ENRICO de LILLO
Graduated in Agriculture (1985), attained the PhD in Agricultural Entomology (1989). Assistant Professor (1990) and then of Associate Professor (2002) for the Entomological and Zoological disciplines at the Faculty of Agriculture, University of Bari. Currently qualified as Full Professor in Applied Entomology.
His academic teaching has regarded disciplines related to Agricultural and Forestry Entomology, Acarology and Zoology.
His scientific research activity is demonstrated with about 180 papers published in national and international Journals (42 of them are on ISI journals since 2001), Proceedings of national and international meetings, chapters in books. The research concerned entomological (morphology, biology, behaviour and control of Capnodis tenebrionis; pine processionary), acarological (functional morphology of mites of economic interest; taxonomy, biology, behaviour and control of eriophyids) and zoological (ecotoxicological studies related to heavy metals and organic xenobiotics) topics.
Activity in POnTE: Vector control