Dr Francesco Giuntoli

Dr Francesco Giuntoli

School of Geography, Earth and Environmental Sciences (Faculty of Science and Engineering)


Post-Doctoral Fellowship funded by the Swiss National Foundation "Early Postdoc Mobility". Research project: "Shearing, fluid-rock interaction and rheology of a deep crustal section of the Scandinavian Caledonides: the COSC-1 drill core".

Giuntoli F., Engi M. (2016) Internal geometry of the central Sesia Zone (Aosta Valley, Italy): HP tectonic assembly of continental slices. Swiss Journal of Geosciences, 1-27, DOI 10.1007/s00015-016-0225-4. Lanari P., Giuntoli F., Loury C., Burn M., and Engi M., (2016-in press): An inverse modeling approach to obtain P-T conditions of metamorphic stages involving garnet growth and resorption. European Journal of Mineralogy. Vitale Brovarone, A., Beltrando, M., Malavieille, J., Giuntoli, F., Tondella, E., Groppo, C., & Compagnoni, R. (2011). Inherited ocean–continent transition zones in deeply subducted terranes: insights from Alpine Corsica. Lithos, 124, 273-290. CONGRESS ABSTRACTS Giuntoli F., Lanari P., Engi M. (2015). Garnet cannibalism provides clues to extensive hydration of lower crustal fragments in a subduction channel (Sesia Zone, Northwestern Alps). Oral presentation. EGU 2015, Wien, Austria. Kunz B.-E., Manzotti P., Von Niederhäusern B., Burn M., Giuntoli F., Engi M. (2015). Permian high-temperature metamorphism in continental units of the Western Alps (Italy). Oral presentation. Variscan 2015, Rennes, France.