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Dario Pasini obtained his first degree from the University of Pavia in 1992, and a PhD in Chemistry in 1996 from the University of Birmingham, UK (advisor: Prof. Sir J. Fraser Stoddart, Nobel Prize in Chemistry 2016). After postdoctoral research at the University of California, Berkeley, USA, in the group of Prof. J. M. J. Fréchet (1997–1999), he joined the faculty of the Department of Chemistry at the University of Pavia in 2000 (Associate Professor from 2015, with Habilitation to Full Professor), where he continues to develop his scientific interests in the fields of organic, supramolecular and polymeric materials. He spent time as a visiting professor at the University of Geneva (Prof. S. Matile, 2005) and at the University of South Carolina (Prof. L. Shimizu, 2011), the latter after the award of a Journal Grant for International Authors from the Royal Society of Chemistry.
Working in the fields of: - integrated optics - nonlinear optics - fiber communications - biophotonics - optical trapping - silk photonics
Research interests: · Ecology of benthic invertebrates of lagoon and marine environments, particularly peracarid crustaceans and bryozoans · Biological invasions · Indicators and indices of environmental quality · Biological traits analysis of benthic communities · Applications of fuzzy logic to ecological research.
Professor of Chemistry, 54 y.o.
I design prediction models for Molecular Biology and Medicine with Machine Learning.
The application range of my models is broad, ranging from DSCAM Drosophila protein affinity prediction (with Support Vector Machines) to simulation of clinical trajectories in diabetic patients (with Continuous Time Bayesian Networks). I use Java, Perl, R and Matlab.
I study the behavioural ecology of birds and of raptors in particular. My interest is concentrated on the migration ecology of birds and in particular on the influence of climate changes on bird migration and trend analysis, on bird conservation, on the effect of natural barrier on raptor movements, on social interactions and on the effect of weather conditions on the migratory behaviour of birds. I'm involved also in research on the breeding and wintering ecology of raptors.