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  • Other research product . Other ORP type . 2020
    Closed Access
    Country: Italy

    none iForest is an Open Access, peer-reviewed online journal published by the Italian Society of Silviculture and Forest Ecology (SISEF). The journal encompasses a broad range of research aspects concerning forest science: forest ecology, biodiversity/genetics and ecophysiology, silviculture, forest inventory and planning, forest protection and monitoring, forest harvesting, landscape ecology, forest history, wood technology. Of special interest are studies addressing the biological and ecological bases for the sustainable management of forest ecosystems. iForest is freely and universally accessible online. It has been selected for coverage in the following Clarivate Analytics products: Journal Citation Reports - Science Edition (JCR) Science Citation Index - Expanded Current Contents / Agriculture, Biology & Environmental Sciences iForest is indexed by Elsevier Products (Scopus ), is included in the EBSCO title list, in the Directory of Open Access Journal (DOAJ ), and is member of the Crossref consortium . none Marco Borghetti, Gabriele Bucci, Rossella Guerrieri Marco Borghetti, Gabriele Bucci, Rossella Guerrieri

  • Closed Access English
    Authors: 
    Nicol, A.; Abdoubaetova, A.; Wolters, A.; Kharel, A.; Murzakolova, A.; Gebreyesus, A.; Lucasenco, E.; Chen, F.; Sugden, F.; Sterly, H.; +10 more
    Country: Italy
    Project: EC | AGRUMIG (822730)

    The context of global migration has changed dramatically since the beginning of 2020. Both within and between countries there has been a substantial curtailment of movement. As a result of multiple lockdowns, economic activity has severely declined and labor markets have ground to a halt. In mid-2020, the spectre of mass unemployment in industrialized economies loomed on the horizon. For both migrant hosting and origin countries – some are substantially both – this poses a set of complex development challenges. Some speak of a ‘new normal’ emerging, perhaps with less movement, more use of technology and, overall, a reduction in the global transport system that we have become accustomed to using. However, this suggests that there is suppressed demand to move for work elsewhere as well as a change in the nature of labor markets, particularly those that seek to make profits from large wage differentials within and between countries. There is no apparent evidence that this is yet the case; and an eagerness to work abroad, or in cities, remains the norm among the burgeoning youth in many low- and middleincome economies. The wider context of economic shock and changes to social systems, including the widely-reported mass movements of people within – and to some extent between – countries, seem to herald a different global migration order. However, it is worth asking whether this is really going to be the case, as many of the country examples in this short report make plain (note: this report was compiled from information available at an early stage of the pandemic). While the coupling of health risks with migrant movement may establish new levels of control and scrutiny, and to some degree attach new stigmas to migration in some contexts, the economic imperative of labor demand and supply at an international level means challenges will probably be overcome.

  • Closed Access English
    Authors: 
    Marzano, Annalisa;
    Publisher: Propylaeum
    Country: Italy

    The Roman villa was a defining element of the Roman world and its appearance and spread, both in various regions of Roman Italy and abroad, have been linked to various historical phenomena: Rome’s territorial expansion, the establishment of colonial settlements, and the indigenous elites’ readiness to participate in forms of Roman life. While traditional historiography has seen the spread of large villas in Republican Italy as a phenomenon that displaced small and medium landowners from the land, and thus contributed to Rome’s socio-political problems, recent studies have stressed that large villas and farms were not at variance with each other. The papers gathered in this volume aim at giving a more organic evaluation of how the ‘villa economy’ and the ‘peasant economy’ operated, and to what degree, if any, the two were integrated. It does so by addressing two main questions: whether villas and small and medium farms were part of two distinctive productive and distributive systems or not; and to what extent the picture emerging from provincial territories compares with the situation in Roman Italy.

  • Other research product . Other ORP type . 2019
    Closed Access English
    Authors: 
    Claudio Savaglio, Giancarlo Fortino, Giovanni Ciatto, Andrea Omicini;
    Publisher: Sun SITE Central Europe, RWTH Aachen University
    Country: Italy

    Proceedings of the 1st Workshop on Artificial Intelligence and Internet of Things, co-located with the 18th International Conference of the Italian Association for Artificial Intelligence (AIxIA 2019), Rende (CS), Italy, November 22, 2019.

  • Other research product . Other ORP type . 2014
    Closed Access English
    Authors: 
    Bitelli G;
    Publisher: AUTeC - Associazione Universitari di Topografia e Cartografia
    Country: Italy

    The volume contains the papers submitted for applying to the AUTeC Award 2014. The award was established in 2005 and it has been appointed annually to a Ph.D. thesis defended in the year in one Italian Doctoral Course and judged particularly significant in the fields pertaining to the scientific sector ICAR/06 (Surveying and Mapping). Each candidate summarizes in one paper the main points of its research. The articles are judged by a Commission composed by the current members of the AUTeC Executive Board. In 2014, the Commission was composed by Professors Ludovico Biagi from the Polytechnic of Milan, Ambrogio Manzino from the Polytechnic of Turin, Fabio Radicioni from the University of Perugia, Salvatore Troisi from the University of Naples Parthenope, Grazia Tucci from the University of Florence, Antonio Vettore from the University of Padua. Dr. Ciro Gioia, from the Doctoral Course in "Geodetic and Topographic Sciences" at the University of Naples Parthenope, was awarded the AUTeC Award 2014 for his thesis entitled "GNSS Navigation in Difficult Environments: Hybridization and Reliability". The AUTeC Award and the publication of the papers in a book want to be a recognition of the academics from the ICAR/06 sector for the work of these young researchers and a motivation to continue their study.

  • Closed Access
    Authors: 
    Boschi Federica;
    Country: Italy

    Direzione scientifica e coordinamento del programma Erasmus IP “Preventive Archaeology. Evaluating sites and landscapes” (edizione 2014). Grant Agreement Number 2013-1-IT2-ERA10-52950, nell'ambito della partnership internazionale: - University of Bologna, Dipartimento di Storia Culture Civiltà, Sezione di Archeologia (coordinator) - University of Birmingham, Department of Classis, Ancient History and Archaeology & Visual and Spatial Technology Center (VISTA) - University of Bradford, Department of Archaeological Sciences - University of Cassino, Dipartimento di Lettere e Filosofia - University of Ghent, Department of Archaeology - University of Leiden, Faculty of Archaeology - University of Ljubljana, Department of Archaeology - University of Lyon 2, Maison de l'Orient et de la Méditerranée - University of Salento, Dipartimento di Beni Culturali - University of Siena, Dipartimento di Archeologia e Storia delle Arti - University of Vigo, Department of Natural Resources and Environment Engineering - University of York, Department of Archaeology - European Union Marie Curie Program - Geocarta Inc., Paris - Geostudi Astier Inc., Livorno - Ingegneria dei Sistemi (IDS), Pisa - So.Ing. Strutture e Ambiente Inc., Livorno.

  • Other research product . Other ORP type . 2014
    Closed Access English
    Authors: 
    Paolo Bassi; Andrea Galtarossa; Tommaso Isernia; Giuliano Manara; Andrea Massa; Luca Perregrini; Giuseppe Schettini; Elena Autizi; Antonio-Daniele Capobianco; Luca Palmieri; +1 more
    Publisher: SIEm
    Country: Italy

    Il volume contiene gli atti della XX Riunione Nazionale di Elettromagnetismo (XX RiNEm) svoltasi a Padova nei giorni 15-18 settembre 2014.

  • Closed Access
    Authors: 
    RAGGI, MERI;
    Country: Italy

    Well functioning factor markets are a crucial condition for the competitiveness and growth of agriculture and for rural development. At the same time, the functioning of the factor markets themselves are influenced by changes in agriculture and the rural economy, and in EU policies. Member state regulations and institutions affecting land, labour, and capital markets may cause important heterogeneity in the factor markets, which may have important effects on the functioning of the factor markets and on the interactions between factor markets and EU policies. The general objective of the Factor Markets project is to analyse the functioning of factor markets for agriculture in the EU-27, including the Candidate Countries. The Factor Markets project will compare the different markets, their institutional framework and their impact on agricultural development and structural change, as well as their impact on rural economies, for the Member States, Candidate Countries and the EU as a whole. The Factor Markets project will focus on capital, labour and land markets. The results of this study will contribute to a better understanding of the fundamental economic factors affecting EU agriculture, thus allowing better targeting of policies to improve the competitiveness of the sector.

  • Other research product . Other ORP type . 2013
    Closed Access English
    Authors: 
    Paolo MATTHIAE, Nicolò MARCHETTI; Paolo MATTHIAE; Nicolò MARCHETTI;
    Publisher: Left Coast Press Inc.
    Country: Italy

    The discovery of 17,000 tablets at the mid-third millennium BC site of Ebla in Syria has revolutionized the study of the ancient Near East. This is the frst major English-language volume describing the multidisciplinary archaeological research at Ebla. Using an innovative regional landscape approach, the 29 contributions to this expansive volume examine Ebla in its regional context through lenses of archaeological, textual, archaeobiological, archaeometric, geomorphological, and remote sensing analysis. In doing so, they are able to provide us with a detailed picture of the constituent elements and trajectories of early state development at Ebla, essential to those studying the ancient Near East and to other archaeologists, historians, anthropologists, and linguists. This work was made possible by an IDEAS grant from the European Research Council.

  • Other research product . Other ORP type . 2013
    Closed Access English
    Authors: 
    Bitelli G.;
    Publisher: AUTeC - Associazione Universitari di Topografia e Cartografia
    Country: Italy

    Raccolta, edita con cadenza annuale, di contributi scientifici di Dottori di Ricerca nel settore della Geomatica, promossa dall'Associazione Universitari di Topografia e Cartografia (AUTeC) e curata dal Coordinatore Nazionale G. Bitelli. I lavori vengono vagliati dai docenti che compongono la Giunta dell'Associazione.

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  • Other research product . Other ORP type . 2020
    Closed Access
    Country: Italy

    none iForest is an Open Access, peer-reviewed online journal published by the Italian Society of Silviculture and Forest Ecology (SISEF). The journal encompasses a broad range of research aspects concerning forest science: forest ecology, biodiversity/genetics and ecophysiology, silviculture, forest inventory and planning, forest protection and monitoring, forest harvesting, landscape ecology, forest history, wood technology. Of special interest are studies addressing the biological and ecological bases for the sustainable management of forest ecosystems. iForest is freely and universally accessible online. It has been selected for coverage in the following Clarivate Analytics products: Journal Citation Reports - Science Edition (JCR) Science Citation Index - Expanded Current Contents / Agriculture, Biology & Environmental Sciences iForest is indexed by Elsevier Products (Scopus ), is included in the EBSCO title list, in the Directory of Open Access Journal (DOAJ ), and is member of the Crossref consortium . none Marco Borghetti, Gabriele Bucci, Rossella Guerrieri Marco Borghetti, Gabriele Bucci, Rossella Guerrieri

  • Closed Access English
    Authors: 
    Nicol, A.; Abdoubaetova, A.; Wolters, A.; Kharel, A.; Murzakolova, A.; Gebreyesus, A.; Lucasenco, E.; Chen, F.; Sugden, F.; Sterly, H.; +10 more
    Country: Italy
    Project: EC | AGRUMIG (822730)

    The context of global migration has changed dramatically since the beginning of 2020. Both within and between countries there has been a substantial curtailment of movement. As a result of multiple lockdowns, economic activity has severely declined and labor markets have ground to a halt. In mid-2020, the spectre of mass unemployment in industrialized economies loomed on the horizon. For both migrant hosting and origin countries – some are substantially both – this poses a set of complex development challenges. Some speak of a ‘new normal’ emerging, perhaps with less movement, more use of technology and, overall, a reduction in the global transport system that we have become accustomed to using. However, this suggests that there is suppressed demand to move for work elsewhere as well as a change in the nature of labor markets, particularly those that seek to make profits from large wage differentials within and between countries. There is no apparent evidence that this is yet the case; and an eagerness to work abroad, or in cities, remains the norm among the burgeoning youth in many low- and middleincome economies. The wider context of economic shock and changes to social systems, including the widely-reported mass movements of people within – and to some extent between – countries, seem to herald a different global migration order. However, it is worth asking whether this is really going to be the case, as many of the country examples in this short report make plain (note: this report was compiled from information available at an early stage of the pandemic). While the coupling of health risks with migrant movement may establish new levels of control and scrutiny, and to some degree attach new stigmas to migration in some contexts, the economic imperative of labor demand and supply at an international level means challenges will probably be overcome.

  • Closed Access English
    Authors: 
    Marzano, Annalisa;
    Publisher: Propylaeum
    Country: Italy

    The Roman villa was a defining element of the Roman world and its appearance and spread, both in various regions of Roman Italy and abroad, have been linked to various historical phenomena: Rome’s territorial expansion, the establishment of colonial settlements, and the indigenous elites’ readiness to participate in forms of Roman life. While traditional historiography has seen the spread of large villas in Republican Italy as a phenomenon that displaced small and medium landowners from the land, and thus contributed to Rome’s socio-political problems, recent studies have stressed that large villas and farms were not at variance with each other. The papers gathered in this volume aim at giving a more organic evaluation of how the ‘villa economy’ and the ‘peasant economy’ operated, and to what degree, if any, the two were integrated. It does so by addressing two main questions: whether villas and small and medium farms were part of two distinctive productive and distributive systems or not; and to what extent the picture emerging from provincial territories compares with the situation in Roman Italy.

  • Other research product . Other ORP type . 2019
    Closed Access English
    Authors: 
    Claudio Savaglio, Giancarlo Fortino, Giovanni Ciatto, Andrea Omicini;
    Publisher: Sun SITE Central Europe, RWTH Aachen University
    Country: Italy

    Proceedings of the 1st Workshop on Artificial Intelligence and Internet of Things, co-located with the 18th International Conference of the Italian Association for Artificial Intelligence (AIxIA 2019), Rende (CS), Italy, November 22, 2019.

  • Other research product . Other ORP type . 2014
    Closed Access English
    Authors: 
    Bitelli G;
    Publisher: AUTeC - Associazione Universitari di Topografia e Cartografia
    Country: Italy

    The volume contains the papers submitted for applying to the AUTeC Award 2014. The award was established in 2005 and it has been appointed annually to a Ph.D. thesis defended in the year in one Italian Doctoral Course and judged particularly significant in the fields pertaining to the scientific sector ICAR/06 (Surveying and Mapping). Each candidate summarizes in one paper the main points of its research. The articles are judged by a Commission composed by the current members of the AUTeC Executive Board. In 2014, the Commission was composed by Professors Ludovico Biagi from the Polytechnic of Milan, Ambrogio Manzino from the Polytechnic of Turin, Fabio Radicioni from the University of Perugia, Salvatore Troisi from the University of Naples Parthenope, Grazia Tucci from the University of Florence, Antonio Vettore from the University of Padua. Dr. Ciro Gioia, from the Doctoral Course in "Geodetic and Topographic Sciences" at the University of Naples Parthenope, was awarded the AUTeC Award 2014 for his thesis entitled "GNSS Navigation in Difficult Environments: Hybridization and Reliability". The AUTeC Award and the publication of the papers in a book want to be a recognition of the academics from the ICAR/06 sector for the work of these young researchers and a motivation to continue their study.

  • Closed Access
    Authors: 
    Boschi Federica;
    Country: Italy

    Direzione scientifica e coordinamento del programma Erasmus IP “Preventive Archaeology. Evaluating sites and landscapes” (edizione 2014). Grant Agreement Number 2013-1-IT2-ERA10-52950, nell'ambito della partnership internazionale: - University of Bologna, Dipartimento di Storia Culture Civiltà, Sezione di Archeologia (coordinator) - University of Birmingham, Department of Classis, Ancient History and Archaeology & Visual and Spatial Technology Center (VISTA) - University of Bradford, Department of Archaeological Sciences - University of Cassino, Dipartimento di Lettere e Filosofia - University of Ghent, Department of Archaeology - University of Leiden, Faculty of Archaeology - University of Ljubljana, Department of Archaeology - University of Lyon 2, Maison de l'Orient et de la Méditerranée - University of Salento, Dipartimento di Beni Culturali - University of Siena, Dipartimento di Archeologia e Storia delle Arti - University of Vigo, Department of Natural Resources and Environment Engineering - University of York, Department of Archaeology - European Union Marie Curie Program - Geocarta Inc., Paris - Geostudi Astier Inc., Livorno - Ingegneria dei Sistemi (IDS), Pisa - So.Ing. Strutture e Ambiente Inc., Livorno.

  • Other research product . Other ORP type . 2014
    Closed Access English
    Authors: 
    Paolo Bassi; Andrea Galtarossa; Tommaso Isernia; Giuliano Manara; Andrea Massa; Luca Perregrini; Giuseppe Schettini; Elena Autizi; Antonio-Daniele Capobianco; Luca Palmieri; +1 more
    Publisher: SIEm
    Country: Italy

    Il volume contiene gli atti della XX Riunione Nazionale di Elettromagnetismo (XX RiNEm) svoltasi a Padova nei giorni 15-18 settembre 2014.

  • Closed Access
    Authors: 
    RAGGI, MERI;
    Country: Italy

    Well functioning factor markets are a crucial condition for the competitiveness and growth of agriculture and for rural development. At the same time, the functioning of the factor markets themselves are influenced by changes in agriculture and the rural economy, and in EU policies. Member state regulations and institutions affecting land, labour, and capital markets may cause important heterogeneity in the factor markets, which may have important effects on the functioning of the factor markets and on the interactions between factor markets and EU policies. The general objective of the Factor Markets project is to analyse the functioning of factor markets for agriculture in the EU-27, including the Candidate Countries. The Factor Markets project will compare the different markets, their institutional framework and their impact on agricultural development and structural change, as well as their impact on rural economies, for the Member States, Candidate Countries and the EU as a whole. The Factor Markets project will focus on capital, labour and land markets. The results of this study will contribute to a better understanding of the fundamental economic factors affecting EU agriculture, thus allowing better targeting of policies to improve the competitiveness of the sector.

  • Other research product . Other ORP type . 2013
    Closed Access English
    Authors: 
    Paolo MATTHIAE, Nicolò MARCHETTI; Paolo MATTHIAE; Nicolò MARCHETTI;
    Publisher: Left Coast Press Inc.
    Country: Italy

    The discovery of 17,000 tablets at the mid-third millennium BC site of Ebla in Syria has revolutionized the study of the ancient Near East. This is the frst major English-language volume describing the multidisciplinary archaeological research at Ebla. Using an innovative regional landscape approach, the 29 contributions to this expansive volume examine Ebla in its regional context through lenses of archaeological, textual, archaeobiological, archaeometric, geomorphological, and remote sensing analysis. In doing so, they are able to provide us with a detailed picture of the constituent elements and trajectories of early state development at Ebla, essential to those studying the ancient Near East and to other archaeologists, historians, anthropologists, and linguists. This work was made possible by an IDEAS grant from the European Research Council.

  • Other research product . Other ORP type . 2013
    Closed Access English
    Authors: 
    Bitelli G.;
    Publisher: AUTeC - Associazione Universitari di Topografia e Cartografia
    Country: Italy

    Raccolta, edita con cadenza annuale, di contributi scientifici di Dottori di Ricerca nel settore della Geomatica, promossa dall'Associazione Universitari di Topografia e Cartografia (AUTeC) e curata dal Coordinatore Nazionale G. Bitelli. I lavori vengono vagliati dai docenti che compongono la Giunta dell'Associazione.