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Date of birth:
Nationality and place of birth:
Italian - Turin
married (2 son)
Via S. Gabriele 7, 10044 Pianezza (TORINO, ITALY); (+39) 011-9674875
(+39) 347- 2221638.
address, telephone and fax:
Dipartimento di Idraulica T.I.C., Politecnico di Torino, Corso Duca degli
Abruzzi 24, Torino (Italy); tel. (+39)
011-564 5669; fax (+39) 011-564 5698.
Current position: Assistant Professor with tenure (Lecturer) in Hydrology for Civil Engineering and Environmental and Territorial Engineering at Turin Polytechnic.
Research Scientist in Maritime Engineering (Marine Environment) and Marine Navigation. High experience in synoptic meteorology and forecasting in marine environment. Good experience in Oceanographic Instruments (Visiting Professor in “TP Mer”- Marine Engineering, SOCRATES/ERASMUS Program, at Institut des Sciences de l’Ingenieur de Toulon et du Var - University of Toulon and Var - France).
Age 16 to 18:
Scientific high school.
Age 18 to 23:
Turin Polytechnic - Degree in Civil Engineering - Hydraulics Section (BEng+MEng).
Thesis on “Fundamental and complementary problems of the Venetian lagoon
system” (Thesis in Marine Engineering; subjects: pollution of the sea and
Age 23 to 24: Livorno Naval Academy. 7 month course (3 month: course + 4 month: training) for Naval Officers in Harbour Offices (Coast Guard). MSc in Port Operations.
Specialisation course in “Modern computerised technologies to control
hydrological phenomena” at ISMES, Bergamo (Italy).
Specialisation course in “Marine meteorology” at C.R.E.P.S., organised by
the French Ministry of Youth and Sport, in Antibes (France).
Age 30 to 34:
Ph.D. part-time basis in the Science of the Universe (sect. Physical
Oceanography and Meteorology; tutor: Prof. F. Resch) at University of Toulon (France);
title of the Thesis: “Influence
des prévisions météo - marines sur les échanges particulaires
Océans - Atmosphère en zone cotière”.
Model RAMS, UNIX, Fortran 77).
Age 32 to 32:
Specialisation Course in “Numerical Modelling for Wave’s Action in Coastal
and Offshore Structures”
(WEGEMT SCHOOL-TMR C.E.E.).
Age 33 to 33:
Specialisation Course in “MATLAB”, organised by Teoresi.
Scientific high school diploma.
Degree in Civil Engineering - Hydraulics Section; BEng+MEng at Turin
MSc in Port Operations at Livorno Naval Academy; Officer in the Italian Navy
in the Harbour Offices Corps (Coast Guard).
Professional title of the Civil Engineer (qualified for the advice and design
of the civil and hydraulic
works; valid title in the European Community); CEng.
Member of the Italian Society of
Civil Engineers, Senior Engineering; Civil, Environmental &
Member of Royal Institute of Navigation (MRIN).
Member of Royal Meteorological Society.
2001: PhD in Meteorology and Oceanography at Toulon University.
1995 - 2002:
Assistant Professor with tenure (Lecturer) in Hydrology at Turin Polytechnic.
Director of Research and responsible for the realisation and management
of the Convention between the Department of Hydraulics T.I.C. and Mascalzone
Latino Challenger for America's Cup 2003. "Chief Meteorologist" for
Mascalzone Latino AC2003.
Responsible for the realisation and management of the Convention between
the Department of Hydraulics T.I.C. and the Prada America’s Cup 2000, to
activate a transmission service for data and meteohydrological maps to monitor
the navigation’s risk (Meteorologist) and statistical analysis of
meteorological data in the Hauraki Gulf (Auckland – NZ) with weather data
Appointed adjoint head in the Research “The risk of the meteomarine
forecasts in limited area” funded by Italian Department of Research.
Responsible of Research “Operational meteohydrology and forecasting in
tropical zone” funded by Todds-Della Valle.
Director of Research “Real-time forecasting and control” funded by
Turin Polytechnic. Responsible for use of flow model MIKE 21-DHI.
Director of Research “Economic value of meteohydrological forecasts in
alpine basin: operational application” funded by C.N.R.-G.N.D.C.I.
Senior Fellowship subsidised by N.A.T.O.-C.N.R., for the research project
“Actual methods for meteo and sea wave forecast: applications and control of
their reliability” undertaken at MétéoMer (tutor: Dr. Ing. Pierre Lasnier).
Forecaster for different sailboats in Ocean Race.
Meteorologist for Monaco Radio for the assistance at navigation in Gulf of
Bengala and in Atlantic Ocean (real time assistance to cargo and sail boat).
Collaborator for the marine meteorology section of the Italian magazine
Assistant Professor in Hydraulic Constructions at Turin Polytechnic.
Junior Fellowship subsidised by COTRAO (Communauté de Travail des Alpes
Occidentales), for the research project “Meteorology in the design of
hydraulic works and problems related to environmental protection” undertaken
at the LRH of the EPFL (tutor: Prof. W.H. Graf).
Organisation and management of the convention between Turin Polytechnic -
Department of Hydraulics and Compagnie Générale des Eaux (C.G.E.).
Organisation and management of the scholarships funded by C.G.E.
Appointed head of the installation and management of the
Meteohydrological Laboratory of the Department of Hydraulics, presented to the
public at a conference entitled “The meteoclimatic centre of the D.I.T.I.C.
of Turin Polytechnic” organised by the Italian Hydrotechnical Association on
1990 - 1991:
Officer (Lieutenant) in the Italian Navy in the Coast Guard Corps, serving at
the Harbour Office of the port of Imperia. In April 1991, following the Haven
oil tanker disaster in the Gulf of Liguria, seconded to the Crisis Unit of the
Imperia's Prefecture (Meteorologist), also acting as Liaison Officer with the
French Anti-pollution force for the competences in the problems of the
Hydrography, Navigation and Meteorology.
1989 - 1990:
Voluntary assistant at the Institute of Cosmogeophysics of the C.N.R., Turin.
1989 - 1990:
Supply teacher of Mathematics and Physics at the Marie Curie Scientific high
school of Grugliasco (Turin).
Supply teacher of Mathematics and Physics at the Classical high school of
Assistant at didactic and laboratory exercises as part of the courses in
Hydraulics, Hydraulics II and Hydroelectric systems at Turin Polytechnic.
Member of the examining boards for the courses in Hydraulics, Hydraulics II
and Hydrology at Turin Polytechnic.
Member of the examining boards for the entrance exams and aptitude tests for
students enrolling at Turin Polytechnic.
Tutor for Degree’s and Master’s thesis in Hydraulics, Hydrology,
Hydraulics Constructions and Meteohydrology at Turin Polytechnic.
Lecturer at the specialisation course in “Defence of the soil and protection
of the environment”, organised by Turin Polytechnic.
Assistant Professor with tenure (Lecturer) in Hydrology for Civil Engineering
and Environmental and Territorial Engineering at Turin Polytechnic.
From 2002: Visiting
Professor in “TP Mer”- Marine Engineering, SOCRATES/ERASMUS Program, at
Institut des Sciences de l’Ingenieur de Toulon et du Var - University of
Toulon and Var – France.
Windows 98, UNIX;
Fortran 77, MATLAB;
Office 97; MATLAB; Internet softwares…;
RAMS (Atmospheric model), MIKE 21 (Hydrological and Marine model).
in Marine Engineering and Marine Navigation. 38 pubblications in National and
International journals (2 pubblications in the Journal of Navigation), in
National and International Conference (see attached “LIST OF THE SCIENTIFIC
Prof. Dr. François Resch, Director I.S.I.T.V., Director L.E.P.I., Università
di Tolone e del Var, Av. Georges Pomipodou, Bp 56, 86132 LA VALETTE CEDEX (F),
tel: +33(0)494142420/65, fax: +33(0)494142036,
e-mail : firstname.lastname@example.org
Prof. Dr. Sue Lewey, Head of Maritime Research Centre, Maritime Faculty,
Southampton Institute, East Park Terrace, Southampton, SO14 OYN (UK), tel.:
+44(0)1703319714, fax.: +44(0)1703319739, e-mail: email@example.com
· Prof. Dr. G. Bianco, Associate Professor, D.I.T.I.C., Politecnico di Torino, C.so Duca degli Abruzzi 24, 10129 – TORINO (ITALY), tel.: +390115645651, +390115645698, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org