2011 - Fellow of American Geophysical Union (AGU)
His primary areas of investigation include Hydrology, Aquifer, Pore water pressure, Subsidence and Finite element method. Giuseppe Gambolati interconnects Structural basin, Settlement, Levelling and Interpolation in the investigation of issues within Hydrology. Aquifer is a subfield of Groundwater that he explores.
His Pore water pressure study is concerned with the field of Geotechnical engineering as a whole. He has included themes like Mathematical optimization, Conjugate gradient method, Applied mathematics, Discretization and Cholesky decomposition in his Finite element method study. His Applied mathematics research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Preconditioner and System of linear equations.
His primary scientific interests are in Finite element method, Aquifer, Hydrology, Geotechnical engineering and Applied mathematics. Giuseppe Gambolati combines subjects such as Conjugate gradient method, Iterative method, Mathematical optimization, Preconditioner and Eigenvalues and eigenvectors with his study of Finite element method. His Aquifer study introduces a deeper knowledge of Groundwater.
His studies in Hydrology integrate themes in fields like Peat and Structural basin, Subsidence. The Geotechnical engineering study combines topics in areas such as Mechanics and Compressibility. The study incorporates disciplines such as Rate of convergence, Sparse matrix and Consolidation in addition to Applied mathematics.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Geotechnical engineering, Preconditioner, Aquifer, Finite element method and Soil science. His work deals with themes such as Smoothing, Sedimentary basin and Constitutive equation, which intersect with Geotechnical engineering. His study in Preconditioner is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Positive-definite matrix and Parallel computing.
Giuseppe Gambolati is doing genetic studies as part of his Groundwater and Hydrology and Aquifer investigations. His work carried out in the field of Finite element method brings together such families of science as Convection, Consolidation, Poromechanics and Heat transfer. His Soil science study combines topics in areas such as Effective stress, Compressibility, Porous medium, Seismology and Data assimilation.
Giuseppe Gambolati spends much of his time researching Geotechnical engineering, Pore water pressure, Transverse isotropy, Soil science and Geomechanics. Giuseppe Gambolati combines Geotechnical engineering and Natural gas field in his research. His Pore water pressure research is included under the broader classification of Hydrology.
His Soil science study incorporates themes from Displacement, Data assimilation and Porous medium. His research integrates issues of Hydraulic fracturing, Caprock, Petroleum engineering, Submarine pipeline and Petrophysics in his study of Geomechanics. To a larger extent, Giuseppe Gambolati studies Groundwater with the aim of understanding Aquifer.
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Mathematical simulation of the subsidence of Venice: 1. Theory
G. Gambolati;R. Allan Freeze.
Water Resources Research (1973)
Groundwater pumping and land subsidence in the Emilia‐Romagna coastland, Italy: Modeling the past occurrence and the future trend
P. Teatini;M. Ferronato;G. Gambolati;M. Gonella.
Water Resources Research (2006)
A century of land subsidence in Ravenna, Italy
Pietro Teatini;Massimiliano Ferronato;Giuseppe Gambolati;W. Bertoni.
Environmental Earth Sciences (2005)
A fully coupled 3-D mixed finite element model of Biot consolidation
Massimiliano Ferronato;Nicola Castelletto;Giuseppe Gambolati.
Journal of Computational Physics (2010)
Groundwater contour mapping in Venice by stochastic interpolators: 1. Theory
Giuseppe Gambolati;Giampiero Volpi.
Water Resources Research (1979)
Mathematical simulation of the subsidence of Venice: 2. Results
Giuseppe Gambolati;Paolo Gatto;R. Allan Freeze.
Water Resources Research (1974)
Coupled and partially coupled Eulerian‐Lagrangian Model of freshwater‐seawater mixing
G. Galeati;G. Gambolati;Shlomo P Neuman.
Water Resources Research (1992)
Mathematical Simulation of the Subsidence of Ravenna
Giuseppe Gambolati;Giuseppe Ricceri;Werter Bertoni;Giovanni Brighenti.
Water Resources Research (1991)
Geomechanical response to seasonal gas storage in depleted reservoirs: A case study in the Po River basin, Italy
P. Teatini;N. Castelletto;M. Ferronato;G. Gambolati.
Journal of Geophysical Research (2011)
Importance of poroelastic coupling in dynamically active aquifers of the Po river basin, Italy
Giuseppe Gambolati;Pietro Teatini;Domenico Baú;Massimiliano Ferronato.
Water Resources Research (2000)
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