Marco Roman studied at Ca’ Foscari where he obtained in 2007 the Master Degree in Environmental Sciences and in 2011 the Ph.D. in Chemical Sciences, sector of analytical chemistry with mention of Doctor Europaeus. In 2009 he spent 8 months working at the University of Oviedo. From 2011 to 2013 he was Research Collaborator at the Institute for the Dynamics of Environmental Processes (IDPA-CNR), Venice. From 2013 to 2016 he was Research Fellow at Ca’ Foscari and in 2015 he participated to the XXXI Italian Antarctic Expedition at Concordia Station. From 2016 to 2018 he was Senior Technician at the Centre for the Sustainable Impact of Nanotechnology (ECSIN, EcanmRicert), Padova. From 2018 Marco Roman is Researcher in Analytical Chemistry at Ca' Foscari.
His research activity focuses on the development and application of analytical methods mainly based on inorganic mass spectrometry for metallomics, environmental sciences, paleoclimate, nanotechnologies and conservation sciences. Expertise areas include elemental imaging, hyphenated techniques for speciation analysis, multitechnicque characterization of nanomaterials, isotope dilution analysis, statistical treatment of analytical data. Marco Roman is coauthor of 31 publications (journal articles, book chapters) with H-index 12 and 40+ communications in national and international conferences.