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  • IREA continues to invest in Big Earth Observation Data processing services
    IREA continues to invest in Big Earth Observation Data processing services Following a public Invitation to Tender open to all DIAS (Data and Information Access Services) platforms, CNR-IREA has signed a new one-year contract with ONDA, one of the DIAS providers, for the provision of Cloud Computing resources in support of a very large surface deformation analysis over Europe carried out with Sentinel-1 images. The ONDA solution, tailored on our needs, includes the procurement of five Virtual Servers with relevant storage volumes and advanced computing capabilities. In addition to the default…
    Written on Wednesday, 04 March 2020 18:49 Read 216 times
  • 9th International Workshop THz-Bio 2020
    9th International Workshop THz-Bio 2020 From April 30 to May 3, 2020, at the “Ettore Majorana Foundation and Center for Scientific Culture” in Erice (Sicily), the 9th International THz-Bio Workshop will take place, in the framework of the activities of the International School of Bioelectromagnetis. Directors of the School are Prof. Ferdinando Bersani, University of Bologna, and Dr. Maria Rosaria Scarfì, CNR-IREA. The aim of the “THz-Bio Workshop” is to bring together scientists from different communities to discuss a broad range of scientific issues in…
    Written on Friday, 28 February 2020 18:07 Read 289 times
  • Special Issue "Advanced Electromagnetic Biosensors for Medical, Environmental and Industrial Applications"
    Special Issue "Advanced Electromagnetic Biosensors for Medical, Environmental and Industrial Applications" Olga Zeni e Stefania Romeo, researchers at IREA-CNR, announce the call of the Special Issue "Advanced Electromagnetic Biosensors for Medical, Environmental and Industrial Applications" of Sensors journal. The interest in and potential of electromagnetic technologies for sensing purposes in medical, environmental, and industrial contexts has been increasing exponentially. The benefits of electromagnetic biosensors include minimally invasive, label-free, and cost-effective monitoring, probing, and treatment. For instance, wearable and implantable sensors for monitoring of vital signs and neural activity represent the key enablers towards personalized medicine and electroceuticals.…
    Written on Wednesday, 26 February 2020 14:38 Read 279 times
  • Special Issue of the International Journal of GeoInformation (IJGI)
    Special Issue of  the International Journal of GeoInformation (IJGI) Gloria Bordogna and Cristiano Fugazza of IREA-CNR announce the call of the Special Issue "Artificial Intelligence for Multisource Geospatial Information" of the International Journal of GeoInformation (IJGI), an international open-access peer-reviewed journal published by MDPI. The Special Issue is devoted to collecting original research contributions focused on the definition and application of Artificial Intelligence methods for acquisition, filtering, management, analysis, discovery, and visualization of geospatial information from multiple sources, i.e., geospatial big data. Key applications are Earth observation for territorial…
    Written on Friday, 19 July 2019 13:39 Read 3369 times
  • Cause-effect relationships between magma and earthquakes during the Etna lateral eruption of December 2018 revealed
    Cause-effect relationships between magma and earthquakes during the Etna lateral eruption of December 2018 revealed The rise of deep magma could be the cause of the seismic swarm that accompanied the 24-27 December 2018 lateral eruption of Mount Etna; this crisis culminated on 26 December with a strong earthquake (ML 4.8) which provoked significant damage in the southeastern region of the volcano. The relationships between magma intrusion and earthquakes are described in a study conducted by Cnr and Ingv, in collaboration with Dpc, published on the international review Geophysical Research Letters. What produced the recent…
    Written on Friday, 31 May 2019 15:20 Read 4605 times
  • A new operational service for monitoring deformations in active volcanoes
    A new operational service for monitoring deformations in active volcanoes Researchers from the Institute of Electromagnetic Sensing of the Environment (IREA) of the National Research Council (CNR) present in Vienna a new operational service developed for monitoring deformations in active volcanoes   Monitoring crustal deformation in active volcanic areas could not be an easy task. Space-borne remote sensing can make the difference with respect to in-situ techniques, due to its capability to provide dense measurements at large spatial scale and at relatively low cost. These results will be presented on April 9th during a…
    Written on Monday, 08 April 2019 15:14 Read 4213 times
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