A short presentation of yourself:
Full professor in Palaeontology in the Department of Mathematics and Geosciences of the University of Trieste since 2000. He is Director of the National Museum of Antarctica section of the University of Trieste since 2008. His scientific work is included in more than 170 scientific papers in Italian and foreign magazines. His main fields of research are: systematics, ecology, palaeoecology and biogeography of Quaternary microfaunas in Mediterranean and extra- Mediterranean areas (Red Sea, Gulf of Thailand, the Southern Ocean and Antarctic and periantarctic areas) biostratigraphy and palaeoecology of the Cretaceous and Tertiary sequences of the Karst region; applications palaeontology in the fields of environmental monitoring, archaeology and cultural tourism. He is active in the divulgation activity of the National Museum of Antarctica. Now, he is working on the Roman-Bizantinr Elaiusse Sebaste (Turkey) to highlight the events that cause the burial and decline of the harbours.