PhD

 

FOOD SCIENCE

News, notices
General information
General aim and research areas
The PhD course in Food Science is a three-year advanced training course aimed at students graduated in scientific and technological disciplines with the purpose of providing them with basic theoretical and practical knowledge, analytical and experimental methodologies, ability to solve problems and ability to communicate their results in specific branches of food science and technology. In particular, the doctorate in Food Science is characterized by multi-disciplinarity and inter-disciplinarity that allow doctoral students to gain experience in various fields of research, such as:
  • Food technology
  • Food microbiology
  • Food chemistry and biochemistry 
  • Food preservation and safety
  • Sensory analysis and consumer science
  • Modeling, design and innovation
  • Nutrition and health
  • Microbiome studies
  • Bioactive compounds and functional foods
  • Genetics and genomics applied to food
  • Food supply chain management and food authenticity 
  • Global markets and trades
The PhD program will have no limits on the type of food commodities and may include any type of food and beverage. Collaborations with industries and other research institutions will constitute the basis for a strong innovative level of the research activities and outcomes. 
 
Carrier opportunities
The doctor in Food Science will be able to cover leading roles in research and technological development in public and private sectors (universities, research centers, public administrations), in companies of the food and nutraceutical sector and in non-profit organizations, including small-scale producers and industrial scale companies. They could work in the position of food processing engineering, food researcher, agro-processing engineer, food technologist and chemist and many more. The PhDs who have benefited from "Big data" management experience will also be able to be used as "data scientists" in various fields of research and development. Furthermore, the growth in Italy and Europe of the food and nutraceutical sector, together with the constant presence at European level of funding for research and innovation, will constitute a further push towards the sector's need for highly qualified professionals in research and in data management.
 
Coordinator
Prof. Amalia Barone
Plant Genetics
Full Professor in Plant Genetics 
e-mail: ambarone@unina.it, tel: 0812539491
 
 
PhD Board
The PhD Board plans and manages the PhD programme, and is responsible for the scientific and educational activities organized for the students.
The PhD Board:
- defines the assessment criteria of the admission exam
- identifies the supervisors for the PhD students
- plans the training activities  for each academic year 
- evaluates the work done and results produced by the students.
 

Board members

SURNAME

NAME

AFFILIATION

DEPARTMENT

ROLE

SCIENTIFIC AREA

MAIL ADDRESS

Adamo

Paola

UniNA

Dipartimento di Agraria

PO

AGR/13

paola.adamo@unina.it

Barone

Amalia

UniNA

Dipartimento di Agraria

PO

AGR/07

amalia.barone@unina.it

Blaiotta

Giuseppe

UniNA

Dipartimento di Agraria

PA

AGR/16

giuseppe.blaiotta@unina.it

Bonanomi

Giuliano

UniNA

Dipartimento di Agraria

PA

AGR/12

giuliano.bonanomi@unina.it

Caccia

Silvia

UniMI

Dipartimento di Bioscenze

PA

AGR/11

silvia.caccia@unimi.it

Caracciolo di Torchiara

Francesco

UniNA

Dipartimento di Agraria

PA

AGR/01

francesco.caracciolo@unina.it

Cavella

Silvana

UniNA

Dipartimento di Agraria

PO

AGR/15

silvana.cavella@unina.it

Cirillo

Teresa

UniNA

Dipartimento di Agraria

PO

MED/42

teresa.cirillo@unina.it

Cosenza

Gianfranco

UniNA

Dipartimento di Agraria

PA

AGR/17

gianfranco.cosenza@unina.it

De Filippis

Francesca

UniNA

Dipartimento di Agraria

RTD-B

AGR/16

francesca.defilippis@unina.it

De Micco

Veronica

UniNA

Dipartimento di Agraria

PA

BIO/03

veronica.demicco@unina.it

Di Pierro

Prospero

UniNA

Dipartimento di Agraria

PO

BIO/10

prospero.dipierro@unina.it

Ferranti

Pasquale

UniNA

Dipartimento di Agraria

PO

AGR/15

pasquale.ferranti@unina.it

Forino

Martino

UniNA

Dipartimento di Agraria

PA

CHIM/06

martino.forino@unina.it

Mamone

Gianfranco

CNR

Istituto di Scienze dell'Alimentazione

Primo ricercatore

 

mamone@isa.cnr.it

Rigano

M.Manuela

UniNA

Dipartimento di Agraria

PA

BIO/04

mariamanuela.rigano@unina.it

Rouphael

Youssef

UniNA

Dipartimento di Agraria

PA

AGR/04

youssef.rouphael@unina.it

Vitaglione

Paola

UniNA

Dipartimento di Agraria

PA

BIO/09

paola.vitaglione@unina.it

 

Settori scientifico-disciplinari rappresentati nel Collegio dei docenti

N

CODE

SCIENTIFIC AREA

PERCENTAGE

1

AGR/15

Food science and technology

15,00 %

2

AGR/16

Food microbiology

15,00 %

3

AGR/04

Agronomy and herbaceous and horticultural cultivation systems

5,00 %

4

AGR/11

General and applied entomology

2,50 %

5

AGR/12

Plant pathology

2,50 %

6

AGR/13

Agricultural chemistry

2,50 %

7

AGR/07

Plant Genetics

5,00 %

8

AGR/17

Animal husbandry and breeding

5,00 %

9

AGR/01

Economics

10,00 %

10

CHIM/10

Food chemistry

10,00 %

11

BIO/09

General Physiology

10,00 %

12

BIO/03

Environmental botany

2,50 %

13

BIO/10

Biochemistry

5,00 %

14

BIO/04

Plant physiology

2,50 %

15

MED/42

General and applied hygiene

5,00 %

16

CHIM/06

Organic chemistry

2,50 %

Competition for admission XXXVIII Cycle
PhDs

34° CYCLE

SURNAME

NAME

MAIL ADDRESS

FELLOWSHIP

SUPERVISOR

CO-SUPERVISOR

Borriello

Angela

angela.borriello@unina.it

Ateneo

Silvana Cavella

Antonella Miele

Bruno

Cristina

cristina.bruno@unina.it

Heinz

Roberto Berni Canani

 

Casertano

Melania

melcasertano@gmail.com

PON

Danilo Ercolini

Vincenzo Fogliano

Damiano

Nicola

nicola.damiano@unina.it

POR

Veronica De Micco

 

D'Auria

Giovanni

giovanni.dauria@unina.it

Ateneo

Pasquale Ferranti

Gianfranco Mamone

Giliberti

Renato

renato.gilberti@unina.it

POR

Edoardo Pasolli

 

Monticolo

Francesco

f.monticolo90@gmail.com

Ateneo

Maria Luisa Chiusano

 

Tagliamonte

Silvia

silvia.tagliamonte@unina.it

Ateneo

Paola Vitaglione

 

 

35° CYCLE

SURNAME

NAME

MAIL ADDRESS

FELLOWSHIP

SUPERVISOR

CO-SUPERVISOR

Aiello

Alessandra

Alessandra.aiello@unina.it

-

Raffaele Romano

Maria Aponte

Caso

Gerarda

Gerarda.caso@unina.it

Ateneo

Riccardo Vecchio

 

Coppola

Francesca

Francesca.coppola2@unina.it

Ateneo

Angelita Gambuti

 

Covino

Clelia

Clelia.covino@unina.it

PRIN

Paolo Masi

Angela Sorrentino

Falciano

Aniello

Aniello.falciano@unina.it

PRIN

Paolo Masi

Annalisa Romano

Luzzetti

Anna

Anna.luzzetti@unina.it

-

Roberto Berni Canani

 

Mauriello

Italia Elisa

Italiaelisa.mauriello@unina.it

Ateneo

Eduardo Pasolli

 

Oliviero

Veronica

Veronica.oliviero@unina.it

PON

Paola Vitaglione

 

Paparella

Antonio

Antonio.paparella@unina.it

PRIN

Luigi Cembalo

 

Principio

Luigia

Luigia.principio@unina.it

PON

Maria Manuela Rigano

 

Ramondo

Alessia

Alessia.ramondo@unina.it

Ateneo

Prospero Di Pierro

 

Sevi

Filippo

Filippo.sevi@unina.it

Ateneo

Amalia Barone

Alessia Fiore

Valentino

Marika

Marika.valentino@unina.it

H2020

Elena Torrieri

 

Valentino

Vincenzo

Vincenzo.valentino2@unina.it

H2020

Danilo Ercolini

 

Voto

Luana

Luana.voto@unina.it

-

Roberto Berni Canani

 

 

36° CYCLE

SURNAME

NAME

MAIL ADDRESS

FELLOWSHIP

SUPERVISOR

CO-SUPERVISOR

Caputo

Annina

Annina.caputo@unina.it

Ateneo

Simona Vingiani

 

Castaldo

Carmine

Carmine.castaldo2@unina.it

Stralcio

Antonio Di Matteo

 

Dalal

Nidhi

Nidhi.dalal@unina.it

Ateneo

Paola Adamo

Antonio Caporale

De Sena

Maria

Maria.desena@unina.it

PON

Maria Aponte

 

Fiorile

Giovanni

Giovanni.fiorile@unina.it

PON

Rossella Di Monaco

 

Giordano

Irene

Irene.giordano@unina.it

Ateneo

Gianluigi Mauriello

 

Khan

Muhammad Rehan

Muhammadrehan.khan@unina.it

Ateneo

Elena Torrieri

 

Nolasco

Agata

Agata.nolasco@unina.it

Ateneo

Teresa Cirillo

 

Romano

Leone Ermes

Leoneermes.romano@unina.it

ESA

Giovanna Aronne

 

Sequino

Giuseppina

Giuseppina.sequino@unina.it

H2020

Francesca De Filippis

Danilo Ercolini

 

37° CYCLE

SURNAME

NAME

MAIL ADDRESS

FELLOWSHIP

SUPERVISOR

CO-SUPERVISOR

Anzalone

Antonietta

antonietta.anzalone@unina.it

-

Gianfranco Cosenza

 

Arouna

Nafiou

nafiou.arouna@unina.it

ASI

Roberta Paradiso

Alberto Ritieni

Balivo

Andrea

Andrea.balivo@unina.it

Ateneo

Alessandro Genovese

Felicia Masucci

Califano

Giovanbattista

Gianbattista.califano@unina.it

Ateneo

Francesco Caracciolo

Marilena Furno

Del Gaudio

Serena

rosariaserena.delgaudio@unina.it

Ateneo

Vincenza Cozzolino

 

De Benedetta

Flavia

Flavia.debenedetta@unina.it

CNR-BESANA

David Turrà

 

De Martino

Ester

Ester.demartino@unina.it

Ateneo-PON

Prospero Di Pierro

 

Di Leginio

Marco

Marco.dileginio@unina.it

-

Fabio Terribile

 

Errichiello

Francesco

Francesco.errichiello@unina.it

Ateneo-PON

Martino Forino

 

Esposito

Alessia

Alessia.esposito4@unina.it

Ateneo-PON

Francesca De Filippis

 

Ferrara

Alessandra

Alessandra.ferrara@unina.it

Ateneo-PON

Pasquale Ferranti

 

Laezza

Carmen

Carmen.laezza@unina.it

Ateneo

Maria Manuela Rigano

 

Muddabar

Naqvi

Mudabbar.naqvi@yahoo.com

Ateneo-PON

Silvana Cavella

 

Son

Ezgi

Ezgi.son@unina.it

Ateneo

Fabrizio Sarghini

 

 

Training activities

Activities of the three-year course

The doctorate is a highly qualified course, consisting partly of training activities and partly of research activities, for a total number of 180 ECTS, corresponding to a maximum of 1500 hours of commitment per year. During these years, the PhD student is driven from a supervisor chosen by the Teaching Board, who can possibly choose one or more co-supervisors, who will help him in both the training and research phases.

During the 1st year of the doctorate, the student, together with the supervisor, decides the topic on which his / her activity will focus, bearing in mind that the supervisor is a guide and that the PhD student himself is responsible for his own research activity. The student will have to study the literature and follow training courses related to the chosen topic, and he/she is invited to write a bibliographic review on this topic, which may be useful for the introductory part of the doctoral thesis. Experiments will be planned and a time plan prepared.

During the 2nd year, the PhD student will complete the training activity and carry out most of the research activities, possibly also spending a period abroad.

During the 3rd year, the PhD student will complete his research activities, perhaps continuing or starting in this year the experience in a laboratory abroad, he/she will process his/her own data and will devote himself/herself to the drafting of the thesis and the publication of one or more works.

 

Training activity

PhD students are required to undertake training for a total of 42 credits to be acquired in the first two years, through:

- courses offered by the doctoral school and by master's degree courses in the disciplinary areas that contribute to the doctorate, for a total of 24 ECTS, of which at least 18 ECTS during the first year; some of the courses offered by the School include also transdisciplinary courses, such as the language course, statistics courses, and presentation of results, writing projects, etc.

- theoretical-practical courses, summer schools, seminars, conferences, on topics of interest for the research activity, defined in agreement with the supervisor, for a total of 18 ECTS.

A maximum of 1 CFU will be awarded for each participation in national and international workshops and conferences on topics related to research activities.

For training activities that are not defined by CFU, the equivalent of 6 hours = 1 CFU will be valid

All training activities must be certified by those who organize them, or by the teachers of the courses followed.

 

Training offer Food Science e Sustainable Agricultural and Forestry and Food Security  for the year 2022-2023

 

Corsi / Courses

Docente / Teacher

Date / Period

CFU

How to prepare a research paper and present experimental data

Carputo Domenico settembre 2022 6

Spectroscopic techniques for the identification and quantitation of organic compounds in the agrifood field

Grauso Laura

marzo-aprile 2023

4

Applied Statistics for Scientific Research

Di Matteo Antonio gennaio 2023 5

Stability and properties of emulsified systems

Miele Nicoletta Antonella   4

Analysis and management of agronomic, food and environmental data in matlab

Nasta Paolo

settembre-ottobre 2023

6

Data science & computational analysis for metagenomics

Pasolli Edoardo settembre-ottobre 2023 6

Applied Explorative Data Analysis: Statistical Tools for Dimensionality Reduction

Piscitelli Alfonso

settembre-ottobre 2023

4

Applications of Scanning Electron Microscopy (SEM) and Image Analysis (IA)

Romano Annalisa   4

Project Writing and Management

Maggio Albino   6

Methodological approaches in the environmental sustainability of dairy production: case studies

Addeo Francesco   4

Processing technologies for novel foods: from theory to practice

Chiara Nitride   4

Kinetic approach to predict the shelf-life of Foods

Torrieri Elena   4

Three Levels Courses in English*

Pickens Dianna febbraio-marzo 2023  

 

     

* For info: pickens@unina.it

Seminars
Forms
Final test
  • Deadlines
  • Commitees
  • Dates
  •  
  • Results of the Oral Interview

 


SUSTAINABLE AGRICULTURAL AND FORESTRY SYSTEMS AND FOOD SECURITY

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General information

The Ph.D. in Sustainable Agricultural and Forestry Systems and Food Security (SAFS) is a three-year advanced training course for graduate students in science and technology disciplines that aims to provide students with basic theoretical and practical knowledge, analytical and experimental methodologies, ability to solve problems with scientific method, and to communicate their results within their specific field but also to a wider audience.  The doctoral student, at the end of his/her training, must produce an original contribution within her/his specific field of research.

The SAFS doctoral program aims to define highly qualified professional profiles in primary productions and global sustainability (environmental, economic and social) of agricultural and forestry systems.

In particular, the SAFS doctoral program is characterized by multi-disciplinarity and interdisciplinarity, which allows doctoral students to gain experience in different fields of research, such as: Sustainable intensification of agricultural and forestry productions; Adaptation of agricultural and forestry systems to climate change and resource-limited environments; Breeding and genomics for sustainable production systems; Protection and conservation of agricultural and forestry environments; Soil-plant interaction processes and mechanisms; Industrial and non-food crops, including ornamental crops, for reclamation and other applications; Soil and water conservation management toward the Sustainable Development Goals; Wildlife and natural resource management; Valorisation of biomass and organic wastes for high-value bioenergy, molecules and by-products; Circular economy in agriculture and forestry; Economics, policies, market and marketing of agri-food and forestry supply chains.

 

Employment opportunities

The professional opportunities for Ph.D. students in Sustainable Agricultural and Forestry Systems and Food Security reflect the multi- and inter-disciplinary peculiarities of this program. The Ph.D. in SAFS will be able to hold leading roles in research, technology development and management in public bodies (universities, research centers, public administrations) and private companies in the agricultural and forestry sector.

 

Chair of the Doctoral Program and Committee

Prof. Albino MAGGIO, Full Professore. Agronomy and Crop Science.  

Contacts: almaggio@unina.it, phone (office): 0812539133;

website:  https://www.docenti.unina.it/#!/professor/414c42494e4f4d414747494f4d47474c424e36334232324639323456/riferimenti

 

Ph.D. Committee

The Ph.D. committee plans and organizes the doctoral course, and is responsible for teaching and research activities of doctoral students. In detail, the Committee:

- defines the criteria for admission to the doctoral course

- assigns a supervisor to each student

- plans the training and research activities for each student and for each year

- periodically evaluates the work done and the results obtained by the students.

 

 

Members of the Ph.D. Committee

SURNAME 

NAME

ORGANIZATION

DEPARTMENT

POSITOPM

SSD(1) 

Email 

BASILE  

Boris  

Università di Napoli Federico II  

Agricultural Science

ASSOCIATE PROF.

AGR/03  

boris.basile@unina.it  

CARPUTO  

Domenico  

Università di Napoli Federico II  

Agricultural Science

FULL PROF.

AGR/07  

domenico.carputo@unina.it    

D'URSO  

Guido  

Università di Napoli Federico II  

Agricultural Science

FULL PROF.

AGR/08  

durso@unina.it  

DE PASCALE  

Stefania  

Università di Napoli Federico II  

Agricultural Science

FULL PROF.

AGR/04  

depascal@unina.it  

DEL GIUDICE  

Teresa  

Università di Napoli Federico II  

Agricultural Science

ASSOCIATE PROF.

AGR/01  

teresa.delgiudice@unina.it 

GIANNINO  

Francesco  

Università di Napoli Federico II  

Agricultural Science

ASSOCIATE PROF.

MAT/08  

 giannino@unina.it    

LANZOTTI  

Virginia  

Università di Napoli Federico II  

Agricultural Science

FULL PROF.

CHIM/06  

virginia.lanzotti@unina.it

LORITO  

Matteo  

Università di Napoli Federico II  

Agricultural Science

FULL PROF.

AGR/12  

lorito@unina.it

MAGGIO  

Albino  

Università di Napoli Federico II  

Agricultural Science

FULL PROF.

AGR/02  

almaggio@unina.it  

MAZZOLENI  

Stefano  

Università di Napoli Federico II  

Agricultural Science

FULL PROF.

BIO/

03  

stefano.mazzoleni@unina.it  

MONTAGNA

Matteo

Università di Napoli Federico II  

Agraria  

PA

AGR/11  

matteo.montagna@unina.it  

MOTTI  

Riccardo  

Università di Napoli Federico II  

Agricultural Science

FULL PROF.

BIO/02  

riccardo.motti@unina.it  

PEPE  

Olimpia  

Università di Napoli Federico II  

Agricultural Science

FULL PROF.

AGR/16  

pepe@unina.it

RAO  

Maria Antonietta  

Università di Napoli Federico II  

Agricultural Science

FULL PROF.

AGR/13  

mariarao@unina.it  

RUSSO  

Danilo  

Università di Napoli Federico II  

Agricultural Science

FULL PROF.

BIO/07  

danilo.russo@unina.it

SACCHI  

Raffaele  

Università di Napoli Federico II  

Agricultural Science

FULL PROF.

AGR/15  

raffaele.sacchi@unina.it  

SARACINO  

Antonio  

Università di Napoli Federico II  

Agricultural Science

FULL PROF.

AGR/05  

antonio.saracino@unina.it  

TERRIBILE  

Fabio  

Università di Napoli Federico II  

Agricultural Science

FULL PROF.

AGR/14  

fabio.terribile@unina.it  

 

Areas of Expertise of the Committee Members

N

CODE

AREA OF EXPERTISE

SHARE IN THE COMMITTEE

1

AGR/03  

General Arboriculture and Tree Crops

5,5 %

2

AGR/07  

Plant breeding and genetics

5,5 %

3

AGR/08  

Agricultural Hydraulics and Watershed Restoration

5,5 %

4

AGR/04  

Horticulture and Floriculture

5,5 %

5

AGR/01  

Agricultural Economics and Land Valuation

5,5 %

6

MAT/08  

Numeric Analysis

5,5 %

7

CHIM/06  

Organic Chemistry

5,5 %

8

AGR/12  

Plant Pathology

5,5 %

9

AGR/02  

Agronomy and Crop Science

5,5 %

10

BIO/03  

Applied and Environmental Botany

5,5 %

11

BIO/02  

Systematic Botany

5,5 %

12

AGR/16  

Agricultural Microbiology

5,5 %

13

AGR/11  

General and Applied Entomology

5,5 %

14

AGR/13  

Agricultural Chemistry

5,5 %

15

BIO/07  

Ecology

 

5,5 %

16

AGR/15  

Food Science

5,5 %

17

AGR/05  

Forest Management

5,5 %

18

AGR/14  

Pedology

5,5 %

 

Additional Committee Members (Foreigner Universities/Institutions)

n.

SURNAME 

NAME

INSTITUTION 

COUNTRY

ROLE 

SSD 

SCOPUS

AUTHOR ID

1.

BAPTISTA 

FATIMA 

Universidade de Évora 

Portugal 

Full Professor 

AGR/08 

24586737800

2.

CARVAJAL 

Micaela 

CONSEJO SUPERIOR DE INVESTIGACIONES CIENTIFICAS 

Spain

Full Professor 

BIO/04 

57194027904

 

3.

GRUDA 

Nazim 

University of Bonn 

Germany 

Full Professor 

AGR/04 

 55902182700

4.

MARCELIS 

LEO 

WUR 

The Netherlands

Full Professor 

AGR/04 

 7004151833

5.

MORA 

Maria de La Luz 

UNIVERSIDAD DE LA FRONTERA

Chile 

Full Professor 

AGR/13 

 35213773100

6.

NAVIA 

Rodrigo 

UNIVERSIDAD DE LA FRONTERA 

Chile 

Full Professor 

ING-IND/27 

6602961538

 

 

Competition for admission XXXVIII Cycle
PhDs

 

34th CYCLE

COGNOME

NOME

EMAIL

SCHOLARSHIP

TUTOR

CO-TUTOR

Amoroso

Ciro Gianmaria

cirogianmaria.amoroso@unina.it

POR Campania

Raffaella Ercolano

Gelsomina Formisano

Crimaldi

Mariano

mariano.crimaldi@unina.it

POR Campania

Francesco Giannino

-

Duri

Luigi Giuseppe

luigigiuseppe.duri@unina.it

POR Campania

Stefania

De Pascale

Youssef Rouphael

Formisano

Luigi

luigi.formisano3@unina.it

Ateneo

Stefania

De Pascale

Youssef Rouphael

Idbella

Mohamed

mohamed.idbella@unina.it

No Scholarship

Stefano Mazzoleni

Giuliano Bonanomi

Iovane

Maurizio

maurizio.iovane@unina.it

Ateneo

Giovanna Aronne

-

Mirra

Laura

laura.mirra1@gmail.com

Ateneo

Guido D'Urso

Teresa Del Giudice; Giacomo Giannoccaro (UniBa); Raffaella Zucaro (CREA-PB Roma)

Russo

Giovanni Luca

giovanniluca.russo@unina.it

Ateneo

Raffaele Sacchi

Antonio Luca Langellotti; Paolo Masi

Savarese

Claudia

claudia.savarese@unina.it

PON

Alessandro Piccolo

Vincenza Cozzolino

Staropoli

Alessia

al.staropoli@gmail.com

No Scholarship

Francesco Vinale

-

 

 

35th CYCLE

SURNAME

NAME

EMAIL

SCHOLARSHIP

TUTOR

CO-TUTOR

Allocca

Carolina

carolina.allocca@unina.it

ateneo

Romano

 

Bobrovskikh

Aleksandr

aleksandr.bobrovskikh@unina.it

PON/poc

Francesco Giannino

-

Carrino

Linda

linda.carrino@unina.it

ENI/CNR

Massimo Fagnano

-

Ciriello

Michele

michele.ciriello@unina.it

PON

Stefania De Pascale

-

Cirillo

Aurora

aurora.cirillo9266@gmail.com

Ateneo

Claudio Di Vaio

-

Comite

Ernesto

ernesto.comite@unina.it

Ateneo

Sheridan Woo

Olimpia Pepe

Cristofano

Francesco

francesco.cristofano@unina.it

Ateneo

Youssef

-

Esposito

Marco

marco.esposito3@unina.it

POC

Fabrizio Sarghini

Albino Maggio

Gugliucci

Wanda

wanda.gugliucci@unina.it

ENI/CNR

Valeria Ventorino

Albino Maggio

Mautone

Antonio

antonio.mautone@unina.it

Cirio

Stefania Pindozzi

-

Moreno

Mauro

mauro.moreno@unina.it

No Scholarship

Stefano Mazzoleni

-

Ranesi

Marta

marta.ranesi@unina.it

Ateneo

Matteo Lorito

Sheridan Woo

Russo

Assunta

assunta.russo3@unina.it

Ateneo

Francesco Loreto

Matteo Lorito

Saidi

Ahmed

ahmed.saidi@unina.it

AICS

Gianni Cicia

-

 

 

36th CYCLE

SURNAME

NAME

E-MAIL

SCHOLARSHIP

TUTOR

CO-TUTOR

Anzano

Attilio

attilio.anzano@unina.it

Ateneo

Virginia Lanzotti

-

Coppola

Paolo Giuseppe

giuseppepaolo.coppola@unina.it

Ateneo

Maria A. Rao

-

Dakroub

Hiba

hiba.dakroub@unina.it

Ateneo

Danilo Russo

Maria Grazia Amoroso

Graci

Salvatore

salvatore.graci@unina.it

Senza Borsa

Amalia Barone

-

Guastaferro

Valentino Maria

valentinomaria.guastaferro@unina.it

Ateneo

David Turrá

Stefania Vitale

Lambiase

Claudia

 

claudia.lambiase@unina.it

Ateneo

 

Giuseppe De Rosa

Carmela Maria Assunta Barone, Felicia Masucci

Petracca

Francesca

francesca.petracca@unina.it

PON Dottorato Industriale «Ricerca e Innovazione 2014-2020»/Piano Stralcio «Ricerca e innovazione 2015-2017»

Veronica De Micco

-

Piscopo

Rossella

rossella.piscopo@unina.it

PON RICERCA E INNOVAZIONE 2014-2020

Albino Maggio

Salvatore Faugno

Vanacore

Lucia

lucia.vanacore@unina.it

Borsa UNINA

Chiara Cirillo

-

 

 

37th CYCLE

SURNAME

NAME

EMAIL

SCHOLARSHIP

TUTOR

CO-TUTOR

Iacomino

Giuseppina

giuseppina.iacomino@unina.it

PON

Giuliano Bononami

Francesco Vinale, Stefania Laudonia

Tallarita

Alessio Vincenzo

alessio.tallarita@yahoo.com

Ateneo

Gianluca Caruso

--

Minoliti

Antonio

antonio.minoliti@unina.it

PON

Nunzio Fiorentino

-

D'Ambrosio

Gennaro

gennaro.dambrosio@unina.it

PON

Chiaiese Pasquale

 

Cozzolino

Alessia

alessia.cozzolino2@unina.it

Ateneo

Riccardo Motti

Paola Adamo, Giuliano Bonanomi

Staiti

Annalisa

annalisa.staiti@unina.it

Ateneo

Domenico Carputo

 

Cozzolino

Stefania

stefania.cozzolino2@unina.it

ASI

Stefania De Pascale

Antonio Pannico

De Francesco

Sara

sara.defrancesco@unina.it

ASI

Veronica De Micco

-

Lentini

Matteo

matteo.lentini@unina.it

CNR1

Stefania De Pascale

-

De Luca

Maria Giovanna

mariagiovanna.deluca@unina.it

PON

Maria Cristina Digilio

-

Russo Spena

Anna

anna.russospena@unina.it

Ateneo

Giovanni Cicia

-

Guadagno

Anna

guadagno.anna1@gmail.com

Eni

Maria Raffaella Ercolano

-

 

Training activities

Activities of the three-year course

The doctorate is a highly qualified course, consisting partly of training activities and partly of research activities, for a total number of 180 ECTS, corresponding to a maximum of 1500 hours of commitment per year. During these years, the PhD student is driven from a supervisor chosen by the Teaching Board, who can possibly choose one or more co-supervisors, who will help him in both the training and research phases.

During the 1st year of the doctorate, the student, together with the supervisor, decides the topic on which his / her activity will focus, bearing in mind that the supervisor is a guide and that the PhD student himself is responsible for his own research activity. The student will have to study the literature and follow training courses related to the chosen topic, and he/she is invited to write a bibliographic review on this topic, which may be useful for the introductory part of the doctoral thesis. Experiments will be planned and a time plan prepared.

During the 2nd year, the PhD student will complete the training activity and carry out most of the research activities, possibly also spending a period abroad.

During the 3rd year, the PhD student will complete his research activities, perhaps continuing or starting in this year the experience in a laboratory abroad, he/she will process his/her own data and will devote himself/herself to the drafting of the thesis and the publication of one or more works.

 

Training activity

PhD students are required to undertake training for a total of 42 credits to be acquired in the first two years, through:

- courses offered by the doctoral school and by master's degree courses in the disciplinary areas that contribute to the doctorate, for a total of 24 ECTS, of which at least 18 ECTS during the first year; some of the courses offered by the School include also transdisciplinary courses, such as the language course, statistics courses, and presentation of results, writing projects, etc.

- theoretical-practical courses, summer schools, seminars, conferences, on topics of interest for the research activity, defined in agreement with the supervisor, for a total of 18 ECTS.

A maximum of 1 CFU will be awarded for each participation in national and international workshops and conferences on topics related to research activities.

For training activities that are not defined by CFU, the equivalent of 6 hours = 1 CFU will be valid

All training activities must be certified by those who organize them, or by the teachers of the courses followed.

 

Training offer Food Science e Sustainable Agricultural and Forestry and Food Security  for the year 2022-2023

 

Corsi / Courses

Docente / Teacher

Date / Period

CFU

How to prepare a research paper and present experimental data

Carputo Domenico settembre 2022 6

Spectroscopic techniques for the identification and quantitation of organic compounds in the agrifood field

Grauso Laura

marzo-aprile 2023

4

Applied Statistics for Scientific Research

Di Matteo Antonio gennaio 2023 5

Stability and properties of emulsified systems

Miele Nicoletta Antonella   4

Analysis and management of agronomic, food and environmental data in matlab

Nasta Paolo

settembre-ottobre 2023

6

Data science & computational analysis for metagenomics

Pasolli Edoardo settembre-ottobre 2023 6

Applied Explorative Data Analysis: Statistical Tools for Dimensionality Reduction

Piscitelli Alfonso

settembre-ottobre 2023

4

Applications of Scanning Electron Microscopy (SEM) and Image Analysis (IA)

Romano Annalisa   4

Project Writing and Management

Maggio Albino   6

Methodological approaches in the environmental sustainability of dairy production: case studies

Addeo Francesco   4

Processing technologies for novel foods: from theory to practice

Chiara Nitride   4

Kinetic approach to predict the shelf-life of Foods

Torrieri Elena   4

Three Levels Courses in English*

Pickens Dianna febbraio-marzo 2023  

 

     

* For info: pickens@unina.it

Seminars
Modulistica
Final test (AVAILABLE SOON)
  • Deadlines
  • Commitees
  • Dates
  • Results of the assessment of the qualifications
  • Results of the Oral Interview