MARANGON MATTEO

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Structure Department of Agronomy, Food, Natural Resources, Animals and the Environment
Qualification Ricercatore a tempo determinato di tipo B
Scientific sector AGR/15 - FOOD SCIENCES
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Proposals for thesis
- Modification of the grapevine physiology by elicitors as a tool to modulate plant growing patterns
- Modification of the grapevine physiology by elicitors as a tool to modulate grape composition and wine quality

Curriculum Vitae
2002: Bachelor of Science (Hons), Agricultural Sciences and Technologies. University of Padova
2004: Masters of Science, Agricultural Sciences and Technologies Summa cum laude. University of Padova
2008: PhD in Oenology (class of Food Science and Technology). University of Padova
2008 –2010. Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the The Australian Wine Research Institute, Adelaide, South Australia
2011 –2012: Research Scientist at The Australian Wine Research Institute, Adelaide, South Australia
2013 –2014: Senior Research Scientist at The Australian Wine Research Institute, Adelaide, South Australia
2014 –August 2016: Lecturer and MSc Viticulture & Oenology Programme Leader at
Plumpton College/University of Brighton, United Kingdom
1st September 2016 – Current: Researcher type B (SSD AGR/015), Università degli studi di Padova – DAFNAE - Legnaro (PD), Italy
Prior experience includes seven vintages as assistant winemaker in wineries of North-East of Italy. Matteo’s research is focussed on the study of wine colloids, particularly on investigating the structure of grape proteins, the interactions of wine protein with other wine components, and the mechanism of protein haze formation in wines, and has practical experience in turning that knowledge into alternative solutions to bentonite for protein stabilisation of white wines.

Research areas
Wine science and technology, wine stability, wine ageing, wine sensory characterization, food and wine pairing, wine quality

Publications
GAZZOLA D, VINCENZI S, MARANGON M, PASINI G, CURIONI A. 2017. Grape seed extract: the first plant-based fining agent endogenous to grapes. Aust. J. Grape Wine Res. In press

MARANGON M, NESBITT A, MILANOWSKI T. 2016. Global Climate Change and Wine Safety". In: Wine Safety, Consumer Preferences, and Human Health. Editors: M. Victoria Moreno-Arribas & Begoña Bartolomé Suáldea. Springer International Publishing, pp 97-116.

VAN SLUYTER SC, McRAE, JM, FALCONER, R J, SMITH, PA, BACIC, A, WATERS EJ, MARANGON M. 2015. Wine Protein Haze: Mechanisms of Formation and Advances in Prevention. J. Agric. Food Chem. 63, 4020-4030.

MARANGON M, VAN SLUYTER SC, WATERS EJ, MENZ RI. 2014. Structure of haze forming proteins in white wines: Vitis vinifera thaumatin-like proteins. PlosOne, 9(12), e113757.

LUCCHETTA M, POCOCK KF, WATERS EJ, MARANGON M. 2013. The use of zirconium dioxide during fermentation as an alternative to protein fining with bentonite for white wines. Am. J. Enol. Vitic. 64, 400–404.

MARANGON M, STOCKDALE VJ, MUNRO P, TRETHEWEY T, SCHULKIN A, HOLT HE, SMITH PA. 2013. Addition of carrageenan at different stages of winemaking for white wine protein stabilization. J. Agric. Food Chem. 61, 6516–6524.

GAZZOLA D, VAN SLUYTER SC, CURIONI A, WATERS EJ, MARANGON M. 2012. Roles of Proteins, Polysaccharides and Phenolics in Haze Formation in White Wine via Reconstitution Experiments. J. Agric. Food Chem. 60, 10666–10673.

MARANGON M, VAN SLUYTER SC, et al. 2012. Degradation of white wine haze proteins by Aspergillopepsin I and II during juice flash pasteurization. Food Chem. 135, 1157-1165.

MARANGON M, LUCCHETTA M, DUAN D, STOCKDALE VJ, HART A, ROGERS PJ, WATERS EJ. 2012. Protein removal from a Chardonnay juice by addition of carrageenan and pectin. Aust. J. Grape Wine Res. 18, 194-202.

MARANGON M, SAUVAGE F-X, WATERS EJ, VERNHET A. 2011. Effects of Ionic Strength and Sulfate upon Thermal Aggregation of Grape Chitinases and Thaumatin-like Proteins in a Model System. J. Agric. Food Chem. 59, 2652–2662.

MARANGON M, VAN SLUYTER SC, NEILSON KA, CHAN C, HAYNES PA, WATERS EJ, FALCONER RJ. 2011. Roles of Grape Thaumatin-like Protein and Chitinase in White Wine Haze Formation. J. Agric. Food Chem. 59, 733–740.

MARANGON M, LUCCHETTA M, WATERS EJ. 2011. Protein stabilization of white wines using zirconium dioxide enclosed in a metallic cage. Aust. J. Grape Wine Res. 17, 28-35.

VINCENZI S, MARANGON M, TOLIN S, CURIONI A. 2011. Protein evolution in a white wine during the early stages of winemaking and its relations with wine stability. Aust. J. Grape Wine Res. 17, 20-27.

FALCONER RJ, MARANGON M, et al. 2010. Thermal Stability of Thaumatin-like protein, Chitinase and Invertase Isolated from Sauvignon Blanc and Semillon Juice, and their Role in Haze Formation in Wine. J. Agric. Food Chem. 58, 975–980.

MARANGON M, VINCENZI S, LUCCHETTA M, CURIONI A. 2010. Heating and reduction affect the reaction with tannins of wine protein fractions differing in hydrophobicity. Anal. Chim. Acta 660, 110–118.

VAN SLUYTER SC, MARANGON M, et al. 2009. Two-Step Purification of Pathogenesis-Related Proteins from Grape Juice and Crystallization of Thaumatin-like Proteins. J. Agric. Food Chem. 57, 11376–11382.

MARANGON M, VAN SLUYTER SC, HAYNES PA, WATERS EJ. 2009. Grape and Wine Proteins: their Fractionation by Hydrophobic Interaction Chromatography and Identification by Chromatographic and Proteomic Analysis. J. Agric. Food Chem. 57, 4415-4425.

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List of taught course units in A.Y. 2018/19
Degree course code (?) Degree course track Course unit code Course unit name Credits Year Period Lang. Teacher in charge
AV2190 COMMON AVP5070079 8 1st Year Second
semester
ENG MATTEO MARANGON
AV2190 COMMON AVP7079977 6 2nd Year First
semester
ENG MATTEO MARANGON