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     Date Submitted:06-09-2011
     Last Modified:10-09-2011 (07:37)
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     Current job:PhD student
     Employment Term:Temp/Contract
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:
     Industry:Civil Agencies/International Organizations
     Keywordscompetent, intuitive, self-motivated, reliable, well-organized
    CV

    EDUCATION

    1st Level (Bachelor) degree (Sept. 2001 - Jan. 2005)

    Telecommunications Engineering from the Università degli studi del Sannio Benevento Italy

    Final Score:110/110 magna cum Laude

    Thesis title: “A statistical characterization of Vegetation Index based on Principal Component Analysis”

    Thesis Advisor: Prof. Carmela Galdi (Univ. Sannio)

    Internship:Mediterranean Agency for Remote Sensing and Environmental Control (MARSEC) at Benevento, ITALY

     

     

    2nd Level (Master) degree (Nov. 2004 - Oct. 2007)

    Telecommunications Engineering from the Università degli studi del Sannio Benevento Italy

    Final Score:110/110 magna cum Laude

    Thesis title: “Global Navigation Satellite System Reflectometry from the UK-DMC Satellite for Remote Sensing of the Ocean Surface”

    Thesis Advisor:  Dr. Christine Gommenginger (NOC),Prof. Carmela Galdi (Univ. Sannio)

    Internship:National Oceanography Centre (NOC), Southampton, UK

     

    Philosophy Doctorate (PhD) (Apr. 2008 - Present)

    Oceanography/Remote Sensingfrom the School of Ocean and Earth Science (SOES), University of Southampton, UK

    PhD title: “Investigating the effects of ocean waves on GNSS-R microwave remote sensing measurements.”

    PhD Supervisors:  Dr. Christine Gommenginger (NOC), Prof. Meric Srokosz (NOC), Prof. Maurizio di Bisceglie (Univ. Sannio) Prof. Carmela Galdi (Univ. Sannio)

    Internship:National Oceanography Centre (NOC), Southampton, UK

     

     

    Other Schools/Stages

    Preliminary English Test (PET)(1999)

    Test Score: Pass

     

    First Certificate in English Language (FCE)(2000)

    Test Score: C

     

    Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL)(2008)

    Test Score: 113/120

     

     

    WORK EXPERIENCE

     

    Oct. – Nov. 2009: Demonstrator in the SOES 3042 “Computational Data Analysis for Geophysicists and Ocean Scientists” Module at NOC, for help and assistance to MATLAB practicals in the lab.

    Apr. – May. 2010: Demonstrator in the SOES 6026 “Radar Remote Sensing of the Oceans” Module at NOC, for help and assistance to MATLAB and Bilko practicals in the lab.

    May 2010: Lecture on “Innovative Techniques for Ocean Remote Sensing: GNSS-R”  within the SOES 6026 “Radar Remote Sensing of the Oceans” Module.

     

     

    GRANTS & FELLOWSHIPS

     

    Grants

    Visitor to National Oceanography Centre, Southampton from June 2007 to September 2007, working on the Master's thesis (Supervisor: Dr. Christine Gommenginger)

    Fellowships

    Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship (SURF) at California Institute of Technology (Caltech), Pasadena, from July 2005 to October 2005, working on the LIGO Project (Laser Interferometer Gravitational Wave Observatory), studying and designing a wireless optical control of a stepper motor (Mentor: Dr. Riccardo DeSalvo)

     

    SKILLS & QUALIFICATIONS

    Languages

    Italian (mother tongue), English (very good).

    Computer Skills

    Ms Windows & Office (competent), Mac (competent)

    Matlab (competent), Unix (good), C/C++ (basic), Labview (basic), Mathematica (basic)

     

     

    AWARDS

    IEEE GRSS Prize winner for the best Bachelor thesis project in Remote Sensing, 2006.

     

    REFEREED PAPERS

     

    Geophysical Research Letters, 2009

    Clarizia, M. P., C. P. Gommenginger, S. T. Gleason, M. A. Srokosz, C. Galdi, and M. Di Bisceglie (2009), “Analysis of GNSS-R delay-Doppler maps from the UK-DMC satellite over the ocean”, Geophys. Res. Lett., 36, L02608, doi:10.1029/2008GL036292.

     

    IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing, 2011 (accepted for publication)

    Clarizia, M. P., C. Gommenginger, M. Di Bisceglie, C. Galdi and M. Srokosz (2011), “Simulation of L-Band bistatic returns from the ocean surface: a facet approach with application to ocean GNSS-Reflectometry”.

     

     

    NON-REFEREED PAPERS

     

    Proceedings of IGARSS 2008

    Clarizia, M.P.; Gommenginger, C.; Gleason, S.; Galdi, C.; Unwin, M., “Global Navigation Satellite System-Reflectometry (GNSS-R) from the UK-DMC Satellite for Remote Sensing of the Ocean Surface”, in Proceedings of IGARSS 2008, Volume 1, 7-11 July 2008 Page(s):276 – 279

     

    Proceedings of IGARSS 2009

    Clarizia, M.P., Di Bisceglie M., Galdi C., Gommenginger C., Srokosz M., “Simulation of GNSS-R Returns for Delay-Doppler Analysis of the Ocean Surface” , in Proceedings of IGARSS 2009, Volume 2, 11-17 July 2008 Page(s):182 – 185

    Clarizia, M.P., Di Bisceglie M., Galdi C., Gommenginger C., Landi L. “Delay Super Resolution for GNSS-R” , in Proceedings of IGARSS 2009, Volume 5, 11-17 July 2008 Page(s):134 – 137

     

     

    CONTRIBUTION TO CONFERENCES

    2006 IEEE GOLD Conference, Bari, Italy (Dec. 2006)

    Clarizia, M.P.; Galdi C., Di Bisceglie M., “A Statistical Characterization of the Vegetation Index, based on Principal Component Analysis” (oral presentation presented by myself)

     

    EGU 2008, Vienna, Austria (Apr. 2008)

    Clarizia, M.P.; Gommenginger, C.; Gleason, S.; Galdi, C.; Unwin, M., “Global Navigation Satellite System-Reflectometry (GNSS-R) from the UK-DMC Satellite for Remote Sensing of the Ocean Surface” (poster presented by C. Gommenginger)

     

    IGARSS ‘08, Boston, MA (July 2008)

    Clarizia, M.P.; Gommenginger, C.; Gleason, S.; Galdi, C.; Unwin, M., “Global Navigation Satellite System-Reflectometry (GNSS-R) from the UK-DMC Satellite for Remote Sensing of the Ocean Surface” (oral presentation presented by myself)

     

    GNSS-R Workshop ‘08, ESA Estec, Noordwijk, NL (Oct. 2008)

    Clarizia, M.P.; Gommenginger, C.; Gleason, S.; Galdi, C.; Unwin, M., “Global Navigation Satellite System-Reflectometry (GNSS-R) from the UK-DMC Satellite for Remote Sensing of the Ocean Surface” (oral presentation presented by myself)

     

    IGARSS ‘09,  Cape Town, South Africa (July 2009)

    Clarizia, M.P., Di Bisceglie M., Galdi C., Gommenginger C., Srokosz M., “Simulation of GNSS-R Returns for Delay-Doppler Analysis of the Ocean Surface” (oral presentation presented by myself)

     

    OceanObs ’09, Venice, Italy (Sept. 2009)

    Gommenginger, C.; Clarizia, M.P., Unwin M., “Towards long-term sustainable observations of ocean wind and waves with GNSS signals of opportunity” (poster presented by C. Gommenginger)

     

    IGARSS ‘10,  Honolulu, Hawaii, USA (July 2010)

    Clarizia, M.P., Di Bisceglie M., Galdi C., Gommenginger C., Srokosz M., “A Numerical Study on the Influence of Ocean Surface Waves on GPS-Reflected Signals” (oral presentation presented by C. Galdi)

     

    ESA Living Planet Symposium, Bergen, Norway (July 2010)

    Clarizia, M.P., Di Bisceglie M., Galdi C., Gommenginger C., Srokosz M.,

    What do reflected GPS signals tell us about the ocean waves? A numerical study (poster presented by myself)

     

    GNSS-R Workshop ‘10, University of Catalonia (UPC), Barcelona, Spain (Oct. 2010)

    Clarizia, M.P., Di Bisceglie M., Galdi C., Gommenginger C., Srokosz M.,

    What do reflected GPS signals tell us about the ocean waves? A numerical study (oral presentation presented by C. Galdi)

     

     

     

    SEMINARS

     

    Wireless optical controls of LIGO static suspensions actuators (Oct. 2005)

    Seminar given at California Institute of Technology (Caltech), Pasadena CA

     

    A Statistical Characterization of the Vegetation Index, based on Principal Component Analysis (Dec. 2006)

    Seminar given at the IEEE Gold Conference, Politecnico di Bari, ITALY

     

    Global Navigation Satellite System Reflectometry (GNSS-R) from the UK-DMC Satellite for Remote Sensing of the Ocean Surface (Sept. 2007)

    Final Presentation for Master’s thesis, given at NOC

     

    Effects of Wave Breaking on Radar Return Echoes (May 2008)

    Presentation for SOES “Radar Remote Sensing of the Ocean” Module, given at NOC

     

    Investigating the Effects of Ocean Waves on GNSS-R Measurements (May 2009)

    Talk for Poet’s Corner, given at NOC

     

    What do Ocean Reflected GPS Signals tell us about Ocean Waves?
    An Experimental and Numerical Study (Dec. 2009)

    Mphil/PhD upgrade talk, given at NOC

     

    Innovative Techniques for Ocean Remote Sensing: GNSS-R (May 2010)

    Lecture for SOES “Radar Remote Sensing of the Ocean” module, given at NOC

     

     

    REFERENCES

     

    Dr. Christine Gommenginger,

    National Oceanography Centre (NOC), European Way Southampton SO14 3ZH,

    email: cg1(at)noc.ac.uk

     

    Prof. Maurizio Di Bisceglie,

    Università degli Studi del Sannio, Piazza Roma 82100 Benevento Italy

    email: dibisceg(at)unisannio.it


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