PhD student in Forest Ecology
Vincenzo Saponaro has a master in Ecobiology at the University of Rome (la Sapienza). He worked at the Department of Agriculture, Food and Environment (DAFE) of the Univerisity of Pisa in a project focused mostly on advancing the concept of hyperspectral phenotyping of plant stress, across a range of plant species and over a variety of stressors. Currently is a PhD student in Forest Ecology at the University of Tuscia (Viterbo) and at the Institute for Agricultural and Forestry Systems in the Mediterranean (ISAFOM-CNR) of Perugia to study the interactions between atmospheric ozone concentration and primary productivity exacerbate by climate change and to quantify potential damage to vegetation across Europe. He is fascinated by science and its power, he fights for Nature and Human Rights.