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     Date Submitted:27-05-2019
     Last Modified:27-05-2019 (07:22)
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     Current job:Project Manager
     Employment Term:Either
     Job location:Europe only
     Date available:within a month
     Industry:Civil Agencies/International Organizations, , , Consulting/Engineering Services
     KeywordsRemote sensing, earth observation, algorithms, project management, SW development, R&D


    Sex Male | Date of birth 12/08/1968 | Nationality Italian




    From October 2018


    MIUR; The Italian Ministry of Public Instruction and Scientific Research

    Contract teacher of Physics at Scientific High School


    Business or sector Education, public sector

    From March 2008 to June 2018

    Remote sensing expert; SW & System engineer; Project Manager

    OHB Italia (formerly Carlo Gavazzi Space), Milano (Italy)

    (currently, since 2008) PRISMA:  The Italian Hyperspectral mission (ASI).


    Responsible of the Mission Ground Segment development.

    The PRISMA Ground Segment is developed, in the frame of the PRISMA program, by a joint venture composed by Telespazio and ACS and includes main contributions by LEONARDO, Planetek, E-Geos, VEGA. The PRISMA Ground Segment is mainly composed by the Satellite Control System and the Mission Control Center (Telespazio responsibility to be located at Fucino Space Center), and by the Data Reception and Processing Center (ACS responsibility, to be located at ASI Centro Nazionale Multimissione of Matera).

    Responsible of data processors development.

    Development of raw data decryption, image quicklook and Level 2 (atmospheric corrected images) processors, including requirements, design and algorithms definitions, SW development management and SW qualifications.

    Responsible of the products validation.

    Definition of the products validation procedures within the mission commissioning plan to be then executed during the commissioning phase. The validation procedures are based on an original approach that foresee the collection of ground truth measurements on specific natural targets suitably selected in the surrounding of atmospheric sounding stations (i.e. belonging to Aeronet network) and is specifically designed to minimize the validation time and effort and to maximize the quantity and the meaningfulness of the comparison measurements also from the statistic point of view.

    Responsible of the management of the subcontractors (big-medium companies) and the providers (medium-small companies and HW, services and consumable providers) involved in the Ground Segment development from technical, managerial and contractual point of view.

    Supporting proposal and ECP/CCN phases.

    (2013-2015) OPSIS, the Italian Very High Resolution optical mission (ASI); phase A/B1:


    Responsible for the Mission/System SW simulator, mission analysis and user segment;

    Responsible of the management of the providers (medium-small companies).

    Responsible of the mission user requirements survey and definition.

    (2008-2012) SIGRI. The Italian Pilot project for Natural Fires detection, monitoring and assessment from multi-source satellite data (ASI).


    Project Manager, WebGIS services and applications products development.

    Responsible of the management of the entire project.

    Responsible of the management of the relationships with the end users (the Italian Civil Protection Department)

    Responsible of the management of all subcontractors (medium-small companies and two Italian research entities), the customer and of the providers (medium-small companies, SW, HW and services providers).

    (2010-2011) SPACEGRID. ESA funded study of satellite remote sensing applications for power lines management and monitoring:


    Optical remote sensing specialist for building and vegetation monitoring close the power lines; development of feasibility study and prototype service for vegetation and buildings monitoring by using Very High Resolution Optical images.

    (2008 – present) Supporting market development and tenders process


    Business or sector Aerospace, Remote Sensing, GIS, user services


    From April 2007 to February 2008

    Team manager

    GMSpazio, Rome (Italy)

    Managing definition, development and provision of products and services for the Italian Public Administration based on high resolution satellite images:

    MISTRALS: Definition, development and operations of an operational satellite based service dedicated to illegal buildings detection by change detection on multi-temporal multi-sensor high resolution images (EROS-B, Ikonos, QuickBird, Spot5, Aerial Photos) for the Campania Regional Administration

    SITA: Generation and provision of HiRes Orthorectified Images for the Satellite National images DB of the Carabinieri Corp.

    Cartography update based on HiRes images (EROS-B) for local entities (municipalities, provinces)


    Business or sector Services for the Public Administration, Aerospace, GIS, Remote Sensing


    From February 1998 to March 2007

    Team manager, Project Manager, QA Manager, SW developer

    Kell, Rome (Italy)

    Management of the Earth Observation development team (up to 15 people).

    Previously: Wide activity in prototyping, developing and validating data processing SW modules, data processing algorithms definition, implementation and validation, project development activities.


    Participation to several research and development projects at both national and international level (funded by: ESA, UN, EC, ASI the Italian Space Agency, the Italian Ministry of Research) as field expert, SW programmer, algorithms expert, researcher, project and team leader. These projects include:

    Cosmo-Skymed (Telespazio/ASI): Development of Co-registering and Interferometric operational processors.

    Role: Project leader, team leader, field expert:

    Duties: drafting requirements, algorithms analysis and definition, responsible of SW development, integration, tests and delivery.

    WIN (EU DG INFSO): IT platform for multi-risk support.

    Team leader, researcher and field expert: drafting requirements, research, definition development and validation of innovative algorithms for image mining and features extraction from remote sensed images, oil spills detection from PolSAR images and relative SW prototypes development.

    Terramar2 (ESA-ESRIN): Envisat RA2 products Quality Control system.

    Team leader and field expert: drafting requirements, defining and developing data processing algorithms, system test, delivery, responsible of the system maintenance.

    ETIV-Fuegosat (ESA-ESRIN): Toolbox for the detection and monitoring of wildfires from geostationary satellites images.

    Team leader and field expert: defining and developing cloud detection/masking algorithms and SW.

    W-MED: Development of a prototype service based on integration of Satellite and buoys measurements for sea state short term forecasting and nowcasting.

    Field expert. Drafting methods and algorithms.

    AirFire (customer: ESA-ESRIN): Wildfires hyperspectral measurements campaign.

    Field expert and researcher: development of the methodology to detect wildfires by potassium emission signature in the NIR band of the hyperspectral measurement and related signal modeling.

    FDEarth (ESA-ESTEC): FPGA based parallel computer for satellite image processing.

    Project leader, Team leader and field expert: drafting requirements, top level architectural design, definition of the parallel image processing algorithms and development of relative SW prototypes (pattern recognition applied to oil spills detection, target detection, hot spots detection), managing HW development, system tests.

    WAGRIT (ASI): Internet/GIS prototype platform to support agriculture cadastral activities.

    Project leader, Team Leader, researcher and field expert: drafting requirements, top level architecture definition, research, definition, development and validation of innovative algorithms for segmentation of remote sensed images and vegetation classification (including hyperpsectral images), SW prototypes development, system tests.

    HypSEO (Telespazio/ASI): Hyperspectral experimental satellite mission.

    Team leader and field expert supporting Telespazio development team: research, definition, development and validation of innovative algorithms for hyperspectral images processing (atmospheric correction, spectral unmixing), development of relative SW prototypes and their validation using real images (MIVIS, AVIRIS).

    Team leader for developing a web based archive of hyperpectral images, thematic layers and cartographic.

    Cosmo-Skymed Phase B (Telespazio/ASI): Phase B study of the Ground segment facilities of Comso-Skymed mission.

    Team leader and field expert supporting Telespazio development team: drafting requirements, research and definition of SAR and optic images processing algorithms for cartographic, marine and atmospheric applications. Products definition.

    Envisat new products(Telespazio/ASI): A research to define innovative algorithms and products derived by Envisat optical sensors.

    Researcher and Team leader supporting Telespazio development team: research, definition and preliminary validation of innovative algorithms for data processing and data fusion of Envisat optical sensors measurements (SCIAMACHY, MERIS, AATSR) in order to derive new atmospheric products.

    GASP e SYSGOME (Telespazio/ESA-ASI): Prototyping and engineering a GOME aerosol processing chain.

    Team leader, field expert and researcher supporting Telespazio development team: research, definition, development and validation of GOME/PMD cloud-clearing algorithm and of a MODTRAN based algorithm to determine columnar aerosol content of the atmosphere by GOME UV-Vis spectra.


    Company Quality Assurance Manager

    QA company certification (ISO-9000): definition of the company QA procedures, ISO-9000 certification and maintenance.


    Managing relationships with national and international industrial customers and public bodies.

    Supporting large Italian aerospace and TLC companies development activities (Telespazio, Alcatel Alenia Space).

    Moderate Scientific activity in the frame of remote sensing. About 20 papers and conferences proceedings in various themes of radar and optical remote sensing methodologies and applications. Tutoring of undergraduate students internships. Giving small courses and seminars at University. Participating and giving presentations to national and international conferences and workshops.


    Business or sector Aerospace, Remote Sensing, SW systems




    from Nov. 1987- to Mar. 1997)



    Degree (MSc) with honors in Oceanography and Remote Sensing at University of Naples “Parthenope”, Italy (formerly Istituto Universitario Navale): March 1997

    The degree is fully equivalent to an engineering and/or physics course providing both technical and scientific notions. The main degree themes were: Advanced Mathematics, Physics, Numerical Calculus, remote sensing, radar, Geosciences (Physical Oceanography, Meteorology, Underwater Acoustic, Geodesy, Cartography), Electromagnetism and electronics.

    Thesis work in satellite oceanography dealing about the development of a new radar cross section semi-empirical model and its preliminary validation over Mediterranean Sea, using ERS-1 scatterometer measurements and ECMWF wind field data.


    Participation to basic course of “ArcGIS PRO” (three days, 2018)

    Participation to professional course of “Orthorectification of Satellite images” (one week, 2006)

    Participation to professional course of “SME management” (three months, 2005)

    Participation to two oceanographic campaigns (1995, 1996).

    Participation to several seminars, workshops and short courses in the field of remote sensing (i.e. university seminars, course on SAR Polarimetry, national and international workshops on remote sensing and relevant applications).




    Mother tongue(s)


    Other language(s)

    English, French (basic), Spanish (basic)

    Communication skills

    Good communication skills gained through my experience acquired during international projects and meetings, participation to international workshops and seminars


    Organisational / managerial skills

    Responsible of small project team (up to 10-15 people), responsible of National projects with industrial and scientific external members as subcontractors/partners


    Job-related skills

    Remote sensing specialist with almost 20 years of experience in research and development projects for the main European Space Agencies and Large Aerospace Industries.

    Deep knowledge of satellite remote sensing systems and their applications.

    Self-motivated, interested in explore new professional possibilities to improve their knowledge and career.

    Very good interpersonal skills, customer relationships, large experience in working in international both scientific and industrial teams.

    “Small team” leading capabilities, development of innovative ideas, national and international fund raising.

    Deep education background in physic oceanography, satellite oceanography and remote sensing of the environment. Good command of quality control processes (formerly responsible for quality certification and management of the company)


    In depth knowledge of satellite and aerial remote sensing techniques and applications.

    Electromagnetic modelling in optical and MW bands. Radiative transfer model of the atmosphere. Inversion problems. Knowledge of numerical problems solving techniques.

    Very good knowledge of applied geophysics, oceanography, meteorology and of image processing techniques.

    Very good capability of analysis, design and development of data and images processing SW systems. SW prototyping.

    Project development standards, national and international. ESA, ASI and EU rules.

    Good knowledge of international development standards (ISO 9000, ISO 12207, 19xxx, ECSS)


    Analysis, development and validation of innovative Earth-observation data processing algorithms.

    Specific expertise in the following fields of remote sensing:

    Medium and high resolution images processing and exploitations (Copernicus-Sentinel, EROS, Ikonos, Quickbird, Landsat, SPOT, IRS-P6, Kompsat, Aster, Worldview, GeoEye, aerial photos)

    Hyper-Spectral images processing and exploitations (Hyperion, MIVIS, AVIRIS, SIM-GA)

    Super-Spectral and Spectrometers data processing and exploitations (MODIS, MERIS, AVHRR, Meteosat, MSG, ATSR, AATSR, GOES, SCIAMACHY, GOME)

    SAR and PolSAR images processing and exploitations (ERS-1/2, ASAR, SIR-C, SRTM, Cosmo-SkyMED)

    Active and Passive MW sensors data processing and exploitations (MWR, Scatterometer, Radar Altimeter)

    Data and images processing (georeferencing, orthorectification, co-registration, mosaiking, calibration, radiometric correction, atmospheric correction, spectral and spatial unmixing)

    Image processing (Feature extraction, pattern recognition, segmentation, edge detection, classification, Hot spots detection, data fusion)

    Geophysics and value added information retrieval (aerosol, trace gases, cloud masking, fire detection, vegetation classification, oil spill detection, wind and waves measurement, surface albedo, soil spectral signatures classification)

    Electromagnetic numerical modeling in the optical and MW bands of: atmosphere, ocean surface and subsurface, land, vegetation, radiative transfer inversion.

    Applications in the field of: oceanography, atmospheric sciences, agriculture and cadastre, geology, cartography, atmospheric pollution, marine pollution and oil spills, monitoring and defense of ecosystems, integration of heterogeneous data by GIS and Internet/GIS platforms.

    SW, prototyping and system development for Earth Observation applications and GIS

    Managing projects and small development teams. Undergraduate students tutoring.

    Research and development.

    Computer skills

    Very good knowledge of UNIX/Linux (Sun Solaris, HP UX, Digital Unix), Windows operating systems. Elementary knowledge of MacOS and Vax VMS.

    In depth knowledge of FORTRAN and IDL programming. Basic knowledge of C, C++, Matlab, HTML, Relational DataBases and SQL. Elementary knowledge of object oriented languages and UML.

    Very good knowledge of ENVI, PCI-Geomatica and GIS tools (ESRI suite, open-source/freeware).

    In depth knowledge of common Windows and Linux office automation packages and Internet tools.

    Good practice in using requirements management tools (DOORS) and UML modelling techniques for SW system design.

    Driving licence

    No Driving licence (driving licence type B expired)










    Honours and awards



    Main publications and conferences proceedings:


    An Integrated System for the Strategic Spaceborne Management of Forest Fire Risk – SIGRI

    Ferrucci F.; Trunfio G. A.; Fortunato G.; Amelio M.; Colandrea P.; Tampellini M.L.; Hirn B.; Di Bartola C.; Laneve G.; Jahjah M.; Aurigemma R.; Muto S.; Iavarone L.; Battazza F.

    Proceedings of the 18th Ka and Broadband Communications, Navigation and Earth Observation Conference

    24-27 Settembre 2012

    Statistical Classification for Assessing PRISMA Hyperspectral Potential for Agricultural Land Use

    Umberto Amato, Anestis Antoniadis, Maria Francesca Carfora, Paolo Colandrea, Vincenzo Cuomo, Monica Franzese, Stefano Pignatti, and Carmine Serio


    P. Colandrea. MISTRALS: Operational monitoring of illegal buildings by satellite images over Campania Region. EURISY Conference: “Future Challenges for Local and Regional Authorities: How can Space Technology help?” Barcelona, 29-30 May 2007

    P. Colandrea, U. Amato, M. F. Carfora, M. Franzese, G. Manoni, S. Pignatti, A. Salvati, C. Serio: "WAGRIT: Web per i controlli AGRIcoli e del Territorio". 8th National Conference ASITA: GEOMATIC - Standardization, interoperability and new technologies; Rome, Dec. 14-17th 2004 (in Italian).

    M. Franzese, U. Amato, A. Antoniadis, M.F. Carfora, P. Colandrea, G. Manoni, S. Pignatti, C. Serio: "Classification and segmentation of multispectral vegetation images" IEEE GOLD Conference, 2004.

    Bartoloni A., M. F. Buongiorno, A. Canestro, P. Colandrea, P. G. Esposito M. Mochi, M. Musacchio, M. Silvestri, E. Zappitelli: "An Unmixing Approach to the Atmospheric Corrections of HypSEO Hyperspectral Data" accepted to IGARSS' 02

    Migliaccio M., Colandrea P.: "Error estimates for a histogram in scatterometer geophysical model function estimation" communication to IEEE Trans. on geosc. and rem. sens., Vol. 40, No. 1, January 2002

    Bartoloni A., Colandrea P., Greco B., Mochi M., Pasquali F.: "A New Technique for the Data Fusion of Iper-Spectral Measurements", IGARSS 2000, Honolulu (HI), July 2000.

    Bartoloni A., Colandrea P., Di Nisio N., Loizzo R., Mochi M., Pasquali F: "SYSGOME: A Processing System for Aerosol Optical Thickness Product Generation at I-PAF", IGARSS 2000, Honolulu (HI), July 2000.

    Cervino M., Cattani E., Torricella F., Mochi M., Cerchia D., Colandrea P., Silvestri M.: "Synergistic use of MERIS and SCIAMACHY instruments on board of ENVISAT-1: a test case with simulated data", 2000 EUMETSAT Meteorological Satellite Data Users" Conference , Bologna, Italia, May, 29 - June, 2 2000.

    Bartoloni A., Colandrea P., Loizzo R., Mochi M., Santantonio N., Zappitelli E., Cervino M.: "SYSGOME: Operative Processing Chain for Aerosol Optical Thickness Product Generation at I-PAF", 2000 EUMETSAT Meteorological Satellite Data Users" Conference, Bologna, Italia, May, 29 - June, 2 2000.

    Cervino M., Levizzani V., Serafini C., Bartoloni A., Mochi M., Colandrea P., Greco B.: "Cloud Fraction within GOME Footprint using a Refined Cloud Clearing Algorithm", Advance in Space Research, Vol. 25, Issue 5, January 2000, pp. 993-996.

    Bartoloni A., Colandrea P., Greco B., Loizzo R., Mochi M., Santantonio N., Silvestri M., Zappitelli E.: "Improvement of the ERS-2 GOME Spatial Resolution for the Retrieval of Aerosol Optical Thickness by the Combined Use of the Spectral Array and the Polarisation Measurement Device", Fusion of Earth Data Symposium, Sophia Antipolis, January, 26-28-2000

    Bartoloni A., Colandrea P., Migliaccio M.: "On the Sea Radar Cross Section Relationship for Scatterometer Applications", Proceedings of Engineering/Operational Workshop of Ocean Wave Data (COST 714), UNESCO, Paris, September 21-25, 1998.

    Migliaccio M., Colandrea P.: "On the Radar Cross Section Data Binning"; IGARSS '98 Proceedings, July 1998.

    M. Cervino, V. Levizzani, C. Serafini, A. Bartoloni, M. Mochi, P. Colandrea, and B.Greco: "Cloud Detection With GOME: A Refinement of the Cloud Clearing Algorithm Using ATSR2 Images", IGARSS '98 Proceedings, July 1998.

    Migliaccio M., Colandrea P., Bartoloni A., D'Amelio C.: "On a New Relationship between Radar Cross Section and Wind Speed Using ERS-1 Scatterometer Data and ECMWF Analysis Data over the Mediterranean Sea", IGARSS'97 Proceedings, August 1997.


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