Enrico Bodo

Full professor
Enrico Bodo graduated with honors in Chemistry on 21 May 1998 at the Sapienza University of Rome. He obtainedhis PhD in chemical sciences on February 25, 2002 with a thesis entitled "The Lithium chemistry in the early Universe: quantum treatment of interactions and dynamics". In 2001, he was visiting fellow of the Harvard Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics in Cambridge (MA, USA) under the supervision of Prof. A. Dalgarno. He did a Post-Doc at the Chemistry Department of the University of Rome “Sapienza” from 2002 to 2004. Since 2004 he has been a researcher at the same Department. In the summer of 2007 he again visited ITAMP at the Harvard Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics. In 2015 and 2017 he was invited professor at the University of Paris Sud. EB became associate professor in 2014 and then full professor in physical chemistry in 2023. EB is co-author of 150 scientific publications in international journals (peer reviewed). He has accumulated more than 2800 citations in total with an h index of 30 (Scopus). He has participated in many international conferences as a speaker or invited speaker and in many other congresses and conferences. He was part of the organizing committee of various international and national conferences. EB In recent years, has received funding and research support from various entities. He has obtained from the EU several grants for the use of European computing centers for a total request of about 100 million computing hours. He has been an elected member of the Board of the Faculty of Science of the University of Rome La Sapienza and is currently an elected member of Elected member of the Board of the Theoretical and Computational Chemistry Division of the Italian Chemical Society. In recent years, EB has trained 10 PhD students, 4 postdocs and 30 Masters's student.
Research activity
Scientific area: 
Physical chemistry
Research activity: 
Material modeling; Ab-initio Molecular Dynamics; Classical Molecular Dynamics; Ionic Liquids;
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