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Andrea Mazzino

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Andrea Mazzino

Full Professor of Fluid Dynamics
SSD ING-IND/06 (Fluidodinamica)
c/o DICCA
Dept. of Civil, Chemical and Environmental Engineering
Via Montallegro 1, 16145
GENOVA - ITALY
Tel: +39 010 335 2404
E-mail: andrea.mazzino .at. unige.it


Link to ORCID/Scopus Profile:

ORCID iD iconhttps://orcid.org/0000-0003-0170-2891

Link to Google Scholar: (link here)





NEWS:

30th December 2020:

The scientific point of view on the social distancing issue for the COVID-19 infection

by: M.E. Rosti (Okinawa), S. Olivieri (Okinawa), M. Cavaiola (UNIGE), A. Seminara (UNICE), A. Mazzino (UNIGE) (link here)


Media coverage: Il Secolo XIX, TGR RAI (from min 7:47), TG Leonardo (from min 4:34), la Repubblica (La Scienza, by A. Diaspro)

UniGe.life (The University of Genova Magazine), Science X (A network of science, technology, and medical news).

Monitoring COVID-19 Infection - Daily Update

Data sources: Dipartimento della Protezione Civile (Italian data) and www.worldometers.info (international data)




Nota per lettori non esperti:
In tutti grafici riportati sopra, l’asse delle ordinate è in scala logaritmica mentre le ascisse sono in scala lineare. In questo modo le leggi esponenziali diventano semplici linee rette. Più esse sono ripide e più significa che l’infezione si propaga velocemente. Tecnicamente, ciò significa che il tempo di raddoppio dei casi sotto esame si riduce.

A note for non-expert readers:
In all graphs above, the ordinate axis is on logarithmic scale while the abscissas are on linear scale. In this way, exponential laws become simple straight lines. The steeper they are, the faster the infection. Technically speaking, this means that the doubling time of the cases under examination reduces.












4th June 2020:

Report on COVID-19 from the “Commissione per l’Ambiente e le grandi catastrofi naturali” (link here)
by: G. Seminara (Lincei), B. Carli (Lincei), G. Forni (Lincei), S. Fuzzi (ISAC-CNR), A. Mazzino (UNIGE), A. Rinaldo (Lincei)


25th February 2020:

Turbulence and spore dispersal:

3rd February 2020:

Turbulence and Big Data:

24th July 2018:

PRL Cover:

1st January 2017:

Just appeared (Jan 2017):

12th May 2016:

Popular Science event: (link here)

25th August 2015:

Keynote speaker at:

22nd November 2014:

Reasoning about Meteorology (in Italian):

(link here)






30th October 2014:

New paper in:

Open Access (click here)


1st October 2014:

New Editorial Board of Meccanica:


Link at (click here)




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