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Educational Plan

This Course entails an overall study effort corresponding to at least 180 Doctorate Formative Credits (DFC), subdivided in at least 30 DFC for seminars and 150 DFC for research activity.

The seminars offered by the Course consist in:

  • “Scientific English” seminars (10 DFC), strongly recommended to all the PhD students;
  • the other seminars (20 DFC) may be selected by the PhD students based on their research activities.

Each PhD student is required to collect at least 10 DFC per year.

The total amount of DFC can be reached also by attending seminars organized by other PhD Courses, for a maximum overall amount of 5 DFC, with suitable topics approved by the Tutor, and by providing a certificate of attendance.

Each candidate performs research activity followed by a Tutor, who supervises the research project and has the responsibility of the effectiveness of the plan.

Tutors involve PhD students in relevant research projects, as well as in research contracts with public institutions and private companies.

Teaching Plan 2022

TOPIC TEACHER DFC Hrs proposed date and time online or mixed mode
Agricultural by-products: an eventual source of bioactive compounds Prof. Samia Dobbou 1 2 March 21st, h 16.00-18.00 mixed mode (Room H0.3)
The use of plant by-products as additives in meat products Prof. Samia Dobbou 1 2 April 8th, h 12.00-13.00 mixed mode (Room H1.1)
Scientific English Prof. Adrian Wallwork 10 20 May 2nd, 11.30-13.30 and 14.45-17.45
May 3rd, 09.00-12.00 and 13.15-15.15
May 10th, 11.30-13.30 and 14.45-17.45
May 11th, 09.00-12.00 and 13.15-15.15
in presence
Modulated Light Dependent Regulation of Freezing Tolerance Prof. Gabor Galiba 2 4 May 11th, h 9.00-11.00
May 12th, h 9.00-11.00
 
Wastewater reuse for crop irrigation as a water-saving strategy Prof. Samia Dobbou 1 2 May 17th, h 16.00-18.00 mixed mode (Room H1.1)
Impact of LED technology on indoor plant production Prof. Gabor Galiba 1 2 May 18th, h 9.00-11.00  
Infrared spectroscopy in food analysis Dr. Giorgia Foca 2 4 May 27th, h 11.00-13.00
May 27th, h 14.00-16.00
mixed mode (Room H1.1)
Functional Genomics Approaches in Crop Plants Prof. Enrico Francia 2 4 June 7th, h 14.00-16.00
June 8th, h 14.00-16.00
mixed mode (Room H0.2)
Packaging properties related to food quality preservation Prof. Fabio Licciardello 1 2 June  9th, h 11.00-13.00 mixed mode (Room H0.2)
Insect farming: sustainable approaches for biowaste valorization and the production of feed and food Prof. Lara Maistrello 2 4 June 10th, h 9.00-13.00 mixed mode (Room H0.2)
Applications of multivariate analysis in the agri-food context Prof. Alessandro Ulrici 4 8 June 14th, h 15.30-18.30
June 15th, h 14.30-17.00
June 17th, h 14.30-17.00
mixed mode (informatic room)
Biotech advances for plant secondary metabolites production in Temporary Immersion Bioreactors Prof. Ariel D. Arencibia Rodriguez 1 2 June 23rd, h 15.00-17.00 online
Regulation and use of biostimulants in agriculture Dr. Federica Caradonia 1 2 June 17th, h 10.00-12.00 mixed mode (Room H0.2)
Colour and chemical imaging: RGB and hyperspectral image analysis for food monitoring Dr. Rosalba Calvini 2 4 June 28th, h 14.30-16.30
June 29th, h 14.30-16.30
mixed mode (Room H1.2)
Speed and Precision for present and future Plant Breeding Prof. Nicola Pecchioni 1 2 June 24th, h 10.00-12.00 online
Biotechnological advances in agrifood sciences: from sequencing to industrial applications Dott. Salvatore La China 1 2 June 24th, h 14.30-16.30 mixed mode (Room H0.2)
Method set-up for the identification and quantification of food contaminants Dr. Giuseppe Montevecchi 1 2 July 5th, h 10.00-12.00 mixed mode (Room H0.2)
Reduction of food waste and by-products through bioconversion and biorefinement Dr. Giuseppe Montevecchi 1 2 July 6th, h 10.00-12.00 mixed mode (Room H0.2)
Innovative and eco-friendly strategies to improve agricultural sustainability Prof. Domenico Ronga 3 6 September 5th, h 9.00-12.00  September 12th, h 14.00-17.00 online
"An introduction to the R statistical software, with applications to agronomic research" Prof. Francesco Reyes 4 8 Sept. 13th, h 10.00-12.00 and 13.00-15.00
Sept. 14th, h 10.00-12.00 and 13.00-15.00
mixed mode (informatic room, Besta, Ist floor)
Food bioactive compounds Prof. Davide Tagliazucchi 2 4 September 20th, h 9.00-11.00  September 22th, h 9.00-11.00 online
How microbes could help save the planet Prof. Lisa Solieri 1 2 September 22th, h 14.00-16.00 Mixed mode (room h1.1)
Metagenomic analysis Dr. Stefano Raimondi 1 2 September 30th, h 14.00-16.00 online
Contamination and health risks posed by pesticide residues in vegetable products: assessment and management. Prof. Emilio Stefani 1.5 3 September 30th, h 9.00-12.00 Mixed mode (room H0.1)
Introduction to MATLAB environment Dr. Rosalba Calvini 4 8 October 4th, h 14.00-16.30  October 5th, h 14.00-17.00  October 6 th, h 14.00-16.30 mixed mode (informatic room, Besta, Ist floor)
Microbial Biotechnologies for Biorefineries Prof. Alberto Amaretti 2 4 October 10th, h 11.00-13.00
and 14.00-16.00
online
Role of Culture Collections and exploitation of microbial resources: from strain preservation to industrial starters design Dr. Luciana De Vero 1 2 October 12th, h 11.00-13.00 Biology lab., Kennedy
Innovative applications of acetic acid bacteria: the organism inside the process Prof. Maria Gullo 2 4 October 14th, h 9.00-13.00 online
Nutraceuticals, wellness and human health: the new dietary habits Dr. Serena Martini 2 4 October 25th, h 9.00-11.00
October 27th, h 9.00-11.00
online


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