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ProfessorMolinari Daniela
QualificationUntenured researcher legge 240/10 full time
Belonging DepartmentDipartimento di Ingegneria Civile e Ambientale
Scientific-Disciplinary SectorICAR/01 - Hydraulics
Curriculum VitaeDownload CV (147.92Kb - 07/09/2020)
OrcIDhttps://orcid.org/0000-0003-2473-1257

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E-maildaniela.molinari@polimi.it
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List of publications and reserach products for the year 2020 (Show all details | Hide all details)
Type Title of the Publicaiton/Product
Journal Articles
Bayesian Data-Driven approach enhances synthetic flood loss models (Show >>)
Enhancing flood risk maps by a participatory and collaborative design process (Show >>)


List of publications and reserach products for the year 2019 (Show all details | Hide all details)
Type Title of the Publicaiton/Product
Conference proceedings
Co-mapping lab: un’esperienza di costruzione collaborativa delle mappe di rischio alluvionale (Show >>)
Journal Articles
AGRIDE-c, a conceptual model for the estimation of flood damage to crops: development and implementation (Show >>)
Evaluating the flood damage on dairy farms: a methodological proposal (Show >>)
Validation of flood risk models: Current practice and possible improvements (Show >>)


List of publications and reserach products for the year 2018 (Show all details | Hide all details)
Type Title of the Publicaiton/Product
Conference proceedings
LA DIFFUSIONE DELLA CONOSCENZA SUL RISCHIO ALLUVIONALE NEL PROGETTO FLOOD-IMPAT+ (Show >>)
Modellazione dell’evento alluvionale che ha interessato la città di Lodi nel novembre 2002 (Show >>)
On flood damage models validation and uncertainty assessment: the case of the 2002 flood in Lodi (Northern Italy) (Show >>)
Journal Articles
A New Tool to Estimate Inundation Depths by Spatial Interpolation (RAPIDE): Design, Application and Impact on Quantitative Assessment of Flood Damages (Show >>)
Hess Opinions: An interdisciplinary research agenda to explore the unintended consequences of structural flood protection (Show >>)
The RISPOSTA procedure for the collection, storage and analysis of high quality, consistent and reliable damage data in the aftermath of floods (Show >>)


List of publications and reserach products for the year 2017 (Show all details | Hide all details)
Type Title of the Publicaiton/Product
Contributions on scientific books
Best practice of data collection at the local scale: the RISPOSTA procedure (Show >>)
Conclusions (Show >>)
Defining complete post flood scenarios to support risk mitigation strategies (Show >>)
Editorship of scientific books
Flood Damage Survey and Assessment: New Insights from Research and Practice (Show >>)
Journal Articles
Adaptation to flood risk: Results of international paired flood event studies (Show >>)
On the Influence of Input Data Quality to Flood Damage Estimation: The Performance of the INSYDE Model (Show >>)
On urban inundation and damage modelling (Show >>)


List of publications and reserach products for the year 2016 (Show all details | Hide all details)
Type Title of the Publicaiton/Product
Conference proceedings
Analysis of post-event damage data for supporting risk-modelling process (Show >>)
Applying the Flood-IMPAT procedure for assessing and mapping flood risk in the Valle D’Aosta region (Show >>)
Comparing post-event and pre-event damage assessment: Information gaps and lessons learnt (Show >>)
Flood damage data analysis: towards an improvement of data quality and usability (Show >>)
On the Flood-IMPAT procedure for flood risk analysis and mapping (Show >>)
Post-flood damage data: requirements for disaster forensic investigation (Show >>)
Journal Articles
Flood damage: a model for consistent, complete and multipurpose scenarios (Show >>)
INSYDE: a synthetic, probabilistic flood damage model based on explicit cost analysis (Show >>)
Implementing the European “Floods Directive”: the Case of the Po River Basin (Show >>)
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