Ritratto di john.russo@uniroma1.it

The lectures of Physics of Liquids will be held
 

* Wednesday 08:00-10:00 in Lecture Room 7 (Fermi Building) and streaming from the Google Meet channel of the room

https://meet.google.com/ycd-rwpu-hxy

 

* Friday 10:00-12:00 in Lecture Room 8 (Fermi Building) and streaming from the Microsoft Teams channel.

To join the Physics of Liquids channel on Teams use the code g31915q

 

Mercoledì 10:00-12:00 Stanza 114 Nuovo Edificio di Fisica

Previous Appointments
Associate Professor at the School of Mathematics, University of Bristol, 08/2019 - 11/2019
Research Fellow at the School of Mathematics, University of Bristol, 11/2018 08/2019
Lecturer in Applied Mathematics and Royal Society University Research Fellow, School of Mathematics, University of Bristol, 12/2015 11/2018
Project Research Associate, The University of Tokyo, 12/2013 12/2015
JSPS Postdoctoral fellow, The University of Tokyo, 11/2011 - 12/2013
Project Researcher, The University of Tokyo, 11/2010 - 11/2011
Postdoctoral Researcher, university of Rome "La Sapienza", 1/2010 11/2010

Academic Qualifications
PhD in Physics, university of Rome "La Sapienza", 16/2/2010
Thesis: Non-equilibrium properties of Patchy Particles , Supervisor: Prof. Francesco Sciortino
MSc in Physics, university of Rome La Sapienza , 30/03/2006
Thesis: Structure and Dynamics of Water confined in carbon nanotubes

Special Awards, Honours and Distinctions

2018 Philip Leverhulme Prize in Physics
2018 ERC Starting Grant
2017: SMTG Young Scientist Award, Royal Society of Chemistry s Statistical Mechanics and Thermodynamics Group
2015-2020: University Research Fellowship, from the Royal Society, UK.
2011-2012: JSPS postdoctoral fellowship, from the Japan Society for the Promotion of Science, Japan

Research and publications

Total publications: 45. H-Index: 26 (Google Scholar - https://scholar.google.co.uk/citations?user=w2ym27UAAAAJ)
I have published in several leading international journals in my field. Journals with particularly high impact factors (IF) include: 2 papers in Nature Materials (IF 39.7), 2 papers in the Proceeding of the National Academy of Sciences (IF 9.5), 4 papers in Nature Communications (IF 12.4), 5 papers in Physical Review Letters (IF 8.8). I have co-authored 5 review papers.

Research Grants

2018-2019: The Leverhulme Prize. Value: 100,000 Pounds
2018: Travel Grant from the Institute of Industrial Science of the University of Tokyo. Value: 714,000 JPY ~ 5000 Pounds
2018-2023: ERC starting Grant. PI. Value: 952,561 Euro
2016: Travel Grant from the Institute of Industrial Science of the University of Tokyo. Value: 714,000 JPY ~ 5000 Pounds
2015-2020: Royal Society University Research Fellowship. PI. Value: 565,536 Pounds
2011-2013: Japan Society for the Promotion of Science Fellowship 80,000 Pounds

PhD supervision:

Fergus More, joint with Prof. C. Royall, funded by EPSRC (BCFN CDT).
Yushi Yang, joint with Prof. C. Royall, funded by EPSRC (BCFN CDT).
Alberto Toffano, joint with Dr. Fausto Martelli, funded by EPSRC and IBM Research

Academic leadership in the discipline:

International collaborators cover physics, chemistry, industrial science and chemical engineering.
Principal international collaborators include Prof. Tanaka (University of Tokyo), Prof. Daniel Bonn (University of Amsterdam), Prof. Romano (University of Venice), Prof. Rovigatti and Prof. Sciortino (University of Rome La Sapienza), and Dr. Fausto Martelli (IBM).

I ve been invited speaker at several international conferences, contributed speaker at over 20 international conferences, and I ve given lectures at two winter schools (e.g. XV Research Course on X-ray Sciences, Hamburg, 2016).

I am a Referee for the following journals: Nature Materials, Physical Review Letters, Soft Matter, The Journal of Chemical Physics.

Insegnamento Codice Anno Corso - Frequentare
FISICA I 1015377 2021/2022 Ingegneria Aerospaziale
PHYSICS OF LIQUIDS 1044819 2021/2022 Fisica - Physics
PHYSICS OF LIQUIDS 1044819 2020/2021 Fisica - Physics
FISICA I 1015377 2020/2021 Ingegneria Aerospaziale
PHYSICS OF LIQUIDS 1044819 2019/2020 Fisica
FISICA I 1015377 2019/2020 Ingegneria Aerospaziale
FISICA I 1015377 2018/2019 Ingegneria Aerospaziale
FISICA I 1015377 2017/2018 Ingegneria Aerospaziale
FISICA I 1015377 2016/2017 Ingegneria Aerospaziale
Titolo Rivista Anno
Structural and topological changes across the liquid - liquid transition in water THE JOURNAL OF CHEMICAL PHYSICS 2021
Nonclassical Nucleation Pathways in Stacking-Disordered Crystals PHYSICAL REVIEW. X 2021
Decorated networks of native proteins: nanomaterials with tunable mesoscopic domain size SOFT MATTER 2021
Connection between liquid and non-crystalline solid phases in water THE JOURNAL OF CHEMICAL PHYSICS 2020
Revealing key structural features hidden in liquids and glasses NATURE REVIEWS PHYSICS 2019
Crystalline clusters in {mW} water: Stability, growth, and grain boundaries THE JOURNAL OF CHEMICAL PHYSICS 2019
Influence of hydrodynamic interactions on colloidal crystallization PHYSICAL REVIEW LETTERS 2019
Direct link between mechanical stability in gels and percolation of isostatic particles SCIENCE ADVANCES 2019
A new topological descriptor for water network structure JOURNAL OF CHEMINFORMATICS 2019
How to simulate patchy particles THE EUROPEAN PHYSICAL JOURNAL. E, SOFT MATTER 2018
Topical Issue on Advances in Computational Methods for Soft Matter Systems THE EUROPEAN PHYSICAL JOURNAL. E, SOFT MATTER 2018
Water-like anomalies as a function of tetrahedrality PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA 2018
Common microscopic structural origin for water's thermodynamic and dynamic anomalies THE JOURNAL OF CHEMICAL PHYSICS 2018
Coupling of sedimentation and liquid structure: Influence on hard sphere nucleation THE JOURNAL OF CHEMICAL PHYSICS 2018
Crystal nucleation in sedimenting colloidal suspensions THE JOURNAL OF CHEMICAL PHYSICS 2018
Glass forming ability in systems with competing orderings PHYSICAL REVIEW. X 2018
Origin of the emergent fragile-to-strong transition in supercooled water PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA 2018
The race to the bottom: Approaching the ideal glass? JOURNAL OF PHYSICS. CONDENSED MATTER 2018
Formation of porous crystals via viscoelastic phase separation NATURE MATERIALS 2017
Common mechanism of thermodynamic and mechanical origin for ageing and crystallization of glasses NATURE COMMUNICATIONS 2017
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