Students

In this webpage you can find the list of the current students.
For the list of the Phd graduates please visit the webpage related to the Alumni.

PhD Student Research topic Supervisor
AXELSSON CHARLES PÁLMI To be defined
BATTAGLIA FRANCESCA GIOVANNA To be defined
CROTTI ILARIA To be defined
DAVOLI GUIDO To be defined
ELLENA MARTA To be defined
ERHENHI EVANS OSAYUKI To be defined
JI YINGHAO To be defined
KAPOOR RITIKA To be defined
LAROSA FRANCESCA To be defined
STEMBERGER SARA To be defined
PhD Student Research topic Supervisor
AMADIO CAROLINA OCEAN DYNAMICS COMPLEXITY. IMPORTANCE TO INVESTIGATE THE MARINE PHENOMENA AND THE INTERACTIONS BETWEEN THE BIOLOGICAL COMPART AND THE PHYSICAL-CHEMICAL FACTORS Pinardi Nadia (CMCC) / Masina Simona (CMCC)
FACCHINETTI FEDERICA MODELLING SNOW ALBEDO OF THE GREENLAND ICE SHEET Colleoni Florence (CMCC) / Masina Simona (CMCC)
FEDELE GIUSY ANALYSIS OF THE KUROSHIO EXTENSION DECADAL VARIABILITY FROM NEMO MODEL OUTPUTS AND ATMOSPHERIC MODELLING DATA Masina Simona (CMCC)
FURINI FRANCESCO HOW UNCERTAINTY AND LEARNING AFFECT MITIGATION POLICIES, AND THE RELATION WITH THE OIL PRODUCTION. Mysiak Jaroslav (FEEM) / Giupponi Carlo
PHAM HUNG VUONG INTEGRATING GLOBAL DATA PRODUCTS TO IMPROVE FLOOD FORECASTING MODEL AND FLOOD RISK ASSESSMENT AT REGIONAL SCALE IN THE CONTEXT OF CLIMATE CHANGE: A CASE STUDY FOR THE RED RIVER BASIN, VIETNAM Marcomini Antonio / Critto Andrea
SCOTO FEDERICO CLIMATE CHANGE AND GLACIERS RESPONSE IN MID-EASTERN ALPINE AREA: A NEW MULTIDISCIPLINARY APPROACH TO ASSESSING GLACIERS DYNAMIC AND DEVELOPING OF A REGIONAL MODEL OF MELTING Colleoni Florence (CMCC) / Barbante Carlo
VESCO PAOLA THE ISSUE OF FAIRNESS IN INTENDED NATIONALLY DETERMINED CONTRIBUTIONS: COMPARING THE EQUITY OF MITIGATION EFFORTS UNDER DIFFERENT APPROACHES Carraro Carlo
ZEN MICHELE SPATIAL MODELLING OF AGRO-ECOSYSTEMS IN CLIMATE CHANGE (CC) AND LAND USE AND LAND COVER CHANGE (LULCC) MANAGEMENT. Giupponi Carlo
ZHURAVLOV OLEKSANDR HIGH-RESOLUTION CONTINUOUS ICE-CORES ANALYSIS FOR ENVIRONMENTAL AND CLIMATIC STUDIES Gabrieli Jacopo (IDPA/CNR) / Barbante Carlo
PhD Student Research topic Supervisor
AMADIO MATTIA ECONOMIC MODELLING OF FLOOD RISK: AN INTEGRATED SPATIAL FRAMEWORK FOR ITALY Mysiak Jaroslav (FEEM) / Barbante Carlo
BONINO GIULIA THE EASTERN BOUNDARY UPWELLING AREAS: RESPONSE TO DIFFERENT OCEAN MODEL RESOLUTIONS AND ATMOSPHERIC FORCING Masina Simona (CMCC) / Iovino Dorotea (CMCC)
BURGAY FRANCOIS YVES DEVELOPING AND APPLICATION OF A NEW METHOD FOR CONTINUOUS DETERMINATION OF FE SPECIES IN ICE CORES Barbante Carlo
MARZI SEPEHR COMPETENCE ANALYSIS FOR PROMOTING MITIGATION ACTIONS IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES: THE CASE OF ENERGY EFFICIENCY Giove Silvio / De Cian Enrica (FEEM)
NICOLI' DARIO MEDIUM AND HIGH-LATITUDES LINKAGES AND THEIR ROLE ON INTERANNUAL-TO-DECADAL PREDICTIONS Bellucci Alessio (CMCC) / Iovino Dorotea (CMCC)
PADOVEZI FILLETI REMO AUGUSTO FINANCING THE CONSERVATION AND ENHANCEMENT OF FOREST CARBON STOCKS: THE MITIGATION POTENTIAL AND ECONOMIC EFFECTS FROM THE REDD+ APPLICATION AT AMAZON FOREST Bosello Francesco (FEEM) / Giove Silvio
SANTATO SILVIA REFORMING WATER RESOURCE ALLOCATION: CLIMATE CHANGE ADAPTATION IN WATER MANAGEMENT Mysiak Jaroslav (FEEM) / Gualdi Silvio (CMCC)
SEIDENGLANZ ANNE THE IMPACT OF ARCTIC SUMMER SEA ICE EXTENT MINIMUM ON THE NORTHERN HEMISPHERE ATMOSPHERIC CIRCULATION IN WINTER Gualdi Silvio (CMCC) / Panagiotis Athanasiadis (CMCC)
PhD Student Research topic Supervisor
CALLIARI ELISA EXPLORING LOSS & DAMAGE ASSOCIATED WITH CLIMATE CHANGE IMPACTS IN VULNERABLE DEVELOPING COUNTRIES: AN INTER-DISCIPLINARY AND MULTI-SCALE PERSPECTIVE: the thesis is made up of 3 interconnected papers. The first investigates the efforts by small insular states in introducing the L&D discourse under the UNFCCC. The second explores the economic implications of addressing L&D by proposing the establishment of a dedicated fund and discussing alternative choices for financing/allocating adaptation investments. The third paper includes a Caribbean case study. Mysiak Jaroslav (FEEM)
DAVIDE MARINELLA THE CLIMATE CHANGE – POVERTY NEXUS: KEY INTERACTIONS AND POLICY RESPONSES: The thesis aims at exploring the dynamics between climate change and poverty as well as room for win-win strategies. It develops around three main questions: i) How do climate change impacts exacerbate poverty traps? ii) Does poverty eradication reduce climate change impacts? iii) How can climate change policies be designed to take into account poverty? Building upon a quantitative assessment of these dimensions, the research will finally propose policy measures to jointly address these crucial challenges. Carraro Carlo
JAGU DATTAKIRAN SMART GRIDS FOR THE SMART AND THE NOT-SO-SMART CONSUMERS. SOCIAL ACCEPTANCE AND BEHAVIOUR CHANGES FOR DEPLOYING SMART GRIDS IN THE EMERGING MARKETS Lorenzoni Arturo (Università di Padova) / Barbante Carlo
KARROCA ORNELA STUDY OF MARKERS IN POLAR ICE CORE Gambaro Andrea
LANSETTI SANDI CLIMATE CHANGE IMPLICATIONS FOR ARCTIC DEVELOPMENT AND GOVERNANCE Soriani Stefano
MARSON PAOLA STOCHASTIC METHODS FOR PRECIPITATION SIMULATION OVER COMPLEX TERRAIN Gualdi Silvio (CMCC)
MONTOLI ENEA MARCO INTERACTIONS BETWEEN ICE SHELVES AND OCEAN IN ANTARCTICA: GROUNDING LINE DYNAMICS AND OCEAN PROPERTIES Colleoni Florence (CMCC)
SPEROTTO ANNA MULTI-RISK ASSESSMENT FOR THE INTEGRATED MANAGEMENT OF NATURAL HAZARDS AND CLIMATE CHANGE IMPACTS: Climate change impacts can trigger chains of multiple natural and man-made hazardous events over different spatial and temporal scales. The main aim is to explore alternative methods for the integrated assessments of multiple of climatic and non-climatic drivers‘ impacts and to provide a range of plausible multi-risk scenarios supporting decision makers in the comparison of different climate change projections, alternative development pathways and adaptation options. Critto Andrea