PIERGIORGIO MOSCHINI

PhD Student

PhD program:: XXXV
email: piergiorgio.moschini@uniroma1.it
room: 120




tutor: Prof. Mario Gaeta

- Personal information: Born on 02/04/1994, Rome, Italy. piergiorgio.moschini@uniroma1.it - Education and training: 2019-present: Ph.D. student in Earth Sciences, Sapienza-University of Rome (Rome, Italy). Project: “Volcanic hazard assessment at Mt.Etna: A time integrated, polybaric and polythermal perspective”. 24/10/2019: Master’s degree magna cum laude in Exploration Geology at Sapienza-University of Rome (Rome, Italy). Thesis: “Radon signal vs CO2 flux from natural to laboratory conditions: The case study of Nisyros volcano (Aegean arc, Greece)”. - Research interests: Igneous petrology; Experimental volcanology and petrology; Crystallization kinetics; Time scales of magmatic processes. - Awards: 24/10/2019: Outstanding student within the “Honour programme” at Sapienza-University of Rome (Rome, Italy). ”Quantification of H2O concentrations by Raman spectroscopy over glassy scoria and melt inclusions of foiditic samples from Alban Hills Volcanic District”

Research products

  • 11573/1651633 - 2022 - Modeling the crystallization conditions of clinopyroxene crystals erupted during February-April 2021 lava fountains at Mt. Etna. Implications for the dynamic transfer of magmas (01a Articolo in rivista)
    SILVIO MOLLO, PIERGIORGIO MOSCHINI, FLAVIA PALUMMO
  • 11573/1624646 - 2022 - Micro-Raman water calibration in ultrapotassic silicate glasses. Application to phono-tephrites and K-foidites of Colli Albani Volcanic District (Central Italy) (01a Articolo in rivista)
    BARBARA BONECHI, Mario GAETA, Cristina PERINELLI, PIERGIORGIO MOSCHINI
  • 11573/1549494 - 2021 - Parameterization of clinopyroxene growth kinetics via crystal size distribution (CSD) analysis. Insights into the temporal scales of magma dynamics at Mt. Etna volcano (01a Articolo in rivista)
    PIERGIORGIO MOSCHINI, SILVIO MOLLO, Mario GAETA
  • 11573/1549506 - 2021 - Carrier and dilution effects of CO2 on thoron emissions from a zeolitized tuff exposed to subvolcanic temperatures (01a Articolo in rivista)
    SILVIO MOLLO, PIERGIORGIO MOSCHINI, CARLO LUCCHETTI
  • 11573/1461105 - 2020 - Deep versus shallow sources of CO2 and Rn from a multi-parametric approach: the case of the Nisyros caldera (Aegean Arc, Greece) (01a Articolo in rivista)
    CARLO LUCCHETTI, PIERGIORGIO MOSCHINI, SILVIO MOLLO, Gianfranco GALLI

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