Alessandro AmarantoPh.D. Candidate
MS - ENVE
Francisco Muñoz-Arriola • Dimitri Solomatine; Gérard Corzo Perez
Before joining UNL I graduated in Environmental and Geomatic Engineering at Politecnico di Milano in 2014. My research areas are data-driven modeling, sensitivity and uncertainty analysis, with an emphasis on their application to groundwater resources management. As part of my Ph.D., I joined the Hydroinformatics research group in IHE Delft, which carries together with UNL a number of projects related to the water management and food security. I serve as a reviewer for different international journals, and I was involved in supervisory activities for different MSc students. I received the Scientific Communication Award by the Digital Agriculture Society (2018).
- A Amaranto, F Munoz-Arriola, G Corzo, DP Solomatine and GE Meyer (2018) Semi-seasonal groundwater forecast using multiple data-driven models in an irrigated cropland - Journal of Hydroinformatics, 20(6): 1227-1246
- Maurizio Mazzoleni, Seong Jin Noh, Haksu Lee, Yuqiong Liu, Dong-Jun Seo, Alessandro Amaranto, Leonardo Alfonso, Dimitri P Solomatine (2018) Real-time assimilation of streamflow observations into a hydrological routing model: effects of model structures and updating methods - Hydrological Sciences Journal, 63(3): 386-407