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  1. 1. The ABC Department ABC: Architecture, Built Environment and Construction Engineering – About 160 Researchers, Associate and Full professors – About 100 “Assistant Researchers” (assegnisti), “Assistant Professors” and other contracts – About 40 Administrative and Technical Staff – About 100 PhD Students (average num.) Our department is one of the biggest in Italy, for Construction and Architecture Dept. Director prof. Stefano Della Torre Vice Director prof.sa Roberta Capello Dept. Manager dott.ssa Alessandra Sardi
  2. 2. Fatto con Circle Packing, Hierarchy (weighted) at http://app.rawgraphs.io/ Chi siamo noi, ABC? Admin.Staff: 40 Ass. prof.: 50
  3. 3. ICAR05 TRASPORTI ICAR06 TOPOGRAFIA E CARTOGRA ICAR07 GEOTECNICA ICAR08 SCIENZA DELLE COSTRUZIO ICAR09 TECNICA DELLE COSTRUZIO ICAR10 ARCHITETTURA TECNICA ICAR11 PRODUZIONE EDILIZIA ICAR12 TECNOLOGIA DELL'ARCHITE ICAR14 COMPOSIZIONE ARCHITET. ICAR15 ARCHITETTURA DEL PAESA ICAR17 DISEGNO ICAR18 STORIA DELL'ARCHITETTUR ICAR19 RESTAURO ICAR21 URBANISTICA ICAR22 ESTIMO INGIND11 FISICA TECNICA AMBIEN MED42 IGIENE GENERALE E APPLIC SECSP06 ECONOMIA APPLICATA SECSP07 ECONOMIA AZIENDALE L-OR/02 Egittologia Architectural &Urban Design Building Technologies Structural Mechanics Modelling The Disciplines of the Department And is one of the most complete, for what concerns Scientific Disciplines for our sector
  4. 4. We are a non-perfect entity • But we strongly will to become better (and the best you can find)
  5. 5. We are our PhD Candidates
  6. 6. ABC-PhD: 100 Candidates (un dottorato da cento) ABC-PhD Program is you (your value is our value) [The applicant must supply all information requested in the CV format. In particular, the CV should include: 1) the list of the applicant's publications (if available) 2) no more than two attached documents (e.g., two published papers, or a portfolio and a published paper) chosen among those that are deemed most significant to illustrate the applicant's potential. The curriculum file, together with its attachments, must be uploaded as a single pdf file that does not exceed 10 MB] c ur r i c u l u m v i t a e PERSONAL INFORMATION Surname Dell’Ovo Name Marta Address via Raffaello Sanzio n.8, 64021, Giulianova (TE), Italy Telephone +39 3923628832 Fax E-mail marta.dellovo@gmail.com Skype d.marta89 Nationality Italian Date of birth 26-01-1989 Education and training • Date (from – to) October 2012- April 2015 • Name and type of organisation providing education and training Politecnico of Milan, Scuola di Architettura e Società, c.d.l. Architecture Duration of the program of study 2 years • Principal subjects/ occupational skills covered Design studio, Architectural Technology Studio, Town Planning • Title of qualification awarded Architect Final mark obtained 109/110 Education and training • Date (from – to) October 2008- December 2011 • Name and type of organisation providing education and training Università di Roma “La Sapienza”, Facoltà di Architettura “Valle Giulia”, c.d.l. Scienza dell’architettura e della Città Duration of the program of study 3 years • Principal subjects/ occupational skills covered Design studio, Architectural Technology Studio, Town Planning, Theory of Construction, History of Architecture c ur ric u l u m v it a e PERSONAL INFORMATION Surname Barbieri Name Jacopo Address Via Pisacane 3, 21049 Tradate (VA) - Italy Telephone +39 329 7291136 Fax E-mail Jaco.barbieri@gmail.com Skype Jacopo.barbieri. Nationality Italian Date of birth 05/09/1986 Education and training I obtained my high school diploma in classical literature in July 2005, getting the maximum grade. After that, I enrolled to the energy engineering program at Politecnico di Milano, where I obtained full marks Bachelor’s and Master’s degree in energy engineering. In the meantime, I also obtained first-level diploma in Trombone at Conservatorio G. Verdi di Milano. • Date (from – to) 09/2009 - 12/2011 • Name and type of organisation providing education and training Politecnico di Milano Duration of the program of study 2 years • Principal subjects/occupational skills covered Energy engineering • Title of qualification awarded Master’s degree in Energy Engineering Final mark obtained 104/110 • Date (from – to) 09/2006 - 09/2009 • Name and type of organisation providing education and training Politecnico di Milano Duration of the program of study 3 years • Principal subjects/occupational Energy engineering C u r r i c ul u m V i t a e ANNA DALLA VALLE PERSONAL INFORMATION Surname Name Address Telephone Fax E-mail Skype Nationality Date of birth Education and training [The applicant must supply all information requested in the CV format. In particular, the CV should include: 1) the list of the applicant's publications 2) no more than two attached documents (e.g., two published papers, or a portfolio and a published paper) chosen among those that are deemed most significant to illustrate the applicant's potential. The curriculum file, together with its attachments, must be uploaded as a single ile that does not exceed 10 MB] c u r r i cu l u m vi t a e PERSONAL INFORMATION Surname Ganassali Name Sara Address Via Sobacchi 20, 26900, Lodi, Italy Telephone 3342013880 Fax - E-mail sara.ganassali@mail.polimi.it Skype +393342013880 Nationality Italiana c u rr i c u l u m v i t a e PERSONAL INFORMATION Surname Meshkin Kiya Name Maryam Address Via Sandro Botticelli, 6 Telephone +39 342 8253555 Fax E-mail m.meshkinkiya@gmail.com Skype Maryam,kiya Nationality Iranian c u r r i c u l u m v i t a e PERSONAL INFORMATION Surname Di Pasquale Name Joseph Address Via Gualdo Priorato 6, 20134 Milano Telephone 02 462832 cell: 3358395327 Fax 0248022138 E-mail josephdp@amprogetti.it Skype josephdipasquale Nationality italiana Date of birth 24/04/1968 Education and training • Date (from – to) 1991 • Name and type of organisation providing education and training Politecnico di Milano Duration of the program of study 5 anni • Principal subjects/occupational skills covered Progettazione nel campo dell’architettura e dell’urbanistica • Title of qualification awarded Dottore in Architettura Final mark obtained 100/100 lode • Date (from – to) 2001 • Name and type of organisation providing education and training New York Film Academy Duration of the program of study 1 anno • Principal subjects/occupational skills covered Regia e produzione cinematografica, moviemaking • Title of qualification awarded Regista Final mark obtained Attestato di partecipazione c u r r i c u l u m vi t a e PERSONAL INFORMATION Surname Atta Name Nazly Address Piazza G. Rossa 5/P, 20060 Colturano, Milano, Italia Telephone 3384884097 Fax E-mail nazly.atta1@gmail.com Skype Nazly.Atta Nationality Italian Date of birth 16/12/1988 Education and training Master of Science in Management of Built Environment (Gestione del Costruito, ord. 270/04) • Date (from – to) February 2013 - April 2015 c u rr i c u l u m vi t a e PERSONAL INFORMATION Surname Masseroni Name Stefania Address Via Bembo, 7 – 26100 Cremona Telephone 333-6808360 Fax - E-mail stefaniamasseroni@libero.it Skype - Nationality Italian Date of birth 02/03/1988 c u r r i c u l u m v i t a e PERSONAL INFORMATION Surname M Name S Address V Telephone + Mobile Phone + E-mail s Skype s c u r r i c u l u m vi t a e PERSONAL INFORMATION Surname Mirarchi Name Claudio cu rri cu l u m vi tae PERSONAL INFORMATION Surname Daprà Name Francesca Address Viale Regina Margherita 41, 20122 Milano (MI) Telephone 3490939902 [The applicant must supply all information requested in the CV format. In particular, the CV should include: 1) the list of the applicant's publications (if available) 2) no more than two attached documents (e.g., two published papers, or a portfolio and a published paper) chosen among those that are deemed most significant to illustrate the applicant's potential. The curriculum file, together with its attachments, must be uploaded as a single pdf file that does not exceed 10 MB] c ur r i c u l u m vi t a e PERSONAL INFORMATION Surname Fabi Name Viola Address Via Sofia 9, 43123, Parma, Italia Domiciliata in via Pietro Custodi, 8, 20136, Milano, Italia Telephone +393291865672 +491621623967 Fax E-mail viola.fabi2@gmail.com Skype Nationality Italiana Date of birth 29/12/1989 Education and training • Date (from-to) Settembre 2014-Febbraio 2015 • Name and type of organisation providing education and training Politecnico di Milano, Scuola di Architettura e Società, Dipartimento di Architettura e Studi Urbani • Duration of the program of study Semestrale • Principal subjects/occupational skills covered Uditrice al laboratorio “Energy and Urban Planning” Proff. Stefano Pareglio, Eugenio Morello Partecipazione alle lezioni e attività progettuale • Title of qualification awarded Nessun titolo rilasciato, frequentato per interesse personale • Final mark obtained 30/30 [The applicant must supply all information requested in the CV format. In particular, the CV should include: 1) the list of the applicant's publications (if available) 2) no more than two attached documents (e.g., two published papers, or a portfolio and a published paper) chosen among those that are deemed most significant to illustrate the applicant's potential. The curriculum file, together with its attachments, must be uploaded as a single pdf file that does not exceed 10 MB] c u r r ic u l u m v i ta e PERSONAL INFORMATION [The applicant must supply all information requested in the CV format. In particular, the CV should include: 1) the list of the applicant's publications (if available) 2) no more than two attached documents (e.g., two published papers, or a portfolio and a published paper) chosen among those that are deemed most significant to illustrate the applicant's potential. The curriculum file, together with its attachments, must be uploaded as a single pdf file that does not exceed 10 MB] PERSONAL INFORMATION Cu r r i c u l u m v i t ae Surname Ahmed El Gammal Name Manar Address 46 Abbas Al Akkad Street – Nasr City Cairo, Egypt [The applicant must supply all information requested in th In particular, the CV should include: 1) the list of the applicant's publications (if available) 2) no more than two attached documents (e.g., two publis portfolio and a published paper) chosen among those that significant to illustrate the applicant's potential. The curriculum file, together with its attachments, must be single pdf file that does not exceed 10 MB] [The applicant must In particular, the CV 1) the list of the a 2) no more than t portfolio and a publis significant to illustrat The curriculum file, t single pdf file that do c u rr ic u l u m v it a e PERSONAL INFORMATION Surname Longarini Name Nicola Address Via G.B. Piranesi 44 Telephone 3939511216 Fax 0756978360 E-mail nicola.longarini@polimi.it Skype Nationality Italiana Date of birth 14/02/1980 Education and training • 1998/1999 – 2003/2004 Laurea Magistrale in Ingegneria Meccanica (vecchio ordinamento) [The applicant must supply all information requested in the CV format. In particular, the CV should include: 1) the list of the applicant's publications (if available) 2) no more than two attached documents (e.g., two published papers, or a portfolio and a published paper) chosen among those that are deemed most significant to illustrate the applicant's potential. The curriculum file, together with its attachments, must be uploaded as a single pdf file that does not exceed 10 MB] c u rr i c u l um vi t a e PERSONAL INFORMATION Surname Marrongelli Name Gabriele Address Via Case Nuove 20, 66010 Rapino (CH) ITALIA Telephone +39 338 319 5430 Fax - E-mail gab_marrongelli@hotmail.com Skype - Nationality Italian Date of birth 28th of December 1983 Education and training • Date (from – to) 04/2012 - 10/2014 • Name and type of organisation providing education and training Università degli Studi dell'Aquila Via Giovanni di Vincenzo, 16/B, 67100 L'Aquila, Italia +39 0862 4311 Duration of the program of study 2 years • Principal subjects/occupational skills covered Training for a career as a Civil Engineer Analysis, design and verification of reinforced concrete structures, pre-stressed concrete, metal and prefabricated structures. seismic design, experimental modal analysis, study of linear and non-linear behavior of large infrastructure, arches, domes and cylindrical structures. • Title of qualification awarded Master’s degree in Civil Engineering Final mark obtained 110/110 cum laude • Date (from – to) 10/2005 - 03/2012 • Name and type of organisation providing education and training Università degli Studi dell'Aquila Via Giovanni di Vincenzo, 16/B, 67100 L'Aquila, Italia +39 0862 4311 Duration of the program of study 3 years • Principal subjects/occupational skills covered Training for a career as a Civil Engineer junior. Study of the basics of building science, fluid mechanics and hydraulics. Analysis, design and verification of concrete structures, geotechnical and hydraulic constructions. photograph cu c u r ri c u l u m v it a e PERSONAL INFORMATION curriculum vitae PERSONALINFORMATION Surname Boca Name Silvia Address ViaSant’Ambrog Telephone +3933342056 Fax E-mail silvia.b Skype Nationality Dateofbirt Educationandtrainin •Namea provid r IOGRAPHY 2/8 989, in Lima (Perù). When I was a in Italy (Milan) where I live for ma at Liceo Artistico Enrico De ree in Science of Architecture, pus Milano Leonardo. e in Architecture at Politecnico onardo. the Doctoral program with a ure, Built Environment and olitecnico diMilano. c u rr i c u l u m v i t a e PERSONAL INFORMATION Surname LI Name c u r r i c u l u m v i t a e PERSONAL INFORMATION Surname Mazzola Name Carlotta Address via Melzo, 17 - 20129 Milano Telephone +39 340 22 66 089 Fax E-mail carlottamazzola@tiscali.it Skype carlottamazzola Nationality Italy Date of birth 31/10/1991 Education and training Bachelor's degree in Scienze dell'architetturacu r r i c u l u m vi t a e c u r r i c u l u m v i t a e PERSONAL INFORMATION Surname Sferrazza Papa Name Gessica Address 78, Via Grazia Deledda, 07100, Sassari, Italy Telephone +39 3471275618 Fax E-mail sferrazzapapagessica@gmail.com Skype gessica.sferrazza.papa Nationality Italian Date of birth 08/01/1990 Education and training • Date (from – to) 06/2014-12/2015 • Name and type of organisation providing education and training University of Applied Arts of Vienna Duration of the program of study 18 months • Principal subjects/occupational skills covered Urban Strategies: Territorial Planning Arts and Innovation • Title of qualification awarded MSc in Urban Strategies Final mark obtained No mark given • Date (from – to) 09/2008-04/2014 • Name and type of organisation providing education and training University of Study of Sassari - Department of Architecture, Design and Urba Duration of the program of study 5 Academic Years • Principal subjects/occupational skills covered Architecture, Conservation, Urban Design and Territorial Planning • Title of qualification awarded Master Degree in Architecture and Building Engineering Final mark obtained 110/110 c u r r i c u l u m v i t a e PERSONAL INFORMATION Surname Stanga Name Annachiara Address Piazza Repubblica 5, 26012, Castelleone, CR, Ita Telephone 333 9635617 Fax 0374 57533 E-mail annachiara.stanga@gmail.com Skype annachiara.stanga Nationality Italiana Date of birth 02/05/1990 Education and training • Date (from – to) 2012 - 2014 • Name and type of organisation providing education and training Scuola di Architettura Civile, Politecnico di Milano Duration of the program of study 2 anni • Principal subjects/occupational skills covered Il processo di formazione del corso di studio si articola a Laboratori che affrontano la questione del progetto di Archi complessità e multidisciplinarietà, affiancati da corsi monodisc Capacità acquisite: l’utilizzo della conoscenza per interpr problemi complessi dell'architettura, della città e del territor fondamentali nei loro aspetti teorico-scientifici e metodologico tali conoscenze per identificare, formulare e risolvere anche diverse scale di intervento; la consapevolezza dell'etica profes Esami sostenuti: - Laboratorio di Progettazione architettonica 1 - Laboratorio di Progettazione architettonica 2 - Laboratorio di Architettura degli interni 1 - Laboratorio di Architettura degli interni 2 - Architettura degli interni. Storia e critica c u r r i c u l um v i t a e PERSONAL INFORMATION Surname Ti Name Si Address Vi Telephone +3 Fax E-mail s. Skype si Nationality Ita Date of birth Ap Education and training La • Date (from – to) 04 • Name and type of organisation providing education and training Po Duration of the program of study 2 • Principal subjects/occupational skills covered De Ar St • Title of qualification awarded Do Final mark obtained 11 graduation thesis Title Il C m Language Ita Supervisor Pr Thesis Summary Th Fi Tw re
  7. 7. ABC-PhD Credits: Disney movie, Monsters University® http://best-wallpaper.net/Disney-movie-Monsters-University_2560x1600.html
  8. 8. ABCPhD Program 2018 22 TOPICS (35 meetings) for 8 Research Lines
  9. 9. 1 – Advanced Construction Materials and Technologies TOPIC 1.1: Seismic Risk Mitigation technologies (ICAR/08-09) 1. Alper Kanyilmaz (29°). Relatore-Tutor: Castiglioni. Topic: Design of steel and composite structures with limited ductility requirements in moderate earthquake areas. 2. Amin Alavi (30°). Relatore: Castiglioni; Tutor: Parisi. Topic: Steel based fuse for Concrete Structures vulnerability reduction. 3. Giovanni Brambilla (30°). Relatore-Tutor: Castiglioni. Topic: Sustainable composite steel- concrete construction 4. Gian Paolo Chiarelli (30°). Relatore: Castiglioni (ICAR09); Tutor: Castiglioni. Topic: Racking systems of the future. 5. Marco Simoncelli (30°). Relatore: Bernuzzi; Tutor: Castiglioni. Topic: Industrial steel storage pallet rack under monotonic and seismic loading: soil-structure interaction 6. Nicola Longarini (31°). Relatore: Franchi (ICAR08); Tutor: to be defined. Topic: Xlam roof structures in the restoration of historical buildings 7. Davide Rodigari (31°). Relatore: Bernuzzi, De Col (ICAR09); Tutor: Parisi. Topic: Analysis and behaviour of steel framed building under earthquakes 8. Marco Zucca (31°). Relatore: Franchi, Cividini (ICAR08); Tutor: Gentile. Topic: Seismic analysis of Underground works and practice: The case of MetroLima 9. Ahmad Basshofi Habieb (32°). Relatore: Milani (ICAR08); Tutor: Casolo. Topic: Low-cost Base Isolator: Employing Frictional Event into Rubber Elastomer
  10. 10. 1 – Advanced Construction Materials and Technologies TOPIC 1.2: Composite materials and components (ICAR/08-09) 1. Vahid Afroughsabet (30°). Relatore: Biolzi (ICAR09); Tutor: Biolzi. Topic: Influence of fiber and cementitious materials on the characteristics of high performance concretes [Posiz.: BORSISTA - Dipartimentale]. 2. Ana Veljkovic (29°). Relatore: Carvelli (ICAR08); Tutor: Casolo. Topic: Fatigue Behaviour of FRP Reinforced Concrete Structural Elements [Posiz.: PAGANTE - assegno MarieCurie]. 3. Mehdi Ghazimoradi (30°). Relatore: Carvelli (ICAR09); Tutor: Casolo. Topic: Numerical Modeling and Experimental Observation of Textiles for Reinforcement of Composite Materials [Posiz.: PAGANTE - esentato tasse]. 4. Karrar Al-Lami (33°). Relatore: Carvelli, Colombi, Bocciarelli (ICAR08); Tutor: to be defined. Topic: Durability of Concrete Elements Reinforced with Composite Materials Under Mechanical and Environmental Actions
  11. 11. 1 – Advanced Construction Materials and Technologies TOPIC 1.3: Innovative Technologies for High Performance Buildings 1. Alessio Passera (29°). Relatore: Lollini (ICAR11); Tutor: Masera. Topic: A Business Model for Solar Thermal Façades. 2. Alberto Speroni (29°). Relatore: Poli (ICAR10); Tutor: Poli. Topic: Adaptive shading devices for high performance building envelopes 3. Andrea Zani (30°). Relatore: Poli (ICAR10); Tutor: Poli. Topic: Innovative Concrete Components with Complex Geometry for High Performance Building Envelope 4. Joseph Di Pasquale (31°). Relatore: Tartaglia (ICAR12); Tutor: Mussinelli. Topic: Hybrid Systems for Modular, Industrialized Architecture 5. Federica Brunone (32°). Relatore: Imperadori (ICAR11); Tutor: Parisi. Topic: Wood- Based Mixed Technologies and Building Extensions Design. 6. Carlotta Mazzola (32°). Relatore: Zanelli (ICAR12); Tutor: Campioli. Topic: Ultra- lightweight architecture. 7. Stefania Masseroni (31°). Relatore: Utica (ICAR22); Tutor: De Angelis. Topic: Acoustic Design. Cost Evaluation and Economic Assessment. 8. Massimo Fortini (31°). Relatore: Piana (MeccBS) (ICAR10); Tutor: De Angelis. Topic: Dynamic and acosutic performances of composite resin foam core materials. 9. Mesrop Andriasyan (33°). Relatore: Zanelli, Mazzarella (MULTI); Tutor: Carvelli. Topic:
  12. 12. 1 – Advanced Construction Materials and Technologies TOPIC 1.4: Mechanical analysis 1. Elisa Bertolesi (29°). Relatore: Milani, Poggi (ICAR09); Tutor: Milani. Topic: Simple Compatible homogenization strategies for unreinforced and FRCM reinforced masonry. 2. Vito Diana (31°). Relatore: Casolo (ICAR08); Tutor: Biolzi. Topic: Discrete Physically-Based Models in Solid Mechanics 3. Mana Mohajer (33°). Relatore: Colombi (ICAR08); Tutor: to be defined. Topic: Mixed- Mode Crack Propagation in Metallic Elements Reinforced by Using Composite Materials. 4. Vito Tateo (33°). Relatore: Casolo (ICAR08); Tutor: Biolzi. Topic: Structural Safety of Glass architectures. Solid mechanics of heterogeneous and fragile materials 5. Guodong Wang (33°). Relatore: Calvetti (ICAR07); Tutor: Milani. Topic: Modelling of permafrost degradation and gravity-induced risks in Alpine areas
  13. 13. 2 – Energy and Environmental Efficient Buildings (EEEB) TOPIC 2.1: Energy Modelling and Design 1. Giorgia Marenzi (29°). Relatore: Aste, Manfren (INGIND11); Tutor: Aste. Topic: Role of building simulation model in control systems for energy management and energy saving 2. Fazel Khayatian (30°). Relatore: Dall'O' (INGIND11); Tutor: De Angelis. Topic: Application of Deep Machine Learning in Building Energy Modelling 3. Federica Zagarella (30°). Relatore: Ferrari, Caputo (INGIND11); Tutor: Dall'O. Topic: Improved scenarios of distributed energy generation in Italian communities 4. Maryam Meshkin Kiya (31°). Relatore: Paolini, Poli (ICAR10); Tutor: De Angelis. Topic: Weather data correction for real-time building energy simulation 5. Ilaria Vigna (32°). Relatore: Lollini, Masera (ICAR11); Tutor: Imperadori. Topic: Energy Flexible Building Cluster. 6. Erika Saretta (32°). Relatore: Frontini (INGIND11); Tutor: Caputo. Topic: The breakthrough of BIPV in the built environment. 7. Juan Diego Blanco Cadena (32°). Relatore: Poli (ICAR10); Tutor: De Angelis. Topic: Comfort-based building design: Occupant centered, integrated and multilevel comfort 8. Negar Sheikh Mohammadi Khamseh (32°). Relatore: De Angelis (ICAR10); Tutor: De Angelis. Topic: Occupant Behaviour Modelling and Energy Efficiency 9. Alessandro Miglioli (33°). Relatore: Aste, Del Pero (INGIND11) Topic: Sviluppo di sistemi integrati PVT-SAHP [Posiz.: BORSISTA - Cofin Dipartimentale HYDROS] 10. Jacopo Barbieri (31°). Relatore: Colombo E. (EN) (INGIND11); Tutor: Aste. Topic: Energy
  14. 14. 2 – Energy and Environmental Efficient Buildings (EEEB) TOPIC 2.2: Energy Efficiency of Heritage Buildings 1. Lingjun Hao (32°). Relatore: Troi, Herrera (INGIND11); Tutor: Del Pero. Topic: Energy Performance of Historic Residential Buildings in South Tyrol: Present and Future Climate 2. Ehsan Raslan (31°). Relatore: De Angelis (ICAR10); Tutor: Del Pero. Topic: Energy Performance Requirements and Conservation Issues: the Case of Cairo 3. Harold Enrique Huerto Cardenas (32°). Relatore: Leonforte (INGIND11); Tutor: Del Pero. Topic: Assessment of energy and environmental performance of historic building 4. Alessia Buda (32°). Relatore: Pracchi (ICAR19); Tutor: Del Pero. Topic: Energy Efficiency of Cultural Heritage, Guidelines and New Practices in Mediterranean Climate 5. Hashem Amini Toosi (33°). Relatore: Aste, Adhikari (INGIND11); Tutor: Del Pero. Topic: Energy Retrofit of Existing and Historic Buildings: A Life Cycle Assessment Approach
  15. 15. 2 – Energy and Environmental Efficient Buildings (EEEB) TOPIC 2.3: AEC Environmental, Economical and Social Sustainability 1. Invidiata Andrea (29°). Relatore: Lavagna (ICAR12); Tutor: Campioli. Topic: Design strategies and energy efficiency in the life cycle of a buildings in Brazil and Italy 2. Anna Dalla Valle (31°). Relatore: Campioli, Lavagna (ICAR12); Tutor: Ciribini. Topic: Environment-driven Change Management in AEC Firms 3. Sara Ganassali (31°). Relatore: Lavagna, Campioli (ICAR12); Tutor: De Angelis. Topic: Measuring limits. Critical Analysis of LCA methodology and environmental benchmarks 4. Serena Giorgi (32°). Relatore: Lavagna (ICAR12); Tutor: Campioli. Topic: Circular economy and regeneraton of the building stock. 5. Roshaan Wolusmal (32°). Relatore: De Angelis (ICAR10); Tutor: Caragliu. Topic: Impact of Regional Construction Projects on Economic Growth of a Developing Country: the Case Study of Afghanistan
  16. 16. 3 – Risk prevention and emergency management TOPIC 3.1: Seismic behavior and Risk Mitigation of Masonry Buildings 1. Gaia Barbieri (29°). Relatore: Biolzi (ICAR09); Tutor: Biolzi. Topic: Vulnerability of masonry structures and retrofitting techniques 2. Nicola Giordano (30°). Relatore: Franchi (ICAR09); Tutor: Biolzi. Topic: An innovative approach in the seismic assessment and retrofit of masonry buildings 3. Rafael Shehu (30°). Relatore: Milani, Valente (ICAR08); Tutor: Casolo. Topic: Seismic assessment and retrofitting of existing structures 4. Gabriel Lee Stockdale (32°). Relatore: Milani (ICAR08); Tutor: Casolo. Topic: Reinforced stability-based design and the corrollary structural health monitoring system 5. Simone Tiberti (32°). Relatore: Milani (ICAR08); Tutor: Casolo. Topic: Historical masonry structures modelling in seismic zone: accounting brickwork anisotropic behaviour 6. Manuela A. Scamardo (31°). Relatore: Franchi (ICAR08); Tutor: Casolo. Topic: Strain softening behaviour of masonry structures under seismic loads 7. Gessica Sferrazza Papa (32°). Relatore: Parisi (ICAR08); Tutor: Casolo. Topic: Structural Vulnerability of churches in a seismic territory. A resilient territorial methodology 8. Angelo Savio Calabrese (33°). Relatore: Colombi (ICAR08); Tutor: Carvelli. Topic: Bending and fatigue behaviour of FRCM strengthened reinforced concrete and masonry elements
  17. 17. 3 – Risk prevention and emergency management TOPIC 3.2: Structural health monitoring and analysis 1. Gabriele Marrongelli (31°). Relatore: Gentile (ICAR09); Tutor: Parisi. Topic: Vibration- based Structural Health Monitoring of Civil Engineering Structures 2. Paolo Borlenghi (33°). Relatore: Gentile (ICAR09); Tutor: Parisi. Topic: System identification and FE model updating: a Structural Heath Monitoring perspective 3. Pier Francesco Giordano (33°). Relatore: Limongelli (ICAR09); Tutor: to be defined. Topic: Structural Health Monitoring. Innovative Sensors and the Value of Information 4. Antonello Ruccolo (33°). Relatore: Gentile (ICAR09); Tutor: Casolo. Topic: Condition- based structural maintenance of cultural heritage buildings. Continuous monitoring strategies and data fusion
  18. 18. 3 – Risk prevention and emergency management TOPIC 3.3: Risk and vulnerability analysis 1. Emanuele Gandelli (29°). Relatore: Quaglini, Limongelli (ICAR09); Tutor: Capolongo. Topic: Conceptual Design of Sliding Isolators for Seismic-Retrofitting 2. Anna Cantini (32°). Relatore: Zanelli (ICAR12); Tutor: Imperadori. Topic: Decoding Urban Emergence: an integrated multi-scale and iterative methodology. Proposal of a “building technological resilience” pilot project. 3. Enrica Brusa (33°). Relatore: Chesi, Della Torre (ICAR19); Tutor: no tutor. Topic: Heritage assets at risk. Prevention modalities and benefits 4. Gianluca Pozzi (33°). Relatore: Ginelli (ICAR12); Tutor: Re Cecconi. Topic: The project of resilient living. Adaptive and reactive techno-typological solutions for intelligent construction systems 5. Zehra Irem Turksezer (33°). Relatore: to be defined (ICAR09); Tutor: to be defined. Topic: Seismic damage analysis, risk reduction and reconstruction of built environment
  19. 19. 4 – Architecture and Urban Design TOPIC 4.1: Architectural History and Criticism 1. Ludovica Cappelletti (30°). Relatore: Loi, Bucci (ICAR18); Tutor: Loi. Topic: Palazzo Te in Mantua from the Eighteenth century to today. The construction of a monument 2. Caterina Franco (30°). Relatore: Faroldi, Maumi (uniGrenoble) (ICAR12); Tutor: Mussinelli. Topic: Infrastructures for leisure: the case of the French-Italian Alps after World War II. Methods and Tools to study the transformation of a territory 3. Tian Xue (32°). Relatore: Castellano (ICAR18); Tutor: Loi. Topic: The Influence of Matteo Ricci and the Catholic Church in China 4. Beatrice Gerli (30°). Relatore: Pallini, Chizzoniti, Ferrari (ICAR14); Tutor: Campioli. Topic: Structure and design of contemporary architecture. The project in relation with production through the work of Renzo Piano 5. Annalucia D'Erchia (31°). Relatore: Ferrari M., Zanelli (ICAR14); Tutor: Campioli. Topic: Prototyped system for the musealisation and protection of archeological excavation 6. Emilio Mossa (32°). Relatore: Barazzetta (ICAR14); Tutor: Campioli. Topic: Architectural design proceedings today: the design process behind the built form
  20. 20. 4 – Architecture and Urban Design TOPIC 4.2: Architectural Design Theories 1. Annachiara Stanga (32°). Relatore: Torricelli (ICAR14); Tutor: Pallini. Topic: Architecture Ground Stratification 2. Andrea Zammataro (32°). Relatore: Contin (ICAR14); Tutor: Pallini. Topic: Phenomenal openness: crossing the gap between reality and its model in architectural design 3. Amra Salihbegovic (33°). Relatore: Chizzoniti (ICAR14); Tutor: to be defined. Topic: Conceptions of Space: Form, Material, Light and Sound in Contemporary 4. Qi Wang (33°). Relatore: Chizzoniti (ICAR14); Tutor: to be defined. Topic: The articulation of the forms and the effect on the human behaviour - Learning from the Cubist of Bohemia
  21. 21. 4 – Architecture and Urban Design TOPIC 4.3: Urban design and place identity 1. Cecilia Fumagalli (29°). Relatore: Pallini, Francesco Siravo (ICAR19); Tutor: Del Bo. Topic: The city in the Islamic World between Conservation and Transformation. 2. Monica Moscatelli (30°). Relatore: Chizzoniti (ICAR14); Tutor: Ferrari. Topic: A new construction system for a reversible multi-scale prototype in developing countries 3. Daniele Beacco (29°). Relatore: Del Bo (ICAR14); Tutor: Del Bo. Topic: Techniques of architectural and urban Design in the cities of Punjab 4. Manar Al Gammal (31°). Relatore: Pallini (ICAR14); Tutor: De Angelis. Topic: Red-Sea Port Cities Urban Regeneration between Transformation and Conservation 5. Derya Erdim (31°). Relatore: Pallini, Acuto (ICAR14); Tutor: Pallini. Topic: Spatial Planning Strategies and Urban Policies in contemporary urban complex 6. Flavio Menici (33°). Relatore: Chizzoniti (ICAR14); Tutor: to be defined. Topic: Post-war reconstruction of Aleppo’s architectural heritage.
  22. 22. 5 – Complex constructions TOPIC 5.1: Measure and Procurement of Built Environment Quality 1. Lindita Bande (29°). Relatore: Ronca, Poli, Paolini (ICAR09); Tutor: Del Bo. Topic: Heat Island Mitigation Strategies. The case Study of Abu Dhabi Main Island (UAE) 2. Marta Ferretti (29°). Relatore: Gambaro (ICAR12); Tutor: Mussinelli. Topic: The project of social housing. Guideline for the control of techno-typological quality 3. Andrea Rebecchi (29°). Relatore: Buffoli (MED42); Tutor: Capolongo. Topic: Designing Healthier Cities. Strategies to Improve the Level of Physical Activity in Urban 4. Marco Gola (30°). Relatore: Capolongo (MED42); Tutor: Capolongo. Topic: Sustainable High Quality Healthcare Facilities 5. Eman Abdel Sabour (29°). Relatore: Tadi (ICAR14); Tutor: Capolongo. Topic: Sustainable neighbourhood code for Doha 6. Mohammad Hadi Mohammad Zadeh (32°). Relatore: Tadi (ICAR10); Tutor: Malighetti. Topic: Integrative Multiscale Architectural Modeling Methodology for Sustainable Dev. 7. Andrea Brambilla (33°). Relatore: Capolongo (MED42); Tutor: to be defined. Topic: Innovative Smart Tool for Hospital Design&Planning 8. Chiara Tagliaro (30°). Relatore: Ciaramella (ICAR12); Tutor: Ciaramella. Topic: The impact of new ways of working on workspace requirements. 9. Marta Dell'Ovo (31°). Relatore: Oppio (MED42); Tutor: Capolongo. Topic: Evaluation tool to support the decision-maker in the selection of a site for complex structures location 10.Sebastiano Marconcini (31°). Relatore: Pracchi (ICAR19); Tutor: Malighetti. Topic: The project of the “City for all” in UNESCO World Heritage 11.Erica Isa Mosca (33°). Relatore: Capolongo (MED42); Tutor: Malighetti?. Topic: Design for All: tools for project’s accessibility and inclusion in architectural practice
  23. 23. 5 – Complex constructions TOPIC 5.2: Architectural Design and Urban Regeneration 1. Giovanni Castaldo (29°). Relatore: Schiaffonati (ICAR12); Tutor: Mussinelli. Topic: Governance models and financial tools for the regeneration of the public city 2. Francesca Daprà (31°). Relatore: Faroldi (ICAR12); Tutor: Ferrari. Topic: Infrastructure as a regenerative network of the urban public spaces 3. Viola Fabi (31°). Relatore: Faroldi (ICAR12); Tutor: Capolongo. Topic: Urban structures for diffuse health and wellness. A multilayered tool to quantify and improve health 4. Sara G. Troncone (31°). Relatore: Bonfante, Pallini (ICAR14); Tutor: Poli. Topic: Sport buildings between specialization and functional integration in an urban strategy 5. Flavia Trebicka (32°). Relatore: Faroldi (ICAR12); Tutor: Malighetti. Topic: The cultural, morphological, technological and functional evolution of European University Campuses 6. Matteo Tagliafichi (31°=32°). Relatore: V.Zucchi (ICAR14); Tutor: Fanzini. Topic: Urban regeneration: tools and strategies for the localization of healthcare facilitiie 7. Siqi Miao (33°). Relatore: Lorenzi, Bucci (ICAR14); Tutor: Loi. Topic: Study on the Living Atmosphere of Public Spaces in Former Harbor Areas 8. Gianpiero Venturini (32°). Relatore: Fanzini (ICAR12); Tutor: Mussinelli. Topic: Innovative social reactivation and management of environmental regenerative projects
  24. 24. 6 – Preservation and Enhancement of Built Heritage TOPIC 6.1: Architectural and Urban design in/for Historical sites and cities 1. Xu Lu (31°). Relatore: Pezzetti (ICAR14); Tutor: Fanzini. Topic: Tools for the Regeneration of Chinese Urban Fabric: The Case of Xi’an Walled City Core 2. Kun Li (32°). Relatore: Pezzetti (ICAR14); Tutor: Ferrari. Topic: Conservation and Enhancement of Villages Built Heritage in the Central Shaanxi Plain Area 3. Ling Qin (33°). Relatore: Pezzetti (ICAR14); Tutor: Loi. Topic: Comparison Study of Heritage Conservation Approaches in Milan and Xian 4. Hang Lu (31°). Relatore: Scazzosi (ICAR19); Tutor: Pallini. Topic: Present conditions and perspectives of urban agriculture in China 5. Silvia Boca (32°). Relatore: Pallini (ICAR14); Tutor: Pallini. Topic: Landscapes of Modernisation: the role of architecture in inner colonisation projects across Europe 6. Mao Lin (33°). Relatore: Meriggi (ICAR14); Tutor: Pallini. Topic: Chinese Urban-rural Continuum, Town Renewal 7. Hosein Roasaei (32°). Relatore: Pallini (ICAR14); Tutor: Loi. Topic: Water, trade, community settlement and architecture: a case for cross scale investigation: Yazd 8. Elena Fioretto (33°). Relatore: Lombardini, Pallini (ICAR19); Tutor: Pracchi. Topic: Empire on the bordersProtection and enhancement of the fragile Byzantine's Commonwealth 9. Shiqi Liu (33°). Relatore: Lombardini (ICAR19); Tutor: Pracchi. Topic: Research on Conservation of Old Buildings Under the Background of Cultural Touris
  25. 25. 6 – Preservation and Enhancement of Built Heritage TOPIC 6.2: Built heritage economy and management 1. Silvia Cerisola (30°). Relatore: Capello (SECSP06); Tutor: Caragliu. Topic: From Cultural Heritage to Development: the Role of Creativity 2. Cristina Boniotti (30°). Relatore: Della Torre (ICAR19); Tutor: De Angelis. Topic: Conservation and Management of Built Cultural Heritage. Complex public properties 3. Anthoula Konsta (31°). Relatore: Della Torre (ICAR19); Tutor: De Angelis. Topic: Preventive and Planned Conservation for the Enhancement of the Rural Cultural Heritage 4. Anastasiia Sedova (32°). Relatore: Ciaramella (ICAR12); Tutor: Pracchi. Topic: Church as urban forming element. Adaptive re-use and regeneration of spiritual buildings 5. Elisa Panzera (33°). Relatore: Capello (SECSP06); Tutor: Pracchi. Topic: The socio- economic impact of cultural heritage 6. Matia Martinelli (30°). Relatore: Acuto (ICAR21); Tutor: Pallini. Topic: Inland tourism in China: smart strategies and planning 7. Sara Caspani (30°). Relatore: Brumana (ICAR06); Tutor: Brumana. Topic: Heritage Virtual Museums as tool for growing inclusive, reflective, personalized encounters of Memories and Identities. 8. Federico Marcolini (31°). Relatore: Lorenzi, Bucci (ICAR18); Tutor: Loi. Topic: Transport infrastructures as landscape components. The case of the railway Mantova Peschiera. 9. Davide Cerati (31°). Relatore: Tartaglia (ICAR12); Tutor: Mussinelli. Topic: Tools and methods for the sustainable enhancement of rural landscape and heritage
  26. 26. 7 – ICT and Smart Construction TOPIC 7.1: ICT-based Design and Project Management 1. Manuele Cassano (29°). Relatore: Trani (ICAR11); Tutor: Brumana. Topic: Construction site Information Modelling (CoSIM) from pre-design to execution phase. 2. Marzia Bolpagni (30°). Relatore: Ciribini, Philp (ICAR11); Tutor: Ciribini. Topic: Digitalisation of Tendering and Awarding Processes: a BIM-Based Approach. 3. Marcella Bonanomi (30°). Relatore: Talamo, Paganin (ICAR12); Tutor: Campioli. Topic: Change Management for Digital Transformation of Multidisciplinary Design Firms 4. Silvia Mastrolembo Ventura (31°). Relatore: Ciribini, Philp, Oliveri (ITC) (ICAR11); Tutor: Talamo. Topic: Digitally-enabled briefing processes for operability 5. Paolo Ettore Giana (32°). Relatore: Di Giuda (ICAR11); Tutor: Ciribini. Topic: Building Information Modeling (BIM) For Collaborative Procurement 6. Luigi Guzzoni (32°). Relatore: Della Torre, Utica (ICAR22); Tutor: Scaioni. Topic: ICT-based Process Innovation: the use of BIM for Construction Management and Control. 7. Serena Romito (33°). Relatore: Oreni (ICAR17); Tutor: Re Cecconi. Topic: Digitalization and Humanizing Big Data: Digital change in a Social Building Agency 8. Seyedamir Hakim (32°). Relatore: Re Cecconi (ICAR11); Tutor: Ciaramella. Topic: Legal Green Bim for developed and developing countries
  27. 27. 7 – ICT and Smart Construction TOPIC 7.2: Built Environment Digitalization 1. Riccardo Valente (29°). Relatore: Brumana, P. Pergola (UniPontif.) (ICAR06); Tutor: Brumana. Topic: A multi-user geo-archeo model for augmented archaeological information 2. Alice Pasquinelli (30°). Relatore: Guzzetti (ICAR06); Tutor: De Angelis. Topic: Topographic Database for constructions and built environment: a city-wide Information System 3. Fabrizio Banfi (31°). Relatore: Brumana (ICAR06); Tutor: De Angelis. Topic: Inclusive Building Information Modelling for Design and Asset Management 4. Cinzia Tommasi (32°). Relatore: Achille (ICAR08); Tutor: Fanzini. Topic: Information system and Cultural Heritage. Methods to promote its valorization and fruition 5. Luca Perfetti (33°). Relatore: Fassi (ICAR06); Tutor: Scaioni. Topic: Image-based techniques for the 3D survey of complex narrow spaces
  28. 28. 8 – Built Environment Economics TOPIC 8.1: Construction Industry Innovation 1. Alberto Celani (29°). Relatore: Ciaramella (ICAR12); Tutor: Ciaramella. Topic: Authorization Processes and Strategic Design in Real Estate Investments: “Which spaces for which companies” 2. Silvia Gobbi (29°). Relatore: Ciaramella (ICAR12); Tutor: Ciaramella. Topic: The internationalization of small and medium sized Italian construction firms: opportunities in the construction market of Emerging countries 3. Claudio Mirarchi (31°). Relatore: Pavan (ICAR11); Tutor: Daniotti. Topic: Knowledge network for innovation of products and processes in the construction industry 4. Alessio Domenico Leto (33°). Relatore: Daniotti (ICAR11); Tutor: Ciribini. Topic: Information management for Construction Projects 4.0 5. Hooman Sadeh (33°). Relatore: Pavan (ICAR11); Tutor: Ciribini. Topic: Construction Sector (AEC) Digitalization – The case of little and micro companies
  29. 29. 8 – Built Environment Economics TOPIC 8.2: Built Asset Management and Valorization 1. Genny Cia (31°). Relatore: Ciaramella (ICAR12); Tutor: Capello. Topic: Valorization strategies and tools in Real Estate properties [Posiz.: BORSISTA - Cofin Dipartimentale]. 2. Marta Gechelin (32°). Relatore: Pavesi (ICAR12); Tutor: Ciaramella. Topic: Emerging trends and innovative models in residential Property Management. New thinking in Facility and Community Management. [Posiz.: BORSISTA - Cofin Dipartimentale]. 3. Nicola Moretti (32°). Relatore: Dejaco (ICAR11); Tutor: Re Cecconi. Topic: Reengineering Asset Management Processes [Posiz.: BORSISTA - Rigamonti]. TOPIC 8.3: ICT-based Built Assets Management 1. Daniela Pasini (30°). Relatore: Daniotti (ICAR11); Tutor: Ciribini. Topic: Real-time information management for engaging users in building operation 2. Lidia Pinti (30°). Relatore: Utica (ICAR22); Tutor: Campioli. Topic: BIM-based Facility Management 3. Elena Seghezzi (30°). Relatore: Masera (ICAR11); Tutor: Re Cecconi. Topic: A Decision Support Framework for Technology Related Choices in Façade Retrofit 4. Nazly Atta (31°). Relatore: Talamo, Paganin (ICAR12); Tutor: Brumana. Topic: Smart Buildings in Smart Cities: information management integrated platform 5. Francesco Rota (33°). Relatore: Talamo (ICAR12); Tutor: Caputo. Topic: IoT-FM: an integrated approach inside healthcare facilities management
  30. 30. What is a PhD? Notes by enrico de angelis with reference to Matt Might, Ken Robinson, Nathan Yau, Peter Kraker, the whole StarTrek saga … and others!
  31. 31. What is a PhD, from MATT MIGHT
  32. 32. (Thanks4yourslides, Matt) Suppose this circle represent the advancing boundary of actual human knowledge …
  33. 33. (Thanks4yourslides, Matt) … And that this is your primary school learning of such an amount of knowledge …
  34. 34. (Thanks4yourslides, Matt) … And this what you gain from your secondary school studies …
  35. 35. (Thanks4yourslides, Matt) … bachelor …
  36. 36. (Thanks4yourslides, Matt)(Thanks4yourslides, Matt) … master …
  37. 37. (Thanks4yourslides, Matt) … and phd…
  38. 38. (Thanks4yourslides, Matt) Let’s go closer!
  39. 39. (Thanks4yourslides, Matt) A successful Phd is able to go beyond boundaries!
  40. 40. A successful one!
  41. 41. (Thanks4yourslides, Matt)
  42. 42. Who is the PhD holder? The ten “doctoral plus”
  43. 43. 1. A PhD holder knows how to find answers If you are trained to identify and solve problems, you are trained for decision-making: • critical thinking • complex problem solving Isaiah Hankel, “7 Advantages PhDs Have Over Other Job Candidates” www.cheekyscientist.com
  44. 44. 2. A PhD holder is not easily frightened: he/she learns from failures … Isaiah Hankel, “7 Advantages PhDs Have Over Other Job Candidates” www.cheekyscientist.com
  45. 45. 2. A PhD holder is not easily frightened … and is tempered in uncertainty Isaiah Hankel, “7 Advantages PhDs Have Over Other Job Candidates” www.cheekyscientist.com … and is fully experienced with negative bosses
  46. 46. 3. A PhD holder is taught (tempered) for high level communication Isaiah Hankel, “7 Advantages PhDs Have Over Other Job Candidates” www.cheekyscientist.com You don’t just regurgitate information, you create it.
  47. 47. 4. A PhD holder is taught (tempered) to compete and to cooperate Isaiah Hankel, “7 Advantages PhDs Have Over Other Job Candidates” www.cheekyscientist.com
  48. 48. 5. A PhD holder is adaptable to change (technological, social, organizational) … he/she is trained to generate the change and often is already beyond the chance that is to come
  49. 49. 6. PhD holder’s talent is innovation [progressive&disruptive innovation] «les docteurs … peuvent apporter “les innovations de rupture” qui feront les emplois et la croissance de demain» M.C. Corbier, LesEcho.fr 12/11/14
  50. 50. 7. PhD holders share a valuable set of relations with experts and stakeholders PhD Doctors are requested to build relations at a global level with the most influential and experts and to join, locally too, with stakeholders and their representative. These networks are less easily ACCESSIBLE by industrial and social parties
  51. 51. 8. PhD holders have knowledge, experience and creativity to use it with high profit
  52. 52. 9. The three years costs to grow PhD holders are payed back by their three year work PhD Candidates, during their first year are mostly devoted to understand the questions to face and to complete their knowledge. But they start working ASAP … and the more their are helped in this first task, the quicker their results come … do you have any question? three year costs may be payed bach before than three year
  53. 53. 10. PhD training cost is low but it needs medium term programs Slide by: Lidia Borrell-Damian Director, Research and Innovation, European University Association, 8th EUA-CDE workshop Aix- Marseille, January 2015)
  54. 54. “mission”, “vision” and basic principles
  55. 55. Our Mission to train future researchers for the extensive field of Architecture, Built Environment and Construction Engineering. Trained to face complex questions in complex contexts Trained to innovate
  56. 56. Our Vision Our future researchers are self-sufficient, independent “actors”, able to gain an outstanding position at an international level: as scientist/academic as intellectuals as professionals as entrepreneurs Trained to face complex questions in complex contexts and to innovate
  57. 57. Our Vision We aim to become – in few years – the Italian Point of Reference for training experts in all the most critical subjects related to the sustainable (environmental, economical, social and cultural sustainability) transformation and management of the Built Environment ecosystem Immagine trovata in internet: http://www.gentside.com/phare/wallpaper
  58. 58. Our principles (the ten pillars) of a competitive, attractive, well working PhD Program
  59. 59. 1 – Doctoral Candidates are trained producing original research Research training is through research itself, working with other researchers, mainly in the ABC Department. Candidate’s activity is embedded in our institutional activity (Sistematica Collaborazione all’interno in programmi di ricerca dipartimentali) [Salzburg Principles, 1 and 2]
  60. 60. 2 – PhD candidates are trained as independent (mentored) researchers Mentors (tutor, supervisor, advisor) are counsellors, trainers, bosses , and their qualities are: – Credibility – Integrity – Confidence – Cooperation Mentorship means to involve, to offer opportunities, also for learning from errors and bearing responsibilities. Pablo E. Fabisch - http://paesmem.stanford.edu/html/proceed ings_4.html [Salzburg Principles, N.4: Early Stage Researchers, and N.5, The crucial role of supervision …]
  61. 61. 3 – PhD training is tailored on the Candidate and his/her objectives Each Candidate defines, with the Tutor his/her Research and Training Plan (R&Tplan): – A lot of research activity about a chosen topic (66-85%). – Some formal training (few), to gain a common starting level and to fill possible gaps, to get basic skills (e.g. research management and communication) and to be updated
  62. 62. 4 – PhD candidates are continuously reviewed and assessed ABC-PhD: study + work + internal review and external assessment – Mentorship comes together with systematic review (6 Milestones) and independent assessment (by external experts) of candidate’s projects and products – Results are planned and expected from the first year + [Salzburg Principles, N.5, The crucial role of supervision and assessment]
  63. 63. 5 – Strong relations with other researchers in the global network There are thousands of researchers in Europe, hundrieds of thousands in the world: the most of them works on similar projects and topics. http://www.phdcomics.com/comics/archive/phd112006s.gif [Salzburg Principles, N.9, Increasing mobility]
  64. 64. 6 – A management system designed to improve our performances [Salzburg Recommendation 2.7, Quality and accountability]
  65. 65. 7 – High level and wide disciplinar spectrum doctoral training offer The whole PhD School offers a complex and wide set of courses on may topics and disciplines, with the best international teachers and about the most actual research questions. The Program adds a good number of strategic and specialistic courses and research workshops about our main topics [Salzburg Principles, N.3: Diversity]
  66. 66. 8 – An effective recruitment process 1. Open, efficient, transparent and supportive recruitment procedures , internationally comparable and tailored to the advertised positions. 2. A selection based on the research of the compromise among youngers potential, personal motivation and proved competencies. [Salzburg Recommendation 2.2, Recruitment, admission and status]
  67. 67. 9 – Publishing PhD (but not too much) PhD Candidates are directly involved in active research. Their average number of peer- reviewed publications during the PhD is about 2,0. We aim to grow a lot in the future: not a lot in number, in quality. Alternative to publication: PATENT! [Salzburg Principles, N.4: Doctoral Candidates as early stage researchers.] [Salzburg Reccomendation 2.4, The outcome of their research must be original and suitable for dissemination within the scientific community]
  68. 68. 10 – Strong relation with stakeholders Candidate’s activity is embedded in the institutional activity of the ABC Department, that is defined in a strong relation with stakeholders. Moreover, Candidates are strongly encouraged to stay in relation with stakeholders … OPEN INNOVATION Inside-out Outside-in knowledge resources skills ideas EC Principles for Innovative Doctoral Training in Europe: 5. Exposure to industry and Interface with the labour market
  69. 69. 10 – Strong relation with stakeholders Candidate’s activity is embedded in the institutional activity of the ABC Department, that is defined in a strong relation with stakeholders. Moreover, Candidates are strongly encouraged to stay in relation with stakeholders … Image from Cheeky Scientist Association, from the post “How To Transition From Academia Into Business” http://cheekyscientist.com/phd-jobs/
  70. 70. … to open the door and look around Published by AAAS, ILLUSTRATION: ROBERT NEUBECKER … to open the door and look around … as soon as possible, before ending your PhD and your scholarship!

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