Stefano Gandolfi has been an Associate Professor in topography and cartography since 2006 at the Engineering Faculty of the University of Bologna (Italy). He received his high school degree in telecommunications in 1987, a degree in physics at the University of Bologna, Italy, in 1993, and a Ph.D. degree in geodetic and topographic sciences in 1997. He was a Researcher in topography and cartography from 2000 to 2006 at the Engineering Faculty of the Bologna University (Italy), and he has participated in 6 antarctic expeditions with the Italian National Program for Antarctic Research. Since 2007, he has been a Member of the Scientific Committee of SIFET (Italian Society of Photogrammetry and Topography). Since 2011, he has been a Member of the Scientific Committee of ASITA (Italian Federation of the Scientific Associations for the Environmental and Territorial Informations). Since 2008, he has been a Member of the Editorial Board of Applied Geomatics (Springer). Since 2009, he has been the President of the Committee for the General Services of the Engineering Faculty of the Bologna University. Moreover, he is the co(author) of about 100 papers published on national and international reviews or proceedings. His research activities include studies on accuracy and precision in different conditions of mobile mapping systems, use of lidar for quarry monitoring, studies on GNSS precise point positioning technique, development of software for GNSS Planning (Skyplot_DEM), setup and maintenance of network of GNSS permanent stations for postprocessing and real-time (RTK) techniques, and terrestrial survey methods for the control of ground deformation and subsidence phenomena in real time and in postprocessing.
Biography Updated on 28 December 2011