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Projects and Research Activities

The 11 main thematic areas of DICAM research.

Diffusion in polymers and membrane separations
Experimental and theoretical analysis of the thermodynamic and transport properties of polymers and of the separation of liquids and gaseous streams with membranes

Geoengineering and natural resources
Scientific activities in the fields of safety engineering and civil protection, raw and second materials engineering, petroleum engineering and fluid mechanics in porous media.

Acquisition, development, description, analysis and management of metric and thematic data, related to the Earth's surface, or to portions of it.

Geotechnical and Geological Engineering
They work together on the analysis of slope stability and on the assessment of the possible interventions for the mitigation of the hydrogeological risk and, in particular, for the management of the landslide risk.

Industrial and environmental biotechnologies and fluid dynamics
Research activities in the fields of biotechnologies and fluid dynamics, aimed at industrial and environmental applications.

Industrial Safety & Environmental Sustainability
Development of methods, models and tools for safety and sustainability assessment of industrial technologies and processes

Materials Chemistry
Preparation of new materials or materials with specific properties and to understanding the correlations existing between chemical structure and final properties.

Materials Science and Technology
Study of advanced materials for engineering, recycling, environment and energy, technologies for architectural restoration, electrical properties and durability.

Mechanical modelling and testing of structures for the evaluation of their behaviour.

Transportation infrastructures and Transports
Structural and functional design of transportation infrastructures as roads, railways and airports and their planning and management in the territory.

Water engineering
Analysis of water-related problems and their implications on several Engineering branches.