edit   help   search   log in/out

Dr. Tommaso Alberti

Tommaso Alberti

Post-PhD
Istituto di Astrofisica e Planetologia Spaziali
via del Fosso del Cavaliere, 100
00133 Rome
Italy

  ...

  ECN Member

Expertise & Interests

PAGES interests        ECN, CVAS - Climate Variability Across Scales
 
Topics        Climate dynamics, Climate variability, Statistical analysis
Timescales        Anthropocene (last 100 years), Future projection, Holocene, Last glacial cycle, Pleistocene
Regions        Antarctic region, Arctic, Europe, Global
Sector        Academia / Education, Data management, Research
Discipline        Modeling, (Paleo)climatology, Statistics
Computers        Analyseries, LaTex, Matlab, Modeling, Python, R, Unix

 

Publications

1. T. Alberti, F. Lepreti, A. Vecchio, E. Bevacqua, V. Capparelli, and V. Carbone: “Natural periodicities and Northern Hemisphere-Southern Hemisphere connection of fast temperature changes during the last
glacial period: EPICA and NGRIP revisited”, Climate of the Past, 10, 1751-1762, doi:10,5194/cp-10-1751-2014, 2014.

2. T. Alberti, L. Primavera, A. Vecchio, F. Lepreti, and V. Carbone: “Spatial interactions in a modified Daisyworld model: heat diffusivity and greenhouse effects”, Physical Review E, 92, 052717, doi:http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevE.92.052717, 2015.

3. T. Alberti, M. Piersanti, A. Vecchio, P. De Michelis, F. Lepreti, V. Carbone, and L. Primavera: “Identification of the different magnetic field contributions during a geomagnetic storm in magnetospheric and ground observations”, Annales Geophysicae, 34, 1069-1084, doi:10.5194/angeo-34-1-2016, 2016.

4. A. Vecchio, F. Lepreti, M. Laurenza, T. Alberti and V. Carbone: “Connection between solar activity cycles and grand minima generation”, Astronomy & Astrophysics, 599, A58, doi:https://doi.org/10.1051/0004-6361/201629758, 2017.

5. T. Alberti, M. Laurenza, E.W. Cliver, M. Storini, G. Consolini, and F. Lepreti:
“Solar activity from 2006-2014 and short-term forecasts of solar proton events using the ESPERTA model”, The Astrophysical Journal, 838, 59, 2017.

6. T. Alberti, G. Consolini, F. Lepreti, M. Laurenza, A. Vecchio, and V. Carbone: “Timescale separation in the solar wind-magnetosphere coupling
during St. Patrick’s Day storms in 2013 and 2015”, Journal of Geophysical Research, Special Issue on “Geospace system responses to the St. Patrick’s Day storms in 2013 and 2015”, 122, 4266-4283, doi:10.1002/2016JA023175, 2017.

7. T. Alberti, V. Carbone, F. Lepreti, and A. Vecchio: “Comparative climates of TRAPPIST-1 planetary system: results from a simple climate-vegetation model”, The Astrophysical Journal, 844, 19, 2017.

8. M. Piersanti, C. Cesaroni, L. Spogli, and T. Alberti: “Does TEC react to a sudden impulse as a whole? The 2015 Saint Patrick’s day Storm event”, Advances in Space Research, 60, 1807-1816, http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.asr.2017.01.021, 2017.

9. G. Consolini, T. Alberti, E. Yordanova, M.F. Marcucci, and M. Echim: “A Hilbert-Huang transform approach to space plasma turbulence at kinetic scales”, Journal of Physics: Conference Series, 900, 012003, 2017.

10. M. Piersanti, T. Alberti, et al.: “Comprehensive analysis of the Geoeffective Solar Event of June 21, 2015: Effects on the Magnetosphere, Plasmasphere and Ionosphere Systems”, Solar Physics, 292, 169, https://doi.org/10.1007/s11207-017-1186-0, 2017.

11. M. Laurenza, T. Alberti, and E.W. Cliver: “A Short-term ESPERTA-based Forecast Tool for Moderate-to-extreme Solar Proton Events”, The Astrophysical Journal, 857, 107, 2018.

12. F. Carbone, L. Sorriso-Valvo, T. Alberti et al.: “Arbitrary-order Hilbert spectral analysis and intermittency in solar wind density fluctuations”, The Astrophysical Journal, 859, 27, 2018.

13. T. Alberti, F. Lepreti, A. Vecchio, and V. Carbone: “On the stability of a climate model for an Earth-like planet with land-ocean coverage”, Journal of Physics Communications, 2, 065018, 2018.

14. S. Lotti et al.: “Soft proton flux on ATHENA focal plane and its impact on
magnetic diverter design”, Experimental Astronomy, 45, 411, 2018.

15. G. Consolini, T. Alberti, and P. De Michelis: “On the Forecast Horizon of Magnetospheric Dynamics: A Scale-to-Scale Approach”, Journal of Geophysical Research, 123, 9065-9077, doi: 10.1029/2018JA025952, 2018.

16. T. Alberti: “Multivariate Empirical Mode Decomposition analysis of Swarm data”, Il Nuovo Cimento (invited contribution), 41 C, 113, 2018.

17. T. Alberti, G. Consolini, P. De Michelis, M. Laurenza, and M. F. Marcucci: “On fast and slow Earth’s magnetospheric dynamics during geomagnetic storms: a stochastic Langevin approach”, Journal of Space Weather and Space Climate, 8, A56, 2018.

18. M. Laurenza, T. Alberti, et al.: “Estimation of the Particle Radiation Environment at the L1 Point and in Near-Earth Space”, The Astrophysical Journal, 873, 112, 2019.

19. T. Alberti, G. Consolini, V. Carbone, E. Yordanova, M. F. Marcucci, and P. De Michelis: “Multifractal and chaotic properties of solar wind at MHD and
kinetic domains: an Empirical Mode Decomposition approach”, Entropy, 21, 320, 2019.

20. A. Vecchio, F. Lepreti, M. Laurenza, V. Carbone, and T. Alberti: “Solar activity cycles and grand minima occurrence”, Il Nuovo Cimento, 42 C, 15, 2019.

21. T. Alberti, M. Laurenza, and E. W. Cliver: “Forecasting solar proton events by using the ESPERTA model”, Il Nuovo Cimento, 42 C, 40, 2019.

22. M. Laurenza, T. Alberti, et al.: “Assessment of the particle radiation environment at L1 and near-Earth space”, Il Nuovo Cimento, 42 C, 41, 2019.