About Us - Gianluca Giorgi

  • Author: ChemViews
  • Published: 12 August 2010
  • Copyright: Wiley-VCH Verlag GmbH & Co. KGaA
  • Associated Societies: Società Chimica Italiana (SCI), Italy
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The Italian Chemical Society (SCI)


The Italian Chemical Society, officially founded in 1909, and located in Rome, has about 5 000 members, coming from the academic, scientific, and industrial worlds. It is the greatest scientific non-medical society in Italy. The society is organized into Scientific Divisions corresponding to areas of Chemistry, Sections connected to the different regions of Italy, and Groups related to chemical themes. Its primary aim is to disseminate and promote the chemical culture by establishing relationships between chemists and general society through journals, a web site, conferences and publications.


Prof. Gianluca Giorgi

University of Siena, Dept. of Chemistry
President MS Division SCI


Gianluca Giorgi, Ph.D. in Chemistry, is an Associate Professor of Organic Chemistry at the University of Siena, Italy. His research activities concern identification, structural characterization, isomeric and stereochemical differentiation of organic and bioorganic compounds by using different mass spectrometry based techniques, X-ray crystallography and theoretical methods.


He is a participant in European Community projects concerning education and research and he plays an active role in the organization of international workshops and congresses in the field of mass spectrometry.
He is the author of 128 publications in international journals, five book chapters and more than 130 communications to national and international meetings and congresses. He is a referee of international journals of organic chemistry and mass spectrometry.


Since 2008 he has been President of the Division of Mass Spectrometry of the Italian Chemical Society.

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