scuola dottorato

Filippo Mastroianni

Mastroianni

filippo.mastroianni@phd.unipi.it

Looking at rocks through a microscope, I focused my studies on volcanology and igneous petrology. Currently, I’m investigating Kolumbo Seamount, an active submarine volcano located 7 km NE of Santorini (Greece), which explosively erupted in 1650 CE. By the study of its products, employing high precision, state of the art microanalyses, we aim to understand how its plumbing and storage system works and the magmatic processes that led to the eruption.
B.Sc. in Geological Sciences at the University of Florence, 2015. Thesis Title: “The Latera Geothermal System”.
M.Sc. in Geological Sciences and Technologies at the University of Florence, 2018. Thesis Title: “Investigating heterogeneous magma systems by detailed characterization of the juvenile products of the Upper Pumice eruption at Nisyros Volcano, Greece.”
Erasmus + Traineeship at Universität zu Köln. Title: “Analytical procedures for the measurements by isotope dilution of elemental and isotope contents in magmatic rocks from Southern Italy”.
Ph.D. Student in Earth Sciences at the University of Pisa, 2018 – 2021. Thesis Title: “Understanding timescales and dynamics of volcanic plumbing system processes by micro-analytical chemical and isotopic studies on magma components”.

RESEARCH INTEREST 
  • Petrology
  • Volcanology
  • Isotope Geochemistry
  • Petrography

Research project: Understanding timescales and dynamics of volcanic plumbing system processes by micro-analytical chemical and isotopic studies on magma components.

Supervisors:

Professor Lorella Francalanci


Filippo Mastroianni

Dipartimento di Scienze della Terra
Università di Pisa
Via Santa Maria 53
56126 Pisa
Italia