of 100 papers on international journals.

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