Daniele Contini was born in Livorno, Italy, in 1969. He graduated in physics in 1994 at the University of Florence and had a Ph.D. degree in energy engineering in 1999 at the University of Florence. He served as a Research Fellow at the University of Florence from 1999 to 2001. From 2001, he served as a Researcher at the Institute of Atmospheric Science and Climate (ISAC-CNR) of the National Research Council. Since 2009, he has been working as the Head of the Lecce branch of ISAC-CNR. He has experience in micrometeorology of the boundary layer. Specifically, surface/atmosphere turbulent exchange of mass and energy, energy balance in the surface layer, aerosol, and trace gas fluxes. He also has experience in environmental fluid mechanics and in analysis of correlation between pollution (air quality) and meteorology. He has experience in teaching in both undergraduate and postgraduated levels as well as experience in supervising Ph.D. projects. He participated in national projects funded by public and private organizations and to projects funded by the European Community (COST). He acts as reviewer for several journals at the international level.
Biography Updated on 17 January 2012