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    CURRICULUM VITAE

     

     

    Personal details:

     

    Nationality:                               Italian

    Date of birth:                           14-12-1973

    Place of birth:                          Venaria Reale (Torino) Italy

     

    Education:

     

     

    1993 – 2003      Master’s Degree in Physics, direction Astrophysics, University of Torino, Italy

    1988 – 1993      High school technical college ( Aeronautical Mechanical construction), Torino (Italy),  high school diploma

     

    Academic UniversityPost-Degree:

    2009-2010        Master Second level  (Post-Degree) “Sustainability, Safety and security in transportation systems and infrastructures”Biophysics and Electronic Engineering Dep. Genova University. European Community funding 7th FP

    2010-2011       Training (Oct 2010-Jan 2011) in Biophysics and Electronic Engineering Dep. Genova University job and research project-work:  magnetic field  interaction between bodies in environmental geophysics application in the safety of maritime, aeronautic and road transport systems

    2004 – 2005      Master Second level (Post-Degree) in Meteorological and Atmospheric Sciences, Torino University , COREP Torino, Italy. University of Turin and Polytechnic of Turin funding

    2005           Training (200 hours) 11/04-01/05 in Italian Air Force meteorological centre  CMR  in Linate Airport ( Milano) job and  research work “ Weather forecast of convective vertical expansion clouds with studios of thermodynamics diagram” Master thesis

    23-25 Nov 2011    NanotechItaly (Venice) Annual International Symposium Nanotechnologies

    06-10/Sep/08      Attended the Summer School “Climate changes in the Mediterranean area”. Leonforte (EN), Villa Gussio,.  Organization University Kore of Enna, Cnr ( Italian National Reseach Centre-Institute of Air Pollution)  Monterotondo-ROMA, Eni Power s.p.a., Italgas s.p.a. Eni Power s.p.a. and Cnr ( National Research Centre) funding

    APR 2008 Workshop “Strumenti Avanzati per la Meteorologia Applicata Politechnic of Milan

     

    03-07/Sep/07      Attended the ISSAOS 2007  International Summer School on Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences” in L’Aquila “ Integrated Ground-Based Observing System Applications for Climate, Meteorology and Civil Protection.” Organization: CETEPS Centre of Excellence for Forecast of Severe Weather, University of L’Aquila, National Department of Civil Protection. CETEPS and University of Rome funding

                           Technical Partners : Vaisala, Selex Sistemi Integrati, Kipp&Zonen, Ed ELDES, METEK, HIMET, LEOSPHERE, RADIOMETRICS.

     

     13-22/Jun/05     Attended the Alpine Summer School in Valsavaranche Aosta (Italy) XI Edition Foudamentals Issues in Geophysical and Environment Fluid Mechanics. “Water-Vegetation Interaction and Biodiversity in Changing Environments”. Organization: Cnr-Isac ( Italian National Research Centre) and CIMA University of Genova and Basilicata. CIMA and  Cnr ( National Research Centre) funding

     

    Jobs and Research projects:

    Oct-2011-Dec-2013 Technical Research Development and Innovation in SME Enterprise

                            Project manager: write scientific proposal projects search and contact possible partners project, coordination  scientific project activities, workshop and meeting presentation project for results. Sector and thematic projects : Environmental, Atmospheric and Meteorological Science, Atmospheric Chemistry, Instrumentation and remote sensing, Chemical Analysis, Microbiological Analysis, nanoparticles and nanotechnology, Green Economy, Hearth and Life science. Technical R&D roles in physical and chemical analysis in environmental application: air, water, soil.

    Oct-10/Jan11 Training (3 mounths) Oct/10-Jen/11 at DIBE Biophysics and Electronic Engeenering Dep. Genova University “Applications of the characteristics of the magnetic interaction between bodies in geophysics for the safety of maritime, aeronautical and road transports carryng out a programme of research and work “ Employ about Use the physical characteristics of Earth's magnetic field(TMF) and electromagnetic interactions between bodies. Development of tools and equipment for the security of port areas and vulnerable subject to protect the safety of persons and objects. Use Matlab platform and software for array systems and forecast models.Algorithm applicable to various cases and types of objects (size and geometric characteristics, electrical and magnetic characteristics, kinematic conditions)

     

    04/09-07/09      Scientific Collaborationin Bochum Universitat (Germany), Geophysical research connected to Climate  and Environmental Change.

                             Scientific activity to installation calibration geophysics  arrays (micrometeorology  and geophysical instruments)in cave ( Germany-Austria-Italy) for monitoring and record data ( Water, Air and gas fluxes ). Calibration, validation, elaboration and analysis data and possible use for model and forecast.

     

    06/05 – 04/09    Financial Research by Fondazione ISI (Institute for Scientific Interchange) and  University of Torino, Italy. Project title: Measurements, analysis and modeling  of CO2 H2O, heat fluxes and water balance in  complex system Atmosphere-Vegetation-Soil (supervised M. Piazzi Univ. Torino, R. Valentini Univ. Tuscia).

     

                            This Project targets (and my employment into the project)to install in forestry ambient new meteorological  instruments in the  tall tower, smooth operation control, calibration and to study data according to the Eddy Covariance Method and analyze emission in turbulence condition of CO2 in atmosphere by ecosystem. The station allow meteorological ( Air temperature, Air pressure, Rain, Solar Radiation, Wind direction and intensity, Air Moisture), micrometeorological( Soil Temperature, Soil Moisture, etc  and fluxes measurements. This environments measures are organized in one database for the project CarboItaly and CarboEurope for  analysis, correlation, research consideration in eddy covariance method for fluxes measurements in environment complex Atmosphere-Vegetation-Soil. Good and efficiently instrumentation installation and function, remote sensing, data validation and analysis, possible data correlation and model. 

     

    11/2004-Actually Scientific collaboration connected to dynamic in atmosphere, meteorological modelling to large and local resolution applied in  weather and thunderstorms forecast, extreme events, and climate change. The research use Atmospherical records, Synop, Airmet  and Metar. Possible statistical evolution for thunderstorms forecast and extreme events. This research is a continuity about my research  Master thesis in CMR ( Meteorological Regional Centre of Italian Air Force- Linate)

    Publications:

                               Cap. R. Peirolo, V. Rotella, “Indici di instabilità per la previsione e classificazione dei temporali.” (Riv.Meteorologia Aeronautica Anno 62 n° 2 aprile-giugno 2007)

    O.Saavedra,V.Rotella, “ Simulazione con il Metodo di Monte Carlo di interazioni nucleari di raggi cosmici alla quota di Chacaltaya 5230 m s.l.m”

    Cap. R. Peirolo, V. Rotella, “Indici di instabilità per la previsione e classificazione dei temporali.” (Riv.Meteorologia Aeronautica Anno 62 n° 2 aprile-giugno 2007)

    V. Rotella, “Studi e misure per l applicazione del Protocollo di Kyoto: monitoraggio dei flussi (acqua,anidride carbonica, calore) fra atmosfera ed ecosistemi terrestri (suolo-vegetazione) in un sito forestale a querco-carpineto

    dell alta pianura piemontese.”. Rivista NIMBUS

    V. Rotella et al, “ Carta dei suoli in aree soggette a criticità ambientale” Assessorato all’Ambiente

    Direzione pianificazione delle risorse idriche. REGIONE PIEMONTE dic. 2006

    V. Rotella et al, “ Carta dei suoli in campo agrario” Assessorato all’Ambiente Direzione Sviluppo dell’agricoltura. REGIONE PIEMONTE agosto. 2008

     

     

    Other Specific Scientific works experience:

    2008                 Teacher Annual Appointment  in  Aeronautics Meteorology High school ( Aeronautical and Aviation Transport) Torino, Italy

    2007                           Teacher Annual Appointment  in Physics and laboratory High school technical college  Torino, Italy

    Computer skills :

    -          Excel,  Word,  PowerPoint,  Adobe Photoshop,

    -          Operative System Linux/Unix

    -          Programming Language Fortran 77 – 90/95

    -          Programming and use Matlab

    -           Software Symantec pc anywhere 10.5 and Pc200W (Basic Datalogger Support Software 1.2)

    Language skills :

     Mother tongue:ITALIAN

     

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    References:

     

    Addres about reference:

    Prof. A. Longhetto: longhetto(at)ph.unito.it

    Torino University departement GEOFIT atmospherical sciences

     

    Prof. C. Cassardo: cassardo(at)ph.unito.it

    Torino University departement GEOFIT atmospherical sciences

     

    Liutenant R. Peirolo:peirolo(at)meteoam.it

    Meteorological Centre, Italian Air Force,  Linate Airport Milano, Italy

    Prof. S. Ferraris: stefano.ferraris(at)unito.it

    Torino University departement DEIAFA ( Departement Economy Engineering Agricolture Forest and Environment)

    Prof. O. Saavedra:saavedra(at)to.infn.it

     Department COSMOFIT ( Cosmic rays and astrophysics) Torino University and INFN sez. Torino

     

    Lieutenant Colonel F. Colombo : fcolombo(at)meteoam.it

    Meteorological Centre, Italian Air Force,

     

    Prof R. Zunino: rodolfo.zunino(at)unige.it

    Genova University DIBE Biophysics and Electronic Engeenering Departement


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