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Gianpiero Cossarini

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Name: 
Gianpiero
Surname: 
Cossarini
Section: 
OCE
Telephone number: 
0402140624
qualification: 
Ricercatore
Education: 

01/2001 –12/2003 PhD thesis on “development and application of a suite of models and statistical methods for the analysis of biogeochemical state and dynamics in coastal ecosystems”. Dept. of Biology; University of Trieste (Italy)

02-08/2003 PhD visitor student (data assimilation methods on biogeochemical models) at the Division of Engineering and Applied Sciences, Harvard University, Boston –USA,

09/1993-07/1999 “Laurea cum laude” (MSc) in Environmental Sciences, University of Venice (Italy) with thesis on “development and application of a 3D transport-biogeochemical model of the lagoon of Venice, and the comparison between simulations and time series”

02-08/1998 Erasmus exchange project, the Van Hall Instituut, Gronigen, Netherland

Experience: 

01/2004-01/2006 Post-doc position on “Analysis of marine ecosystems” at the Dept. of Oceanography, Istituto Nazionale di Oceanografia e di Geofisica Sperimentale – OGS .

02/2006-04/2008 Researcher (temporary position) at the Dept. of Oceanography of the Istituto Nazionale di Oceanografia e di Geofisica Sperimentale-OGS.

05/2008-now Researcher (permanent position) at the Dept. of Oceanography of the Istituto Nazionale di Oceanografia e di Geofisica Sperimentale-OGS.

Skills & Interests: 

Research activities include marine biogeochemical modelling, focused on development of biogeochemical-transport models for marginal, coastal seas and estuaries; development and use of methodologies for data assimilation, sensitivity analysis, calibration and validation of models. Activities include also statistical analysis (timeseries analysis and multivariate analysis) of large hydrodynamical and biogeochemical dataset of marginal and coastal seas and estuaries. Case studies investigated are the Adriatic Sea, the Northern Adriatic Sea, the Gulf of Trieste and the Venice Lagoon.

Aims of scientific investigations are the description of time and space variability of trophic status, physical and biological parameters, the quantification of carbon and nutrient cycles and the analysis of relationship between physical processes, biogeochemical cycles and external forcings in coastal and marine ecosystems.

Spoken languages: 
Italian, English