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Research themes

The PhD programme includes a vast array of projects in the following research areas:

“Sustainable human-environment interactions”

 1. Health

 

 

  • Silvia Bertolotti. Environmental impact of climate change on alpine streams chemistry: from field study to mesocosms. Tutor: Fenoglio. [1. Health; 5. climate, energy and mobility; 6. food, bioeconomy, natural resources, agriculture, and environment –seas, oceans and inland waters; biodiversity and natural resources]
  • Laura Favilli. Plant species in ecosystems: potentialities in the health, food, and environmental fields. Tutor: Abollino. [1. Health; 3. civil security for society; 5. climate, energy and mobility; 6. food, bioeconomy, natural resources, agriculture, and environment - environmental observation]

 

  3. Civil security for society

 

  • Laura Favilli. Plant species in ecosystems: potentialities in the health, food, and environmental fields. Tutor: Abollino. [1. Health; 3. civil security for society; 5. climate, energy and mobility; 6. food, bioeconomy, natural resources, agriculture, and environment - environmental observation]

  5. Climate, energy and mobility

 

 

  • Marzia Baldachini. Interdisciplinary evaluation of the impacts of offshore renewable energies to support an eco-sustainable approach to the marine environment. Tutor: Elena Papale. [5. climate, energy and mobility; 6. food, bioeconomy, natural resources, agriculture, and environment - biodiversity and natural resources; seas, oceans and inland waters]
  • Silvia Bertolotti. Environmental impact of climate change on alpine streams chemistry: from field study to mesocosms. Tutor: Fenoglio. [5. climate, energy and mobility; 6. food, bioeconomy, natural resources, agriculture, and environment –seas, oceans and inland waters; biodiversity and natural resources]
  • Claudia Cuomo.  Management of corporate, climate and transition risk. Tutor: Dalmazzone. [5. climate, energy and mobility]
  • Federica Ghilardi. Actual and potential roles of remotely sensed data and services from open archives to improve sustainability in viticulture within the climate change context. Tutor: Borgogno Mondino. [5. climate, energy and mobility; 6. food, bioeconomy, natural resources, agriculture, and environment – bioeconomy; biodiversity and natural resources; agriculture, forestry and rural areas]
  • Pauly Lippin. Coupled mesoscale-microscale analysis for the mitigation of urban heat islands. Tutor: Ferrero. [5. climate, energy and mobility; 6. food, bioeconomy, natural resources, agriculture, and environment - environmental observation]
  • Bianca Tenti. Development of an innovative model to simulate the impact of forest fires. Tutor: Ferrero. [5. climate, energy and mobility; 6. food, bioeconomy, natural resources, agriculture, and environment - environmental observation; Agriculture, forestry and rural areas]

 

  6.  Food, bioeconomy, natural resources, agriculture, and environment

 

  • Marzia Baldachini. Interdisciplinary evaluation of the impacts of offshore renewable energies to support an eco-sustainable approach to the marine environment. Tutor: Elena Papale. [5. climate, energy and mobility; 6. food, bioeconomy, natural resources, agriculture, and environment - biodiversity and natural resources; seas, oceans and inland waters]
  • Silvia Bertolotti. Environmental impact of climate change on alpine streams chemistry: from field study to mesocosms. Tutor: Fenoglio. [5. climate, energy and mobility; 6. food, bioeconomy, natural resources, agriculture, and environment –seas, oceans and inland waters; biodiversity and natural resources]
  • Edoardo Collarini. Development of a new protocol to reduce the impact on biodiversity and increase animal welfare in domestic pigs raised in natural protected areas. Tutor: Norscia. [6. food, bioeconomy, natural resources, agriculture, and environment - Agriculture, forestry and rural areas]
  • Laura Favilli. Plant species in ecosystems: potentialities in the health, food, and environmental fields. Tutor: Abollino. [1. Health; 3. civil security for society; 5. climate, energy and mobility; 6. food, bioeconomy, natural resources, agriculture, and environment - environmental observation]
  • Valeria Ferrario. Passive acoustic monitoring of an endangered lemur species: conservation and sustainable development. Tutors: von Hardenberg, Giacoma. [6. food, bioeconomy, natural resources, agriculture, and environment - biodiversity and natural resources; environmental observation; Agriculture, forestry and rural areas]
  • Federica Ghilardi. Actual and potential roles of remotely sensed data and services from open archives to improve sustainability in viticulture within the climate change context. Tutor: Borgogno Mondino. [5. climate, energy and mobility; 6. food, bioeconomy, natural resources, agriculture, and environment – bioeconomy; biodiversity and natural resources; agriculture, forestry and rural areas]
  • Arthur Hais. Assessment of the indirect impacts of human activities on ant’s social communication through the modification of their microbiota. Tutor: Barbero. [6. food, bioeconomy, natural resources, agriculture, and environment - biodiversity and natural resources]
  • Pauly Lippin. Coupled mesoscale-microscale analysis for the mitigation of urban heat islands. Tutor: Ferrero. [5. climate, energy and mobility; 6. food, bioeconomy, natural resources, agriculture, and environment - environmental observation]
  • Valentina Ruco. Sustainability of human activities in a complex predator-prey system in the Western Alps: relationship among roedeer, wolves, hunters, farming, and mountain tourism. Tutor: Marucco. [6. food, bioeconomy, natural resources, agriculture, and environment - biodiversity and natural resources; environmental observation; Agriculture, forestry and rural areas]
  • Bianca Tenti. Development of an innovative model to simulate the impact of forest fires. Tutor: Ferrero. [5. climate, energy and mobility; 6. food, bioeconomy, natural resources, agriculture, and environment - environmental observation; Agriculture, forestry and rural areas]
  • Francesca Terranova. Passive acoustic monitoring: a tool to support Sphenisciformes conservation. Tutor: Favaro. [6. food, bioeconomy, natural resources, agriculture, and environment – seas, oceans and inland waters; biodiversity and natural resources; environmental observation]

“Food security & sustainable food processing”

 

  1. Health

 

  • Annachiara Fioccardi. Development and sustainable intensification of agroforestry production systems by the study of the potential of food and no-food plant species. Tutor: Beccaro. [1. Health; 6. food, bioeconomy, natural resources, agriculture, and environment - biodiversity and natural resources; Agriculture, forestry and rural areas]

 

  6.  Food, bioeconomy, natural resources, agriculture, and environment

 

  • Annachiara Fioccardi. Development and sustainable intensification of agroforestry production systems by the study of the potential of food and no-food plant species. Tutor: Beccaro. [1. Health; 6. food, bioeconomy, natural resources, agriculture, and environment - biodiversity and natural resources; Agriculture, forestry and rural areas]
  • Elena Franchitti. Wastewater sludge quality improvement by applied biology for biosolids reuse. Tutor: Traversi. [6. food, bioeconomy, natural resources, agriculture, and environment - green technology (circular systems); bioeconomy]
  • Beatrice Valentini. SustWine - linking wine typicity, biodiversity, and environmental matrix. Tutor: Stefanini. [6. food, bioeconomy, natural resources, agriculture, and environment - food technology; biodiversity and natural resources]

“One health & sustainable socio-emotional development”

 

1. Health

 

  • Giulia Bacci. Sustainability of work in the life cycle: the implementation of a system to monitor risk factors and to protect the physical, cognitive and emotional capacity of workers. Tutor: Viotti. [1. Health; 2. Culture, creativity and inclusive society]
  • Anna Bertucci. FEELIGHT: Rehabilitation and social integration of hemianoptic subjects. Tutor: Lanzilotto. [1. Health; 2. Culture, creativity and inclusive society]
  • Manuela Macrì. Wastewater valorisation for sustainable reuse of water for mitigating the impact of climate change. Tutor: Bonetta. [1. Health; 5. climate, energy and mobility; 6. food, bioeconomy, natural resources, agriculture, and environment - green technology (circular systems); bioeconomy]
  • Marta Massano. Wastewater Epidemiology: Studying geographical and temporal trends in the use of medicines and illicit drugs to increase environmental and health sustainability. Tutor: Salomone. [1. Health]
  • Alessandro Mazza. THINK GREEN GO GREEN Tailored awareness-raising to reduce the anthropogenic impact on the environment. Tutor: Dalmonte. [1. Health; 3. civil security for society]
  • Astrid Saraceni. Evaluation of the impact of endocrine disrupting chemicals and microplastics on the development of neuroendocrine regulation of metabolism and reproduction. Tutors: Merlo, Bovolin. [1. Health; 2. Culture, creativity and inclusive society; 6. food, bioeconomy, natural resources, agriculture, and environment - environmental observation; food technology]
  • Ilaria Traetta. Development of an innovative model to simulate the impact of forest fires. Tutor: Bosco. [1. Health; 2. Culture, creativity and inclusive society]
  • Christina Ververi. Dried Blood Spot analysis as a sustainable and innovative approach for the detection of psychoactive substances and markers of alcohol abuse. Tutor: Salomone. [1. Health]

 

2. Culture, creativity and inclusive society

 

  • Giulia Bacci. Sustainability of work in the life cycle: the implementation of a system to monitor risk factors and to protect the physical, cognitive and emotional capacity of workers. Tutor: Viotti. [1. Health; 2. Culture, creativity and inclusive society]
  • Anna Bertucci. FEELIGHT: Rehabilitation and social integration of hemianoptic subjects. Tutor: Lanzilotto. [1. Health; 2. Culture, creativity and inclusive society]
  • Cinzia Ragni. Fossils on the market: How to exploit a non-renewable resource? Tutor: Delfino. [2. Culture, creativity and inclusive society; 6. food, bioeconomy, natural resources, agriculture, and environment - biodiversity and natural resources]
  • Astrid Saraceni. Evaluation of the impact of endocrine disrupting chemicals and microplastics on the development of neuroendocrine regulation of metabolism and reproduction. Tutors: Merlo, Bovolin. [1. Health; 2. Culture, creativity and inclusive society; 6. food, bioeconomy, natural resources, agriculture, and environment - environmental observation; food technology]
  • Ilaria Traetta. Development of an innovative model to simulate the impact of forest fires. Tutor: Bosco. [1. Health; 2. Culture, creativity and inclusive society]

3. Civil security for society

 

 

  • Alessandro Mazza. THINK GREEN GO GREEN Tailored awareness-raising to reduce the anthropogenic impact on the environment. Tutor: Dalmonte. [1. Health; 3. civil security for society]

 

5. Climate, energy and mobility

 

  • Manuela Macrì. Wastewater valorisation for sustainable reuse of water for mitigating the impact of climate change. Tutor: Bonetta. [1. Health; 5. climate, energy and mobility; 6. food, bioeconomy, natural resources, agriculture, and environment - green technology (circular systems); bioeconomy]

 

6.  Food, bioeconomy, natural resources, agriculture, and environment

 

  • Manuela Macrì. Wastewater valorisation for sustainable reuse of water for mitigating the impact of climate change. Tutor: Bonetta. [1. Health; 5. climate, energy and mobility; 6. food, bioeconomy, natural resources, agriculture, and environment - green technology (circular systems); bioeconomy]
  • Cinzia Ragni. Fossils on the market: How to exploit a non-renewable resource? Tutor: Delfino. [2. Culture, creativity and inclusive society; 6. food, bioeconomy, natural resources, agriculture, and environment - biodiversity and natural resources]
  • Astrid Saraceni. Evaluation of the impact of endocrine disrupting chemicals and microplastics on the development of neuroendocrine regulation of metabolism and reproduction. Tutors: Merlo, Bovolin. [1. Health; 2. Culture, creativity and inclusive society; 6. food, bioeconomy, natural resources, agriculture, and environment - environmental observation; food technology]
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