Andrea Giudici′s Conference Talks and Seminars
November 2018 - Baltic Earth Conference, "Multiple drivers for Earth system changes in the Baltic Sea region", Tallinn, Estonia. Poster presentation of TalTech Drifter Track 2019 Data Collection Tool
June 2018 - 2nd Baltic Earth Conference, "The Baltic Sea Region in Transition", Helsingor, Denmark.
May 2018 - International Coastal Symposium, Busan, South Korea.
May 2018 - 50th International Liege Colloquium on Ocean Dynamics, Liege.
30/12/2017 - Short segment and interview on Italian Italia1's program, TGCOM. Segment available online.
29/12/2017 - Short segment and interview on Estonia's ETV2 channel. Segment available online.
10/10/2017 - Estonian Academy of Sciences, evening gala event, Tallinn, Estonia. Oral presentation "Chasing sea pollution in the Baltic Sea".
10/10/2017 - Gulf of Finland Days 2017, Tallinn, Estonia. Oral presentation "Patchines of the sea suface under the combined effect of winds and currents".
16/6/2017 - 11th Baltic Sea Science Confress, Rostock, Germany. Oral presentation "Turbulence and passive scalar transport in a free-slip surface".
24/4/2017 - European Geosciences Union General Assembly 2017, Vienna, Austria. Poster presentation on a published work for a low-cost multi-measurement drifter platform.
Jan-June 2017 - School of Science, Introduction to the Python programming language for employment in scientific research.
23/5/2016 - COLLOQUIUM, Liege, Belgium. Poster presentation on a novel low-cost design for oceanic drifter platform.
10/3/2015 - Baltic Earth's "Climate modelling and impacts: From the Global to the Regional to the Urban scale", HafenCity University of Hamburg, Germany. "Identification of areas of spontaneous current-induced surface patch formation in the Gulf of Finland".
27/1/2015 - Defence of PhD Dissertation, Tallinn, Estonia, "Quantification of spontaneous current-induced patch formation in the marine surface layer".
8/9/2014 - IUTAM Symposium 2014, Complexity of Nonlinear Waves, Tallinn, Estonia, "Finite-Time Compressibility as a measure of likelihood of spontaneous patch formation in the Gulf of Finland".
21/7/2014 - MEME 2014 Mathematics and Engineering in Marine and Earth Problems, Aveiro, Portugal, "Quantification of spontaneous patch generation in marine surface layer."
8/6/2014 - Baltic DB&IS 2014, Tallinn, Estonia, "Measuring Finite Time Compressibility from Large Simulated Datasets: Towards Identification of Areas of Spontaneous Patch Formation in the Gulf of Finland."
28/5/2014 - IEEE/OES Baltic Symposium 2014, Tallinn, Estonia, "Automated detection of crossing seas from simulated wave spectra."
26/5/2014 - IEEE/OES Baltic Symposium 2014, Tallinn, Estonia, "On the possibility of spontaneous patch formation in the Gulf of Finland."
12/5/2014 - BALTEX Climate Change - The Environmental and socio-economic response in the southern Baltic region Conference, Szczecin, Poland, "Highly persisting patch formation areas and their interannual variability in the Gulf of Finland, the Baltic Sea."
2/10/2013 - Institute of Cybernetics, Tallinn, Estonia, Introduction to computer programming 1 (8 Lectures)
10/30/2012 - The QTRAC and the Baltic Wave Visualization Environments - Institute of Cybernetics at Tallinn University of Technology
10/19/2012 - 6th International Student Conference on Aquatic Environmental Research, Palanga, Lithuania, "Compressibility of surface currents patterns analysis in the Gulf of Finland, the Baltic Sea"
July 2012 - Member of organizing team of SGP 2012 Conference in Tallinn (Website)
4/13/2012 - IEEE OES Baltic International Symposium 2012, Klaipeda, Lithuania, "On the compressibility of surface currents in the Gulf of Finland, the Baltic Sea"
8/23/2011 - BSSC Baltic Sea Science Congress 2011, St. Petersburg, Russia, "Compressibility of the surface currents created by nonlinear waves"
6/7/2011 - Institute of Cybernetics, Tallinn, Estonia, Compressibility of the surface currents created by nonlinear waves, an introduction
4/15/2010 - MsC dissertation, Institute of Cybernetics, Tallinn, Estonia, 3D Stereoscopic visualization of large terascale datasets