Coastal and climate change scientist
I’m dedicated to researching the impact of climate change on maritime climate and coastal areas. I have a strong background in wave-wind-structure interaction and statistical methods, particularly in simulating storm events and employing advanced multivariate techniques. Through my research, I strive to advance our understanding of climate change’s effects on coastal areas and develop strategies to address these challenges. Thank you for visiting, and stay tuned for more updates on my research!
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Bio & resume
My research journey and credentials
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Exploring climate change’s effects on the ocean and coastal regions
My research comprises:
Climate change effects on coastal climate
Numerical modeling of waves and storm surge
Coastal impacts: erosion, and shoreline evolution
Multivariate stochastic simulation techniques
Evolution of storm events
When one teaches, two learn
In my teaching, I strive to provide students with a solid foundation in the subject matter and equip them with practical skills. In the Coastal Structures and Shore Protection course, I cover the essentials of coastal engineering, aiming to help students understand the basics of shoreline protection. In the Climate Change: Processes and Modeling course, I delve into the science of climate change, focusing on its fundamental mechanisms and modeling techniques. In the Python for Scientists course, I introduce students to programming for scientific research and analysis. My goal is to make these subjects accessible and to foster a lasting interest in them among my students.
Media & Outreach
Sharing our impact: dissemination and media spotlight
We engage in a variety of activities focused on sharing our research activities and findings with the broader public. We firmly believe in the power of public engagement and citizen science to reach a diverse audience and raise awareness about the significance and real-world applications of our research.
MeteOcean studia l’impatto del cambiamento del livello delle acque costiere nel Mediterraneowhere: Genovawhen: 21/04/2023Climate Change - Coastal Impacts - Grant - Funding
EU Young Researchers grantwhere: Genovawhen: 7/04/2023Climate Change - Coastal Impacts - Grant - Funding
- Public engagement
MeteOcean at the Ocean Race Live Parkwhere: Ocean Live Park. Alicante, Spainwhen: 11/01/2023Ocean Race - Forecast - Sailing
- Public engagement
MeteOcean at the AWS Initiate eventwhere: Palazzo Ducale, Genovawhen: 17/11/2022Forecast - atmosphere - wave - modeling
L’erosione delle coste e delle spiagge italianewhere: Genovawhen: 17/07/2022Erosion - Coastal Impacts - Risk - Beach - Italy
Alone we can do so little, together we can do so much
I collaborate with a diverse group of experts in coastal research and climate change. This interdisciplinary team includes coastal engineers, oceanographers, climate scientists, and environmentalists. Together, we work on cutting-edge research, leveraging our collective expertise to address the complex challenges in these fields. Our collaborations strengthen our research and foster a dynamic community dedicated to making a meaningful impact on coastal and climate issues.
Institutions and companies supporting my research
My research thrives thanks to the generous support of institutions and funding agencies. Their investments provide essential resources, collaborative opportunities, and financial backing, enabling me to explore critical questions in coastal research and climate change.