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Antigone Marino
Italian National Research Council



Antigone Marino is researcher at the Institute of Applied Sciences and Intelligent Systems (ISASI) of the Italian National Research Council (CNR). She received her master in Physics in 2000, and the research doctorate in New Technologies in 2004, both at the Physical Science Department of Federico II University of Naples, in Italy.
Her research activities have been concentrated on the light matter interaction.
She collaborates with many scientific societies. In 2006 she founded the International OSA Network of Students (IONS) project, born from the collaboration between European OSA chapters. In 2010 she joined the European Physical Society and started the Young Minds project, being from 2013 to 2016 its chair.
Nowadays she is member of the Board of Directors of the Italian Physical Society (SIF), member of the Board of Directors of the OSA Foundation, vice president of the IIEEE Photonics Society Italy Chapter, member of the editorial advisory board of EuroPhysics News (EPN), Journal of the Optical Society (JOSAA) and the Giornale di Fisica.
She received several awards and recognitions. In 2015 she won the OSA 2015 Outstanding Young Professionals Award of the Optical Society. In 2016 she has been awarded OSA Ambassador. In 2017 she won the European Physical Society “Achievement Award”.
Thanks to her experience in science, she has set up a course for PhD students on professional development, ranging from the topics of soft skills to scientific communication, passing through social media, outreach and all the non-technical aspects necessary in scientific professions.

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Document Created: 26 Apr 2021
Last Updated: 26 Apr 2021