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She holds a master’s degree in Environmental Engineering (2010) and a PhD in Hydraulic Engineering (2014) from the Federico II University of Naples (IT). At the same University, she was involved as a research fellow for several research activities mainly concerning water demand modelling, sewer systems (both theoretical and laboratory experience) and catchment hydrology. She has been working at CMCC for two years as a post-doc researcher for both the Regional Models and geo-Hydrological Impacts (REMHI) and the Impacts on Agriculture, Forests and Ecosystem Services (IAFES) Divisions. At CMCC, her main research topics concern, among others, the quantification of local impacts of climate changes in terms of extreme rainfall regime and flooding, with particular interest for urban contexts. She has wide experience in Extreme Value Analysis, probabilistic and I.A.-based pattern detection, hydraulic structures design, flood modelling and hydraulic hazard analysis.
- Datasets and approaches for the estimation of rainfall erosivity over Italy: A comprehensive comparison study and a new method
- Spatial aggregation effect on water demand peak factor
- Modellazione delle piene urbane in un contesto di cambiamento climatico: il caso studio di Napoli
- Future rainfall scenarios for the assessment of water availability in Italy
- A nonparametric framework for water consumption data cleansing: an application to a smart water network in Naples (Italy)
- An ensemble approach for the analysis of extreme rainfall under climate change in Naples (Italy)