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Daniele Paradiso

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Degree: Doctoral Degree
Career Level: Entry Level
Occupation: Life, Physical, and Social science
Career Title: Chemists, Materials Scientists, Physical Scientists, All Other
Target Title: Research Scientist, Field Applications Scientist/Process Engineer
Target Locations: Atlanta, GA , Chicago, IL , Raleigh, NC
Skills: research;materials;chemist;innovation;development;technology;
Daniele Paradiso is Research Scientist, Field Applications Scientist/Process Engineer(Life, Physical, and Social science) from Knoxville,TN United States.


University of Tennessee , United States
08/2014 - current
Ph.D. Candidate/Teaching Assistant
- Enthusiastic and self-driven scientist, inclined to problem solving, with 4 years of applied experience through 3 different projects, leading to relevant results in depositing nanoparticles on oxide substrates to produce 3 or more advanced materials for optoelectronic and catalytic applications. - Goal-oriented and proficient with budgeting, as well as comfortable to work in a team environment and extremely collaborative.
- Creative thinker with relevant technical skills and knowledge, currently developing a methodology to perform the selective deposition of metal particles on ceramic substrates, already resulted in 2 conference presentations. - Proficient in troubleshooting a variety of applied problems, including optimized use of gas-solid adsorption/desorption for the characterization of materials and surfaces, with presentations at 3 conferences. - Self-starter, independently created a MATLAB script for the analysis of nanomaterials pore size distribution, obtained with 3 different gases. - Possessing comprehensive communication skills, as a result of teaching and assisting students in 5 different undergraduate courses in the physical sciences.
University of Tennessee , United States
10/2013 - 03/2014
Research Collaborator
- Worked with physical adsorption and neutron scattering techniques to pursue the study of novel biological materials for energy storage, leading to first-time determination of their low-temperature adsorption properties, also resulted in 1 publication.


University of Milan , , United States
10/2008 - 02/2012
Degree: Bachelor's Degree
Broad preparation in physics with thesis work in experimental nuclear physics.
University of Milan , , United States
02/2012 - 03/2014
Degree: Master's Degree
Concentration in condensed matter physics with thesis work in physical chemistry.
University of Tennessee , , United States
08/2014 - current
Degree: Doctoral Degree
Major:Physical Chemistry
Gained experience and achieved relevant results in physical vapor deposition of metal particles on metal oxide substrates, as well as porous structure analysis of energy-related materials. Broad hands-on experience and troubleshooting attitude.

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