PhD Theses

 

Several graduate and PhD thesis projects in different discliplines (Physics, Environmental Science, Materials Science, Civil and Environmental Engineering) on both experimental and modelling topics have been carried on at the Laboratory.

Hereafter the PhD students and their dissertation titles are reported. 

BOVE MARIA CHIARA, PhD in Marine Environmental Science, XXVII cycle,

Impact of harbour activities and ships emissions in the air quality of Mediterranean coastal cities

 

MASSABO’ DARIO, PhD n Materials Science, XXV

An optical set-up for the characterization of carbonaceous particulate matter

 

CUCCIA ELEONORA SIMONA, PhD in Physics XXIV cycle

New methodologies for studying the size distribution of particulate matter and its components

 

SCHEMBARI CLARA, PhD in Physics XXIII cycle

Study of the impact of ships emissions and source apportionment of pollutants in the Mediterranean basin

 

DE GAETANO PATRIZIA, PhD in Geophysics XXII cycle

Numerical modelling of circulation and pollutant dispersion-degradation in coastal waters. An application to the Eastern Ligurian Sea

 

CASSOLA FEDERICO, PhD in Geophysics XXI cycle

Numerical modeling and post-processing of 3D wind fields. Applications to weather forecasting and wind energy

 

MAZZEI FEDERICO, PhD in Physics XIX cycle

Characterization of atmospheric aerosol sources: an open field experiment

 

MARENCO FRANCO, PhD in Physics XVIII cycle

Research on atmospheric aerosols in a remote and an urban area of Northwestern Italy

 

CECCARELLI FEDERICO, PhD in Geophysics XVII cycle

Previsioni Multimodel Ensemble di precipitazioni utilizzando modelli numerici alla mesoscala per la Regione Alpina

 

DOGLIOLI ANDREA, PhD in Geophysics XVI cycle

Study of circulation and dispersion in the Promontorio di Portofino coastal waters (Ligurian Sea).

 

BURLANDO MASSIMILIANO, PhD in Geophysics XVI cycle

Numerical modelling of atmospheric boundary-layer flows over complex terrain.

 

NAVA SILVIA, PhD in Physics XV cycle

Aerosol Characterisation by Ion Beam Analysis Techniques

 

ANTONELLI MARTA, PhD in Geophysics XV cycle

Statistical properties of scalar fields in the Atmospheric Boundary Layer simulated by a Large Eddy Simulation model