Giorgio Dalla Via was born in Varese (Italy) in 1973. He graduated in Physics (2002, Laurea, M.S.) and received his Ph.D. in Geosciences - Solid Earth Geophysics (2006), both at University of Milan, working on co- and post-seismic deformations and gravitational signals and inversion of geophysical data. From 2006 to 2009 Giorgio Dalla Via had been a research fellow at the Department of Geosciences (section of Geophysics) of University of Milan, working on inverse problems dealing with geodetic deformation data set (DInSAR, GPS) and interpretation/modelling of deformations in terms of fault dynamics during the whole seismic cycle (co-, post- and inter-seismic cycle). He worked in several projects funded by the Italian Ministry of University and Research (MIUR) and the Italian Space Agency (ASI). He had been in charge of the R&D for GFIM (Geophysical Inverse-Forward Modelling) package of the SISMA (Seismic Information System for Monitoring and Alert) project funded by ASI. He is author of several papers published in geophysical and physical journals. In 2010 he had also been invited by the ICTP (International Centre for Theoretical Physics) - Earth System Physics Group to complete a research on inter-seismic deformation processes ongoing on the Pollino (Southern Italy) range. From 2010 to 2012 he worked at the Department of Physics at Politecnico di Milano as research fellow, dealing with analysis of hyperspectral images and detection of anomalies due to hydrocarbon seepage in anthropized environments; he also worked on inverse problems of spectral analysis applied to artistic heritage and on innovative image reconstruction algorithms for optical computerized tomography. On 2012 Giorgio has joined the L@RS team working on Remote Sensing techniques and data analysis.
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