Unibo Edition 2020

1st Finalist Unibo edition and Winner Final

Maria Francesca di Filippo, PhD student in Chemistry, tells us in just 3 minutes and with the support of a single slide her research on the functional properties of chitosan films enriched with snail mucus extract and its different applications, as disposable films for food packaging or for the biomedical field.

2nd finalist Unibo edition

Christina Makoundou,Phd student in Civil, Chemical, Environmental and Materials Engineering, tells us with the support of a single slide her research on how roads can be made of recycled materials while, at the same time, developing safer bike lanes and sidewalks.

3rd finalist Unibo edition

Silvia Pizzirani, PhD student of Global Histories, Cultures, and Politics, tells us in just three minutes and with the support of a single slide her research on how consumption in Italy in the 1970s was both was affected by the development of consumerism and by economic crises and austerity policies.

Claudia Albertini, PhD in Biotechnological and Pharmaceutical Science, tell us in just three minutes and with the support of a single slide her research on the design and synthesis of new drug conjugates, as potential tools to obtain a polypharmacological approach against Alzheimer’s disease.

Sara Angeloni, PhD student in Chemistry, tells us in just three minutes and with the support of a single slide her research on luminescent silicon nanocrystals for bioimaging.

Marta Gibin, PhD student in Sociology and Social Research, tells us in just three minutes and with the support of a single slide her research on illness narratives of cancer patients, both offline and online, doctor-patient relationship and gender studies

Camilo Orozco Corredor, PhD student inìElectrical Engineering at the University of Bologna, tells us in just three minutes and with the support of a single slide his research on decentralized and distributed control approach of microgrid components, local energy communities, integration of vehicle-to-grid (V2G) services and optimization modeling

Antonio Macaluso, PhD student in Computer Science and Engineering, tells us in just three minutes and with the support of a single slide his research on Quantum Algorithms for Artificial Intelligence

Mattia Mantellini, PhD student in Biomedical, Electrical and System Engineering, tells us in just three minutes and with the support of a single slide his research on optimization of the power electronic system associated with ocean wave electric generators

Giulia Massaro, PhD student in Health and Technologies with Clinical Cardiology and Electrophysiology Activity, tells us in just three minutes and with the support of a single slide her research on best performing algorhythms & identified variables to verify transferability of preliminary data to real-world clinical settings

Maria Alessia Schouten, PhD student in Agricultural, Environmental and Food Science and Technology, tells us in just three minutes and with the support of a single slide her research on Innovative strategies for the mitigation of acrylamide and other toxicants content in different food products

Chiara Stuardi, PhD student in Astrophysics , tells us in just three minutes and with the support of a single slide her research on Magnetic _eld ampli_cation by low Mach number shocks in galaxy clusters

Quqa Said, PhD student in Civil, Chemical, Environmental and Materials Engineering, tells us in just three minutes and with the support of a single slide his research on Bio-inspired self-driving dynamic systems for structural health monitoring

Farhad ZEIGHAMI, PhD student in Structural and Environmental Health Monitoring and Management , tells us in just three minutes and with the support of a single slide his research on Periodic and resonant Metamaterials for surface waves control