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     Date Submitted:18-01-2011
     Last Modified:31-03-2011 (03:00)
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     Current job:Remote Sensing expert
     Employment Term:Temp/Contract
     Job location:Own country
     Date available:within a month
     Industry:Civil Agencies/International Organizations
     KeywordsRemote Sensing, SAR Interferometry, GIS
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    PERSONAL DETAILS

    Nationality: italian

    Date of birth: January 2, 1981

    Place of birth: Rome (Italy)

     

    PRESENT POSITION

    Scientific programmer at European Commission – Joint Research Centre (IES, Institute for Environment and Sustainability.

    Development of a prototype of the European Drought Observatory (EDO) to support the regular production of continental-scale drought information from meteorological, hydrological, remote sensing (MODIS and MERIS) data. The activity consists in the optimization of processing chain by the developing of bash scripts and IDL and R routines, in the developing of interfaces to access to database of meteorological and remote sensing data, in the realization of test procedures for the processing chain, in the production of documentation of the implemented algorithms and in the support to research activity linked to use of different sources of data.

     

    WORK EXPERIENCE

    • Research assistant at Environmental Engineering Faculty of University of Rome “Sapienza“ (February 2010 – December 2010).

     Coherence enhancement methods for differential SAR interferograms. The activity consists in the scientific formulation of optimized kriging interpolation algorithms and in the implementation of routines in IDL language. The work is realized with the collaboration of IREA-CNR of Naples (Dott. Riccardo Lanari).

    • Research fellow at Geophysics Section of Earth Sciences Faculty of University of Milan (April 2007 – January 2010).

     Spaceborne radar interferometry applied to the study of seismic areas, in the ambit of the SISMA project of ASI (Agenzia Spaziale Italiana). The work consists into the development, following a V model software life cycle, of an optimized processing chain, constituted by C routines and bash scripts, to compute displacement maps from differential SAR interferograms. The realized activities are: definition of the algorithm design of the routines, implementation of the code, individuation of validation strategies, execution of tests and coordination of project milestones.

    • Tutor of Geographic Information Systems class at Earth Sciences Faculty of University of Milan (March, 2009 – January, 2010).

     Practises for the students, based on the use of open source GIS tools to manage spatial data.

    • Research assistant at Environmental Engineering faculty of University of Rome “Sapienza“ (September, 2006 – March, 2007).

     Deformation monitoring of volcanic areas. The work is based in the development of statistical models to integrate different types of measurements (DInSAR, GPS, high precision levelling) and in the implementation of routines in C and Matlab language.

    Other works during university period

    • 1999-2007: swimming instructor in Barracuda pool of Velletri (Roma)
    • 2005-2006: teacher of Informatics and Electrophysicsin Professional Institute of Aesthetics of Velletri
    • 1995-2005: writer for the local newspaper “Il Cittadino” (Velletri)
    • 2000: assistant “5° Censimento Generale dell’Agricoltura (ISTAT) for the Comune of Velletri

    EDUCATION

    • 2011 - PhD inInfrastructures and Transports – Geodesy and Geomatic Area  –  Sapienza University of Rome

    Thesis topic: New advances in spaceborne radar interferometry: seismic area analysis and coherence enhancement methods.

    Tutor: Prof. Mattia Giovanni Crespi, Co-tutor: Ing. Riccardo Lanari

    • 2006 - Master’s Degree in Environmental Engineering (Curriculum Earth Defence) - Sapienza University of Rome

    Mark: 110/110 e lode

    Thesis topic: deformation monitoring with Bayesian analysis, study of Colli Albani volcanic complex (Rome, Italy)

    Tutor: Mattia Giovanni Crespi – Co-tutor: Ing lucia Luzietti, Dott. Federica Riguzzi

    • 2004 - Bachelor’s Degree in Environmental Engineering - Sapienza Universtity of Rome

    Mark: 104/110

    Thesis topic: DEM extraction from IKONOS stereo images, study of Pozzuoli area (Naples, Italy)

    Tutor: Mattia Giovanni Crespi – Co-tutor: Dott. Valerio Baiocchi

    • 1999 High School certificate in sciences (Liceo Scientifico Ascanio Landi – Velletri (RM))

           Mark: 100/100

     

    TRAINING

    • Selected by CV for First European Short Course on Repeat Orbit Interferometry PACkage (ROI_PAC) – Napoli (14.17/09/2009).
    • Selected by CV for Advanced Training Course on Land Remote Sensing – European Space Agency, Praga (28/06/2009-03/07/2009)
    • “GIS Ambiente e territorio” training, Politecnico di Milano, sede di Cremona (3-4/09/2008).
    • SAR, Interferometry technique and DIAPASON training, Altamira Information, Barcelona (18–20/07/2007).
    • Software R training, Facoltà di Scienze Statistiche – Università “Sapienza” di Roma (26-28/02/2007).

     

    RELEVANT SKILLS

    Language skills

    English (good level)

    Spanish (elementary level)

    Computer skills

    • Operating Systems: Windows XP, Linux Fedora
    • Programming languages: C,  Bash, Matlab, IDL, Fortran, SQL
    • Software: Arcgis Desktop 9.0,  Autocad , ILWIS 3.3, ENVI 4.3, GMT, Cygwin, DIAPASON, Microsoft Office, Adobe Acrobat 6.0, WinRAR, Surfer

     

    ADDITIONAL INFORMATIONS

    Inscription to the engineering national register, 2007

    A Class, Civil - Environmental, n° A27943

     

    PUBLICATIONS

    2009

    • Roberto Sabadini, Abdelkrim Aoudia, Riccardo Barzaghi, Bruno Crippa, Anna Maria Marotta, Alessandra Borghi, Letizia Cannizzaro, Laura Calcagni, Giorgio Dalla Via, Grazia Rossi, Raffaele Splendore, Michele Crosetto (2009). First evidences of fast creeping on a long-lasting quiescent earthquake normal-fault in the Mediterranean. Geophisical Journal International,179, 720–732.
    • R. Sabadini. A. Aoudia, R. Barzagni, B. Crippa, A. M. Marotta, A. Borghi, L. Cannizzaro, L. Calcagni, G. Dalla Via, G. Rossi, R. Splendore (2009). Evidences of normal-fault fast creeping in the Mediterranean and stress built up. 28° Convegno Nazionale GNGTS, Trieste 16-19 novembre 2009
    • R. Sabadini, A. Aoudia, R. Barzaghi, B. Crippa, A.M. Marotta, A. Borghi, L. Cannizzaro, L. Calcagni, G. Dalla Via, G. Rossi and R. Splendore (2009). First Evidences of Normal-Fault Fast Creeping in the Mediterranean. European Geosciences Union General Assembly, Vienna 19-24 aprile 2009.
    • B. Crippa, L. Calcagni, G. Rossi, and P. Sternai (2009). Advanced Differential Radar Interferometry (A-DInSAR) as integrative tool for a structural geological analysis. European Geosciences Union General Assembly, Vienna 19-24 aprile 2009.
    • P. Sternai, L. Calcagni, and B. Crippa (2009). Interferometric Techniques Apply to Gemona (Friuli-Italy) Area as Tool for Structural Analysis. European Geosciences Union General Assembly, Vienna 19-24 aprile 2009.

    2008

    • Rossi G., Calcagni L., Sternai P., Crippa B. (2008).Due Differenti Approcci Per L'analisi Degli Spostamenti Verticali Mediante Tecnica DInSAR. 27° Convegno Nazionale GNGTS, Trieste 6-8 ottobre 2008.
    • Rossi G., Calcagni L., Sternai P., Crippa B. (2008). Primi risultati nell’analisi degli spostamenti verticali nella zona di Gemona mediante tecnica DInSAR  84° Congresso Nazionale Società Geologica Italiana, Sassari 15 – 17 settembre 2008.

    2007

    • Crosetto M., Monserrat O., Muniganti P., Sawicka M., Rossi G., Calcagni L., Crippa B. (2007). A 2+1D phase unwrapping for advanced DInSAR data processing. Fringe 2007, Frascati (Italy), 26-30 november 2007.
    • L. Calcagni, M. Crespi, L. Luzietti (2007). Study of deformations with numeric of deformations with numeric modelling to integrate different measurement techniques. Atti del 16° DRT, Milano-Oropa (Italy), ottobre 2007.
    • F. Riguzzi, Working Group R. U. 8 Project V3 – 1 C. A. (2007). Modeling Deformation of the Colli Albani Volcanic area by integration of different geodetic techniques. Atti del XXIV IUGG, Perugia (Italy), luglio 2007.

    2006

    • L. Calcagni, M. Crespi, L. Luzietti, F. Sansò (2006). Controllo delle deformazioni con approccio bayesiano: studio della frana di Roccaspinalveti. Atti della 10° Conferenza Nazionale ASITA, Bolzano, novembre 2006.
    • L. Calcagni, M. Crespi, L. Luzietti (2006). Data integration for deformation monitoring according to a Bayesian approach. University of Jaen (Spain), october 2006.

    2004

    - V. Baiocchi, L. Calcagni, M. Crespi, G. Iannucci (2004). Estrazione di DEM da stereocoppie IKONOS: metodologia, problemi e valutazione della qualita' dei prodotti. Atti della 8a Conferenza Nazionale ASITA, Roma, dicembre 2004.


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