Maria Rosaria Masullo, National Institute of Nuclear Physics, Italy.
10.15am, Parallel Session, Room 2, Journeying towards institutional structural gender equality change; reflections from GENOVATE@UNIBRAD.
11.00am, Parallel Session, Room 2, The Gender Observatory: change and sustainability as a collection accomplishment.
PHD in Physics at the University Federico II of Naples, from 2003, is Senior Researcher at the National Institute of Nuclear Physics (INFN) in the Naples unit and, from 2011, President of the INFN Central Guarantee Committee (CUG) which promotes equal opportunities and enhances workers' wellbeing and no-discrimination.
Her research activity is connected with particle accelerators and mainly on simulative-experimental work, connected also to theoretical issues on interaction between particles and accelerator vacuum chambers. From 2013 she is scientific in charge for a INFN project of technological transfer on protontherapy.
She worked with International and Italian collaborations (CERN, Vancouver, Brookhaven National Laboratory (NY-USA)), as a co-ordinator of some INFN experiments. She also teaches laboratory courses and more recently courses in accelerator physics.
From 2008 she joined the Neapolitan Women in Science Association formed by researchers of Naples University "Federico II", INFN and National Research Council (CNR). She is component of the International Advisory Board (IAB) of the European gender project, GENOVATE (2012).
Referee per Reviews of Modern Physics and auditor for the Italian evaluation of research committee (VQR 2004-2010) run by the ANVUR Agency. From 2013, she is part of the expert team of the Research Italian Ministry (MIUR) Delegate for the “Excellence in Science Pillar (ERC, MSCA, FET)” of Horizon 2020.
She has been supervisor of several master theses in Physics and in Engineerin at University of Napoli “Federico II”. She is co-author of over 90 scientific works between articles, published in international journals, and poster and oral communications presented at international conferences.