Salvatore Piro received his degree in physics (geophysics) from La Sapienza University (Rome, Italy) in 1979. Between 1981 and 1984 he was a researcher fellow at the Institute of Technologies Applied to Cultural Heritage (CNR-National Research Council – Italy) where he developed the acquisition, elaboration and interpretation techniques for Archaeological Prospection employing Magnetic, Geoelectric and Ground Penetrating Radar methods. Between 1984 till 1995 he was researcher confirmed and from 1995 till now he was senior scientist in the same institute. Between 2002 till now he was Professor of Geophysics for Archaeology in the University La Sapienza (Rome, Italy). His research interest include acquisition and processing of integrated geophysical methods for near surface investigations. He is a member of SEG, EAGE, Near Surface Geophysics, EGU, EEGS and ISAP societies. He is Associate Editor of Near Surface Geophysics, Archaeological Prospection, Journal of Archaeology and International Journal of Geophysics.
Biography Updated on 13 August 2012