Jun. Prof. Dr. Marialore Sulpizi

Jun.-Prof. Dr. Marialore Sulpizi 
Main Research Fields

My current research focuses on computational chemical and biological physics of condensed molecular systems, such as liquids, macromolecules and interfaces, using a wide variety of methods ranging from first principles molecular dynamics, to force field-based and mixed Quantum Mechanics/ Molecular Mechanics -based MD. Current projects includes: (i) understanding structure and reactivity of interfaces, with particular focus on oxide/water, water/vapour and water/hydrophobic interfaces; (ii) vibrationalmspectroscopy from first principles, in particular surface specific Sum Frequency Generation from Molecular dynamics simulations

Scientific Career

Since 2010  Junior Professor of Condensed Matter Theory (W1) at the JGU Mainz
2005 - 2010 Postdoctoral fellow at the University of Cambridge (UK)
2001 - 2004 Postdoctoral fellow at ETH Zurich and EPFL Lausanne (Switzerland)
1998 - 2001 Graduate studies of Condensed Matter Physics at SISSA (Italy)
2000 Teaching Qualification (Secondary Education, Italy)
1999 Magister Philosophiae in condensed Matter Physics (SISSA, Italy)
1998 Corso di perfezionamento in Fisica University of Rome La Sapienza, Italy
1992 - 1997 Undergraduate studies (Physics) at University of Rome La Sapienza, Italy
Scholarships, Awards and Honors

2010  Start-up Grant of 400.000 Euros from the Carl Zeiss Foundation for Computer Simulations in Material Science
2010 CINES: Gran Defi – Computational Grant 2.000.000 cpus hours
2006, 2007 ETISP and ETISP2: “Electron Transfer in Iron-Sulfur Proteins” Grants within DEISA Extreme Computing Initiative
2002 Postdoctoral Fellowship by the Swiss National Foundation (#21-5725099)
2000 Award winner of Progetto Giovani Ricercatori (young research award)
1998 Six months INFM research grant in the group of Prof. C. Di Castro