Fabio Pozzi graduated in Nuclear Engineering at Politecnico di Milano in 2012 with a thesis on a deep shielding experiment performed at the CERF facility. In 2016, he obtained a PhD in Nuclear Engineering at the Technische Universität München (TUM). The PhD work was carried out in the CERN Radiation Protection group on the design and commissioning of a new laboratory for the calibration of radiation protection instruments. Then, he continued to work at CERN as Senior Fellow on: clearance of potential radioactive waste from high-energy particle accelerators, management of the CERF facility and ISO accreditation of the CERN dosimetry and radiation calibration services. Since 2018 he is working as radiation protection physicist and carries out operational radiation protection for the following CERN experiments and facilities: ISOLDE (production of radioactive ions beam), MEDICIS (production of non-conventional radionuclides for medical applications), n_TOF (neutron Time-of-Flight experiment) and the Proton Synchrotron Booster. He is also member of the advisory committee of the European Master in Radiation Protection organized by CEA/INSTN.
He joined EURADOS and the WG11 in 2016; in 2020 he received the EURADOS Young Scientist Award for a work on the newly proposed ICRU/ICRP quantities.