FRANCESCHINI Samuela

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Pubblicazioni

 

Pubblicazioni

 

Franceschini, S., Marani, M. and Tsai, C (2012). “A perturbance moment Point Estimate Method for uncertainty analysis of the hydrologic response.”  Advances in Water Resources. doi:10.1016/j.advwatres.2012.02.007

Franceschini, S., Tsai, C. and Marani, M. (2012). “Point estimate methods based on Taylor Series Expansion – the Perturbance Moments Method – a more coherent derivation of the second order moment.” Applied Mathematical Modelling. doi:10.1016/j.apm.2011.11.079.

Franceschini, S., and Tsai, C. W. (2010). "Assessment of uncertainty sources in water quality modelling in the Niagara River.” Advances in Water Resources, 33(4), 493-503

Franceschini, S., and Tsai, C. W. (2010). "Application of Hilbert-Huang Transform Method for Analyzing Toxic Concentrations in the Niagara River." Journal of Hydrologic Engineering, 15(2), 90-96.

Franceschini, S. and Tsai, C. W. (2008). “Incorporating Reliability into the Definition of the Margin of Safety in Total Maximum Daily Load Calculations.” ASCE Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management, 134(1).

Tsai, C. W. and Franceschini, S. (2005). “Use of probabilistic point estimate methods in uncertainty analysis for environmental engineering application”, ASCE Journal of Environmental Engineering, 13(3), 387-395.

Presentazioni

Conferenze

 

Franceschini, S. Marani, M. (2010). "Assessing the uncertainty in hydrological response evaluations via Point Estimate Methods." Special Session. Proc. XXXII° Convegno di Idraulica e Costruzioni Idrauliche 2010, IDRA, 10pp. Palermo, Italy.

Arboretti Giancristofaro, R. Corain, L. Franceschini, S. Rossi, S. and Pepellyshev, A. (2008) “Permutation Testing for Alternative Nonlinear Models with Application to Aging Curves of Refrigeration Vehicles.” Proc. 18th International Conference on Computational Statistics, August 24-29, 2008, Porto, Portugal. 8pp.

Franceschini, S. Tsai, C. (2007). "A Reliability Based Approach to Define the Margin of Safety." Proc. 32nd Congress of the International Association of Hydraulic Engineering and Research, July 1-6, 2007, Venice, Italy. 10pp.

Franceschini, S. Tsai, C. (2006). "Due tecniche stocastiche per quantficare la variabilita' dei risultati di modelli matematici per lo studio di fenomeni idrologici naturali." Proc. XXX° Convegno di Idraulica e Costruzioni Idrauliche 2006, IDRA, 12pp. Rome, Italy.

Franceschini, S. (2006). “How management and planning can benefit from uncertainty and risk analyses: a case study on the Niagara River.” Proc., World Water and Environmental Resources Congress 2006, ASCE-EWRI, 8 pp. Omaha, NE. First place student competition.

Franceschini, S. and Tsai, C. (2004). “Application of point estimate methods to modeling of toxic concentrations in the Niagara river.” Proc., World Water and Environmental Resources Congress 2004, ASCE-EWRI, 10pp. Salt Lake City, UT

Tsai, C. and Franceschini, S. (2003). “An improved point estimate method for probabilistic risk assessment.” Proc., World Water and Environmental Resources Congress 2003, ASCE-EWRI, 7pp. Philadelphia, PA

Franceschini, S. and Tsai, C. (2003). “Uncertainty analysis of the Niagara river Hexachlorobenzene toxic concentrations.” Proc., World Water and Environmental Resources Congress 2003, ASCE-EWRI, 10pp. Philadelphia, PA

Presentazioni

Poster

 

Franceschini, S. and Marani, M. (2011). “A Point Estimate Method for the individual and collective assessment of sources of uncertainty in hydrological modelling” EGU General Assembly 2011, Vienna, Austria. Poster.

Franceschini, S. and Marani, M. (2010). “Multivariate Probabilistic Analysis of an Hydrological Model” EGU General Assembly 2010, Vienna, Austria. Poster.

Franceschini, S. (2006). “Decision-making under uncertainty. Do we have any other choice?” University at Buffalo, Environmental Science and Engineering Seminar: Buffalo, NY. Invited Speaker. Presentation March 31st, 2006.

Franceschini, S. (2005) “Superfund risk assessment.” Earth Day Colloquium, University at Buffalo, Environment and Society Institute, Buffalo, NY. Poster.

Franceschini, S. and Tsai, C. W. (2004) “Measuring uncertainty in modeling toxic concentrations in the Niagara River.” AGU 2004 Fall meeting, San Francisco, CA. Poster.

Franceschini, S. and Tsai, C. (2003). “Uncertainty analysis of modeled toxic concentrations in the Niagara River.” Great Lakes Research Consortium, Syracuse, NY. Poster.

Tsai, C. W.-S. and Franceschini, S.,(2002) “Uncertainty analysis using an improved point estimate method.” AGU 2002 Fall meeting, San Francisco, CA. Poster

Riconoscimenti e premi

 

National Science Foundation International Research Fellow                                     2010                           National Science Foundation – Università degli Studi di Padova, Italy

1st Place – ASCE/EWRI Env.& Water Resources Eng. Student Competition                        May 2006 World Environmental & Water Resources Congress, Omaha, NE USA

National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellow                                     2003 – 2006   National Science Foundation – SUNY at Buffalo, NY USA

Best Student Paper Award                                                                                                                  2003 Great Lakes Research Consortium, Syracuse, NY USA

Environment and Society Institute Fellow                                                                              2002 – 2004  State University of New York at Buffalo , NY USA

National Student Design Competition Winner                                                                                    2002 Water Environment Federation National Meeting WEFTEC 2002, Chicago, IL USA

Civil, Structural and Environmental Engineering Fellow                                              2001 – 2003   Civil, Structural and Environmental Engineering Department - SUNY at Buffalo, NY USA