Antonio Capponi

Marie Curie Early Stage Researcher, PhD student

Research Overview

The focus of my research is to investigate the dynamics of multiphase conduit flows in order to improve our understanding of seismic and acoustic signals created by gas transport in magmatic systems, with particular emphasis on Strombolian eruptions. Stromboli will be used as a natural laboratory because of the high quality and large quantity of field data available and observations gathered by laboratory and numerical approaches.

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Rheology contrast in the shallow conduit and eruption dynamics at Stromboli: insights from analogue experiments
Capponi, A., Lane, S., James, M. 03/2014
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Cyclicity in slug-driven basaltic eruptions: insights from large-scale analogue experiments
Llewellin, E., Del Bello, E., Lane, S., Capponi, A., Mathias, S., Taddeucci, J. 2013
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Cyclicity in slug-driven basaltic eruptions: insights from large-scale analogue experiments
Llewellin, E., Del Bello, E., Capponi, A., Lane, S., Mathias, S., Taddeucci, J., James, M. 2013
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Physical parameterization of Strombolian eruptions via experimentally-validated modeling of high-speed observations
Taddeucci, J., Alatorre-Ibarguengoitia, M., Moroni, M., Tornetta, L., Capponi, A., Scarlato, P., Dingwell, D., De Rita, D. 23/08/2012 In: Geophysical Research Letters. 39, 16, 6 p.
Journal article

Parameterizing the Dynamics of Strombolian Eruptions through High-Speed Video Analysis
Capponi, A., Palladino, D.M., Taddeucci, J., Scarlato, P. 2011 In: Acta Vulcanologica. 23, 1-2, p. 11-16. 6 p.
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