Teaching:

20 March 2017. Seminar entitled "An assimilative method to real-time update the IRI model for space weather purposes" held at the Physics and Astronomy Department of the University Do Vale Do Paraiba of Sao Jose dos Campos, Brasil, in the framework of the PhD in Physics and Astronomy.

 

20-25 May 2016. Seminars entitled “Comparison between IRI and preliminary Swarm Langmuir probe measurements during the St. Patrick storm period” and “Applying a curl-B technique to Swarm vector data to estimate nighttime F region current intensities” held at the Physics and Astronomy Department of the University Do Vale Do Paraiba of Sao Jose dos Campos, Brasil, in the framework of the PhD in Physics and Astronomy.

 

27 May 2015. Seminar on “Physics of the Ionosphere” held at the Physics Department of the University “La Sapienza” of Rome, in the framework of the “Introduction to the Atmospheric Physics” course of the three-year Physics degree.

 

10-12 March 2015. Seminars entitled “Automatic scaling of vertical ionograms and its applications” and “Influence of tides and planetary waves on sporadic E layer” held at the Physics and Astronomy Department of the University Do Vale Do Paraiba of Sao Jose dos Campos, Brasil, in the framework of the PhD in Physics and Astronomy.

 

4 June 2014. Seminar on “Physics of the Ionosphere” held at the Physics Department of the University “La Sapienza” of Rome, in the framework of the “Introduction to the Atmospheric Physics” course of the three-year Physics degree.

 

Academic years 2007-2008, 2009-2010, 2012-2013. Course on “Physics of the Ionosphere” held at the Physics Department of the University “La Sapienza” of Rome.

 

October-November 2009, September 2010, June-November 2011, May 2012. Course on “Ionospheric Physics and Radio Propagation” held at INGV of Rome for the Armed Forces.

 

October 2010. Postgraduate course on “Magnetoionic theory and autoscaling systems of vertical soundings” held at the department of Ciencas de la Computacìon of the Universidad Nacional de Tucumán, Argentina.

 

Theses Supervised:

Supervisor of the following master theses in Physics:

 

-Unusual nighttime impulsive enhancements of electron density characterizing the low-latitude ionosphere: phenomenology and possible mechanisms of triggering by Luigi Perna (University “La Sapienza” of Rome, December 2012);

-Study of the influence of atmospheric tides and planetary waves on the E sporadic layer by Alessio Pignalberi (University “La Sapienza” of Rome, January 2014);

-Sporadic E layer occurrence at low latitudes: comparison between validated and autoscaled values and dependence on solar activity, Maria Carmela Mingolla (Sapienza university of Rome, January 2017).

 

Supervisor of the following PhD theses in Geophysics:

 

Ionospheric plasma response to the anomalous minimum of the solar cycle 23/24: modeling and comparison with IRI-2012 by Luigi Perna (University of Bologna, May 2017).