Gabriele Candiani was born in Milano (Italy) in 1976. He graduated in 2002 at Politecnico di Milano in Environmental Engineering with a thesis on the simulation of new satellite sensors for the assessment of water quality parameters from satellite data. From 2002 to 2007 he worked for the Institute of Electromagnetic Sensing of Environment of the Italian National Research Council (IREA-CNR). The main research activities included the assessment of water quality parameters from earth observing systems using both statistical approaches and bio-optical modeling. From 2007 to 2010 he worked for the University of Brescia where he received in 2011 the PhD in Information Engineering with a thesis on data assimilation in air quality modeling. The research topic was focused on the integration data from models, ground-based stations and satellite sensors using interpolation methods and data assimilation techniques in the field of air quality. Since 2010 he has been a research assistant at L@RS, working on hyperspectral and multispectral remote sensing data for the study of hydrocarbon exploration and environmental dynamics. He has been involved in many research activities of both National and International relevance. His expertise includes image processing, data assimilation, environmental analysis, modeling and mapping.
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