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     Date Submitted:19-12-2014
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     Current job:Geologist and remote sensing analyst
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     Date available:immediately
     Industry:Consulting/Engineering Services
     KeywordsGeologist and remote sensing analyst
    CV

    DATE AND PLACE OF BIRTH: August 31, 1979, Rossano (CS),Italy

     

    ACADEMIC AND  TRAINING BACKGROUND

    ·         (February 2014 - June 2014) Training entrepreneurial InnovActionLab.

    ·         (October 2009 - December 2013) Master in Geological Sciences from the Universityof Studies of Bari (Italy), with vote 103/110 and curriculum about land and geo-environmental resources management. Topic of thesis: Contribution of interferometric coherence to the delineation of flooded areas by COSMO-SkyMed images analysis.

    ·         (October 2008 - March 2009) post-graduate course: "Design and implementation of systems for the development and use of rainwater"(project IDRIA),held at the University of Salento (Italy),lasting 300 hours.

    ·         (June 2008) GIS and remote sensing course organized by the company Planetek Srl in Bari (Italy), lasting 40 hours.

    ·         (October 2007 - June 2008) Course autocad 2D and 3D, lasting 90 hours.

    ·         (July 2007) English Language Course, second level, held at the American Language Center in Abu Dhabi (United Arab Emirates), lasting 40 hours.

    ·         (1998/1999 - 2005/2006) Bachelor's Degree in Geology from the University of Studies of Bari. Curriculum: Resources lytic-mineral - Evaluation and qualification. Topic of thesis: Investigations on petrophysical dolomite rocks for ornamental purposes.

    ·         (1993/1994 - 1997-98 1994 - 1997-98) High School Diploma Science degree from the Liceo Scientifico di Rossano (CS, Italy) .

     

    FOREIGN LANGUAGE

    English. Fairly good knowledge, written and spoken.

     

    COMPUTER SKILLS

    Good use of the personal computer with appropriate knowledge of the operating system Windows 7 and XP and the main programs of the Microsoft Office package (Word, Excel, Power Point), good knowledge of Autocad 2D and 3D 2006 software, ENVI, SARscape and e-flood, basic knowledge of the software ArcGIS 9.2 and surfer 7 and the programming language "Fortran 77". Good knowledge of browser for internet browsing such as Internet Explorer andMozilla Firefox.

     

    PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

    ·         (September 2011 - April 2012) Internship, pre degree, held at the company e-GEOS (ASI/Telespazio) in Rome, during which I learned techniques for the delineation of flooded areas using COSMO-SkyMed images analysis. I have evaluated the contribution of the interferometric coherence for a more precise definition of the flooded areas. Software used: e-flood and SARscape operating in ENVI and ArcGIS environment.

    ·         (October 2009) Participation to Ecomondo fair of Rimini (Italy) (as part of the group IDRIA), with construction and the elaborate Power Point presentation entitled "water – environmental assumptions redevelopment projects of the municipal park of Corato".

    ·         (2009) Activitiesaccompanying the project IDRIA: "experimental site" for the realization of a project of a tank and its water system for the collection of rainwater to be used for the water supply of the green city park of Corato, Bari, Italy.

    ·         (2008) Practice at the office of the geologist, Pirulli Pasquale (Turi), in order to learn techniques of geological and geophysical surveys.

    ·         (June 2008 - October 2008) Stage "FIXO"to the Apulia Region Office of Civil Engineers Public Works. During this internship I have viewed geological reports concerning municipal subdivisions and prepared, under the supervision of the engineer in charge, the opinions regarding the compatibility of the proposed project with the geomorphological conditions of the area concerned, according to the DPR n ° 380 / '01 art. 89. I also learned technical standards on seismic and construction in general. Lasting: 360 hours.

    ·         (November2007 - April 2008) Internship done at Tecnorilievi snc Noci (Ba) during which I learned cartographic techniques, in urban areas, using Autocad 2D - 3D (data from GPS) and aerial photos, georeferencing mapping and I studied the basic operation of the georadar.

    ·         (2006) Internship, pre Bachelor's degree, performed at the Laboratory of Building Science - University of Salento (Italy) and at the laboratories IBAM(Institute of Architectural and Monumental Heritage) – CNR (National Research Center) of Lecce (Salento, Italy). During the internship, I conducted tests for the characterization of stone materials.

     

    PUBLICATIONS

    ·         Refice A, Capolongo D., A. Lepera, G. Pasquariello, Pietranera L., FOX, F., A. D'Addabbo, F. Bovenga - SAR and INSAR for flood monitoring: examples with COSMO/SkyMed data. IGARSS 2013.

    ·         Refice A., Pasquariello G., A. D'Addabbo, Bovenga F., F. Nutricato, Capolongo D., A. Lepera, Pietranera L., S. Manfreda, Cantisani A., A. Sole - Inundation monitoring through high -resolution SAR/InSAR data and 2D hydraulic simulations. Earsel 2013.

     

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