Richard B. Schlesinger, Joint Program Coordinator, Associate Dean for Academic Affairs (Science and Mathematics), Dyson College of Arts and Sciences; Professor and Chair, Department of Biology and Health Sciences, Dyson College of Arts and Sciences, Director, Graduate Program in Environmental Sciences, Dyson College of Arts and Sciences Pace University. Author of more than 150 papers. email@example.com
Salvatore Grimaldi , PhD, Joint Program Coordinator, Associate Professor, Department GEMINI, Università degli Studi della Tuscia, Author of numeorus papers in Statistcal Hydrology and Terrain analysis with GIS, is Guest editor and reviewer of several international Journals. Visiting scientist at Massachussetts Institute of Technology and New Mexico Institute of Technology is Secretary of Executive Committee of Honors Center of Italian University – H2CU; firstname.lastname@example.org
Maurizio Carlini , PhD, is a professor in University of Viterbo “Tuscia”. He is member of national and international organizations. Research topics: Dynamic simulation of forest fire, Energy Conversion Systems, New and Renewable Energy Conversion Systems, Environmental Impact of End Uses of Energy in Industry, Clean Technolgies and Sustainable Development (Recycling of the plastics from municipal solid wastes, from sanitary waste, from agricultural waste, etc), Biofuels and biolubricants, Recovery and treatment of exhausted vegetable oil.
Piermaria Corona, Full Professor, Department DISAFRI, Università degli Studi della Tuscia. Main research subjects: forest resources inventory, monitoring and management, environmental planning. He authored over 200 scientific publications dealing with the above mentioned issues, and a textbook on sampling for forest inventory. President of the
Forest Graduates Association.
Paolo De Angelis, PhD, Associate Professor, Department DISAFRI, Università degli Studi della Tuscia, Author of more then 80 papers on Forest Ecophysiology and Ecology, with particular emphasis on the study of the impacts of climate changes (temperature, drought, elevated atmospheric CO2 concentration) on trees, forests and shrub land.
Gabriele Dono, PhD, Associated Professor at the Department of Agro-forestry and Rural Environment Economics, University of Tuscia, Viterbo, Director of the Dipartimento di Economia Agroforestale e dell’Ambiente Rurale, Università della Tuscia. Visiting Research Associate at the Department of Agricultural Economics, University of Arizona – Tucson - . Lecturer in “Environmental economics for the agro-forestry sector”, “Natural resources economics” and “Market economics and agro-environmental policies”.
Goffredo Filibeck,PhD, Researcher, Department of Agrobiology and Agrochemistry,Università della Tuscia, Italy.Born and educated in
Rome , where he graduated in Natural Sciences. He got his Ph.D. degree in Plant Ecology at the
Florence in 2002. Permanent position as researcher at Università della Tuscia since 2006, where he teaches Environmental Botany. Main research fields and interests: Biogeography, Plant communities, Vegetation and landscape dynamics.
Michelle D. Land, Director of “Environmental consortium of Hudson valley colleges and universities”, and Program Coordinator of “Pace academy for the environment”, Adjunct Assistant Professor, since 2003 at PACE University in the Environmental Studies undergraduate program and Environmental Science graduate program in the Dyson College of Arts and Sciences. Adjunct Lecturer, since 2006 at
University in environmental politics course in the graduate Environmental Conservation Education program of the Steinhardt School of Education.
Margaret Minnis, PhD, Teaching undergraduate and graduate level environmental science, chemistry, GIS, environmental assessment, waste management, history of wastewater treatment, environmental communications. Assistant Director of
University ’s Graduate Program in Environmental Science. Served ten years on
Town of Darien, CT ’s Conservation and Environmental Protection Commissions. Studied options for town environmental action, including hazardous household waste collection, the ecological condition of town streams, the development of wetlands regulations and soils evaluation. Author of several
Andrea Petroselli, Permanent position as Researcher of Hydraulics and Irrigation, Department GEMINI, Università degli Studi della Tuscia, from 2004, where he teaches Irrigation and Drainage and works on Soil and river stabilization, Irrigation and drainage, River protection and use, Soil erosion and watershed management. email@example.com
Elena Pettinelli, PhD, is a researcher of the Physics Department (Università degli Studi di Roma “Tre”) with proven experience in ground penetrating radar and electromagnetic properties of geomaterials. Her specific work in GPR is focused on antenna calibration, target identification, geological, environmental and archaeological applications and more recently on subsurface planetary investigations with rover-driven or orbiting radars. Moreover, her experience in soil and rocks electromagnetic parameters regards time (TDR) and frequency domain techniques.
Domenico Piccolo, Full professor since 1986 at the Faculty of Political Sciences at the
Naples Federico II , at the Department of Statistical Sciences. Founder and Head of the Department of Statistical Sciences from 1997 to 2002; Visiting Fellow at the University of Lancaster (UK), Madison (USA), Genève (CH) and Madrid (E); Canterbury, (New Zealand). He is the author of more than 100 scientific works (articles, monographs, reviews, textbooks and books) on statistical methods, inference theory, time series analysis and rank modelling.
Kevin A. Reilly, PhD, principal appellate court attorney since 2004. Law Secretary to Hon. Peter Tom,
State Supreme Court Appellate Division. Adjunct faculty at
School of Law (Civil Rights Litigation; State and Local Government; American Indian Law); at
University (Environmental Law); City University of New York (American History, World History, American Government. Author and Editor of several publication on Environmental Law.
Giuseppe Scarascia Mugnozza, PhD, He is full professor of Silviculture and Forest Ecophysiology at
Viterbo, . Currently he is director of the Institute for Agroenvironmental and Forest Biology of the National Research Council (CNR-IBAF, Porano, TR, ); furthermore he is director of the
Excellence “Forests and Climate” at
Viterbo, . His research activity dealt with: tree and forest responses to climate changes and increasing CO2 concentrations; structure and functions of
Mediterranean and mountain forest ecosystems; ecophysiological determinants of fast-growing tree species; evaluation of genetical and physiological traits of natural populations of Populus.
Sauro Succi, PhD, Research Director at the “Istituto per le Applicazioni del Calcolo "Mauro Picone“” , (National Research Council of
). His research topics are: Statistical physics, Computational Physics and Biology, Applied Mathematics, Classical and Quantum Fluid Dynamics. Author of over 150 papers in referred international journals, he was visiting researcher at Tufts University Boston (USA), Queen Mary College, University of London (UK), Harvard University, Cambridge, (USA), Harvard Medical School, Boston, (USA) and at Yale University (USA).
Francesca Tosi, PhD, PhD in Mathematics, Università degli Studi di Firenze, Dipartimento di Matematica “U. Dini", Coworker of Prof. S. Succi and Dr. S. Ubertini for research in the field of “Applied and Industrial Mathematics – entropic lattice Boltzmann model”. Coworker of Prof. S. Succi and Prof. A. Gorban for research in the field of “Extension of applicability boundary of LBGK for higher Reynolds numbers”. Author of several international papers.
Riccardo Valentini , PhD, Full Professor at
Tuscia , Director of Department of Forest Science and Environment, He published 170 papers in total of which 85 are published in international journals and book. He is referee of several Journals: Ecology, Nature, Science, Tree Physiology, Global Change Biology, Journal of Geophysical Research.
Marzio Zapparoli, Associate Professor of Zoology, Università degli Studi della Tuscia, Dipartimento di Protezione delle Piante. His research is mostly oriented on ecology, systematic and zoogeography of centipedes (Chilopoda), a group soil arthropods. Comparative studies on natural and artificial ecosystems fauna in
Central Italy has been also carried out. Recently, studies on distribution and ecology of terrestrial vertebrate and insect fauna of Rome (
) has been also developed.