Research interests:

Physical Oceanography
Climate change
Environmental Engineering

Career history:

Transcript of Master in Environmental Engineering:
Stability of slopes and landslide, 19/06/2012, University of Calabria (Rende, Italy)
Forest ecology, 26/06/2012, University of Calabria (Rende, Italy)
Atmospheric pollution, 23/07/2012, University of Calabria (Rende, Italy)
Planning of territory, 25/07/2012, University of Calabria (Rende, Italy)
Flume dynamic, 02/07/2013, University of Calabria (Rende, Italy)
Material technology, 08/07/2013, University of Calabria (Rende, Italy)
Water treatment plant design, 30/07/2013, University of Calabria (Rende, Italy)
Intern on lab flume, 01/10/2013 – 30/11/2013, University of Calabria (Rende, Italy)
Remediation of contaminated sites, 07/02/2014, University of Calabria (Rende, Italy)
Flood defense design, 13/02/2014, University of Calabria (Rende, Italy)
Climatology, 11/12/2014, Technical University G. Asachi (Iasi, Romania)
Special hydraulic, 11/12/2014, Technical University G. Asachi (Iasi, Romania)
Special hydrology, 11/12/2014, Technical University G. Asachi (Iasi, Romania)
Integral management of water resources, 11/12/2014, Technical University G. Asachi
(Iasi, Romania)
Flood prevention, 11/12/2014, Technical University G. Asachi (Iasi, Romania)
Management of hydro-technical projects, 11/12/2014, Technical University G. Asachi
(Iasi, Romania)
Intern on lab flume, 15/12/2014 – 30/03/2015, University of Calabria (Rende, Italy)
Viva, 27/05/2015, University of Calabria (Rende, Italy)

Active research projects:

The research focuses on the investigation of Structure and
Coherence of Flow through the Fair Isle Gap (FIG) measured
by High Frequency Radar (HFR).
Variability of tidal fluctuation in the FIG is investigated using
complementary methods and datasets, such as profiling current
meter measurements, numerical modelling (Pentland Firth and
Orkney Waters) and HFR observations. Harmonic analysis is
undertaken to investigate the tidal pattern in the area of
The assimilation of radial surface current observations from
HFR system is also studied and improved. The Open-boundary
Modal Analysis (OMA) is considered as an alternative method
to estimate the HFR total vectors from direct assimilation.
The novel combination of current meter measurement and HFR
observation is implemented in order to estimate the transport
through the FIG.

Recent publications:

The influence of the North Atlantic Oscillation on diverse renewable generation in Scotland.
AN Commin, AS French, M Marasco, J Loxton, SW Gibb, J McClatchey
Applied energy 205, 855-867