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    PERSONAL INFORMATION

    Sex Male | Date of birth 01/05/1974 | Nationality Italian

     

    PREFERRED JOB

    Research and Development in the field of Earth Observation

     

    WORK EXPERIENCE

     

    July 2011  →  Present

    October 2010 – March 2011

    Research Fellow

    Institute of Intelligent Systems for Automation - National Research Council of Italy (ISSIA-CNR), Via G. Amendola, 122/D, 70126, Bari, Italy, http://www.issia.cnr.it

     

    Main research activities:

     

    ▪  Design and development of algorithms aimed to retrieve high spatial resolution sea surface wind fields from satellite SAR data (SARWIND LG-Mod), in the framework of the project RITMARE (‘Ricerca Italiana per il MARE’), funded by CNR (National Research Council of Italy).

    ▪  Development of innovative SAR interferometric multi-frequency techniques (MCA, Multi-Chromatic Analysis) mainly devoted to infer absolute phase and height measurements on the ground, in the framework of the WiMCA project (‘A novel approach for Wide-Band SAR Interferometry’) extension, funded by the European Space Agency (ESA).

    ▪  Development of algorithms for multi-temporal and multi-frequency analyses of X-band interferometric SAR data, in the framework of the research program ‘Valutazione dei dati COSMO-SkyMed in applicazioni di radar-interferometria multi-temporale e multi-cromatica’, funded by the Italian Space Agency (ASI).

    ▪  Implementation of an interferometric SAR multi-temporal procedure for detection and analysis of Permanent Scatterers, in the framework of the contract between the ISSIA-CNR and the  Department ‘Interateneo di Fisica - M. Merlin’ of Bari.

    Business or sector   Scientific Research / Software Design

    July 2008 – September 2010

    Contract Researcher (at Department ‘Interateneo di Fisica - M. Merlin’)

     

    Geophysical Application Processing - GAP S.r.l., Via Amendola 173, 70126, Bari, Italy, http://www.gapsrl.eu

    Main research activities:

     

    ▪  Design and development (in Matlab environment and for Windows platform) of algorithms for ‘IfSAR-based’ geo-referencing to be used as backup to the navigation of a vehicle without a human pilot aboard (UAV/missile) in the case of errors/disturbs to the IMU/GPS system, in the framework of the project SARINA (SAR-based Augmented Integrity Navigation Architecture), funded by the European Defence Agency (EDA).

    ▪  Design and development (in Matlab environment and for Linux platform) of algorithms to optimize InSAR integrated procedures, in the framework of the master course TESTA(Tecnologie Satellitari per il Territorio e per l’Ambiente).

    ▪  Generation of deformation maps and detection of terrain slope instability by means of advanced SAR techniques based on satellite data exploitation: Definition of the test site in Daunia area and selection of X- and C-band SAR datasets;  Research and development of algorithms for X-band data processing; Generation of the output deformation maps at both C- and X- band; Cross-comparison and validation of the output maps; Integration of maps in a GIS system. All activities were conducted in the framework of the research project ‘FRANE PUGLIA’.

    ▪  Research and development (in Matlab environment) regarding the processing of X-band SAR data, in the framework of the ‘Test preliminare di elaborazione di coppie interferometriche acquisite dalla costellazione COSMO-SkyMed’.

    ▪  Research and development (in Matlab environment) of procedures to obtain new geocoded products, starting from actual SAR geocoding algorithms.

    ▪  Software development (in Matlab environment and for Linux platform) aimed at updating the InSAR chain SPINUA, used by the Remote Sensing group at the Department ‘Interateneo di Fisica - M. Merlin’ of Bari, and – in particular – the SAR geocoding algorithms of the processing chain, in the framework of the project ‘MORFEO (MOnitoraggio e Rischio da Frana mediante dati EO) - Protezione Civile dalle frane’.

    ▪  Design and development (in Matlab environment) of algorithms – based on advanced techniques for SAR geocoding – for high-precision PSC (Persistent Scatterer Candidates) localization, in the framework of the contract between the ISSIA-CNR of Bari and the ‘Autorità di Bacino‘ of the Puglia region.

    ▪  Review of methodologies for high-precision SAR forward and inverse geocoding.

     

    Business or sector   Scientific Research / Software Design

    December 2006 – August 2007

    IT Consultant(at  EDS - Electronic Data Systems - Italia S.p.A., Bitritto (BA), Italy)

     

    Mediatica S.p.A., Via Silvio D’Amico 40, 00145, Rome, Italy

    Monitoring of any anomalies or criticalness in the flow of data relating to managed servers and networks, and restoration of proper functionalities of systems by using dedicated software.

     

    Business or sector   IT Architectures, systems and services

     

    EDUCATION AND TRAINING

     

    January 2013 – December 2015

    Ph.D. in Electrical And Information Engineering - Thesis Title:  ’Exploitation of Satellite Synthetic Aperture Radar Data for Geophysical Parameters Retrieval over Land and Ocean’, 28th cycle - academic year 2012/2013

    Polytechnicof Bari, Via Amendola 126/B, 70126, Bari, Italy, http://www.poliba.it

     

    Main topics of the doctoral research:

     

    1.     MCA (Multi-Chromatic Analysis) technique, mainly devoted to infer absolute phase and height measurements from a wide-band SAR interferometric pair.

    2.     Sea surface wind field retrieval by means of a single SAR image acquired off-shore or in marine coastal area (SARWIND LG-Mod).

    July 2015

    IEEE Geoscience and Remote Sensing Society 2015 Summer School (GR4S) on ’Data Fusion for Risk Mapping

    Universityof Pavia (UniPV), Via Adolfo Ferrata 3,  27100, Pavia (PV), Italy

     

    Lecturers: F. Dell'Acqua (Associate Professor, UniPV), P. Gamba (Associate Professor, UniPV), A. Marinoni (Technician, UniPV), C. López-Martínez (Scientist, UPC - Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya, Barcelona, Spain), S. Atzori (Scientist, INGV - Geophysics and Volcanology National Institute, Rome, Italy), A. Taramelli (Associate Professor, IUSS University, Pavia, Italy), F. Zucca (Scientist, UniPV), F. Bovolo (Scientist, FondazioneBruno Kessler - FBK, Trento, Italy), Vitor Silva (Global Earthquake Model - GEM Foundation).

     

    Main Topic: The exploitation of remotely sensed data from different sources for purposes of mapping risk and its components, i.e. hazard, vulnerability, exposure, in a geospatial environment.

     

    Laboratory: QGIS open-source tools and environment for geospatial information handling. Exercises.

    June 2012

    Course on ’Parallel Computing with MATLAB’, delivered by MathWorks Training Services

    Institute of Intelligent Systems for Automation - National Research Council of Italy (ISSIA-CNR), Via G. Amendola, 122/D, 70126, Bari, Italy

     

    Topics and Labs: Working with a MATLAB pool; Speeding up computations; Task-parallel programming; Working with large data sets; Data-parallel programming; Increasing scale with multiple systems.

    September  2008

    International Summer School (attended as tutor) on ’Applications with the NewestMulti-Spectral Meteorological Satellites’, sponsored by Consortium AUSI - Consorzio per la promozione delle Attività Universitarie del Sulcis-Iglesiente, EUMETSAT - European Organisation for the Exploitation of Meteorological Satellites and SSEC - Space Science and Engineering Center

    ConsortiumAUSI, Villa Bellavista, 09016, Monteponi, Iglesias (CI), Italy

     

    Lecturers: Paul Menzel (Senior Scientist, SSEC, University of Wisconsin, Madison); Verner Suomi (Professor, Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences, University of Wisconsin, Madison); Paolo Antonelli (Scientist, Cooperative Institute for Meteorological Satellite Studies, University of Wisconsin, Madison).

     

    Topics: Radiation and the Radiative Transfer Equation; Spectral signatures from Earth’s surface and atmosphere; High resolution sounding using infrared high resolution spectral data; Multi-spectral sensors for imaging RGB image combinations for cloud and severe weather studies; Instrument considerations and Cal/Val.

     

    Laboratory: Investigation of high spatial resolution visible and infrared data (from MODIS and SEVIRI) and high spectral resolution infrared data (from AIRS and IASI); Group work; Tests.

    January 2007 – June 2008

    UniversityMaster (1st level degree) in ‘Tecnologie per il Telerilevamento Spaziale’ - ThesisTitle: ’Progettazione ed Implementazione di una Procedura per la Individuazione di Oggetti in Movimento con Andamento Lineare A Tratti in Algoritmi di Analisi Interferometriche SAR Multi-Temporali

    Universityof Bari ‘Aldo Moro’, Piazza Umberto I, 70121, Bari, Italy, http://www.uniba.it

     

    Theory: Earth Observation (EO) programs; Infra-Red (IR) and Microwave (MW) Remote Sensing;  Remote Sensing by means of SAR systems;  Orbitography; Reference Systems and Cartography; GPS Fundamentals; Probability and Statistics; Stochastic Processes; Segmentation and Classification  of ‘optical’ images; Information Theory and Coding; Digital Signal Processing (DSP); Digital Image Processing (DIP); SAR Systems; SAR Interferometry (InSAR); Differential SAR Interferometry (DInSAR); Persistent Scatterers techniques.

     

    Laboratory: Linux and bash scripting; MATLAB and its use for ‘optical’ and SAR image processing; IDL; DORIS interferometric tool and its use for SAR image processing; GIS Systems; Satellite Tool Kit (STK) software; ENVI and remote-sensed image processing.

     

    Six-Month Training: Design and development of a procedure for the detection of targets on the ground characterised by piecewise linear movements to be integrated in multi-temporal interferometric SAR algorithms.

    June  2007

    International Summer School (attended as student) on ’Applications with the Newest Multi-Spectral Meteorological Satellites

    Mediterranean Agency for Remote Sensing and environmental control (MARSec), Via Perlingieri 1, 82100, Benevento, Italy

     

    Lecturers: Paul Menzel (Senior Scientist, SSEC, University of Wisconsin, Madison); Kathy Strabala (Scientist, SSEC, University of Wisconsin, Madison), Liam Gumley (Scientist, SSEC, University of Wisconsin, Madison); Paolo Antonelli (Scientist, Cooperative Institute for Meteorological Satellite Studies, University of Wisconsin, Madison).

     

    Topics: Radiation and the Radiative Transfer Equation; Spectral signatures from Earth’s surface and atmosphere; High resolution sounding using infrared high resolution spectral data; Multi-spectral sensors for imaging; Instrument considerations and Cal/Val; Evolving to the Future Global Observing System.

     

    Laboratory: Using HYDRA (a JAVA based freeware tool) to manipulate multi-spectral data; Staging, Viewing, Interrogating MODIS, AIRS, MSG Data; Group work; Tests; Final presentation.

    June  2006

    Professional Engineer License, Member of‘Ordine degli Ingegneri della Provincia di Bari’

    Polytechnicof Bari, Via Amendola 126/B, 70126, Bari, Italy

    September 1993 – March 2006

    Laurea Degree in Electrical And Information Engineering - Thesis Title: ‘Geocoding di immagini SAR

    Polytechnicof Bari, Via Amendola 126/B, 70126, Bari, Italy

     

    Subjects included: Mathematics, Geometry and Algebra, Physics, Chemistry, Computational Science, Mathematical Methods for Engineers, Information Technology, Information Systems, Operating Systems, Calculators, Telecommunication Networks, Systems Theory, Electrical Communications, Signal Processing, Digital Signal Processing, Electrical Network, Electronic Devices, Analog and Digital Electronics, Electrical Measurements, Electromagnetic Fields, Electromagnetic Compatibility, Antennas, Economics Fundamentals.

     

    Thesis Topic: Design and implementation of an algorithm (C code in Linux environment) for high precision geocoding of focused SAR images.

     

    Mark Grade: 103/110.

    September 1988 – July 1993

    Certificate of Secondary Education

    Liceo Scientifico Statale ’Cassano delle Murge’, Via Abbruzzese, 38, 70020, Bitetto (BA), Italy

     

    Subjects included: Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Geography, Astronomy, Italian Language, Italian Literature, Latin Language, Latin Literature, History, Philosophy, English.

     

    Mark Grade: 60/60.

     

    PERSONAL SKILLS

     

    Mother tongue(s)

    Italian

    Other language(s)

    English

    Communication skills

    ▪  Excellent written communication skills acquired from writing technical reports and publications

    ▪  Confident and professional speaking abilities gained through my experience as speaker at a number of International workshops and conferences

    ▪  Excellent verbal communication skills derived from weekly English lessons

    Organisational skills

    ▪  Strong organizational skills derived from the ability to manage my activities through wise planning (specific  tasks), time optimization, detail orientation and prioritization as demonstrated in all projects I was involved

    Job-related skills

    ▪  Skilled at working as a team member as well as independently

    ▪  Strong problem-solving and analytical skills; Great ability at interpreting data

    ▪  Skilled at working efficiently under pressure

    ▪  Self-motivated, hard-working individual

    Computer skills

    ▪  Excellent knowledge of Operating Systems MS Windows, GNU/Linux and Apple MacOS

    ▪  Excellent knowledge of most MS Office and Apache OpenOffice applications

    ▪  10 years of experience with MATLAB programming

    ▪  Good knowledge of programming languages FORTRAN, IDL and  C/C++

    ▪  Good knowledge of software STK, HDFLook, HYDRA, ENVI, NEST,DORIS and  ArcGIS/QGIS

     

     

    Technical skills

    ▪  10 years of experience in the field of Earth Observation

    ▪  Research and Development in the field of Satellite Remote Sensing

    ▪  Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR) specialist

    ▪  Knowledge of Spacecraft Systems

     

    Other skills

    ▪  A genuine desire to achieve, excel and evolve

    ▪  Excellent common sense, judgment, and decision-making abilities

     

     

    Hobbies

    ▪  Caving; Paragliding; Football; Listening to music; Watching movies; Reading books; Astronomy

    Driving licence

    ▪  Class B

     

    ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

     

    Publications

     

    Papers on Journals

     

    ▪  Fabio M. Rana, Maria Adamo, Guido Pasquariello, Giacomo De Carolis, and Sandra Morelli, LG-Mod: A  Modified Local Gradient (LG) Method to Retrieve SAR Sea Surface Wind Directions in Marine Coastal Areas, Journal of Sensors, vol. 2016, Article ID 9565208, 7 pages, 2016. doi:10.1155/2016/9565208.

    ▪  Adamo, M., Rana, F.M., De Carolis, G. and Pasquariello, G. Assessing the Bayesian inversion technique of C-band synthetic aperture radar data for the retrieval of wind fields in marine coastal areas. Journal of Applied Remote Sensing 8(1), 083531, Nov 06, 2014. DOI:10.1117/1.JRS.8.083531.

    ▪  Bovenga, F.; Derauw, D.; Rana, F.M.; Barbier, C.; Refice, A.; Veneziani, N.; Vitulli, R. Multi-Chromatic Analysis of SAR Images for Coherent Target Detection. Remote Sensing. 2014, 6, 8822-8843. DOI:10.3390/rs6098822. ISSN: 2072-4292.

    ▪  Bovenga, F.; Rana, F.M.; Refice, A; Veneziani, N. Multichromatic Analysis of Satellite Wideband SAR Data, Geoscience and Remote Sensing Letters, IEEE , vol.11, no.10, pp.1767,1771, Oct. 2014. DOI: 10.1109/LGRS.2014.2308420. ISSN: 1545-598X.

     

    Conference Proceedings

     

    ▪  [12] F.M. Rana, M. Adamo, G. Pasquariello, G. De Carolis, S. Morelli and F. Bovenga: A simplified Local Gradient method for the retrieval of SAR-derived sea surface wind directions. In Proceedings of EUSAR 2014, 10th European Conference on Synthetic Aperture Radar, Berlin, Germany, 03 - 05 June 2014. ISBN 978-3-8007-3607-2.

    ▪  [11] F. Bovenga, D. Derauw, C. Barbier, F.M. Rana, A. Refice, N. Veneziani, R. Vitulli: Multi-chromatic analysis of SAR images for target analysis. Proc. SPIE 8891, SAR Image Analysis, Modeling, and Techniques XIII, 889104 (October 17, 2013). DOI:10.1117/12.2028962.

    ▪  [10] M. Adamo, G. De Carolis,  S. Morelli, G. Pasquariello and F.M. Rana: Quantitative analysis of Bora events in the Adriatic sea by means of SAR-based techniques and the ETA model. In Proceedings of IGARSS 2013, Melbourne, Australia, 21 -26 July 2013. DOI: 10.1109/IGARSS.2013.6723009. ISSN 2153-6996. ISBN: 978-1-4799-1114-1.

    ▪  [9] F. Bovenga, F. Rana, A. Refice, D.O. Nitti, N. Veneziani: Frequency coherent vs. temporally coherent targets. In Proceedings of IGARSS 2013, Melbourne, Australia, 21 -26 July 2013. DOI: 10.1109/IGARSS.2013.6721103. ISSN 2153-6996. ISBN: 978-1-4799-1113-4.

    ▪  [8] D.O. Nitti, F. Bovenga, A. Morea, F.M. Rana, L. Guerriero, M. Greco, G. Pinelli: On the use of SAR interferometry to aid navigation of UAV. In Proceedings of SPIE 8532, Remote Sensing of the Ocean, Sea Ice, Coastal Waters, and Large Water Regions 2012, Edinburgh, United Kingdom, 24 - 27 September 2012. DOI:10.1117/12.974563. ISSN: 0277-786X. ISBN: 9780819492722.

    ▪  [7] F. Bovenga, F. Rana, A. Refice, D.O. Nitti, N. Veneziani: Interferometric Multi-Chromatic Analysis of COSMO-SkyMed data for height retrieval. In Proceedings of IGARSS 2012, Munich, Germany, 22 - 27 July 2012.DOI: 10.1109/IGARSS.2012.6350579. ISSN: 2153-6996. E-ISBN: 978-1-4673-1158-8. Print ISBN: 978-1-4673-1160-1.

    ▪  [6] D.O. Nitti, F. Rana, F. Bovenga, R. Nutricato, M. Tragni, M.T. Chiaradia, G. Ober, L. Candela: Analisi del sisma del 6 Aprile 2009 in Abruzzo con tecniche di Interferometria SAR differenziale. Atti 13a Conferenza Nazionale ASITA, Fiera del Levante - Bari, Italia, 1 - 4 Dicembre 2009. ISBN: 978-88-903132-2-6.

    ▪  [5] F. Agliardi, F. Bovenga, L. Candela, M.T. Chiaradia, G.B. Crosta, C. D’Aprile, G. Fornaro, P. Frattini, M. Gilardoni, F. Guzzetti, R. Lanari, D.O. Nitti, R. Nutricato, G. Ober, F. Rana, G. Venuti, G. Zeni: Attività di elaborazione di dati EO SAR su aree in frana nell’ambito del progetto ASI MORFEO. Atti 13a Conferenza Nazionale ASITA, Fiera del Levante - Bari, Italia, 1 - 4 Dicembre 2009. ISBN: 978-88-903132-2-6.

    ▪  [4] R. Nutricato, D.O. Nitti, F. Bovenga, F. Rana, C. D’Aprile, P. Frattini, G. Crosta, G. Venuti, M.T. Chiaradia, G. Ober, L. Candela: MORFEO PROJECT: C- and X-Band SAR interferometric analysis over Alpine regions (Italy). In Proceedings of FRINGE 2009 - Advances in the Science and Applications of SAR Interferometry, ESA/ESRIN, Frascati, Italy, 30 November - 4 December 2009. ISBN 978-92-9221-241-4. ISSN 1609-042X.

    Publications

    Conference Proceedings

     

    ▪  [3] D.O. Nitti, F. Bovenga, F. Rana, R. Nutricato, M. Tragni, M.T. Chiaradia, G. Ober,  L. Candela: On the use of C- and X-band SAR data for studying the ground deformations induced by the April 6th, 2009 Earthquake in Abruzzo. In Proceedings of FRINGE 2009 - Advances in the Science and Applications of SAR Interferometry, ESA/ESRIN, Frascati, Italy, 30 November - 4 December 2009. ISBN 978-92-9221-241-4. ISSN 1609-042X.

    ▪  [2] D.O. Nitti, F. Bovenga, R. Nutricato, F. Rana, C. D’Aprile, P. Frattini, G.B. Crosta, M.T. Chiaradia, G. Ober, L. Candela: C- and X-band multi-pass InSAR analysis over Alpine areas (ITALY). In Proceedings of SPIE Europe Remote Sensing, Berliner Congress Centre - Berlin, Germany, 31 August - 3 September 2009. DOI: 10.1117/12.849210. ISBN: 9780819477828.

    ▪  [1] D.O. Nitti, R. Nutricato, F. Bovenga, F. Rana, D. Conte, G. Milillo, L. Guerriero: Quantitative Analysis of Stripmap And Spotlight SAR Interferometry with Cosmo-SkyMed constellation. In Proceedings of IGARSS 2009,  Cape Town, South Africa, July 13 - 17 2009. DOI: 10.1109/IGARSS.2009.5418249. E-ISBN: 978-1-4244-3395-7. Print ISBN: 978-1-4244-3394-0.

     

    Abstracts

     

    ▪  G. Pasquariello, F.M. Rana, M. Adamo, F. Bovenga and G. De Carolis: Sviluppo della componente SAR del sistema osservativo satellitare - Sottosistema Vento. Workshop RITMARE, Bologna, 14-15 Aprile, 2104.

    ▪  F.M. Rana, M. Adamo, G. Pasquariello, G. De Carolis, S. Morelli and F. Bovenga: Assessment of methods for the retrieval of sea surface wind directions using X-band TerraSAR-X data. Abstracts of 5th TerraSAR-X / 4th TanDEM-X Science Team Meeting, DLR – Oberpfaffenhofen, Germany, 10 -14 June 2013.

    ▪  F. Bovenga, F. Rana, A. Refice, N. Veneziani, R. Vitulli: Multi-chromatic analysis of SAR images for target analysis and absolute ranging. Abstracts of 5th TerraSAR-X / 4th TanDEM-X Science Team Meeting, DLR – Oberpfaffenhofen, Germany, 10 -14 June 2013.

    ▪  M. Adamo, G. De Carolis, S. Morelli and F. Rana: Combined observations of a Bora event in the Adriatic Sea by means of ETA model and SAR data. Geophysical Research Abstracts Vol. 15, EGU2013-5062, 2013 EGU General Assembly, Vienna, Austria, 7 - 12 April 2013. eISSN: 1029-7006.

    ▪  F. Bovenga, F.M. Rana, A. Refice, N. Veneziani: Multi-chromatic analysis of high resolution X-band SAR data. Atti VII Riunione Annuale CeTeM-AIT, Villa Larocca – Bari, Italy, 4 - 5 Dicembre 2012.

    ▪  J. Wasowski, C. Lamanna, D. Casarano, F. Bovenga, D.O. Nitti, R. Nutricato, F. Rana, G. Colangelo: Interpreting very slow surface movements on slopes detected by PS interferometry and GPS surveying: case study from the Southern Apennines, Italy. Geophysical Research Abstracts Vol. 12, EGU2010-15380-1, 2010 EGU General Assembly, Vienna, Austria, 2 - 7 May 2010. eISSN: 1607-7962.

    ▪  Guzzetti F., Mondini A., Candela L., Ober G., the MORFEO team (F. Rana): Results of the MORFEO project: Exploiting remote sensing technology to detect, map, monitor, and forecast slope failures. Geophysical Research Abstracts Vol. 12, EGU2010-11871, 2010 EGU General Assembly, Vienna, Austria, 2 - 7 May 2010. eISSN: 1607-7962.

     

    Date

    07/03/2016

     

     



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