Enzo FerraraDrat INRIM
Enzo Ferrara, researcher at the Italian National Institute of Metrology (INRIM) – Department of Nanoscience and Materials, Strada delle Cacce, 19 – 10135 Torino (Italy). After graduation in chemistry, he accomplished research in Materials Science at the National Institute for Electrotechnics Galileo Ferraris (IEN, Turin – Italy, now INRIM), working for the development and characterization of innovative materials for electro-technology applications. Since 1996, he continues research activities devoted to production of innovative amorphous, micro- and nano-sized materials and devices optimized to application-oriented purposes and to the development of metrological instrumental magnetic measurements to study and optimize micro-structural properties and electromagnetic behavior in ferromagnetic materials. Since 2000, he also devotes research to the study of natural magnetism for environmental protection and for the rescue of the cultural and artistic heritage also teaching Dating Techniques, and Archaeomagnetism, as a joined (yearly contract) professor, Master Degree Course in Materials Science for Cultural Heritage, University of Turin.
Since 2016, vicepresident of the Centro Studi Sereno Regis - Torino, a research Institute for nonviolence, peace, and sustainability