FORMAGGIO FERNANDO

Contacts
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Structure Department of Chemical Sciences
Telephone 0498275277
Qualification Professore ordinario
Scientific sector CHIM/06 - ORGANIC CHEMISTRY
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Office hours
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Proposals for thesis
SCIENZE E TECNOLOGIE ALIMENTARI
Proposte per l'elaborato finale della LAUREA TRIENNALE.

1) Coloranti alimentari: caratteristiche chimico-fisiche e normativa.
2) Proprietà antibatteriche del miele
3) Emulsionanti usati negli alimenti.
4) Conservanti alimentari: caratteristiche chimico-fisiche e normativa.
5) Le carni rosse fanno male?
6) Aloysia citriodora (erba Luigia): profumo di limone ed ottimo digestivo.
7) Contenuto di omega-6 e omega-3 nella frutta secca
8) Proteine delle bistecche di soia
9) Ingredienti del latte di riso, di mandorle e di soia
10) Molecole attive delle spezie: pepe, aglio, chiodi di garofano, ecc..

CHIMICA E CHIMICA INDUTRIALE
Proposte per la Tesi di LAUREA MAGISTRALE

1) Peptidi ad antività antibatterica ed antitumorale (collaborazione con Marta De Zotti, Barbara Biondi e Cristina Peggion).
2) Peptidi a conformazione controllata per applicazioni spettroscopiche e nel settore fotovoltaico (collaborazione con Marco Crisma e Marta De Zotti).
3) Indumenti antimicrobici (collaborazione con Cristina Peggion).
4) Molecole ibride peptide-basi azotate per studiare auto-assemblaggi e realizzare dispositivi molecolari (collaborazione con Marta De Zotti).

Curriculum Vitae
Fernando Formaggio graduated in Chemistry at the University of Padova in 1985. After serving in the Italian army (mandatory), from 1986 to 1988 he was research fellow at the University of Louisville (Ky, USA) in the laboratory of Prof. A. F. Spatola, where he studied the effect of the amide bond (-CO-NH-) replacement with the corresponding reduced moiety (-CH2-NH-) in analogs of the natural peptide Leu-enkephalin. He was then high-school teacher of Organic and Biological Chemistry until 1990, when he joined the group of prof. Claudio Toniolo at the University of Padova. Since 2006 he has been Professor of Organic Chemistry in the same University.
In 1992 he spent a month in the laboratories of DSM Research (The Netherlands) to synthesize new C-alpha-tetrasubstituted alpha-amino acids in an optically pure form, exploiting a chemo-enzymatic approach developed by DSM. In 1996 he was awarded the “A. Mion” prize for chemists from the University of Padova.

He was thesis supervisor of numerous students. He also co-tutored a Ph.D. thesis of a French student (University of Versailles) and was member of judging committees for the final examination of foreign (Strasbourg, France; Trømso, Norway; Leuven, Belgium) and Italian (Bologna and Florence) Ph.D. students.
From 2008 until 2011 he directed the Course of Specialization in Chemistry for high school teachers. In 2008 he chaired the judging commission for the qualification exam for professional Chemists.
He is member of the European Peptide Society and the Italian Chemical Society (SCI).
He was for six years in the Executive Board of the "Chemistry of Biological Systems" Division of SCI. He is currently President of the Veneto Section of SCI.

His main research interests focus on peptides containing Cα-tetrasubstituted α-amino acids. In particular, he has been studying the biological relevance of these peptides and the possibility to exploit them as rigid scaffolds for applications in spectroscopy, electrochemistry, material sciences and bio-organic chemistry. He is co-author of about 300 “ISI” research papers and one patent.
He participated in numerous sponsored research projects and was scientific coordinator of a PRIN 2004 and a PRIN 2010(Italian Ministry of Research), of a French-Italian Ph. D. project (VINCI 2005) and of a PRAT 2007 (University of Padova). He recently participated to a COST Action (European Union) as a national representative.
He presented the results of his research at many international meetings. He was also invited to deliver seminars in foreign scientific institutions (University of Leipzig, Germany, 2002; University of Trømso, Norway, 2003; University of Gwangju, South Korea, 2007). He held seminars at schools for Ph.D. students (Potenza, Italy, 2004; Perugia, Italy, 2006; Milan, Italy, 2013).

List of taught course units in A.Y. 2017/18
Degree course code Degree course track Course unit code Course unit name Credits Year Period Teacher in charge
AV2378 COMMON AVP7077507 APPLIED CHEMISTRY AND BIOCHEMISTRY
Details for students enrolled in A.Y. 2017
11 1st Year First semester
AG0057 COMMON AGN1029250 ORGANIC AND BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
Details for students enrolled in A.Y. 2017
8 1st Year Second semester FERNANDO FORMAGGIO
SC1156 COMMON SCP3052625 ORGANIC CHEMISTRY PART 2
Details for students enrolled in A.Y. 2016
11 2nd Year First semester FERNANDO FORMAGGIO
SC1157 COMMON SC19101372 ORGANIC CHEMISTRY PART 2
Details for students enrolled in A.Y. 2016
10 2nd Year First semester FERNANDO FORMAGGIO


Responsibility of other activity for A.Y. 2017/18
Degree course code Degree course track Course unit code Course unit name Credits Year Period Teacher in charge
SC1170 COMMON SCP5071179 ENGLISH LANGUAGE 2
Details for students enrolled in A.Y. 2016
3 2nd Year First semester FERNANDO FORMAGGIO
SC1170 COMMON SCP4065430 EDUCATIONAL INTERNSHIP
Details for students enrolled in A.Y. 2016
6 2nd Year First semester FERNANDO FORMAGGIO