Massimo Marchesi

Massimo Marchesi
Research Collaborator | Politecnico of Milano
Dr. Massimo Marchesi has over fifteen years of experience in academic institutions recognized for stable isotopic techniques both in Italy and abroad. Dr. Marchesi’s research interests are pursuing the development and application of stable isotopes for contaminant characterization and remediation in the subsurface including Compound-Specific Stable Isotope Analysis (CSIA) for source appointment and natural degradation processes evaluation of chlorinated solvents and hydrocarbon contaminants; stable isotopes to infer water sources, geochemistry, source appointment, and natural attenuation processes. Dr. Marchesi gained his Doctorate degrees from the Universitat de Barcelona in isotope hydro-geochemistry and later served as an assistant researcher the Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences at the University of Waterloo prior to joining Politecnico of Milano, where he is currently research collaborator; Dr. Massimo Marchesi is also manager and lab director of IT2 in Milano.