PhD Thesis Defence – T.Battiston, C.Bettoni, A.Citrini and A.Morcioni

On Wednesday 29 May 2024 starting from 9:30, Tommaso Battiston, Chiara Bettoni, Andrea Citrini and Andrea Morcioni will defend their PhD theses. It is possibile to attend their defences in person in room Taramelli, via Mangiagalli 34, Department of Earth Sciences “A.Desio”, University of Milan, or remotely on the Zoom platform, by clicking on the following link or by using the following:
Meeting ID: 882 6985 3455
Passcode: 188781

PhD Thesis Defence – Alessandro P. Carniti & Serena Perini

On Wednesday 28 February 2024 at 15:00 CEST, Alessandro Paolo Carniti and Serena Perini will defend their PhD theses. It is possible to attend their defences in person in “Aula Stoppani”, via Mangiagalli 34, Department of Earth Sciences “Ardito Desio”,
University of Milan, or remotely on the Zoom platform, by clicking on the following link or by using the following
Meeting ID: 871 6691 4451
Passcode: 226810

Andrea Morcioni wins the “Digital Model Award 2023”

Andrea Morcioni, PhD student at the Department of Earth Sciences “A.Desio”, was rewarded by Harpaceas within the “Digital Model Award 2023” contest, category “Geotechnical computation – FLAC3D”, with a work entitled “La Frana di Piuro del 1618: modellazione numerica idro-meccanica con FLAC3D” (authors: Andrea Morcioni, Tiziana Apuani e Francesco Cecinato).

The price is awarded to research works where the advanced usage of specific software brings to the construction of advanced and innovative numerical models.

At this link you can find the interview to Andrea Morcioni during the Harpaceas Community Day.

Enrollment 2023/2024

It is now open the call for applications for the enrollment 2023/2024.

Hereinafter some important dates:
Opening of the admission procedure: from 27/06/2023 to 26/07/2023
Application for matriculation: from 25/09/2023 to 29/09/2023

More info can be found on the call and the corresponding attachments.

Alessandro Carniti wins the Edward Forbes Award 2023

Alessandro Carniti, PhD student of the 36th cycle, wins the prestigious price from the Paleontographical Society with his research work:

Carniti, A.P., Della Porta, G., Banks, V.J., Stephenson, M.H., and Angiolini, L. 2022. Brachiopod fauna from uppermost Visean (Mississippian) mud mounds in Derbyshire, UK. Acta Palaeontologica Polonica 67 (4): 865–915.

The Edward Forbes Prize aims to recognize outstanding contributions by early career researchers in the field of taxonomic and systematic palaeontology (encompassing invertebrates, vertebrates, palaeobotany and microfossils).

PhD Thesis Defenses – Marco Cantaluppi, Lorenzo Magnani and Francesco Pagliaro

Monday the 17th of April starting 9:30, Marco Cantaluppi, Lorenzo Magnani and Francesco Pagliaro will defend their PhD Theses entitled respectively “Advanced mineralogical and crystallographical techniques for understanding transformation processes in natural materials and synthetica analogous”, “Lithium enrichment in anatectic pegmatites: new insights from the thermometamorphic aureole of the Adamello batholith” and “Crystal chemistry and physical-chemical behavior of REE-bearing phosphates and arsenates: the case study of Mt. Cervandone”..

You can attend their defenses in person in aula Stoppani, via Mangiagalli 34, Earth Sciences Department “A.Desio” of the University of Milan, or remotely thorough the Zoom platform by following  this link.