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IUSS PhDay 2022 “We dare to know… each other!” | Tuesday June 7th 2022
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USS PhDay 2022
“We dare to know… each other!”

June 7th, 2022, 14:00 CEST
IUSS - Sala Del Camino - Palazzo del Broletto - Piazza della Vittoria 15 – Pavia

Are you thinking about doing a PhD? Do you want to know more about PhD life in IUSS? Or do you simply want to connect with other PhD students in Pavia?
Learn about the PhD offer, meet the IUSS PhD students and be inspired by their passion for science.
The IUSS PhD community invites you to an afternoon dedicated entirely to its doctoral research!

PROGRAMME:
∙    14:00: Institutional Welcome Address
∙    14:20: Info session: the IUSS PhD programmes

Presented by PhD coordinators
∙   15:00: Presentation time: PhD students and their topics

PhD students present their research activities
∙ 17:30: “Posteritivo” – meet and mingle

Poster session about PhD projects and happy hour

Participation will also be available via Zoom at https://iusspavia.zoom.us/j/86072811278

Please register using the online form.
For further information: phday@iusspavia.it- www.iusspavia.it

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IUSS PhDay 2022
ORAL PRESENTATIONS

SESSION 1 (h. 15:00) – THE ENVIRONMENTAL CHALLENGE

∙    Sustainable management of water resources in a changing climate

Hamzah Faquseh (PhD in Sustainable Development and Climate change)

∙    “The weather is a drunk!” The role of metaphor framing effect in climate change perception
Chiara Pompei (PhD in Cognitive Neuroscience and Philosophy of Mind)

∙    Cosmic consciousness as a driver for sustainable behaviour: Impact of seeing the Earth from space
Sahba El-Shawa (PhD in Sustainable Development and Climate change)

∙    Green advertising: the role of metaphors in ecological behavior

Biagio Scalingi (PhD in Cognitive Neuroscience and Philosophy of Mind)

∙    The role of mass media on bats conservation: Lessons by the Covid-19 pan(info)demic
Veronica Nanni (PhD in Sustainable Development and Climate change)

 

SESSION 2 (h. 15:45) – THE BODY AND ITS COMPLEXITY

∙    Developing novel immunotherapies for cancer
Frederik Peissert (PhD in Biomolecular Sciences and Biotechnology)

∙    The untold story of DNA damage response: Sometimes sex matters!

Miriana Cardano (PhD in Biomolecular Sciences and Biotechnology)

∙    Reverse vaccinology as a tool to fight cystic fibrosis pathogens

Samuele Irudal (PhD in Biomolecular Sciences and Biotechnology)

∙    Exploring Heterogeneity of Primary Progressive Aphasia (PPA) variants
Gaia C. Santi (PhD in Cognitive Neuroscience and Philosophy of Mind)

∙    Is it possible to be smart without using the brain?

Antonietta Greco (PhD in Biomolecular Sciences and Biotechnology)

∙    Selective modification of aromatics through biocatalytic oxidations
Laura Alvigini (PhD in Biomolecular Sciences and Biotechnology)

SESSION 3 (h. 16:40) – THE HUMAN HERITAGE AND THE ENVIRONMENT

∙    Building the future
Giacomo Piredda (PhD in Sustainable Development and Climate change)

∙    Development of an innovative approach for monitoring bridges degradation through the use of drone imagery and AI
Eugenia Falvo (PhD in Sustainable Development and Climate change)

∙    Sustainable mobility: a good contagion
Ottavia Valentini (PhD in Sustainable Development and Climate change)

∙    A natural archive: sediments core to investigate the impact of climate change on freshwaters (Como Lake)
Carlotta Santolini (PhD in Sustainable Development and Climate change)