Professor Mariosimone Zoccali
John B. Phillips Award
Mariosimone Zoccali is an assistant professor of analytical chemistry in the Department of Mathematical and Computer Science, Physical Sciences and Earth Sciences at the University of Messina, in Italy. His research is focused on the development of multidimensional chromatographic instrumentation and software (GC×GC, LC-GC, LC-GC×GC, SFE-SFC), coupled to state-of-the-art MS, for the study of complex matrices constituents and contaminants. Mariosimone has authored or co-authored of 56 articles and 5 book chapters. In 2015, he has been directly involved with the development of award-winning instrumentation recognized by The Analytical Scientist Innovation Award (TASIA). Dr. Zoccali received further recognition for his achievements in 2018 with the Young Researcher Award, on behalf of the Interdivisional Separation Science Group, and in 2021 with the Young Researcher Award, on behalf of the Division of Analytical Chemistry (Italian Society of Chemistry). He is also leading the working group 3 of the EuChemS-DAC Sample Preparation Study Group.