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Giuseppe Mallia
Giuseppe Mallia
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Imperial
Materials Science
Physical Chemistry
Post Doc Researcher
Awarded
PhD in Material Science and Technology,
Faculty of Science, University of Turin, ITALY

Thesis: "Quantum mechanical ab initio techniques for the study of electronic properties in solids."

Award: 10/4/2003
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Undergraduate Teaching
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4th year Undergraduate Chemistry
- Lecture on "Spintronics and Spintronic Materials" (2 hours)
2011/2012 AUTUMN TERM: 13/12/2011
- Lecture on "Modelling of Defects" (2 hours)
2008/2009 AUTUMN TERM: 02/12/2008
- Lecture on "Spintronic materials. An example: doped TiO2" (2 hours)
2007/2008 AUTUMN TERM: 27/11/2007

3rd year Undergraduate Chemistry
- Demonstrating in Computational Laboratory (20 hours x 4 years)
Module:
"Quantum-mechanical simulation of the electronic structure in solids"
http://www.ch.ic.ac.uk/harrison/Group/Mallia/3year_lab_elec_str/index.html
2008/2009: 13/10/2008-29/05/2009
2007/2008 AUTUM TERM: 08/10/2007-19/10/2007
2006/2007 WINTER TERM: 12/02/2007-23/02/2007
2005/2006 WINTER TERM: 13/02/2006-24/02/2006

2nd year Undergraduate Chemistry
- Lecture: "Introduction to Computational Laboratory"
(1+1 hours x 2 groups x 2 years)
2009/2010 WINTER TERM: 18/01/2010, 01/02/2010, 22/02/2010, 08/03/2010
2008/2009 WINTER TERM: 19/01/2009, 02/02/2009, 23/02/2009, 09/03/2010
- Demonstrating in Computational Laboratory
(12 hours x 2 groups x 6 years)
Module: "The Free Energy and Thermal Expansion of MgO"
http://www.ch.ic.ac.uk/harrison/Teaching/Thermal_Expansion/index.html
2009/2010 WINTER TERM: 01/02/2010-05/02/2010, 08/03/2010-12/03/2010
2008/2009 WINTER TERM: 02/02/2009-06/02/2009, 09/03/2009-13/03/2009
2007/2008 WINTER TERM: 07/02/2008-12/02/2008, 28/02/2008-04/03/2008
2006/2007 WINTER TERM: 12/02/2007-16/02/2007, 05/03/2007-09/03/2007
2005/2006 WINTER TERM: 06/02/2006-10/20/2006, 27/02/2006-03/03/2006
2004/2005 AUTUM TERM : 15/11/2004-19/11/2004, 13/12/2004-17/12/2004
- Demonstrating in Computational Laboratory
(12 hours x 2 groups x 4 years)
Module:
"The Electronic Structure of Molecules, Polymers, Surface and Solids"
http://www.ch.ic.ac.uk/harrison/Group/Mallia/2year_lab_elec_str/html/index.html
2009/2010 WINTER TERM; 18/01/2010-22/01/2010, 22/02/2010-26/02/2010
2008/2009 WINTER TERM: 19/01/2009-23/01/2009, 23/02/2009-27/02/2009
2007/2008 WINTER TERM; 31/01/2008-05/02/2008, 21/02/2008-26/02/2008
2006/2007 WINTER TERM: 05/02/2007-09/02/2007, 26/02/2007-02/03/2007
Award for the Computational Laboratory:
Faculty of Natural Science Awards for Excellence
in Teaching in non-synthesis lab demonstrating, 2010

- Demonstrating in Problem Class
(6 hours x 2 groups x 3 years)
Module:
"Theoretical methods in chemistry: sequences, series, Morse potential,
harmonic harmonic approximation, vibrational modes"
2006/2007 WINTER TERM: 30/01/2007-01/02/2007, 20/02/2007-22/02/2007
2005/2006 WINTER TERM: 31/01/2006-02/02/2006, 21/02/2006-23/02/2006
2004/2005 AUTUMN TERM: 02/11/2004-04/11/2004, 30/11/2004-02/12/2004

- Demonstrating in Problem Class ( 3 hours x 2 groups x 1 years)
Module:
"Theoretical methods in chemistry: LCAO Theory of Ethene and Butadiene"
2006/2007 AUTUMN TERM: 07/11/2006, 5/12/2006

1st year Undergraduate Chemistry
Tutoring in Physical Chemistry in a group of 8 students
(~25 hours x 3 years)
2009/2010: 19/10/2009-26/5/2010
2008/2009: 21/10/2008-26/5/2009
2007/2008: 15/10/2007-30/5/2008

3rd year Undergraduate Materials Science
- Demonstrating in Material Laboratory I (50 hours)
Module: "Infra-red spectroscopy"
1998/1999 (grant for part-time collaboration activity)

2nd year Undergraduate Materials Science
- Demonstrating in Calculus and Programming Laboratory (100 hours)
Module: "Programming in Fortran and Matlab"


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Post Graduate Teaching
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MRes Nanomaterials - Chemistry
- Lecture on "Spintronics and Spintronic Materials" (2 hours)
2011/2012 AUTUMN TERM: 13/12/2011
- Lecture on ''Modelling of Defects'' (2 hours)
2008/2009 AUTUMN TERM: 02/12/2008
- Lecture on ''Spintronic materials. An example: doped TiO2'' (2 hours)
2007/2008 AUTUMN TERM: 27/11/2007

European Summerschool ''MSSC - Ab initio Modeling in Solid State Chemistry''
The School is addressed to PhD students, Post-Docs and researchers with interests
in solid state chemistry, physics, materials science, surface science and catalysis.
The school lasts five days. The course is self-contained with the morning lectures providing the
theoretical and computational background required for the afternoon practical sessions.
By the end of the week an attentive delegate is equipped to perform reliable calculations
of material properties.
- Tutoring in afternoon practical sessions in a group of 50 delegates ( ~16 hours x 10 years)
The aim of the tutorials is to provide an overview of the possibilities offered by ab initio quantum-
mechanical techniques adopted in the CRYSTAL program, when applied to the characterization of
crystalline materials.
MSSC2011: 19-23/09/2011 London, UK http://www.cse.scitech.ac.uk/events/MSSC2011/
MSSC2010: 13-17/09/2010 London, UK http://www.cse.scitech.ac.uk/events/MSSC2010/
MSSC2009: 14-16/09/2010 London, UK http://www.cse.scitech.ac.uk/events/mssc2009/
MSSC2008: 15-19/09/2008 London, UK http://www.cse.scitech.ac.uk/events/MSSC2008/
MSSC2007: 02-07/09/2007 Turin, Italy http://www.crystal.unito.it/mssc2007/
MSSC2006: 03-08/09/2006 Turin, Italy http://www.crystal.unito.it/mssc2006/
MSSC2004: 20-24/09/2004 London, UK http://www.cse.scitech.ac.uk/events/MSSC2004/
MSSC2003: 07-12/09/2003 Turin, Italy http://www.theochem.unito.it/mssc2003/
MSSC2002: 08-13/09/2002 Turin, Italy http://www.theochem.unito.it/mssc2002/
MSSC2001: 11-15/09/2001 Turin, Italy
MSSC2000: 16-20/09/2000 Turin, Italy
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Materials Science, Chemistry, Maths, Physics, Computer Science.
  • Seminar delivery,
  • Lecture delivery,
  • One-to-one tutoring,
  • Supervision (undergraduate),
  • Supervision (postgraduate)
  • London,
Attended Workshop: “Learning for teaching”,
by Prof. F. Harrison,
Imperial College, 9-10 Dec 2004

This workshop was useful to learn how to interact more efficiently with students, how to make them
more proactive during tutorial classes and how to cope with difficulties due to problematic people.
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