Water resource management with the
FREEWAT platform integrated in QGIS
Università degli Studi «Federico II» di Napoli
Scuola Politecnica e delle Scienze di Base
Complesso Universitario di San Giovanni a Teduccio
Naples (Italy) - 4-5 July, 2017
PhD School of Astrophysics “Francesco Lucchin”
Stellar Explosion: Novelty and Rarity
Cosmology with Large Surveys
Naples (Italy) - May 23-27, 2016
Advances in remote sensing for cultural heritage from site detection, to documentation and risk monitoring
ESA (European Space Agency) and EARSel (European Association of Remote Sensing Laboratories)
and CNR (Department of Earth and Environment)
Frascati (Rome) - Italy
Pavia 2015 International Summer School
on Data Fusion
2015 IEEE Geoscience and
Remote Sensing Society Summer School (GR4S) on
'' Data Fusion for Risk Mapping ''
Department of Electrical, Computer and Biomedical Engineering
University of Pavia, Italy July 23-24, 2015
"Use and manage SAR data in defence and security applications"
ROME (31, March 2015)
FRINGE 2015 Workshop
Advances in the Science and Applications of SAR Interferometry and
Sentinel-1 InSAR Workshop.
ESA (European Space Agency) and ESRIN (European Space Research Institute) Frascati (Rome) - Italy March 23-27, 2015
Campi Flegrei monitored by Sentinel-1
Workshop: "Mathematical Modelling with MATLAB"
ROME (10, June 2014)
CINECA – Consortium of universities
SCAI – SuperComputing Applications and Innovation Department
Via dei Tizii, 6 – 00185 Rome - (Italy)
Introduction to HPC Scientific Programming Tools and Techniques (April 9-13, 2014)
Introduction to Scientific and Technical Computing in C++
(November 13-15, 2013)
Introduction to C Programming Language for Scientific Applications
Gfg2 Summer School - Potsdam, Germany -
July 01- 03, 2013
Summer School 2013
Fundamentals and applications of the Global Navigation Satellite System as a powerful tool for remote sensing and Earth observation.
Global Navigation Satellite System
SPACE TECHNOLOGY AND PUBLIC HEALTH
Satellite technologies are a natural ally in public health emergencies for tracking the extent of disease outbreaks and natural disasters. Great advances have been made in space technology in the past decade, and these advances have become useful for addressing humanitarian crises. The chief of these is using satellites to obtain images of a disaster zone quickly (earthquake or water-flood e.g.), so that rescue workers can focus their efforts where they are needed. But there are other uses of satellites. Space technology applications to combat and even forecast the spread of disease are also fundamental instruments in ensuring the health of current and future generations. Disease agents and their vectors each have particular environments that are optimal for growth, survival, transport, and dissemination. Factors such as precipitation, temperature, humidity, and ultraviolet radiation intensity are part of that environment. Each of these climatic factors can have markedly different impacts on the epidemiology of various infectious diseases. Satellite remote sensing, global navigation satellite systems (GNSS), and geographic information systems (GIS) make it easier to integrate ecological, environmental and other data to predict the spread of diseases. There were approximately 1,400 infectious diseases in the world, some of which were the main causes of mortality in developing countries, and that "a full half" of the world's population lived in infected areas. Malaria alone infected 219 million people in 2010, triggering the death of 660 000 (http://www.who.int/research/en/)
. In this case, satellite data had also been used to measure temperature, humidity and vegetation, in order to estimate how many people were at risk. That data was then combined with terrestrial and in situ data on selected rural villages to estimate how many villagers were in danger of infection. Other vector- and water-borne disease and epidemics, which are affected by climate and meteorological conditions, such as meningitis and cholera, cause serious disruptions to society and constitute a major burden on national health systems. Earth-observing satellites provide a transnational picture of vector-borne diseases, irrespective of national frontiers. Space-based data also help scientists to predict high-risk areas before outbreaks occur, and new satellite platforms result in a better idea of risk factors and allow experts to make more informed decisions.
ECDL GIS certification
GIS Certificate n. GIS000834
Naples (Italy) - December 16, 2011
module 1: Cartography
module 2: Geographic Information Systems (GIS)
module 3: Use of a GIS software (ArcGIS 10)
Università degli Studi di Napoli "Federico II"
Master's Degree in Physics, Theoretical Physics
March 25, 2010
Teorie Gravitazionali in Extra Dimensioni
I study the gravitational theory considering the space-time with only one space-type extra dimension. I study the Kaluza-Klein theory and the brane-world theory where I analize the ADD (Arkani-Hamed, Dimopoulus, Dvali) model and in particular the RS (Randall-Sundrum) models. Basic idea of Randall-Sundrum brane world model I and II is reviewed with detailed calculation. After introduction the brane world with exponential warp factor, metrics of Randall-Sundrum models are constructed. I explain how Randall-Sundrum model I with two branes makes the gauge hierarchy problem much milder, and derive Newtonian gravity in Randall-Sundrum model II with a single brane by considerending small fluctuations.
1. Extra dimensioni e lunghezza di Planck
2. La teoria di Kaluza-Klein
3. Teoria delle Brane World
4. Il modello ADD
5. I modelli di Randall e Sundrum
File Tesi Dettaglio Tesi Slides
Marie Curie Research Training Network
"Constituents, Fundamental Forces and Symmetries of the Universe"
2nd Workshop and Midterm Meeting
University of Naples "Federico II" - October 9 -13, 2006
National School of Astronomy Technology
INAF (National Institute for Astrophysics), OAC (Astronomical Observatory of Capodimonte - Naples) - September 23 -28, 2002
Course 2002: Instruments, techniques and methods for high spatial resolution imaging and high spectral resolution in ground-based astronomy.