Marina Castelli joins LUP Global as Circular Asset Consultant. In this role, she will be able to help businesses and laboratories to think about a more sustainable way to manage their resources.
Marina has more than 7 years of academic and work experience in various laboratories specialising in Materials Research. In September 2020, she was awarded a PhD in Applied Physics from Monash University. Her research focussed on the synthesis and characterisation on novel nanomaterials, that could potentially be used for new light-harvesting technologies.
While at Monash University, Marina co-authored three peer-reviewed articles, published in high impact factor journals.
Marina obtained a Bachelor of Science and a Master of Applied Physics from the Federal Institute of Technology in Lausanne, Switzerland (QS University ranking: 14th). While in Switzerland she briefly worked for Richemont Group, one of the world’s leading luxury group, where she was assessing the mechanical properties of different precious alloys.
Why join LUP?
While working in industrial and academic laboratories, I have seen a lot of waste with the use of resources or equipment. I am very excited to be able to bring a solution on this issue with the amazing LUP family!
3 adjectives to describe yourself:
Problem-solver, persistent, curious
What are your passions?
Helping others, science, healthy and sustainable living
Welcome onboard Marina!