Denis Garoli is Associate Professor at University of Modena and Reggio Emilia (UniMoRe) and since 2014 has been an affiliated researcher at Italian Institute of Technology where he works on the fabrication of plasmonic nanopores for enhanced spectroscopies.
Denis Garoli obtained his master degree in physics in 2003 and his PhD degree from the University of Padova (2008). He also get a master degree in biotechnology in 2011. His main interests are nanophotonics, plasmonics, DNA nanotechnology, nanoscopy, single molecule techniques and sensing. From 2016 to 2019 he was co-coordinator of H2020-FET Open ProseqO proejct. Now he is the coordinator of the following EU projects:
2020-2024: H2020-FET Open DNA-Fairylight
2022-2026: Horizon EU - MSCA Doctoral Network DYNAMO
2023-2026: Horizon EU - Pathfinder Open - 3D-BRICKS