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Stefano Tinti

Adjunct professor

Department of Physics and Astronomy

Adjunct professor

Department of Physics and Astronomy

Research

Keywords: Tsunami monitoring networks Tsunami numerical modelling Slope Stability Analysis Elaboration of Risk Scenarios Early Warning Systems Seismicity Studies Modelling landslide motion

Professor Stefano Tinti is author of over 270 publications 190 of which published in journals, books and contributions with international dissemination. In the field of Geophysics, he oriented his research specially to the following subjects:

  1. Generation and propagation of tsunamis: generation by earthquakes, landslides and volcanic eruptions.
  2. Marine propagation of long waves in the near-coast zone and interaction with coastal structures
  3. Analysis of hazard, vulnerability and risk associated with tsunamis
  4. Monitoring networks and early warning systems for tsunamis
  5. Analysis of macroseismic and instrumental data of a seismic catalogue through statistical techniques.
  6. Seismicity study mainly of the Italian territory.
  7. Developing numerical models for the dynamical evolution of landslides.
  8. Modeling displacements, stresses and deformations associated to earthquakes.

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