Dr. Veronica Sberveglieri



Curricum Vitae

Born In: Reggio Emilia (Italy)

Date of born: 19.07.1980

Place of Work: University of Modena and Reggio Emilia, Department of Life science

E-mail: veronica.sberveglieri@unimore.it
Nationality: Italian

Scientific degree: PhD in Agrifood Science Technology and Biotechnology

Associations: CNR – Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche (National Research Council) – SENSOR Lab INO

SCIENTIFIC DEGREES:

PhD  Degree : Sciences, Technologies and Biotechnologies in Agrifood.

Period: 1-1-2010 – 31-12-2012

Thesis title: Identification and discrimination of coffee from farm to fork by electronic nose.

Statement of Research: Application of electronic nose in coffee, in combination with chemical and sensory techniques (GC-MS, SEM, Microbiological techniques) for the joint creation of a universal map for the identification of quality in green and roasted coffee.

-          Geographical discrimination of coffee, before and after, roasting with the electronic nose.

-          Early detection of mold contamination in green coffee.

-          Chemo-metrics discrimination of Civet coffee.

-          Off-flavor from paper and paperboard.

Institution: University of Modena and Reggio Emilia, Department of Life Science.

Master Degree : Controllo e Sicurezza degli Alimenti – Control and food Safety

Institution: University of Modena and Reggio Emilia, Italy

Thesis: Applicazione della ISO 22.000:2005 alla produzione di Aceto Balsamico di Modena: Analisi dei nuovi e vecchi rischi (Application of ISO 22.000:2005 to the production of Balsamic Vinegar of Modena: Analysis of new and old risks). Advisor: Prof. Andrea Pulvirenti  Date: 2009

Bachelor Degree: Scienze e Tecnologie Alimentari – Food Science and Technology.

Institution: University of Parma, Italy

Thesis: Aspetti strategici della funzione logistica delle imprese operanti nel settore lattiero caseario (Strategic aspects of the logistics function of companies in the dairy industry).  Advisor: Prof. Cristina Mora  Date: 2007

STAGE IN LABS.

-          2010 ( 3 Months ) SENSOR Lab. CNR-IDASC & University of Brescia – Italy ( http://sensor.ing.unibs.it )

-          October to December 2011: Visiting research student to Stony Brook University, NY – USA.

LANGUAGES:

-      English (B2 levels)

-      French  (good)

-      Italian  (native)

Peer- review Journals Publications (equally contributing authors)

  1. “Rapid Screening of Alicyclobacillus acidoterrestris Spoilage of Fruit Juices by Electronic Nose: A Confirmation Study”; S. Cagnasso, M. Falasconi, M.P.Previdi, B. Franceschini, C. Cavalieri, V. Sberveglieri, P. Rovere; Journal of Sensors (2010), article ID 143173, doi: 10.1155/2010/143173.
  2. “Synthesis and integration of tin oxide nanowires into an electronic nose” G. Sberveglieri, I.Concina, E. Comini, M. Falasconi, M. Ferroni, V. Sberveglieri; Vacuum (2012), vol 86, 532-535.
  3. “Electronic nose for microbiological quality control of food products”, Matteo Falasconi, Isabella Concina, Emanuela Gobbi, Veronica Sberveglieri, Andrea Pulvirenti and Giorgio Sberveglieri, International Journal of Electrochemistry (2012) ; vol 2012, article ID 715763, doi: 10.1155/2012/715763.
  4. Chapter number 25,“Discrimination between different type of coffee according to their country of origin”, Series title “Lecture note in electrical engineering”, Springer Book “Sensors and Microsystems”, vol 109 (2012) 145-149.
  5. “Nanostructured metal oxide gas sensors, application in security and food quality fields”, Andrea Ponzoni, Elisabetta Comini, Matteo Falasconi, Isabella Concina, Emanuela Gobbi, Veronica Sberveglieri, Giorgio Sberveglieri, Sensors; (2012), vol 12, 17023-12045, doi:10.3390/s121217023.
  6. “Metal oxide nanowire gas sensors: application of conductometric and surface ionization architectures” , Andrea Ponzoni Dario Zappa, Elisabetta Comini, Veronica Sberveglieri, Guido Faglia, Giorgio Sberveglieri, Chemical Engineering Transactions vol 30, (2012) ISNN 1974-9791, ISBN 978-88-95608-21-1.
  7. “Metal oxide nanoscience and nanotechnology for chemical sensors”, Elisabetta Comini, Camilla Baratto, Isabella Concina, Guido Faglia, Matteo Falasconi, Matteo Ferroni, Vardan Galstyan, Emanuela Gobbi, Andrea Ponzoni, Alberto Vomiero, Dario Zappa, Veronica Sberveglieri, Giorgio Sberveglieri, Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical (accepted 4 october 2012).
  8. “Electronic nose ad flexible tools to assess food quality and safety: should we trust them?”, Isabella Concina, Matteo Falasconi, Veronica Sberveglieri, IEEE sensors journal (2012) vol 12, 3232-3237.
  9. “Chemometric discrimination of Philippine civet coffee using electronic nose and gas chromatrography mass spectrometry”, Emelda Ongo, Matteo Falasconi, Giorgio Sberveglieri, Andrea Antonelli, Giuseppe Montevecchi, Veronica Sberveglieri, Isabella Concina, Fortunato Sevilla III, Procedia Engineering; vol 47 (2012) 977-980.
  10. “New methods for the early detection of fungal contamination on green coffee beans by Electronic Nose”, Veronica Sberveglieri, Patrizia Fava, Andrea Pulvirenti, Isabella Concina, Matteo Falasconi, Proceedings of the international conference on sensing technology ICTS 2012, art.n 6461711, pp 414-417.
  11. “Nanostructured metal oxide gas sensors, a survey of application carried out at SENSOR lab, Brescia (Italy) in the security and food quality fields”, Andrea Ponzoni, Elisabetta Comini, Isabella Concina, Matteo Ferroni. Matteo Falasconi, Emanuela Gobbi, Veronica Sberveglieri, Giorgio Sberveglieri, Sensors 2012 (2012) pp 17023-17045.
  12. “Discrimination between different types of coffee according to their country of origin”, Veronica Sberveglieri, Isabella Concina, Matteo Falasconi, Andrea Pulvirenti, Patrizia Fava, Lecture Notes in Electrical Engineering (2012) 109 LNEE, pp. 145-149.
  13. “Early detection of fungal contamination on green coffee by a MOX sensors based Electronic Nose” , Veronica Sberveglieri, Isabella Concina, Matteo Falasconi, Emanuela Gobbi, Andrea Pulvirenti, Patrizia Fava, AIP Conference Proceedings (2011) 1362, pp. 119-120.
  14. “Identification of geographical origin of coffee before and after roasting by electronic nose”, Veronica Sberveglieri, Isabella Concina, Matteo Falasconi, Emelda Ongo, Andrea Pulvirenti, Patrizia Fava, AIP Conference Proceedings (2011) pp. 86-87.
  15. “Metal oxide nanoscience and nanotechnology for chemical sensors”, Comini, E., Baratto, C., Concina, I., Faglia, G., Falasconi, M., Ferroni, M., Galstyan, V., (…), Sberveglieri, G. Sensors and Actuators, B: Chemical , 179, pp. 3-20.
  16. “Array of metal oxide nanostructures for security/safety applications”, E.Comini, D.Zappa, C. Cerqu, A.Ponzoni, V.Sberveglieri, G.Sberveglieri, Special issue of sensor letters (submitted).
  17. “Electronic Nose for the detection of microbial spoilage in various packed foods”, E.Gobbi, G.Zambotti, V.Sberveglieri, M.Falasconi, Special Issue of sensor letters (Submitted).
  18. “Application of chemical gas sensors and data analysis to food analysis”, M.Falasconi, I.Concina, V.Sberveglieri, G. Zambotti, E.Gobbi – Special issue of sensor letters (Submitted).
  19. “Fast Identification of different kind of green coffee by Electronic nose”, V.Sberveglieri, E.Nunez Carmona, M.Falasconi, I.Concina, A. Pulvirenti – Special Issue of sensor letters (Submitted).

NATIONAL CONFERENCES

  1. Workshop  “Come realizzare eccellenti percorsi di ricerca, Competenze per sviluppare ed orientare la ricerca”, 27 Settembre 2010, Fondazione CRUI, Roma (Italy).

2. 15th Workshop on the Developments in the Italian PhD Research on Food Science, Technology and Biotechnology, 15-17 Settembre 2010, Portici (Napoli) Italy

  1. GS 2009, Gruppo divisionale sensori, 17-18 Sep 2009, Università degli Studi di Modena e Reggio (Italy).
  2. AISEM 2011, Associazione Italiana sensori e microsistemi, 7-9 Feb 2011, Roma (Italy), “Discrimination between different type of coffee according to their country of origin”, V.Sberveglieri, I. Concina, M. Falasconi, A. Pulvirenti, P. Fava (Oral presentation).
  3. GS 2011 Gruppo divisionale sensori 15-17 Giugno 2011, Giulianova, Teramo, Italy, “Determinazione mediante naso elettronnico di caffè provenienti da aree geografiche diverse”, V.Sberveglieri, I. Concina, M. Falasconi, E. Gobbi, A. Pulvirenti, P. Fava (Oral presentation).
  4. 16th Workshop on the Developments in the Italian PhD Research on Food Science, Technology and Biotechnology, 15-17 September 2011,Lodi, Italy, “New approach for rapid detection and identification of different kind of coffee by electronic nose”, Veronica Sberveglieri, (oral presentation).
  5. Biopolpack 2012, 2nd Congress on biodegradable polymer packaging
Milan (Italy), 10-11 May 2012, “Release of odours substance from paper and paperboard for food”, V.Sberveglieri, L.Remondini, P.Fava, (oral presentation).
  6. 17th Workshop on the Developmets in the italian PhD research on Food science technology and biotechnology, 19-21 September 2012, Cesena, Italy, “Different application of the electronic nose in coffee and other foodstuff”, Veronica Sberveglieri, (oral presentation).
  7. AISEM 2013 Associazione Italiana sensori e microsistemi, 5-7 february 2013 Brescia, Italy, “ Electronic Nose and Gas Chromatography-mass spectrometry for the Philippine civet coffee discrimination”

INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCES

  1. IUFOST 2010, 15th World Congress of food science and technology, 22-26 Aug 2010, Cape Town (South Africa) – Poster presentation “Electronic nose: Flexible tools to assess food quality and safety”; I.Concina, M.Falasconi, V.Sberveglieri (2010).
  2. ISOEN 2011, International Symposium on Olfaction and Electronic Nose, 2-5 May (2011), Rockefeller University, New York (USA).

Oral presentation:

- “Identification of geographical origin of coffee before and after roasting by Electronic Nose”; V.Sberveglieri, E. Ongo, I. Concina (2010).

- “Early detection of fungal contamination on green coffee by MOX sensors based Electronic Nose”; V. Sberveglieri, E. Gobbi, I. Concina, M. Ferroni, A. Pulvirenti, P. Fava (2010).

Poster presentation:

- “Headspace analysis of Philippine Civet coffee using gas Chromatography Mass Spectrometry and Electronic Nose”; E. Ongo, F.Sevilla III, A. Antonelli, G. Sberveglieri, G. Montevecchi, V. Sberveglieri, E.L. De Paola, I. Concina, M. Falasconi (2010).

  1. 12. BION 2011 International Bionic Engineering Conference, abstract submission 18-20 September 2011, Boston (USA), “Smart-Fridge: Electronic Nose for monitoring fish freshness in refrigerators”, M.Falascomi, I.Concina, V.Sberveglieri
  2. CoCoTea 2011 First international congress on Cocoa, Coffee and Tea 13-16 September 2011, Novara, Italy. “SETTIN UP A NEW METHOD FOR RAPID IDENTIFICATION OF FUNGAL CONTAMINATION ON GREEN COFFEE BY MOX SENSORS BASED ELETRONIC NOSE” V. Sberveglieri, I. Concina, M. Falasconi, E. Gobbi, A. Pulvirenti, P. Fava (Poster discussion session)

“DETERMINATION BY ELECTRONIC NOSE OF COFFEE FROM DIFFERENT GEOGRAPHICAL AREAS” (Poster presentation)

  1. Nanotech Italy 2011, 23-25 November, Venice, Italy, “Nanostructured metal oxide gas sensors: application in safety and security field”. G. Sberveglieri, C. Baratto, E. Comini, I. Concina, G. Faglia, M. Falasconi, M. Ferroni, E. Gobbi, A. Ponzoni, V. Sberveglieri, A. Vomiero, D. Zappa (INVITED TALK).
  2. EUROSENSORS 2012, the 26th European conference on Solid-State transducers, 9-12 Semptember 2012, Krakow (Poland), “Chemometric Discrimination of Philippine Civet Coffee Using Electronic Nose and Gas Chromatography Mass Spectrometry”, E. Ongo, M. Falasconi, G. Sberveglieri, A. Antonelli, G. Montevecchi, V. Sberveglieri, I. Concina, F. Sevilla (poster presentation).
  3. ICST 2012, International conference of sensing technology, 18-21 December 2012, Kolkata (india) “New methods for the early detection of fungal contamination on green coffee beans by an Electronic Nose” , V.Sberveglieri, I. Concina, M. Falasconi, P.Fava, A. Pulvirenti (oral presentation).
  4. NOSE 2012, International Conference on environmental odour monitoring & control 23-26 September 2012, Palermo (Italy), “Metal oxide nanowire gas sensors: application of conductometric and surface ionization architectures”, Andrea Ponzoni, Dario Zappa, Elisabetta Comini, Veronica Sberveglieri, Giudo Faglia and Giorgio Sberveglieri (invited talk).
  5. Sixth International Conference on Sensing Technology, ICTS 2012, December 18 – December 21 2012, Kolkata, India – New Methods for the early detection of fungal contamination on green coffee beans by an Electronic Nose, Veronica Sberveglieri, Patrizia Fava, Isabella Concina, Matteo Falasconi, Andrea Pulvirenti (oral presentation).
  6. ISOEN 2013 , 15th International Symposium on Olfaction and Electronic Nose, Daeugu (Korea) , 2-5 July 2013, “Fast identification of different kind of coffee by Electronic Nose” , Veronica Sberveglieri, Matteo Falasconi, Isabella Concina, Andrea Pulvirenti (oral presentation).

Teaching / Tutoring Experience

2010 to present:

-      Few lectures at the Stony Brook University for undergraduate students

-      Supervise MSC students at University of Modena and Reggio Emilia, Department of life science.

-      Tutor and translator for the master (project Erasmus mundus) in food identity at the University of Piacenza 2010 and 2011.

-      Co tutor in a master thesis entitled RILASCIO DI SOSTANZE ODORIGENE DA CARTONCINI AD USO ALIMENTARE (Release odorous substances, from card for alimentary use)

-      Co tutor in bachelor thesis entitled POTENZIALITA’ DEL NASO ELETTRONICO PER L’IDENTIFICAZIONE GEOGRAFICA DEL CAFFE’ (potential of the electronic nose for geographical identification of coffee).

COMPUTER SKILL:

-      Operating system: Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Mac OS X.

EXTRACURRICULAR ACTIVITY:

-      Photograph

-      Tennis

-      Golf