Marco Mandurrino
Salbertrand, Val di Susa (Torino), Piedmont, Italy



Marco Mandurrino Curriculum Vitae

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Personal Information

Nationality: Italian
Date and Place of Birth: January 1984, Pinerolo (Torino), Italy
Languages: Italian (mother tongue), English (professional use)

Education

2017:
Ph.D. in Electronic Engineering, Program in Electronic Devices (Compagnia di San Paolo doctoral funding), Politecnico di Torino, Italy
2013:
M.Sc. in Engineering Physics, Politecnico di Torino, Italy
2009:
B.Sc. in Physics, Università degli Studi di Torino, Italy
2001:
Solfeggio diploma, Conservatorio di Torino, Italy

Current Positions

2023-present:
Senior Research Fellow at INFN for designing and characterizing monolithic CMOS sensors
2006-present:
Professional musician (composer, conductor, pianist)

Previous Positions

2020-2022:
Research Fellow at INFN Torino for developing and designing silicon particle detectors
2018-2020:
Researcher and Principal Investigator (PI) for the RSD project at INFN Torino
2019:
Visiting Researcher at the SSD-Lab at CERN, EP-DT (Experimental Physics, Detector Technology) Department
2017-2018:
Post-Doctoral Researcher in the field of silicon particle detectors at INFN Torino

Grants and Awards

2020:
Recipient of the “2020 IEEE NSS/MIC Trainee Grant” to attend the 2020 IEEE Nuclear Science Symposium (virtual)
2019:
Recipient of the “2019 IEEE NSS/MIC Trainee Grant” to attend the 2019 IEEE Nuclear Science Symposium in Manchester, UK
2018:
Recipient of the “2018 IEEE NSS/MIC Trainee Grant” to attend the 2018 IEEE Nuclear Science Symposium in Sydney, Australia
2017:
First ranked at the national call “2017 INFN Young Researchers Grant” to award projects funding
2014:
Recipient of a doctoral scholarship awarded by the Compagnia di San Paolo to fund the program on Electronic Devices

Responsibility Roles

2024:
Chair/Convener of the simulation session at the 1st DRD3 Collaboration Week at CERN
2024-present:
Convener of the “WG 4 - Simulation” within the DRD3 Collaboration at CERN
2024-present:
INFN-Torino Contact Person for the WG 4 of the DRD3 Collaboration at CERN
2024-present:
Editor of the Special Topic “High-performance silicon sensors for particle tracking in 4 dimensions” of Frontiers in Physics
2023-present:
Member of the Associate Editor Board of the “Radiation Detectors and Imaging” Specialty Section of Frontiers in Physics
2018-present:
Reference person for Modeling, Simulation and Layout Design of Particle Detectors and for Process Simulation
2017-present:
Reviewer for Applied Physics Letters, Journal of Computational Electronics, IEEE Transactions on Nuclear Science, Physica Status Solidi A, Journal of Instrumentation, Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research Section A, Frontiers in Physics and Micromachines
2021-2023:
Editor of the Special Topic “Physics-based numerical modeling and design of particle detectors” of Frontiers in Physics
2019-2022:
Stage/Thesis Supervisor of undergraduate students in Physics at Università degli Studi di Torino, Italy
2018-2022:
Reference person of the Torino INFN Computational Cloud for RSD, UFSD and ARCADIA Experiments
2018-2020:
Head of the RSD project at INFN Torino
2019:
Representative speaker of the RD50 Collaboration at the CTD-WIT 2019 in Valencia, Spain
2018:
Local Committee Member at the 11th Workshop on Picosecond Timing Detectors for Physics and Applications (Torino, 16-18 May 2018)

Major Collaborations

2019-present:
Member of the ARCADIA and RD_MUCOL projects at INFN Torino
2016-present:
Member of CMS (until 2022), RD50, MUCOL, ALICE (from 2023) and DRD3 Collaborations at CERN
2018-2020:
Head of the RSD project at INFN Torino
2017-2022:
Member of the UFSD project and of FARE_R165XR8FRT and PRIN_2017L2XKJ Italian grants at INFN Torino

Teaching and Dissemination

2021:
Our first comprehensive book about fast silicon detectors has been published by Taylor & Francis
2020:
CERN Detector Seminar “Innovative silicon sensors for future trackers” about RSD
2019:
Ph.D. course (16 hours) on “Numerical simulation of silicon particle detectors” for physicists at Università degli Studi di Torino, Italy
2019:
Seminar on the numerical simulation of silicon particle detectors for Master students in Physics at Università degli Studi di Torino, Italy
2018:
Seminar on the numerical simulation of silicon particle detectors for Master students in Physics at Università degli Studi di Torino, Italy
2014:
Teaching Assistant (21 hours) of the laboratories on numerical simulation for Master students at Politecnico di Torino, Italy


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