2002 Ph.D. Remote Sensing/Geophysics, University of Alberta, Department of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences, Edmonton, Canada. Dissertation: Use of RADARSAT-1 satellite imagery and geophysical data for oil and kimberlite exploration
1996 M.Sc. Geological Survey, Institute for Aerospace Survey and Earth Sciences, Enschede, The Netherlands. Dissertation: Effect of anthropogenic dust deposition in the spectra response of vegetation in the Ostrava-Karvina coal basin, Czech Republic.
1993 B.Sc. Geology, University of Turin, Turin, Italy. Dissertation: Structural mapping and petrological study of the newly found polymetamorphic Austroalpine slice, Eaux Rousses, Gran Paradise-Ophiolotic Piedmont Nappe contact.
1987 Dipl. Information Technology, I.I.S. “G. Peano”, Turin, Italy.
2017- present Associate Research Scientist, SETI Institute, Mountain View, CA.
As Principal Investigator (PI), my research is currently focusing on 3 main topics:
- Developing interpretation pipeline of Kepler & K2, and TESS exoplanets mission time series observations to characterize and derive observational testable theory in exoplanets formation, aiming to outline potential candidates in view of new NASA/ESA future exoplanets missions;
- Developing new approaches to asteroids characterization through integrated space and earth-based observations data analytics using JPL Horizons and SPICE applications to achieve missions’ goals;
- New research and analysis of Cassini’s SAR and radiometry data through PCA and integration with DEM provided new insights on Titan’s surface properties, achieving improved understanding of Titan’s surface geological and geophysical characteristics.
Actively involved in the Planetary Science community, serves as Research & Analysis (R&A), and Research & Development (R&D) reviewer.
2008-2014 Associate Research Scientist, Proxemy Research, Inc., MD.
· Cassini SAR imaging and radiometry data processing and analysis of through independent or integrated approach generated support to outline geological, geophysical, and structural characteristics of Titan’s icy surface contributing to a GIS integrated database.
2009-2010 Research Affiliate - Type II, Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences, UCLA (Los Angeles)/NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Pasadena, CA.
· Structural mapping from processed Cassini SAR imaging data and GIS integrated database were successfully used in resolving Titan’s structural features.
· Resolved Titan’s structural features provided new implication on Titan’s icy crust global stress evolution modeling conducted using SatStress.
2007-2008 Visiting Research Associate, European Center for Geophysics and Seismology (ECGS), Walferdange, Luxembourg.
· New analysis of SAR SIR-C/ENVISAT ASAR data for InSAR new approach on distributed and partially distributed scatterers (PS) proved successful in modeling identified persistent scatterers to determine ice motion/retreat of the De la Blanche glacier, French Alps, and volcanic activity/deformation at Fogo volcano, Cape Verde through StaMPS.
· StaMPS’s results integration to GIS was successful and facilitated mapping and deformation models.
2004-2007 NRC Postdoctoral Research Associate, NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL), Pasadena, CA.
· Development of scattering and frequency-dependent dielectrics models of various compounds such as ice, water-ice and tholins from Cassini SAR and radiometry data to achieve data integration and analysis of Titan’s surface geological and geophysical characteristics.
· Contribution to Cassini RADAR Science Team data planning and acquisition of Titan's and other targeted bodies to achieve Cassini mission’s goals.
· SAR SIR-C and Cassini SAR data comparative analysis to validate data characterization on Saturnian moons.
· SAR SIR-C data research on SAR permanent scatterers (PS) and radar interferometry (InSAR) applications.
2003-2004 Postdoctoral Research Associate, Geological Survey of Canada (GSC) Ottawa, ON, Canada.
· Multi-sensor new approach of RADARSAT-1, Landsat-ETM data provided the base, within an integrated GIS database, for the first environmental risk assessment in the Sudbury area.
2002-2003 Visiting Research Associate, Canada Centre for Remote Sensing (CCRS), Ottawa, ON, Canada.
· Multi-sensor new data analysis and integration approach using ASTER multi-spectra analysis (ACORN data calibration), ASTER DEM extraction and modeling; RADARSAT-1 surface characteristics and data fusion proved successful to aid exploration of bauxite in mining areas in North Western Australia.
· Multi-sensor new approach of RADARSAT-1 and Landsat-ETM data for kimberlite exploration achieved successful results in the Buffalo Head Hill area.
1996-1997 Doctoral Research Associate, European Joint Research Center, Space Application Institute (JRC, SAI), Ispra, Italy.
· Achieved monitoring capability of the Salbertrand landslide (Italy) using a new ground-based radar (LISA, linear scanner) that provided base resolution data suitable to derive interferometry images for ground monitoring applications.
· ERS-1 tandem data analysis of In-SAR images and DEM reconstruction leading to a successful application of ice flow dynamic/monitoring in the Western Alps, Italy-Swiss.
2014-2017 Adjunct Faculty, American Public University System (APUS), Charles Town, WV.
· Courses taught in the Graduate Space Studies Program: Remote Sensing Satellites, Astronomical Instrumentation, Satellite Communications, Space Transportation Systems, Research Methods, Space Station Systems and Operations,Space Policies, Lunar Geology.
· Advisory role in multidisciplinary Earth and Planetary Masters research-based theses achieving value added studies and applications using Remote Sensing, Space policies, Space Operations towards the completion of the Space Studies Program requirements.
2011-2014 FT Faculty, USC, Spatial Sciences Institute (SSI), Los Angeles, CA.
· Courses taught in the Geographic Information Systems and Technology (GIST) Graduate Program: Geospatial Data Integration, GIS Programming and Customization – Python, Spatial Databases, Remote Sensing for GIS, Concept of Spatial Thinking.
· Advisory role in multidisciplinary Earth and Planetary Master research-based theses achieving value added studies and applications using Remote Sensing, GIS data integration, Geodatabases, GIS programming and Spatial Analysis towards completion of the GIST Program requirements.
2010-2011 Lecturer, Applied Technical Education Division (ATE), Agriculture, University of Hawaii, West Hawaii, Kealakekua, HI.
· Courses taught: Hawaii Geological History, Environmental Science and GIS, Environmental Science Laboratory/Fieldwork.
2018 SPICE Certification, hosted by ESAC/NAIF Team JPL, Madrid, Spain.
2017 Software System for Astronomical Instrumentation (SSFA), UH Hilo, HI.
2014 APUS501 Graduate Faculty Certification, WV.
2014 APUS501 Teacher Training Faculty Certification, WV.
2004-2006 Certificate of Completion NRC, NASA/JPL, Pasadena, CA.
2005 ENVI/IDL Certification, ENVI, Boulder, CO.
2005 Team-lead Europa mission TEAM-X study, JPL Planetary Science Summer School, Pasadena, CA.
2006-present Associate Member of the Cassini Radar Science Team – Cassini Mission
2018-present Member of the IAU Working Group on Cartographic Coordinates and Rotational Elements (WGCCRE)
2016-2017 Member Planetary Data System Roadmap Study Team (RST) decadal report 2017- 2026
SERVICE TO R&A and R&D PROGRAMS
Space Grant College and Fellowship Program (SGCFPTG)
Planetary Archiving, Restoration, and Tools (PDART)
Development and Advancement of Lunar Instrumentation (DALI)
Maturation of Instruments for Solar System Exploration (MATISSE)
Planetary Instrument Concepts for the Advancement of Solar System Observations (PICASSO)
Mars Science Laboratory Participating Scientist Program (MSLPSP)
Discovery Data Analysis Program (DDAP)
OSIRIS-REx Participating Scientist Program (ORPSP)
Planetary Science Deep Space SmallSat Studies (PSDS3)
Cassini Data Analysis and Participating Scientist (CDAPS)
Dawn at Vesta Participating Scientist (DAVPS) Program
NASA Earth and Space Science Fellowship (NESSF)
Interdisciplinary Science (IDS) Cascading Hazards
NASA Postdoctoral Program (NPP)
2018 Space Pioneer Award for Science and Engineering, the National Space Society, to the Cassini teams. (http://blog.nss.org/the-cassini-and-huygens-teams-win-the-national-space-societys-2018-space-pioneer-awards-for-science-and-engineering/).
2004-2006 National Research Council (NRC) Resident Research Fellowship Award - JPL. The National Academies Adviser to the Nation on Science, Engineering, and Medicine, NASA/JPL, Pasadena, CA.
2001 Bruce Nesbitt Memorial Graduate Award, University of Alberta, Dept. Earth and Atmospheric Sciences, Edmonton, AB, Canada.
2000-2001 Graduate Teaching Award, University of Alberta, Dept. Earth and Atmospheric Sciences, Edmonton, AB, Canada.
2000 Geophysics Research Travel Award, University of Alberta, Dept. Earth and Atmospheric Sciences, Edmonton, AB, Canada.
1997 Research Fellowship Award, Joint Research Center, Unit of Space Advance Techniques, Ispra, Italy.
1994 Scholarship Award for Specialization Abroad, University of Turin, Turin, Italy.
2017 Le Gall, A., C. Leyrat, M.A. Janssen, G. Choblet, G. Tobie, O. Bourgeois, A. Lucas, C. Sotin, C. Howett, R. Kirk, R.D. Lorenz, R.D. West, A. Stolzenbach, M. Massé, A.H. Hayes, L. Bonnefoy, G. Veyssière, F. Paganelli. New thermal anomalies in the subsurface of Enceladus’ South Polar Terrain. Nature Astronomy. Nature Astronomy 1, Article number: 0063. doi:10.1038/s41550-017-0063.
2011 Radebaugh, J., Lorenz, R.D., Wall, S.D., Kirk, R.L., Wood, C.A., Lunine, J.I., Stofan, E.R., Lopes, R.M.C., Valora, P., Farr, T.G., Hayes, A., Stiles, B., Mitri, G. , Zebker, H., Janssen, M., Wye, L., LeGall, A., Mitchell, K.L., Paganelli, F., West, R.D., Schaller, E.L., and The Cassini Radar Team. 2011. Regional geomorphology and history of Titan's Xanadu province, 2011, Icarus 211,1, 672-685.
2010 Lopes, R. M., Stofan, E. R., Peckyno, R., Radebaugh, J., Mitchell, K. L., Mitri, G., Wood, C. A., Kirk, R.L., Lunine, J. I., Hayes, A., Farr, T., Wye, L., Craig, J., Ollerenshaw, R.J., Janssen, M. A., LeGall, A., Paganelli, F., Stiles, B., Callahan, P., Anderson, Y., Valora, L., Soderblom, L. 2010. Distribution and interplay of geologic processes on Titan from Cassini radar data, 2010, Icarus 205, 2, 540-558.
2009 Kirk, R.L., Howington-Kraus, E., Redding, B.L., Becker, T.L., Lee, E.M., Stiles, B.W., Hensley, S., Hayes, A.G., Lopes, R.M.C., Lorenz, R.D., Mitchell, K.L., Radebaugh, J., Paganelli, F., Soderblom, L.A., Stofan, E.R., Wall, S.D., Wood, C.A., Elachi, C., and the Cassini RADAR Team. 2009. Three-Dimensional Views of Titan’s Diverse Surface Features from Cassini RADAR Stereogrammetry, 40th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, 1413.
2009 Wall, S. D., Lopes, R. M., Stofan, E. R., Wood, C. A., Radebaugh, J. L., Ho¨rst, S. M., Stiles, B., Nelson, R. M. Kamp, L. W., Janssen, M. A., Lorenz, R. D., Lunine, J. I., Farr, T. G., Mitri, G., Paillou, P., Paganelli, F., and Mitchell, K. L. 2009. Cassini RADAR images at Hotei Arcus and western Xanadu, Titan: Evidence for geologically recent cryovolcanic activity, 2009, Geophysical Research Letters, 36, L04203, doi:10.1029/2008GL036415.
2008 Paganelli, F., M.A. Janssen, R. M. Lopes, E. Stofan, S.D. Wall, R.D. Lorenz, J.I. Lunine, R.L. Kirk, L. Roth, C. Elachi, and the Cassini Radar Team. 2008. Titan’s surface from the Cassini RADAR radiometry data during SAR mode. Planetary and Space Science 56, 100-108.
2008 Lorenz, R.D., R. M. Lopes, F. Paganelli, J.I. Lunine, R.L. Kirk, L.A. Soderblom, E.R. Stofan, G. Ori, M. Myers, H. Miyamoto, B. Stiles, S.D. Wall, C. A. Wood and the Cassini RADAR Team. 2008. Fluvial Channels on Titan: Meteorological Paradigm and Cassini RADAR Observations. Planetary and Space Science, 56 (2008) 1132–1144.
2007 Paganelli, F., M.A. Janssen, B. Stiles, R. West, R.D. Lorenz, J.I. Lunine, S.D. Wall, P. Callahan, R. M. Lopes, E. Stofan, R.L. Kirk, W.T.K Johnson, L. Roth, C. Elachi, and the Cassini Radar Team. 2007. Titan’s surface from the Cassini Radar SAR and highresolution radiometry data of the first five flybys. Icarus 191, 211-222.
2007 Le Mouélic, S. P., Paillou, M.A. Janssen, J. W. Barnes, S. Rodriguez, C. Sotin, R.H. Brown, K.H. Baines, B.J. Buratti, R.N. Clark, M. Crapeau, P. Encrenaz, R. Jaumann, D. Geudtner, F. Paganelli, L. Soderblom, G. Tobie1, S. Wall. 2007. Joint analysis of Cassini VIMS and RADAR data: Application to the mapping of Sinlap crater on Titan. JGR, doi:10.1029/2007JE002965.
2006 Stofan, E.R., J.I. Lunine, R. Lopes, F. Paganelli, R.D. Lorenz, C.A. Wood, R. Kirk, S. Wall, C. Elachi, L.A. Soderblom, S. Ostro, M. Janssen, J. Radebaugh, L. Wye, H. Zebker, Y. Anderson, M. Allison, R. Boehmer, P. Callahan, P. Encrenaz, E. Flamini, G. Francescetti, Y. Gim, G. Hamilton, S. Hensley, W.T.K. Johnson, K. Kelleher, D. Muhleman, G. Picardi, F. Posa, L. Roth, R. Seu, S. Shaffer, B. Stiles, S. Vetrella, and R. West. 2006. Mapping of Titan: Results from the first Titan Radar Passes. Icarus 185, 443-456.
2006 Lorenz, R.D., S. Wall, J. Radebaugh, G. Boubin, E. Reffet, M. Janssen, E. Stofan, R. Lopes, R. Kirk, C. Elachi, J. Lunine, F. Paganelli, L. Soderblom, C. Wood, L. Wye, H. Zebker, Y. Anderson, S. Ostro, M. Allison, R. Boehmer, P. Callahan, P. Encrenaz, G.G. Ori, G. Francescetti, Y. Gim, G. Hamilton, S. Hensley, W. Johnson, K. Kelleher, K. Mitchell, D. Muhleman, G. Picardi, F. Posa, L. Roth, R. Seu, S. Shaffer, B. Stiles, S. Vetrella, E. Flamini, and R. West. 2006. The Sand Seas of Titan: Cassini RADAR Observations of Equatorial Fields of Longitudinal Dunes. Science 312, 724-727.
2003 Paganelli, F., Grunsky, E.C., and Richards, J.P., and Pryde, R. 2003. Use of RADARSAT-1 Principal Component imagery for structural mapping: a case study in the Buffalo Head Hills area, northern central Alberta, Canada. Canadian Journal of Remote Sensing 29(1), 111-140.
2002 Paganelli, F., Richards, J.P., and Grunsky, E.C. 2002. Integration of structural, gravity and magnetic data using the weights of evidence method as a tool for kimberlite exploration in the Buffalo Head Hills area, northern central Alberta, Canada. Natural Resources Research 11(3), 219-236.
2002 Paganelli, F. and Rivard, B. 2002. Contribution of the integration of RADARSAT-1 and seismic imagery interpretation in the structural geology of the Central Alberta Foothills, Canada, as aid for oil and gas exploration. Canadian Journal of Remote Sensing 28(5), 686-700.
1996 Paganelli F. 1996. Synergy of RS data for geo-botanic applications: "Monitoring spectral characteristics of vegetation canopies influenced by anthropogenic dust deposition using integrated spectral and chemical data in Karvina forest ecosystem (Czech Republic). Report Human Capital and Mobility Program of the European Community "Synergy of Remotely Sensed Data": European Scientific Research Network, pp.90. Published M.Sc. Thesis, ITC, 1996.
1995 Paganelli F., Compagnoni R., Nervo R., Tallone S. 1995. Il lembo Austroalpino di Eaux Rousses e le sue relazioni con la Zona Ophiolitica Piemontese nell'alta Valle di Cogne, Valle d'Aosta Meridionale. Accademia Nazionale delle Scienze XL, Scritti e Documenti XIV. Atti del Convegno Rapporti Alpi-Appennino e guida alle escursioni, 335-348.
Encyclopedia of Planetary Landforms. Henrik Hargitai • Ákos Kereszturi
Compilation of a Remote Sensing Image Fusion Atlas (RS-IFA). Institute of GeoSpatial Science & Technology (INSTEG), http://www.utm.my/insteg/rs-image-fusion/ Contribution: Radar data fusion (2016).
CONFERENCE and SYMPOSIUM PRESENTATIONS/PROCEEDINGS
2019 Al Conrad, Brent Archinal, and the IAU Working Group on Cartographic Coordinates and Rotational Elements (WGCCRE). Update for 2019 from the IAU Working Group on Cartographic Coordinates and Rotational Elements. 50th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference (LPSC) 2019. Abstract #, 18-22 March 2019, The Woodlands, TX.
2018 Paganelli, F., Conrad, A. Costa Sitja, M. Ground Observation of Asteroids at Mission ETA through JPL Horizons and SPICE. European Planetary Science Conference (EPSC), Abstract #202, September 16-20, 2018, Berlin, Germany.
2018 Paganelli, F., Conrad, A. Ground Observation of Asteroids at Mission ETA. Planetary Science Informatics and Data Analytics Conference. Abstract #: 6032, April 24-26, 2018, Washington University, St Louis.
2017 Morgan, T.H., McNutt, R.L., Gaddis, L., Law, E., Beyer, R.A., Crombie, K., Ebel, D., Ghosh, A., Grayzeck, E.J., Paganelli, F., Raugh, A.C., Stein, T., Tiscareno, M.S., Weber, R., Banks, M., Powell, K. An Overview of the Planetary Data System Roadmap Study for 2017-2026. American Astronomical Society, DPS meeting #49. Abstract id.218.01 (http://adsabs.harvard.edu/abs/2017DPS....4921801M), 15-20 October 2017, Provo, UT.
2017 Paganelli, F., R. Kirk, B. Stiles, A. Le Gall, S. Rodriguez, S. Le Mouelic, A. Lucas, and the Cassini RADAR Science Team. Enhancing geological and structural elements through PCA of SAR, integrated high-resolution radiometry and VIMS data on Titan. 48th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference (LPSC) 2017. Abstract 1028, 20-24 March 2017, The Woodlands, TX.
2016 Paganelli, F., R. Kirk, B. Stiles, A. Le Gall, and the Cassini RADAR Science Team. Geological and Structural Patterns on Titan Enhanced Through Cassini’s SAR PCA and High-Resolution Radiometry. 49th American Geophysical Union (AGU) 2016. Abstract 120624 (poster, 12-16 December 2016, San Francisco, CA.
2016 Paganelli, F., R. Kirk, B. Stiles and the Cassini RADAR Science Team. Geological and Structural Patterns on Titan Enhanced Through Cassini’s SAR PCA. Titan Working Group, Oct. 31-Nov. 4th 2016, Paris, France.
2015 Paganelli, F. Landsat 8-TIRS NEΔT at Kīlauea Volcano and the Active East Rift Zone, Hawaii. 17th International Conference on Environmental and Civil Engineering (ICECE), 23, April 20-21 2015, Boston, MS.
2014 Paganelli, F. Estimating productivity cycle in coffee crops with L8 OLI/TIRS, Hawaii. 2014 Esri International User Conference, Abstract UC 1292, 14-18 July 2014, San Diego, CA.
2013 Paganelli, F., Swift, J.N., Kemp, K.K. 2013. Modeling Coffee-Berry-Borer (CBB) Establishment and Spread in Hawaii with Python. 2013 Esri International User Conference, Abstract UC 639, 8-12 July 2013, San Diego, CA.
2013 Swift, J.N., Paganelli, F. 2013. ArcGIS Server Hosted on Local Virtual Machines vs. Cloud (EC2). 2013 Esri International User Conference, Abstract UC 1307, 8-12 July 2013, San Diego, CA.
2011 Paganelli, F., R. Pappalardo, G. Schubert, R. Kirk, and The Cassini RADAR Science Team. 2011. Structural patterns on Titan identified using Cassini SAR PCA. European Geosciences Union General Assembly, EGU2011-A- 13503, 3-8 April 2011, Vienna, AU.
2010 Paganelli, F., R. Pappalardo, G. Schubert, B. Stiles, G.C. Collins, Z. Selvans, K. Mitchell, and E. Stofan. 2010. Preliminary analysis of structural elements of Titan and implications for stress patterns. Lunar and Planetary Science Conf. XXXXI, Abstract# 2664, 1-5 March 2010, The Woodlands, TX.
2008 Paganelli, F., and Hooper, A. 2008. Deformation at Fogo volcano, Cape Verde, detected by persistent scatterer InSAR. European Geosciences Union General Assembly, EGU2008-A- 07819, 2-7 April 2008, Vienna, AU.
2008 Janssen, M.A., Lorenz, R.D., West, R., Paganelli, F., Stiles, B., Wall, S.D, Callahan, P., Kirk, R.L., Roth, L., Anderson, Y., and the Cassini Radar. Summary on relative and absolutely calibrated 2-cm l radiometry of Titan. European Geosciences Union General Assembly, EGU2008-A-08360, 2-7 April 2008, Vienna, AU.
2007 Paganelli, F., M.A. Janssen, Stiles, B., Johnson, W.T.K., Lorenz, R. D., and the Cassini Radar Team. Titan’s terrains and northern lakes from SAR and high-resolution radiometry. American Geophysical Union, AGU-2007-P41B-14, Spring Meeting, 22-27 May 2007, Acapulco, MX.
2007 Paganelli, F., M.A. Janssen, Stiles, B., Johnson, W.T.K., Lorenz, R. D., Lunine, J.I., and the Cassini Radar Team. Titan’s northern lakes and terrains from SAR and high-resolution radiometry. European Geosciences Union General Assembly, EGU2007-A-04694, 2-7 April 2007, Vienna, AU.
2006 Paganelli, F., M.A. Janssen, Stiles, B., Johnson, W.T.K., Lorenz, R. D., Lunine, J.I., and the Cassini Radar Team. Preliminary investigation on Titan's northern terrains using SAR and high-resolution radiometry. American Geological Union, AGU-2006- P13A-0155, Fall Meeting, 11-15 December 2006, San Francisco, CA.
2006 Paganelli, F., M.A. Janssen, R. M. Lopes, E. Stofan, B. Stiles, R. West, L. Roth, S.D. Wall, R.D. Lorenz, J.I. Lunine, R.L. Kirk, L. Soderblom, C. Elachi, and the Cassini Radar Team. Titan’s Surface from the Cassini Radar SAR and Radiometry Data. European Geosciences Union General Assembly, EGU06-A- 05155, 2-7 April 2006, Vienna, AU.
2006 Paganelli, F., M.A. Janssen, R. M. Lopes, E. Stofan, B. Stiles, R. West, L. Roth, S.D. Wall, R.D. Lorenz, J.L. Lunine, R.L. Kirk, L. Soderblom, C. Elachi, and the Radar Team. 2006. A Look at Titan’s Surface from the Cassini RADAR SAR and Radiometry Data. Lunar and Planetary Science. Conf. XXXVII, Abstract #1497, 13-17 March 2006, League City, TX.
2006 Paganelli, F., J. van Zyl, M.A. Janssen, B. Stiles, R. West, R. M. Lopes, E. Stofan, P. Callahan, L. Roth, S.D. Wall, T.G. Farr, C. Elachi, R.D. Lorenz, L. Soderblom, and the Radar Team. 2006. Titan electromagnetic response and surface roughness imaged by Cassini RADAR. Lunar and Planetary Science Conf. XXXVII, Abstract #1501, 13-17 March 2006, League City, TX.
2005 Paganelli, F., Janssen, M., Stiles, B., Johnson, W.T.K., Lorenz, R. D., Lunine, J.I., and the Cassini Radar Team. Titan's surface from combined SAR and radiometry using the Cassini radar. American Geophysical Union, AGU2005-P44A-04, Fall Meeting, 5-9 December 2005, San Francisco, CA.
2005 Paganelli, F., C. Elachi, R.M. Lopes, R. West, B. Stiles, M.A. Janssen, E.R. Stofan, C.A. Wood, R.D. Lorenz, J.L. Lunine, R.L. Kirk, L.E. Roth, S.D. Wall, L.A. Soderblom, and the Cassini RADAR Science Team. 2005. Channels and fan-like features on Titan surface imaged by the Cassini RADAR. EGU General Assembly, Abstract EGU05-A-03792, 24-29 April 2005, Vienna, AU.
2005 Paganelli, F., C. Elachi, R.M. Lopes, R. West, B. Stiles, M.A. Janssen, E.R. Stofan, C.A. Wood, R.D. Lorenz, J.L. Lunine, R.L. Kirk, L.E. Roth, S.D. Wall, L.A. Soderblom, and the Cassini RADAR Science Team. 2005. Channels and fan-like features on Titan surface imaged by the Cassini RADAR. Lunar and Planetary Science Conf. XXXVI, Abstract# 2150, 14-18 March 2005, League City, TX.
2003 Paganelli, F. 2003. RADARSAT-1 and Landsat7 ETM+ integration for kimberlite exploration in the Buffalo Head Hills area, northern central Alberta. IEEE Proceedings of the 2003 International Geoscience and Remote Sensing Symposium (IGARSS), D07-Data Fusion, paper # I_D07_07, 21-25 July 2003, Toulouse, FR.
2002 Paganelli, F., Richards J.P., Grunsky E.C. 2002b. Integration of structural, gravity and magnetic data using the weights of evidence model as a tool for kimberlite exploration in the Buffalo Head Hills area, Northern Central Alberta. IEEE Proceedings of the 2002 International Geoscience and Remote Sensing Symposium (IGARSS) - 24th Canadian Symposium on Remote Sensing, MO09-Geological Process Monitoring, paper # MO09_89, 24-28 June 2002, Toronto, ON, Canada.
2001 Paganelli, F., Grunsky, E.C., and Richards, J.P. 2001. RADARSAT and Landsat5 TM integration for kimberlite exploration in the Buffalo Head Hills area, northern central Alberta. Geological Association of Canada and Mineralogical Association of Canada, Joint Annual Meeting, 110-111, 27-30 May 2001, Memorial University, St. John’s, NF, CA.
2000 Paganelli, F. and Rivard, B. 2000. Reflectance and gamma-ray spectroscopy of carbonate rocks, Moose Mountain, Alberta Geocanada 2000, Calgary, Abstract #574 Abstracts CD Archive (2000).
2000 Paganelli, F. and Rivard, B. 2000. Reflectance spectroscopy of carbonate rocks, Moose Mountain, Alberta 22nd Canadian Symposium on Remote Sensing, Victoria, August, Abstracts and Programs. Abstracts (2000): 217-218.
1999 Paganelli, F. and Rivard, B. 1999. Tracking geological structures in the Central Alberta Foothills, Canada, using RADARSAT imagery. Proceeding 13th International Conference and Workshops of Applied Geologic Remote Sensing, I 109, 1-3 March 1999, Vancouver, BC, CA.
1994 Paganelli, F., Compagnoni R., Nervo R., Tallone S. 1994. Assetto geologico-structurale ed evoluzione metamorfica del lembo ausroalpino delle Eaux Rousses e relazioni con le unita' della Falda Ophiolitica Piemontese (Cogne, Valle D'Aosta). Convegno della Societa' Geologica Italiana sul tema: "Rapporti tra Alpi e Appennino", Riassunti, 97-98.
2018. Solar System Ice Giants: Exoplanets in our Backyard. Abigail Rymer, Kathleen Mandt, Dana Hurley, Carey Lisse, Noam Izenberg, H.Todd Smith, Joseph Westlake, Emma Bunce, Christopher Arridge, Adam Masters, Mark Hofstadter, Amy Simon, Pontus Brandt, George Clark, Ian Cohen, Robert Allen, Sarah Vine, Kenneth Hansen, George Hospodarsky, William Kurth, Paul Romani, Laurent Lamy, Philippe Zarka, Hao Cao, Carol Paty, Matthew Hedman, Elias Roussos, Dale Cruikshank, William Farrell, Paul Fieseler, Andrew Coates, Roger Yelle, Christopher Parkinson, Burkhard Militzer, Denis Grodent, Peter Kollmann, Ralph McNutt, Nicolas André, Nathan Strange, Jason Barnes, Luke Dones, Tilmann Denk, Julie Rathbun, Jonathan Lunine, Ravi Desai, Corey Cochrane, Kunio M. Sayanagi24, Frank Postberg, Robert Ebert, Thomas Hill, Ingo Mueller-Wodarg, Leonardo Regoli, Duane Pontius, Sabine Stanley, Thomas Greathouse, Joachim Saur, Essam Marouf, Jan Bergman, Chuck Higgins, Robert Johnson, Michelle Thomsen, Krista Soderlund, Xianzhe Jia, Robert Wilson, Jacob Englander, Jim Burch, Tom Nordheim, Cesare Grava, Kevin Baines, Lynnae Quick, Christopher Russell, Thomas Cravens, Baptiste Cecconi, Shahid Aslam, Veronica Bray, Katherine Garcia- Sage, John Richardson39, John Clark, Sean Hsu, Richard Achterberg, Nick Sergis, Flora Paganelli, Sasha Kempf, Glenn Orton, Ganna Portyankina, Geraint Jones, Thanasis Economou, Timothy Livengood, Stamatios Krimigis, James Szalay, Catriona Jackman, Phillip Valek, Alain Lecacheux, Joshua Colwell, Jamie Jasinski, Federico Tosi, Ali Sulaiman, Marina Galand, Anna Kotova, Krishan Khurana, Margaret Kivelson, Darrell Strobel, Aikaterina Radiota, Paul Estrada, Stefano Livi, Abigail Azari, Japheth Yates, Frederic Allegrini, Marissa Vogt, Marianna Felici, Janet Luhmann, Gianrico Filacchione, Luke Moore.
2018 RADAR perspective on Titan. Rochester Institute of Technology (RTI), Rochester, NY (04/13/2018).
2018 Titan and Enceladus through RADAR. St. Lawrence College, NY (03/30/2018).
2016 Geological and structural patterns on Titan enhanced through Cassini’s SAR PCA. Titan Working Group, Oct. 31-Nov. 4th 2016, Paris, France
2010 Titan’s structure. NASA/JPL seminar series, Pasadena, CA (March).
2008 Titan’s geology. NASA/JPL seminar series, Pasadena, CA (September).
2007 Titan's terrains and northern lakes from SAR and high-resolution radiometry. 94ième Journées Luxembourgeoises de Géodynamique, ECGS, Walferdange, Luxembourg (November).
2007 Saturn’s Moon Titan: Cassini-Huygens Reveals a New World. NASA/JPL, Pasadena, California. In honor of the American Association of Petroleum Geologists (AAPG) 2007 Annual Conference held in Long Beach, California April 1-4. April 3, 2007 (April).
2007 Titan’s terrains and northern lakes viewed with SAR and high-resolution radiometry collected during SAR mode. NASA/JPL seminar series - RADAR Series, NASA/JPL, Pasadena, California (March).
2006 Titan’s surface from Cassini Radar SAR and radiometry data. Italian Space Agency (ASI), Rome, Italy (April).
2009 Cassini Solstice Mission, Education, Cassini Scientist for a Day - International Edition, NASA/JPL, Pasadena, California: http://saturn.jpl.nasa.gov/education/scientistforaday8thedition/international/; Introduction Videos - Italian: http://saturn.jpl.nasa.gov/files/Italian_640x360_cc1.mov (September).
2014 GIS Applications in Natural Resource Management. College of Agriculture, Forestry and Natural Resource Management, University of Hawaii, Hilo, HI (two-days workshop).
2012-2013 GIS Consultant, HI-SEES Program K-12 education, The Kohala Center, HI.
2011-2014 Director-Organizer, Hawaii Island Users GIS Bi-Annual Workshop, HI.
2010 GIS application in watershed management with ArcGIS10.0: Hydrology and Watershed Management. Applied Technical Education Division (ATE) Laboratory, University of Hilo, HI (two-days workshop).
1996 Introduction to ArcView GIS and Geodatabases. Province of Asti, Italy (three-days workshop).
Technical Reports/ Manuals
2017 Amitahba Ghosh, Anne Raugh, Denton Ebel, Grayzeck Edwin, Law, Emily, Flora Paganelli, Katherine Crombie, Lisa Gaddis, Matthew Tiscareno, Ralph McNutt, Renee Weber, Ross Beyer, Thomas Morgan, Stein Thomas. The NASA Planetary Data System Roadmap Study for 2017-2026. https://pds.jpl.nasa.gov/roadmap/PlanetaryDataSystemRMS17-26_20jun17.pdf
2004 Paganelli, F. 2004. RADARSAT-1 and Landsat-ETM data integration and analysis for environmental impact assessment in the Sudbury area - GIS database for risk assessment. CGS – Sudbury Assessment report, pp. 25.
2003 Paganelli, F. 2003. RADARSAT-1 and ASTER data fusion and analysis to aid bauxite exploration in North Western Australia: surface characterization by spectral analysis, classification, DEM extraction and modeling. CCRS/ALCAN mining report, pp. 30.
2003 Paganelli, F., Grunsky, E.C. and Richards, J.P. 2003. Structural interpretation of RADARSAT-1 principal components imagery and its potential application to kimberlite exploration in the Buffalo Head Hills area, north central Alberta. Alberta Energy and Utilities Board, EUB/AGS Special Report, pp. 59: http://www.ags.gov.ab.ca/publications/SPE/PDF/SPE_021.PDF
2000-2002 Paganelli, F. ArcView Practical Tutorials – Remote Sensing and GIS, Department of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences (UofA internal material).
1996 Paganelli, F. Monitoring spectral characteristics of vegetation canopies influenced by anthropogenic dust deposition using integrated spectral and chemical data in Karvina forest ecosystem (Czech Republic). Report Human Capital and Mobility Program of the European Community "Synergy of Remotely Sensed Data": European Scientific Research Network, pp.90. Published M.Sc. Thesis, ITC.
International Journal of Environmental protection and Policy
Journal of Remote Sensing of the Environment
Journal of Geophysical Research-Planets
Journal of Selected Topics in Applied Earth Observations and Remote Sensing
Planetary and Space Science
Division of Planetary Sciences, American Astronomical Society
American Geophysical Union/European Geophysical Union
IEEE Remote Sensing Society
International Society for Digital Earth
Coding languages: Python, Fortran
Exoplanet Characterization Toolkit (ExoCTK)
Remote sensing packages and extensions: ENVI, ERDAS, PCI
GIS platforms: ArcGIS and QGIS
Mother tongue: Italian
Foreign languages (Common European Framework of Reference for Languages -CEF)
English - C2 (Mastery/Fluent)
French - C1/B2 (Effective Operational Proficiency/Vantage)
Spanish - B1/A2 (Threshold/Waystage)
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