Marco Gianinetto was born in Milano (Italy) in 1971. He graduated with full legal marks in Environmental Engineering (Laurea) and then achieved a PhD with summa cum laude in Geodesy and Geomatics, both at Politecnico di Milano. Since 2000 Marco is a research scientist within the remote sensing group of Politecnico di Milano and from 2004 to 2009 he has been adjuncted professor of Geographic Information Systems and Remote Sensing. Co-founder of the Laboratory of Remote Sensing (L@RS), now Marco Gianinetto is the team leader of L@RS. His current research interests include multispectral and hyperspectral remote sensing, image processing, environmental analysis and mapping, data fusion, change detection, sensor calibration and validation. Marco Gianinetto has taken part in several research programs of national and international relevance, has been PI, project manager and referee for national and international projects (Italian Ministry of Education, University and Research; Italian Space Agency; Department of Space - Government of India; Centre National d’Études Spatiales, eni S.p.A., Italian Remote Sensing Society, Italian National Research Council) and is author of about 80 technical and scientific publications. Among his main scientific roles, Marco is Editor for the International Journal of Remote Sensing, Editor for the Journal of Applied Remote Sensing, Editor for the International Journal of Navigation and Observation, Editor for the European Journal of Remote Sensing. He won the Young Researcher Award from Politecnico di Milano (2006 and 2007) and the Award for Excellence Emerald Literati Network from Emerald Group Publishing Limited (2009).
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