Former PhD Students | Earth Science, Fluid-Dynamics, and Mathematics. Interactions and Methods

Former PhD Students

Titlesort ascending Cycle Research Title Supervisor Research Field
Kyrousi Foteini XXX Ciclo Armenio Vincenzo Hydraulics
Kubin Elisabeth XXXII Ciclo Intermediate Water formation and biological processes in the Levantine Sea POULAIN PIERRE MARIE Oceanography and Atmospheric Physics
Jourabian Mahmoud XXIX Ciclo Armenio Vincenzo Hydraulics
Javed Farhan XXIX Ciclo ABDELKRIM AOUDIA Geophysics of Solid Earth
Hariri Saeed XXV Ciclo CRISE ALESSANDRO Oceanography and Atmospheric Physics
Graffino Giorgio XXXI Ciclo A study of the mechanisms of decadal variability of the tropical oceans and its impacts on Arabian Peninsular climate KUCHARSKI FRED Fred Kucharski Oceanography and Atmospheric Physics
Gladich Ivan XXI Ciclo Non assegnato
Galea Anthony XXVI Ciclo Armenio Vincenzo Hydraulics
Foroozani Najmeh XXVI Ciclo Niemela Joseph James Fluid Dynamics
Ford Jonathan XXXIII Ciclo Geophysical characterisation of submarine landslides CAMERLENGHI ANGELO Stratigraphic and Sedimentological Geology
Fonda Enrico XXIII Ciclo Non assegnato
Ferrante Giulia Matilde XXXI Ciclo A multidisciplinary geophysical approach to recognize and quantify the gas occurrence in the Northern Adriatic Camerlenghi Angelo Angelo Camerlenghi Stratigraphic and Sedimentological Geology
Fantini Adriano XXXI Ciclo Flood risk estimation due to extreme climate phenomena over Italy Coppola Erika Erika Coppola Oceanography and Atmospheric Physics
Fakhari Ahmad XXVI Ciclo Armenio Vincenzo Hydraulics
Ertuncay Deniz XXXII Ciclo Temporal and spacial analysis of near fault stations in terms of impulsive behaviour Costa Giovanni Geophysics of Solid Earth
Elkosiri Heba Mohamed Mohamed Ibrahim XXXIII Ciclo Forte Emanuele Non assegnato
Dossi Matteo XXIX Ciclo Pipan Michele Applied Geophysics
Di Sante Fabio XXIX Ciclo GIORGI FILIPPO Oceanography and Atmospheric Physics
Di Biagio Valeria XXIX Ciclo SALON STEFANO Oceanography and Atmospheric Physics
Del Gobbo Costanza XXXIII Ciclo Use of the Regional Climate Model, RegCM4, to assess the precipitation patterns responsible for the onset of the Tagliamento glacier before and during the LGM, in the south-eastern Alps. GIORGI FILIPPO Oceanography and Atmospheric Physics