Institution

University of Parma

Reviewers: 148

14th in Italy

Reviews: 1,925

16th in Italy

Merit: 5,620

16th in Italy

Openness: 0.2%

57th in Italy

Journal Editors at University of Parma

Reviewers from University of Parma

  • Reviewer

    Sandro Longo

    Born: Taviano (Lecce), Italy, on 23.08.1963 Citizenship: Italy

    Formation Laurea cum laude in Hydraulic Civil Engineering in the Polytechnic of Bari (Italy), on 18.12.1986. PhD in Hydrodynamics, 1993, Florence (Italy).

    Academic position: Assistant Professor in Hydraulics in the permanent staff of the University of Parma (Italy), 1998-2005. Associate Professor in Hydraulics in the permanent staff of the University of Parma (Italy), since 2005

    Visiting Professor at UBO, Brest, France, 2001. Visiting Professor in sabbatical leave at the University of Granada, Spain, March-August 2010. Presently (2012) visiting the Department of Engineering, University of Cambridge, UK By-Fellow of Churchill College, Cambridge, UK Accredited for Full Professor, ASN 2013

    Associate Editor for Journal of Petroleum Science and Engineering

    Academic Editor for Mathematical Problems in Engineering

    Patents

    Optical instrument for measuring 2-D tangential velocity (patent No 0001355886 23/2/2009)

    Consultant of the Court for Public Water

  • Reviewer

    Elena Maestri

    Full Professor at the University of Parma

  • Reviewer

    Renato Costi

    Associate Professor of Surgery Ph.D. in Advanced Laparoscopic Surgery Fellow of the American College of Surgeons

    (on June 12, 2018) Referee for 27 international journals, including AJG, ASO, BJS, Gastroenterol, Nature (Gastr), WJG, WJSO, etc.

    Member of the editorial board of: Acta Biomed, Min Inv Surg, WJG.

    Author of 217 publications, including 117 papers published in PubMed. Total Impact Factor is 252.926

  • Reviewer

    Roberto Brighenti

    Associate Prof. of Structural Mechanics - Univ. of Parma - ITALY

    Research interests: • Experimental, numerical modelling in fatigue and fracture; • Computational mechanics, Finite elements technique; • Meshless methods with application to fracture mech.; • Structural optimisation; • Fracture and fatigue repair optimisation; • Composite materials and structures under static and fatigue loading; • Composite materials optimisation; • Discontinuous FE for brittle material’s simulation; • Discrete element method for solids and granular materials.