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Jacopo Selva

Professore a contratto a titolo gratuito

Dipartimento di Fisica e Astronomia "Augusto Righi"

Curriculum vitae

Higher Education
2002-2005: PhD in in Geophysics at the University of Bologna. Thesis: Interactions among seismic and volcanic events through stochastical and mathematical modelling. (Supervisor: Marzocchi W).
1997-2001: Graduation in Physics with Honours at the University of Bologna. Thesis: Numerical model of interaction among earthquakes at great distances. (Supervisor: E. Boschi). Score: 110/110 with honours

Teaching activity
Since 2021: Seismology (Module 3), University of Bologna
Since 2020: Tsunamis (Module 3), PhD Programme "FUTURE EARTH, CLIMATE CHANGE AND SOCIETAL CHALLENGE" of the University of Bologna.
2020: Course: Seismology and Seismic Risk, University di Perugia
2019: Didactic Seminar on “Probabilistic quantification of hazard and risk” University of Roma 3
2017: Didactic Seminar for PhD: "Quantification of uncertainty in probabilistic risk from natural hazards", University of Perugia, Faculty of Science
2015: Teacher within "NEMOH Network Final School" for the module regarding probabilistic eruption forecast and expert elicitations
2015: Didactic Seminar for PhD: "Quantification of uncertainty in probabilistic estimations of risk from natural hazards" (4 hours), University of Perugia, Faculty of Science

Research activity
Since 2005: Researcher at the Istituto Nazionale di Geofisica e Vulcanologia, Sezione di Bologna
2005: Post-doc activity at the Istituto Nazionale di Geofisica e Vulcanologia, Sezione di Bologna
Other collaborations
2010-2016: External consultant at AMRA (Analisi e Monitoraggio del Rischio Ambientale), Napoli, http://www.amracenter.com/en/). Focus: Probabilistic Volcanic Hazard Assessment
2011-2013: Consultant at University Aristotle of Thessaloniki (Greece), Faculty Engineering, De-
partment of Civil Engineering. Topic: Systemic Seismic Vulnerability
2010: Guest researcher at the University Aristotle of Thessaloniki (Greece), Faculty Engi-
neering, Department of Civil Engineering, with Prof. K. Pitilakis. Topics: Probabilistic
assessment of vulnerability for buildings, utilities and infrastructures.
2003: Guest Ph.D. student at the Geophysical Research Group of the University of Ulster at
Coleraine, Northern Ireland (UK) con Marco Polo fellowship funded by the University
of Bologna. Topics: Fault modelling with Cellular Automata and fault interaction.

Bibliographical metrics (last update 28/12/2022)
Scopus: Citations 1691; h-index: 23;
Web of Science: Citations 1397; h-index: 20;
Google Scholar: Citations 2351; h-index: 25;

Language skills
Mother tongue: Italian
Other languages: English, Greek, and French

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