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Dr Daniela Anghileri MSc, PhD

Research fellow in Hydrology

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Daniela Anghileri is a Research Fellow within the School of Geography and Environmental Science at the University of Southampton, working on the project Building REsearch Capacity for sustainable water and food security In drylands of sub-saharan Africa (BRECcIA).

 

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Work history

2018-to date: Research fellow, University of Southampton, Southampton (UK).
2014-2018: Postdoctoral researcher, ETH Zurich, Zurich (CH).
2008-2010: Research Assistant, Politecnico di Milano, Milan (IT).
2007-2008: Engineering consultant, Milan (IT).

Research interests

  • Water resources management
  • hydrology; multi-objective optimization
  • decision support systems; climate change
  • reservoir operations

Daniela’s research is in the field of hydrology and water resources management. She is particularly interested in analysing the interaction between human activities and the natural environment. She combines models and optimization techniques to analyse coupled human-natural water systems and decision-making problems to improve water use efficiency, sustainability, and promote an equitable share of water between conflicting uses. She has experience in several real-world water management problems concerning water security and protection from hydrological hazards, such as flood control and drought mitigation, water supply for food production and hydropower production.

Research projects

Building Research Capacity for sustainable water and food security In drylands of sub-saharan Africa (Breccia)

 

 

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