Ph.D. programme in Civil Systems Engineering

Coordinator

prof. ing. Andrea Papola


DICEA also promotes a Ph.D. programme in Civil Systems Engineering, that comprises all four thematic areas. The local systems, with the associated infrastructures, services, companies, and economic settlements, create new instances and are subjected to the pressing needs of transformation and adaptation. Civil Systems Engineering task is to respond to these challenges, that are a combined effect of anthropogenic, economic and environmental pressures. Some current contexts, often resulting from short-sighted and poorly planned past conduct, undertake to seek new forms of control and governance of urban systems and, at various scales, of design and management of their physical and functional components.
Promoting integration of knowledge aims to train new generations of specialists in research and implementation of policies and sustainable actions aimed at halting the continuing erosion of environmental resources and the impoverishment of populations and territories.


Research topics

HYDRAULIC AND ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING

  • Hydraulic measurements, transportation and turbulent mixing in open channel flows
  • Two phases exchange processes (air-water)
  • Dynamics and morphology of hillsides and rivers
  • Soil erosion and qualitative and quantitative evaluation of solid transport to rivers, artificial reservoirs and coastlines
  • Prediction and modeling of debris flows and mud flows
  • Water distribution networks and wastewater systems in urban and rural environment
  • Pressure management and renewable energy production in water distribution networks
  • Seismic reliability of hydraulic structures
  • Design of pumping systems under the European Directive on “eco-design”
  • Qualitative and quantitative control and management of surface and ground water resources
  • Sustainable management of artificial reservoirs and dams
  • Modeling of aquifers at different observation scales
  • Environmental and energetic issues related to groundwater utilization
  • Flood protection policies
  • Planning of water courses and watersheds management works
  • Climate change impact on water resources and on extreme hydrological events
  • Maritime and coastal engineering
  • Innovative biological and physico-chemical processes and technologies for water treatment
  • Sustainable management of nutrients in wastewater
  • Evaluation and detection of microplastics in water and sewage sludge
  • Biological waste-to-energy valorization
  • Circular economy and production of high-value commodities from residual organic feedstocks
  • Recovery of critical metals and rare earths from wastewater and solid waste
  • Carbon capture and utilization (CCU) and storage (CCS) technologies for the mitigation of greenhouse gases and climate change
  • Technologies and processes for soil remediation

TRANSPORTATION SYSTEMS AND INFRASTRUCTURES ENGINEERING

  • Decision-making process and role of transportation systems engineering
    • Planning, design, management and monitoring of infrastructures and services for passenger and freight transport
    • Public engagement
  • Analysis and modeling of passenger and freight transportation systems
    • Discrete choice models for travel demand estimation
    • Models and methods for travel demand estimation through traffic measures
    • Development of macroscopic and microscopic models and decision support systems
    • Simulation, optimization and control of transportation networks
    • Analysis and modeling of drivers’ behavior
    • Analysis and modeling of pedestrian and vehicular flows
    • Paradigms, approaches and methods for the development of digital and sustainable freight transport systems
  • Theories and techniques for design, construction and management of highways, railways and airports
    • Models and methods for design, construction and management of transportation infrastructures
    • Models and methods for design, construction and management of pavements and railroad track structures
    • Monitoring, control and maintenance of transportation infrastructures and pavements
    • Building Information Modeling (BIM) for road, rail and airport infrastructure
  • Models and methods for sustainable mobility
    • Methods and models for networks safety management
    • Energy and environmental sustainability
    • Environmental effects of infrastructures construction and operation
    • New forms of passenger and freight transport (mobility-as-a-service, freight-as-a-service, …)
  • Intelligent Transportation Systems
    • Impact of technologies on systems design (smart, lean and green infrastructures)
    • Advanced systems for traveler information, traffic control and driver assistance

URBAN AND LANDSCAPE PLANNING AND DESIGN

  • City, mobility and environment: from the building up of a shared scientific paradigm to the definition of integrated design techniques
  • Resilience and vulnerability of urban and territorial systems to natural and man-made risks
  • Processes of urban transformation/requalification and enhancement of the real estate asset
  • Smart Cities: from the interpretative paradigms to the evolution of the urban transformations management tools.
  • Sustainability analysis and assessment of urban and territorial development
  • Energy saving and efficiency in the planning and management of urban transformations
  • City and energy: planning and management of urban and territorial transformations for environmental sustainability and energy saving.
  • City, mobility and energy for building up climate change resilient cities
  • Ecosystem services
  • Urban and region adaptation to Climate change
  • Landscape planning and management
  • Historic areas and urban change
  • Policies of territory governance
  • Recovery, requalification and transformation of city e regions
  • Public spaces as common landscapes
  • Planning and territorial development

BUILDING DESIGN, RE-DEVELOPMENT AND MANAGEMENT

  • Design, construction and management of sustainable buildings
  • Sustainable residential typologies: Social housing
  • The “shapes” of the expanding city: characters and intervention methods
  • Environmentally friendly building techniques with low environmental impact
  • The envelope in contemporary architecture between language and construction
  • Technological and architectural characters for sustainable urban design
  • The retrieve of deteriorated environmental contexts with non-structural landscape interventions and environmentally friendly technologies
  • Architecture and the visual arts in the design of contemporary public buildings
  • Complex infrastructural places: characters of permanence and retraining opportunities
  • The design of infrastructural terminals: new spatialities and typological models
  • The reuse of derelict railways
  • The architectures for the health service: new users and building typologies
  • Design characters for high maintainability buildings
  • Evaluation of durability for building components
  • Climate change impact on the degradation of building envelopes
  • New technologies for the safe management of construction sites
  • Building Information Modelling
  • Innovation and sustainability in mortars and concretes
  • To recycle for sustainable building

Requirements: Master Degree or equivalent, knowledge of English (at least B2).
Admission methods: titles and oral exam.


First Year
In the first year, to each student is assigned a tutor who will follow him throughout the three-year period. In this period, the research theme is identified and the state of the art is mostly completed. Moreover, the first year is also mostly devoted to educational activities, including both general topics propaedeutic to scientific research activities, and specific courses to deepen the specific sector of interest. Each course presents a final test. At the end of the year, the Ph.D. scientific committee evaluate the work done by each candidate on which bases his/her passage to the next year is discussed.

Second Year
The second year is mainly devoted to an in-depth study of the state of the art of the subject matter of the assigned scientific application and to the development of the methodologies needed to accomplish the thesis project. Reasoned synthesis of the state of the art in relation to the research topic and first results of this methodology development can be brought to the knowledge of the national and international scientific community.
In addition to the year-end evaluation, a further mid-year evaluation is scheduled, after around six month.

Third Year
In the third year, the methodological aspect related to the issues identified for the PhD dissertation will be thoroughly refined and results and conclusions of the research work will be finalized and presented to a main journal of the sector (10% percentile).
Even in the third year, there are two checkpoints. In particular, in the final evaluation concerning the whole Ph.D. path, the reviews received by the above journal will have to be showed. The thesis dissertation is also evaluated by two external reviewers.
Each candidate has to spend a period of at least 3 months abroad where improving his/her research through international cooperation.

Ph.D. Cycles

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The teaching activity expected for the first year (2014) entails the participation to:
6 Required Courses (21 CFU):
Course of Ricerca operativa e ottimizzazione (3 CFU) – prof. Antonio Sforza – 9 to 25 September 2014
Course of EuroProgettazione (3 CFU) – Dott. Gianpaolo Varchetta – from 17 to 30 October 2014
Course of Statistica e Applicazioni (3 CFU) – Coordinatori prof. Pasquale Erto e Roberta Siciliano – from 4 November 2014 and February 19, 2015
Individual course of Spoken English (6 ECTS credits) – January to June 2015
Course of Sistemi Informativi Geografici (GIS) I Livello (3 CFU) – prof. Daniela Ducci – 20 January to 2 February 2015
Course of Osservazione della Terra: sensori, immagini e opportunità (Telerilevamento e GIS) (3 CFU) – Prof. Daniele Riccio e Ing. Giuseppe Ruello – 3 to 12 February 2015 (Offered as an alternative to the Course of Sistemi Informativi Geografici (GIS) I Livello)
Course of Valorizzare i risultati della ricerca e della proprietà intellettuale (3 CFU) – June 2015
2 Courses to choose from:
Course of I processi decisionali pubblici per il territorio e le infrastrutture. Modelli razionali, Public Engagement e ruolo (3 CFU) – prof. Ennio Cascetta – from April 4 to May 9, 2014
Course of Smart City Manager (3 CFU) – Advanced Training Course postgraduate – from June 24 to July 24, 2014
Course of Teoria degli Errori nelle Misure Sperimentali (3 CFU) – prof. Paola Gualtieri – 3 to 15 September 2014
Course of Smart City Manager (3 CFU) – Corso di Alta Formazione post-universitaria – 9 to 24 September 2014
Course of Project Management – Prof. Guido Capaldo – from January 30 to February 27 2015
Course of Decision Aiding with Multiple Criteria – Prof. Giuseppe Bruno – from 3 to 26 February 2015
Course of Fondamenti di MatLab e programmazione – Prof. Alessandra d’Alessio – March / April 2015
Thematic seminars:
Modelling and Simulation of Transportation Networks , 19 – 23 May 2014
Cycle International Seminars: SEM Smart Energy Master – from 20 May to 30 September 2014:
Smart City: the experience of the Senseable City Lab Prof. Carlo Ratti City Lab Director – Massachusetts Institute of Technology 20 May 2014 – ore 14.30-16.30 – DICEA P.le Tecchio, 80 – 9th floor Classroom TemaLab
ITC for Smart Cities Prof. Roberto Laurini LIRIS – Bât. Blaise Pascal de Lyon – Université de Lyon (Francia) 21 May 2014 – ore 15.00 – 19.00 – DICEA P.le Tecchio, 80 – 9th floor Classroom TemaLab
Smart City for Sustainable Development Prof. Mark Deakin Department of Built Environment – Edinburgh Napier University 3 June 2014 – ore 9.00 – 13.00 – DICEA P.le Tecchio, 80 – 9th floor Classroom TemaLab
Smart City: new Media for Social Participation Prof. Derrick De Kerckhove Papamarkou Chair in Technology and Education at the Library of Congress Washington Director of the McLuhan Program in Culture & Technology at the University of Toronto 12 June 2014 – ore 15.00 – 19.00 – DICEA P.le Tecchio, 80 – 9th floor Classroom TemaLab
Smart and resilient city Prof. Thomas Elmqvist Professor in Natural Resource Management at Stockholm University and Theme Leader Urban social-ecological systems and globalization at the Stockholm Resilience Center 30 September 2014 – ore 9.00 – 13.00 – DICEA P.le Tecchio, 80 – 9th floor Classroom TemaLab
A series of seminars on Sicurezza stradale Simulazione del traffico – from 18 to 20 June 2014:
Special topics in modelling road safety. Part I: The impact of crisis on road safety. Part II: Quantifying the value of avoiding a traffic fatality – Wednesday, June 18;
Calibration and validation of traffic simulation models: requirements of a reliable tool for road safety modelling – Thursday, June 19;
Macroscopic traffic safety data analysis and prediction – Friday, June 20.
A series of seminars on Future Urban Mobility: Alcune frontiere della ricerca per la mobilità urbana. I sistemi di carsharing con veicoli autonomi e nuovi algoritmi di controllo delle reti semaforiche, PROF. ING. EMILIO FRAZZOLI, 9 July 2014 – ore 15:00, Via Claudio 21, Aula Croce Ed.8 P.T.
Seminar Construction Manager/General Contractor – Lecture Prof. Ing. Giovanni Ciro Migliaccio, University of Washington
25 luglio 2014 – Ore 10 Aula C5A, Via Claudio 21
Seminar Modelling Road-Related Air Pollution – Lecture Prof. Raimundas Juneviius, 9 ottobre 2014 – Ore 11.30-16.30 Aula Grande 2° piano, Edificio 5 – Via Claudio 21
The students may be allowed to carry out tutoring and integrative teaching activities according to the regulations (not exceeding 40 hours).

Board committee

Tutors

Ph.D. students

Annalisa Agresta

email: annalisa.agresta@unina.it

Francesco Abbondati

email: francesco.abbondati@unina.it

Gennaro Angiello

email: gennaro.angiello@unina.it

Gerardo Carpentieri

email: gerardo.carpentieri@unina.it

Maria Chiara Conte

email: mariachiara.conte@unina.it

Andrea D’Aniello

email: andrea.daniello@unina.it

Ilaria Henke

email: ilaria.henke@unina.it

Francesco Pugliese

email: francesco.pugliese2@unina.it

Laura Russo

email: laura.russo@unina.it

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Organization of courses and educational activities

The teaching activity expected for the first year (2014) entails the participation to:

6 Required Courses (21 CFU):
Individual course of Spoken English (6 ECTS credits)
Course of Ricerca operativa e ottimizzazione (3 CFU)
Course of Gestione della ricerca, della conoscenza dei sistemi di ricerca e dei sistemi di finanziamento (3 CFU)
Course of Statistica e Applicazioni (3 CFU) – Coordinatori prof. Pasquale Erto e Roberta Siciliano – from November 4 2014 to February 19 2015
Course of Sistemi Informativi Geografici (GIS) 1st Level (3 CFU) – prof. Daniela Ducci – 12 to 30 January 2015
Course of Osservazione della Terra: sensori, immagini e opportunità (Telerilevamento e GIS) (3 CFU) – Prof. Daniele Riccio e Ing. Giuseppe Ruello – 3 to 12 February 2015 (Offered as an alternative to the Course of Sistemi Informativi Geografici (GIS) I Livello)
Course of Valorizzare i risultati della ricerca e della proprietà intellettuale (3 CFU) – June 2015

2 Courses to be chosen from a set of offers

Project Management – Prof. Guido Capaldo – from January 30 to February 27 2015
Course of Decision Aiding with Multiple Criteria – Prof. Giuseppe Bruno – from 3 to 26 February 2015
Course of Fondamenti di MatLab e programmazione – Prof. Alessandra d’Alessio – March / April 2015

Thematic seminars
The students may be allowed to carry out tutoring and integrative teaching activities according to the regulations (not exceeding 40 hours).

Board committee

Tutors

Ph.D. students

Marilisa Botte    

email: marilisa.botte@unina.it   

Mohammad Daliri    

email: mohammad.daliri@unina.it   

Vincenzo Luongo    

email: vincenzo.luongo@unina.it   

Claudio Scognamillo    

email: claudio.scognamillo@unina.it

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Board committee

Tutors

Ph.D. students

Farhad  Bahmanpouri
email: farhad.bahmanpouri@unina.it

Gerardo  Caroppi
email: gerardo.caroppi@unina.it

Fiore Tinessa
email: fiore.tinessa@unina.it

Maria Rosa Tremiterra
email: mariarosa.tremiterra@unina.it

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Organization of courses and educational activities

n. 4 Mandatory Courses:
Businesses and Research (4CFU) – Dr. Marco Frizzarin, Ernst & Young Business Manager
Communicating and disseminating your research work (3 CFUs) – Prof. Mo Mansouri
– Customized course of “Spoken English” (6 CFU) – CLA
– A computer science course to be selected from:– I-BIM: Infrastructure-Building Information Modeling – ing. Salvatore Antonio Biancardo
– Advanced Modeling for City and Territory (3 CFU) – ing. Pierpaolo D’Agostino
– Global Optimization and Uncertainty Quantification (3 CFU) – Prof. Mrinal K.
– Introduction to MatLab (3 CFU) – Prof. Alessandra d’Alessio
– Strumenti e software GIS (3 CFU) – prof. Marialuce Stanganelli
– Earth Observation: Sensors, Images and Opportunities (Remote Sensing and GIS) (3 CFU) – Prof. Daniele Riccio and Ing. Giuseppe Ruello

n. 4 Courses to be selected from a list offering at the moment:
– Decision Aiding with Multiple Criteria (3 CFU) – Prof. Giuseppe Bruno
– Modelli, metodi e software per l’Ottimizzazione (Modulo 1) (3 CFU) – prof. Antonio Sforza
– Modelli, metodi e software per l’Ottimizzazione (Modulo 2) (4 CFU) – prof. Claudio Sterle

– Introduzione al Matlab (3 CFU) – prof. Alessandra D’Alessio
– Advanced Matlab for transport engineers (3 CFU) – prof. Vittorio Marzano
– I-BIM: Infrastructure-Building Information Modelling (3 CFU) – prof. Salvatore Biancardo
– Modellazione avanzata per la città e il territorio (3 CFU) – prof. Pierpaolo D’Agostino
– Metodi avanzati per le analisi di sicurezza stradale (3 CFU) – Ing. Filomena Mauriello
– Metodi e strumenti per la simulazione di guida (3 CFU) – Ing. Francesco Galante
– Advanced topics in environmental hydraulics (3 CFU) – prof. Carlo Gualtieri

– Environmental fluid dynamics (3 CFU) – prof. Massimo Greco
– Patologie da umidità sulle murature e sui sistemi di risanamento (3 CFU) – prof. Roberto Castelluccio
– Strumenti e software GIS (3 CFU) – prof. Marialuce Stanganelli

Board committee

Tutors

Ph.D. students

Sara Gargano
email: sara.gargano@unina.it

Adriana Luciano

Rossella Marmo

Ivo Martone
email: ivo.martone@unina.it

Lucia Mele
email: lucia.mele@unina.it

Rosa Morosini
email: rosa.morosini@unina.it

Daniela Tocchi
email: daniela.tocchi@unina.it

Veronica Vitiello
email: veronica.vitiello@unina.it

Sara Guerra De Oliveira
email: sara.guerradeoliveira@unina.it

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Organization of courses and educational activities

n. 4 Mandatory Courses:
Communicating and disseminating your research work (3 CFUs) – Prof. Mo Mansouri
Management del Trasferimento Tecnologico (3 CFU) dott. Giovanni Landi
– Customized course of Spoken English (6 CFU) – CLA
– A computer science course to be selected from:

  • Global Optimization and Uncertainty Quantification (3 CFU)Prof. Mrinal K.
  • I-BIM: Infrastructure-Building Information Modeling – ing. Salvatore Antonio Biancardo
  • Introduzione al MatLab (3 CFU) – Prof. Alessandra d’Alessio
  • Modellazione avanzata per la città e il territorio (3 CFU)ing. Pierpaolo D’Agostino
  • Osservazione della Terra: sensori, immagini e opportunità (Telerilevamento e GIS) (3 CFU) – Prof. Daniele Riccio e Ing. Giuseppe Ruello
  • Strumenti e software GIS (3 CFU) – prof. Marialuce Stanganelli

n. 4 Courses to be selected from a list offering at the moment:

  • Advanced Matlab for transport engineers (3 CFU) – prof. Vittorio Marzano
  • Advanced topics in environmental hydraulics (3 CFU) – prof. Carlo Gualtieri
  • Decision Aiding with Multiple Criteria (3 CFU) – Prof. Giuseppe Bruno
  • Environmental fluid dynamics (6 CFU) – prof. Massimo Greco
  • I sistemi di trasporto ferroviari (3 CFU) – ing. Marilisa Botte, prof. Salvatore Strano, prof. Mario Pagano
  • I-BIM: Infrastructure-Building Information Modelling (3 CFU) – prof. Salvatore Biancardo
  • Introduzione al Matlab (3 CFU) – prof. Alessandra D’Alessio
  • Metodi avanzati per le analisi di sicurezza stradale (3 CFU) – Ing. Filomena Mauriello
  • Metodi e strumenti per la simulazione di guida (3 CFU) – Ing. Francesco Galante
  • Modellazione avanzata per la città e il territorio (3 CFU) – prof. Pierpaolo D’Agostino
  • Modelli, metodi e software per l’Ottimizzazione (Modulo 1) (3 CFU) – prof. Antonio Sforza
  • Modelli, metodi e software per l’Ottimizzazione (Modulo 2) (4 CFU) – prof. Claudio Sterle
  • Patologie da umidità sulle murature e sui sistemi di risanamento (3 CFU) – prof. Roberto Castelluccio
  • Percorsi di conoscenza verso l’innovazione (3 CFU) – prof. Gigliola Ausiello
  • Strumenti e software GIS (3 CFU) – prof. Marialuce Stanganelli

Board committee

Tutors

Ph.D. students

Lucia Coppola
email: lucia.coppola@unina.it    

Roberto Landolfi
email: roberto.landolfi@unina.it              

Federica Vitale
email: federica.vitale@unina.it 

Ciro Buonocore
email: ciro.buonocore@unina.it

Grazia Policastro
email: grazia.policastro@unina.it                             

Maria Rella Riccardi
email: maria.rellariccardi@unina.it                          

Margherita Carmen Ciccaglione
email: margheritacarmen.ciccaglione@unina.it                    

Carmen Guida
email: carmen.guida@unina.it

Nunzio Viscione
email: nunzio.viscione@unina.it               

Giovanni Ruggiero
email: giovanni.ruggiero2@unina.it                           

Yao Sicong
email: sicong.yao@unina.it        

Guadalupe Torre
email: guadalupe.torre@unina.it                             

Gigliola D’angelo
email: gigliola.dangelo@unina.it

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Organization of courses and educational activities

n. 4 Mandatory Courses:
Communicating and disseminating your research work (3 CFUs) – Prof. Mo Mansouri
Management del Trasferimento Tecnologico (3 CFU) dott. Giovanni Landi
– Customized course of Spoken English (6 CFU) – CLA
– A computer science course to be selected from:

  • Global Optimization and Uncertainty Quantification (3 CFU)Prof. Mrinal K.
  • I-BIM: Infrastructure-Building Information Modeling – ing. Salvatore Antonio Biancardo
  • Introduzione al MatLab (3 CFU) – Prof. Alessandra d’Alessio
  • Modellazione avanzata per la città e il territorio (3 CFU)ing. Pierpaolo D’Agostino
  • Osservazione della Terra: sensori, immagini e opportunità (Telerilevamento e GIS) (3 CFU) – Prof. Daniele Riccio e Ing. Giuseppe Ruello
  • Strumenti e software GIS (3 CFU) – prof. Marialuce Stanganelli

n. 4 Courses to be selected from a list offering at the moment:

  • Advanced Matlab for transport engineers (3 CFU) – prof. Vittorio Marzano
  • Advanced topics in environmental hydraulics (3 CFU) – prof. Carlo Gualtieri
  • Decision Aiding with Multiple Criteria (3 CFU) – Prof. Giuseppe Bruno
  • Environmental fluid dynamics (6 CFU) – prof. Massimo Greco
  • I sistemi di trasporto ferroviari (3 CFU) – ing. Marilisa Botte, prof. Salvatore Strano, prof. Mario Pagano
  • I-BIM: Infrastructure-Building Information Modelling (3 CFU) – prof. Salvatore Biancardo
  • Introduzione al Matlab (3 CFU) – prof. Alessandra D’Alessio
  • Metodi avanzati per le analisi di sicurezza stradale (3 CFU) – Ing. Filomena Mauriello
  • Metodi e strumenti per la simulazione di guida (3 CFU) – Ing. Francesco Galante
  • Modellazione avanzata per la città e il territorio (3 CFU) – prof. Pierpaolo D’Agostino
  • Modelli, metodi e software per l’Ottimizzazione (Modulo 1) (3 CFU) – prof. Antonio Sforza
  • Modelli, metodi e software per l’Ottimizzazione (Modulo 2) (4 CFU) – prof. Claudio Sterle
  • Patologie da umidità sulle murature e sui sistemi di risanamento (3 CFU) – prof. Roberto Castelluccio
  • Percorsi di conoscenza verso l’innovazione (3 CFU) – prof. Gigliola Ausiello
  • Strumenti e software GIS (3 CFU) – prof. Marialuce Stanganelli

 

Board committee

Tutors

Ph.D. students

Angelo Avino
email: angelo.avino@unina.it

Antonello Cerbone
email: antonello.cerbone@unina.it

Manuela Compagnone
email: manuela.compagnone@unina.it

Simeone De Simone
email: simone.desimone@unina.it

Elena Del Gaudio
email: elena.delgaudio@unina.it

Milad Abdollahpour Kohnehshahri
email: milad.abdollahpourkohnehshahri@unina.it

Roberta Ferraiuolo
email: roberta.ferraiuolo@unina.it

Cristina Oreto
email: cristina.oreto@unina.it

Dina Pirone
email: dina.pirone@unina.it

Filomena Sabatino
email: filomena.sabatino@unina.it

Gaetano Zaccaria
email: gaetano.zaccaria@unina.it

XXXVI

Organization of courses and educational activities

 n. 4 Mandatory Courses:
Communicating and disseminating your research work (3 CFUs) – Prof. Mo Mansouri
Management del Trasferimento Tecnologico (3 CFU) dott. Giovanni Landi
– Customized course of Spoken English (6 CFU) – CLA
– A computer science course to be selected from:

  • Global Optimization and Uncertainty Quantification (3 CFU)Prof. Mrinal K.
  • I-BIM: Infrastructure-Building Information Modeling – ing. Salvatore Antonio Biancardo
  • Introduzione al MatLab (3 CFU) – Prof. Alessandra d’Alessio
  • Modellazione avanzata per la città e il territorio (3 CFU)ing. Pierpaolo D’Agostino
  • Osservazione della Terra: sensori, immagini e opportunità (Telerilevamento e GIS) (3 CFU) – Prof. Daniele Riccio e Ing. Giuseppe Ruello
  • Strumenti e software GIS (3 CFU) – prof. Marialuce Stanganelli

n. 4 Courses to be selected from a list offering at the moment:

  • Advanced Matlab for transport engineers (3 CFU) – prof. Vittorio Marzano
  • Advanced topics in environmental hydraulics (3 CFU) – prof. Carlo Gualtieri
  • Decision Aiding with Multiple Criteria (3 CFU) – Prof. Giuseppe Bruno
  • Environmental fluid dynamics (6 CFU) – prof. Massimo Greco
  • I sistemi di trasporto ferroviari (3 CFU) – ing. Marilisa Botte, prof. Salvatore Strano, prof. Mario Pagano
  • I-BIM: Infrastructure-Building Information Modelling (3 CFU) – prof. Salvatore Biancardo
  • Introduzione al Matlab (3 CFU) – prof. Alessandra D’Alessio
  • Metodi avanzati per le analisi di sicurezza stradale (3 CFU) – Ing. Filomena Mauriello
  • Metodi e strumenti per la simulazione di guida (3 CFU) – Ing. Francesco Galante
  • Modellazione avanzata per la città e il territorio (3 CFU) – prof. Pierpaolo D’Agostino
  • Modelli, metodi e software per l’Ottimizzazione (Modulo 1) (3 CFU) – prof. Antonio Sforza
  • Modelli, metodi e software per l’Ottimizzazione (Modulo 2) (4 CFU) – prof. Claudio Sterle
  • Patologie da umidità sulle murature e sui sistemi di risanamento (3 CFU) – prof. Roberto Castelluccio
  • Percorsi di conoscenza verso l’innovazione (3 CFU) – prof. Gigliola Ausiello
  • Strumenti e software GIS (3 CFU) – prof. Marialuce Stanganelli

Board committee

Tutors

Ph.D. students

Sara Tuozzo
email: sara.tuozzo@unina.it         

Gianluigi Della Ragione
email: gianluigi.dellaragione@unina.it

Alessio Tesone
email: alessio.tesone@unina.it 

Castrese Andrea Di Mare
email: castreseandrea.dimare@unina.it  

Sabrina Sgambati
email: sabrina.sgambati@unina.it            

Waheed Imran
email: waheed.imran@unina.it                

Anna Lanzetta
email: anna.lanzetta@unina.it    

Francesco Sommese
email: francesco.sommese@unina.it                       

Samuel Arhin
email: samuel.arhin@unina.it    

Tomas Enrique Martinez Chao
email: tomasenrique.martinezchao@unina.it     

Diego Menegusso Pires
email: diego.menegussopires@unina.it

Carlo Moscariello
email: carlo.moscariello@unina.it            

Nicola Di Costanzo
email: nicola.dicostanzo@unina.it           

Alexandra Georganti Ntaliape
email: alexandra.georgantintaliape@unina.it     

Susan George
email: susan.george@unina.it   

Veronica Valdasso
email: veronica.valdasso@unina.it

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Organization of courses and educational activities

 n. 4 Mandatory Courses:
Communicating and disseminating your research work (3 CFUs) – Prof. Mo Mansouri
Management del Trasferimento Tecnologico (3 CFU) dott. Giovanni Landi
– Customized course of Spoken English (6 CFU) – CLA
– A computer science course to be selected from:

  • Global Optimization and Uncertainty Quantification (3 CFU)Prof. Mrinal K.
  • I-BIM: Infrastructure-Building Information Modeling – ing. Salvatore Antonio Biancardo
  • Introduzione al MatLab (3 CFU) – Prof. Alessandra d’Alessio
  • Modellazione avanzata per la città e il territorio (3 CFU)ing. Pierpaolo D’Agostino
  • Osservazione della Terra: sensori, immagini e opportunità (Telerilevamento e GIS) (3 CFU) – Prof. Daniele Riccio e Ing. Giuseppe Ruello
  • Strumenti e software GIS (3 CFU) – prof. Marialuce Stanganelli

n. 4 Courses to be selected from a list offering at the moment:

  • Advanced Matlab for transport engineers (3 CFU) – prof. Vittorio Marzano
  • Advanced topics in environmental hydraulics (3 CFU) – prof. Carlo Gualtieri
  • Decision Aiding with Multiple Criteria (3 CFU) – Prof. Giuseppe Bruno
  • Environmental fluid dynamics (6 CFU) – prof. Massimo Greco
  • I sistemi di trasporto ferroviari (3 CFU) – ing. Marilisa Botte, prof. Salvatore Strano, prof. Mario Pagano
  • I-BIM: Infrastructure-Building Information Modelling (3 CFU) – prof. Salvatore Biancardo
  • Introduzione al Matlab (3 CFU) – prof. Alessandra D’Alessio
  • Metodi avanzati per le analisi di sicurezza stradale (3 CFU) – Ing. Filomena Mauriello
  • Metodi e strumenti per la simulazione di guida (3 CFU) – Ing. Francesco Galante
  • Modellazione avanzata per la città e il territorio (3 CFU) – prof. Pierpaolo D’Agostino
  • Modelli, metodi e software per l’Ottimizzazione (Modulo 1) (3 CFU) – prof. Antonio Sforza
  • Modelli, metodi e software per l’Ottimizzazione (Modulo 2) (4 CFU) – prof. Claudio Sterle
  • Patologie da umidità sulle murature e sui sistemi di risanamento (3 CFU) – prof. Roberto Castelluccio
  • Percorsi di conoscenza verso l’innovazione (3 CFU) – prof. Gigliola Ausiello
  • Strumenti e software GIS (3 CFU) – prof. Marialuce Stanganelli

Board committee

Tutors

Ph.D. students