Alberto Del Pia’s research is concerned with theoretical and algorithmic aspects of mixed-integer optimization, with a special emphasis in linear and polynomial functions. Other interests include polyhedral combinatorics and combinatorial optimization.
Associate Professor Emeritus
Plasma-enhanced synthesis and surface modification of materials, Immobilization of active biomolecules onto plasma-functionalized surfaces, Deposition of anti-fouling and anti-microbial surface layers, Plasma-enhanced synthesis of nanoparticle systems, Development of novel non-equilibrium plasma tools.
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Redox potentials at water/peat interface in wetland ponds, statistical techniques development for evaluation of negative skewness in ectotherm thermoregulation, microcomputer techniques for ecosystem modeling, evaluation of mitigation procedures for highway impacts on wetlands, hydrological factors in wetland formation, riverine wetland formation, wetl...
Research focuses on the behavior of organic toxicants in aquatic, soil and sediment systems with a particular emphasis on understanding the role played by natural organic matter in controlling their bioavailability, degradability and mobility. Major research interests include the elucidation of molecular mechanisms responsible for sequestration a...
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Water and Wastewater Engineering, Unit Processes, Process Modeling and Plant Engineering, Biological Wastewater and Wastewater Residuals Treatment and Stabilization, Water Quality Management and Policy Development, Wet Weather Wastewater Management, Sustainability and Sustainable Practices, Environmental Economics
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Continuum mechanics analyses of behavior of modern materials, nonlinear fracture mechanics of ductile materials (single- and poly-crystalline) and interfaces, nonlocal constitutive models of composite materials, dynamic fragmentation, nanoscale fracture, nanoscale shape-memory alloys, discontinuities and shock waves in solids, applied mathematics
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Robotics, computer control, manufacturing process automation, dynamics and robustness of production planning and control, distributed system control, manufacturing systems, manufacturing logistics, computer-integrated manufacturing
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