Innovare in salute e sicurezza: progetti e percorsi in Azienda
Prof.ssa Maria Sabrina Sarto (Università degli Studi di Roma "La Sapienza") - Dott. Sergio Iavicoli (INAIL - DiMEILA)
Maria Sabrina Sarto pursued the Laurea Degree in Electrical Engineering in 1992 and the PhD in Electrical Engineering in 1998 at Sapienza University of Rome. She has been Full Professor of Electrical Engineering at Sapienza University of Rome, the Department of Astronautic, Electrical and Energy Engineering (DIAEE), since 2005. She has been: Scientific Director of the Laboratory of Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) of DIAEE since 1998; Director of the EMC-Nanotechnology Lab of DIAEE since 2005; from 2006 to 2015 Director of the Research Center for Nanotechnology Applied to Engineering of Sapienza (CNIS), from 2011 to 2016 Scientific Director of Sapienza Nanotechnology and Nanoscience Laboratory, since 2015 Deputy-Rector for “Infrastructures and tools for research of excellence” at Sapienza University, since 2016 Director of the Dept. of Astronautics, Electrical and Energy Engineering (DIAEE).
Prof. Sarto has been teaching the courses of: "Electrical Engineering" for the Laurea Degree in Aerospace Engineering since 1996, the course of "Electromagnetic Compatibility" for the Master Degree in Electrical Engineering since 2008, the course of "Design of micro / nano electrical and electromagnetic devices" for the Master of Degree in Engineering Nanotechnology since 2009.
Her research is framed in the field of electromagnetic compatibility (EMC), nanotechnologies and carbon-based nanomaterials for applications in electrical engineering, electronics, aerospace, sensing, energy harvesting; nanostructured multifunctional materials for use in cultural heritage, sensing, energy, and biotechnology. She is the author of more than 160 scientific articles in international journals and proceedings of highly qualified international conferences and of several Italian and international patents in the field of nanomaterials and graphene-based multifunctional materials, of one US patent on graphene-filled composite for application as radar absorbing materials.
She has received during his career numerous scientific awards and prizes. In 2010, she was appointed Fellow of the IEEE (Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineering) for outstanding contribution in the field of "Advanced Materials for Electromagnetic Compatibility."
SERGIO IAVICOLI, MD PhD
He got his medical degree and Residency Program in Occupational Medicine at the University of Rome “Sapienza”. He completed his PhD (Occupational Health and Industrial Toxicology), at University of Cagliari. He was Research Fellow at School of Public Health, University of California Berkeley (1995-1996).
Currently he is Director of the Research Department of Occupational and Environmental Medicine, Epidemiology and Hygiene of the Italian Workers’ Compensation Authority (INAIL) - World Health Organization Collaborating Centre (WHO CC). Since 2003, he is Secretary General of the International Commission on Occupational Health ICOH and President of the European Academy of Occupational Health Psychology (EAOHP) since 2012. Member of the Editorial Board of several scientific journals, book series and encyclopedias.
Member of national/international Committees including the Advisory Committee of the Global Network of WHO Collaborating Centers in Occupational Health, Member of the Partnership for European Research on Occupational Safety and Health (PEROSH) Steering Committee. He was awarded as Fellow of the Collegium Ramazzini in 2018, Honorary Fellow of the Faculty of Occupational Medicine - Royal College of Physicians of Ireland in 2012 and “Profesor Extraordinario en la condicion de Visitante” Universidad Catolica de Santa Maria (UCSM), Arequipa, Perù in 2016.
His research activity has been focusing on Stress and Psychosocial risk factors, Innovative Technologies, Aging, Occupational Cancer, Research Priorities and strategies, Cost Effectiveness of OSH interventions, OSH policies.
He is author of more than 800 publications including more than 200 in journals with impact factor.