Sustainable Agricultural and Forestry Systems and Food Security

Coordinatore: Prof. Albino Maggio

1) Valutazione titoli - Posti Ordinari (37° ciclo)- Results of assessment of qualification - ordinary positions (37° ciclo).

2) Valutazione titoli - Posti Riservati (37° ciclo)- Results of assessment of qualification - Reserved positions (37° ciclo).

3) Valutazione titoli borse aggiuntive PON "Ricerca e Innovazione" 2014-2020 - Azione IV.4 "Dottorati e contratti di ricerca su tematiche dell'innovazione" e Azione IV.5 "Dottorati su tematiche Green".


Esiti prova orale Posti Ordinari - Results of the oral interview Ordinary positions (37° ciclo). 

Esiti prova orale Posti Riservati - Results of the oral interview Reserved positions (37° ciclo).



PhD in Sustainable Agricultural and Forestry Systems and Food Security



Bando 37° ciclo

Allegato A

Domanda di partecipazione

SCADENZA:27/05/2021 ore 12.00

Web site UNINA

37th Cycle - Call

Attachement A

APPLICATION DEADLINE - May 27th 2021 12 p.m. (CET)



This doctoral program is aimed at preparing qualified scientists for the academy and professional arena working on current and future challenges of agricultural and forestry systems with a focus on global sustainability (environmental, economic and social) and primary productions. In addition to prepare doctoral students to operate in the agricultural and forestry sector following up-to-date technology and sustainability principles, the program will address the global dimension of food security and production, and prepare to operate in the international arena (e.g. international organizations and more).


The program provides a variety of research opportunities in the areas of:

  • Sustainable intensification of agricultural and forestry productions;
  • Agriculture and forestry systems adaptation to climate change and resource constrained environments;
  • Breeding, genetics and genomics for sustainable production systems;
  • Protection and preservation of agricultural and forestry environments;
  • Processes and mechanisms of soil-plant interactions;
  • Industrial and non-food crops, including ornamentals, for remediation and other applications;
  • Soil and water conservation management towards Sustainable Development Goals
  • Management and modelling of wildlife and natural resources
  • Valorization of biomass and organic waste for bioenergy, biochemicals and high-value byproducts
  • Circular economy and future challenges in agriculture and forestry business
  • Economics, policies, market and marketing of agro-food and forestry chains