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Bianucci Marco

Bianucci Marco

Senior Scientist
Laurea 110/110 in Physics, 1988, University of Pisa
PhD in Physics (1993) at the University of Pavia
Invited Researcher and Visiting Professor at the North Texas University (1991, 1992 and 1993).

Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche - Institute of Marine Science U.O.S. of Pozzuolo di Lerici
Forte S.Teresa 19032, Pozzuolo di Lerici - Lerici (SP), Italy
And Physics Dep. University of Parma.
Via G. Usberti 7/A, 43100 Parma, Italy

Phone +39 0187 1788902


Nonlinear dynamics, chaos and complexity, Foundation of thermodynamics and statistical mechanics: dynamic approach to statistical mechanics based on a procedure which reverses the standard approach, i.e. rather than using thermodynamics to derive statistical mechanics he uses only the properties of a deterministic dynamical system mimicking the action of an ideal thermostat, with no need of ad hoc statistical assumptions.
Didactics and popularization of science with innovative multimedia CD-ROM and for Internet (awarded by many national and international awards), science exhibitions, science festivals and spectacles.

Thin film photovoltaic (PV) technologies, innovative PV devices and modules, technologies for sustainable mobility, in particular for boats. In the photovoltaic field Dr. Bianucci has broad competences. He pushed the Spin-Off  of the Parma University “Solar Systems and Equipment” (SSE) that today, with important financial and industrial partners, is building close to Milano an innovative farm to produce a new kind, chip CdTe PV modules. Moreover Dr. Bianucci coordinated the team project that planned and realized the PV system for the Class 40’ boat, named “Telecom Italia”, of the famous sailor Giovanni Soldini.  This PV system for sailing and sustainable mobility consists of very efficient, small, flexible, ready-to-be-stuck, lightweight (2kg/mq) PV modules and of efficient and reliable dc/dc step-up converters with an integrated MPPT technology. For this project he received the Assipe (Associazione italiana progettazione elettronica) award “Projenius 2008”. Today Dr. Bianucci and Giovanni Soldini are equal shareholders of the Spin-Off Solbian srl (

For his activity on the field of Renewable Energies, in 2009 Dr. Bianucci was  appointed “Honorary Ambassador of the Capannori commune”.

  • Member of the INFM Committee for Didactics and Popularization of Physics  (2001-2005),
  • Coordinator of the INFM activities in didactics and popularization of science with informatics technologies,
  • Member of the National Steering Committee of the Science on Stage project.
  • Co-founder and coordinator of the staff and scientific editorial board of the Italian Science Festival (2003-2005).
  • Pusher and shareholder of 5 Spin-Off companies that operate in PV R&D and market.
  • Actual coordinator of the EU project ESCIENTIAL – the European Science Festival (FP6, SSA for Science and Technology Week 2004).
  • Actual coordinator of the EU project ESCIENTIAL I.E. – the European Science Festival. Itinerant Exhibitions  (FP7, Science and Society 13, 2006).
  • Honorary member of Environmental Ocean Team Ltd (
  • Scientific coordinator of the Roma Ocean World project (
  • President of the Associazione Parma Casa della Scienza (
  • Board member of the Agorasophia srl, a CNR-Novamusa company that is realizing a Science Centre in Siracusa.

Author and co-author of 35 scientific papers, of which 19 in ISI journals, many Multimedia Physics courses awarded by national and international prizes. He is the sole author of the chapters “Solar Energy”, " Photovoltaics Energy" and “Concentrating Solar Power” of the book
G.F. Bassani, M. Bianucci, S. Carrà, L. Cifarelli, E. De Sanctis, G. Mariotti, P. Menna, A. Renieri, R.A. Ricci, G. Ricco, U.Romano, E. Ronchi, G. Rostagni, W. Tocci: "Energy in Italy: problems and perpectives (1990 - 2020)". A study by Società Italiana di Fisica – SIF ed. Bologna, (2008).

  • M. Bianucci, M. Maestro and P. Walde, "Bell-shaped curves of the enzyme activity in reverse micelles: a simplified model for hydrolytic reactions", Chem. Phys. 141, 273 (1990).
  • M. Bianucci, L. Bonci, G. Trefan, B.J. West and P. Grigolini “Brownian motion generated by a two-dimensional mapping”, Phys.Lett.A 174, 377 (1993).
  • M. Bianucci, R. Mannella, X. Fan, B.J. West and P. Grigolini “Standard fluctuation dissipation process from a deterministic mapping”, Phys. Rev.E 47,1510 (1993).
  • M. Bianucci, R. Mannella, P. Grigolini and B.J. West, "The Linear Response approach to the Fokker-Planck equation: I Theory",  I.J. of Mod. Phys. B 8 (9), 1191 (1994).
  • M. Bianucci and R.Mannella, B.J. West and P. Grigolini , “Chaos and Linear Response: Analysis of the Short, Intermediate and Long-Time Regime”, Phys. Rev. E 50, 2630 (1994).
  • M. Bianucci, R. Fieschi and O. Tommasi  “EDUMAT, dalla pietra la microchip”, corso su CD-ROM edito da Giunti Multimedia (1995). ISBN 88-09-11048-X.
  • M. Bianucci, R. Mannella and P. Grigolini, “Linear response of  Hamiltonian chaotic systems as a function of the number of degrees of freedom”, Phys.Rev.Letters., 77, 1258 (1996).
  • M. Bianucci, R. Mannella, P. Grigolini and B.J. West, “From Dynamics to Thermodynamics: Linear Response and Statistical Mechanics”, Phys. Rev. E 51, 3002 (1995).
  • N. Romeo, A. Bosio, A. Romeo, M. Bianucci, L. Bonci, C. Lenti “High Efficiency CdTe/CdS Thin Film solar Cells by a Process Suitable for Large Scale Production”. Proc. Of "PV in Europe from PV Technology to Energy Solutions" Conference and Exhibiton, Rome, 7-11 October 2002. ETA ed.
  • M. Bianucci “Ordinary chemical reaction process induced by a uni-dimensional map”, Phys. Rev. E 70, 1 (2004).
  • N. Baggio, M. Bianucci, F. De Rosa, G. Petrone, A. Sacchetti, G. Spagnuolo “Distributed Control of Photovoltaic Modules for Sailing Applications and for Sustainable Mobility”, Proc. Of "24th EU PCSEC: The leading platform for the world’s PV specialists” Monaco (DE) 21-25 September 2009, in press.
  • M. Bianucci, R. Fieschi, L. Gambarelli , C. Mantovani, and S. Merlino, “Promoting and teaching “hard” science in an amusing way: the “Domus Archimedea” approach to Greek mathematics”, in “Research, Reflections and Innovations in Integrating ICT in Education”, proc. Of  the V International Conference of Multimedia and Information and Communication Technologies in Education (m-ICTE 2009), Lisbona, 22-24 Aprile 2009.. Edited by A. Méndez-Vilas, A. Solano Martín, J.A. Mesa González and J. Mesa González. Published by FORMATEX, Badajoz, Spain (2009). ISBN of Collection: 978-84-692-1788-7
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