Lorenzo Giuntini is an applied nuclear physicist. He presently serves as one of the responsibles of the tandem accelerator in Florence and is associate professor of experimental physics at the University of Florence, Italy. He has been one of the founders of LABEC, the Florence laboratory of the National Institute of Nuclear Physics (INFN) for the study of Cultural Heritage (CH) and environment by nuclear techniques, and of INFN-CHNet, the INFN network for the development and application of physics instruments, methods and technologies to the study and conservation of CH. He has been the initiator of the Florence external microbeam and of the XRF portable instrumentation. From June 2017, is member of the team of the MACHINA project for the development of a portable accelerator.
He has published more than 60 research papers in international refereed journals along with invited chapters in books.