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Marianna Adinolfi graduated with honours at University of Salerno in Environmental Engineering. She got the Ph. Doctor Europaeus in “Energy Science and Engineering” attained in 2017 at University of Napoli Parthenope. During her Ph.D., she developed coupled numerical models and experimental campaigns on energy geo-structures collaborating with the Laboratory of Soil Mechanics of École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne in Switzerland. Since 2018, she is a researcher at CMCC (Euro-Mediterranean Centre on Climate Change) – REgional Modeling and geo-Hydrological Impacts (REMHI) division. The goals of her scientific activities are: the development and post-processing of climate simulations by means of the regional climate model COSMO-CLM as part of CORDEX – Flagship Pilot Studies projects on convection; the analyses and management of climate data, especially concerning the urban environment and extreme events; the management of research activities related to national and international research projects (as EUCP H-2020, VENEZIA 2021-CORILA, HIGHLANDER). She also conducts research activities in the field of energy geo-stuctures and the assessment of climate change impacts on such structures.
- The first multi-model ensemble of regional climate simulations at kilometer-scale resolution, part I: evaluation of precipitation
- A Comparison between One-Step and Two-Step Nesting Strategy in the Dynamical Downscaling of Regional Climate Model COSMO-CLM at 2.2 km Driven by ERA5 Reanalysis
- Experimental results on an energy pile within a sheet pile wall in Napoli
- Experimental and numerical investigation of the thermo-mechanical behaviour of an energy sheet pile wall
- Behaviour of energy piles under climate-change scenarios: a case study in Southern Italy
- Evaluation and Expected Changes of Summer Precipitation at Convection Permitting Scale with COSMO-CLM over Alpine Space