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Michele Amaddii

michele.amadddii@unifi.it

Geologist, traveler and trekking enthusiast. My scientific interest concern slope stability analysis and engineering geology, including field surveys, GIS analysis, and numerical modeling. I started my studies in geology, with a focus on applied geology and geomorphology, then on hydrogeological hazards. Currently, my research activity is focused on the analysis of processes leading to flash floods and rainfall-induced debris flows by means hydrological-hydraulic modelling.
B.Sc. in Geological Sciences at the University of Siena, 2016. Thesis Title: “Geology and geological applications in the Tambobamba area (Central Andes, Apurimac, Perú)”.
M.Sc. in Geosciences and Applied Geology at the University of Siena, 2019. Thesis Title: “Back analysis numerical modelling of the 19/06/1996 Cardoso (Apuan Alps, Italy) flood: from gravitational movements to their evolution in debris flows”.
Fellow at the University of Siena - Department of Physical Sciences, Earth and Environment, 2019. “Geological and Geomorphological analysis of landslides processes in Tuscany Region”.
Ph.D. Student in Earth Sciences at the University of Florence, 2019 – 2022. Thesis Title: “Quantitative hazard assessment by numerical modelling of flood and debris flow events”.

RESEARCH INTEREST 

  • Applied Geomorphology
  • Hydrological modelling
  • Debris flow modelling
  • Geomatics
  • GIS

Research project: Quantitative hazard assessment by numerical modelling of flood and debris flow events

Supervisors:

Professor Pier Lorenzo Fantozzi
Professor Leonardo Disperati


Michele Amaddii

Dipartimento di Scienze Fisiche, della Terra e dell’Ambiente
Università di Siena
Via Laterina 8
53100 Siena
Italia

 

 

 

 

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22.02.2021

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