CARLO VINCENZO CAMPOREALE
Member of Interdepartmental Center (SmartData@PoliTO - Big Data and Data Science Laboratory)
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Carlo Camporeale was born in Torino (Italy), on March 2nd, 1976. He is married with two children.
Since August 2014 he is Full Professor at Politecnico di Torino, Department of Environmental and Land Engineering. He is member of the Group of Environmental Fluid Mechanics.
2001: Master's Degree in Environmental Engineering at Politecnico di Torino in July 2001 with a thesis on the "Analysis of coherent structures in wall turbulence: classical methods and phase space".
2005: Ph.D. in Hydraulic Engineering at the Polytechnic of Turin with thesis on "On the short- and long-term behaviour on meandering rivers", supervised by Prof. Luca Ridolfi and Amilcare Porporato.
2019: Master's Degree in Physics of Complex Systems at University of Turin cum laude.
In September 2008 he received the "Torricelli Award" of the GII ("Gruppo Italiano di Idraulica") for the best young italian researcher in hydraulics in the years 2006/2008.
He is author of more than 80 pubblications on ISI peer-reviewed international journals and attended nearly twenty national and international conferences. His scientific activity mainly concerns fluid mechanics with a particular attention to the morphological instability of geophysical flows, river mechanics, stochastic modeling in biomorphodynamics and hemodynamics.
|Scientific branch||ICAR/01 - IDRAULICA
(Area 0008 - Ingegneria civile e Architettura)
Scopus Author ID: 12039045000
Google Scholar ID: C863CZAAAAAJ
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ERC sectorsPE10_9 - Biogeochemistry, biogeochemical cycles, environmental chemistry PE10_14 - Earth observations from space/remote sensing PE8_5 - Fluid mechanics, hydraulic-, turbo-, and piston engines PE10_17 - Hydrology, water and soil pollution PE10_13 - Physical geography PE10_4 - Terrestrial ecology, land cover change
SDGGoal 6: Clean water and sanitation Goal 13: Climate action
KeywordsHydrodynamic instability Morphodynamics Pattern formation Riparian vegetation Rivers Stochastic processes
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