De Biasio Francesco

De Biasio Francesco Graduated in Physics in 1993, he is currently researcher at the National Research Council, Institute of Polar Sciences (CNR-ISP). He has over 20 years of experience in the field of marine meteorology at the micro- and meso-scale, through the use of remote sensing with active microwave instruments in the marine environment, on satellite and on observation platforms during campaigns at sea (Adriatic Sea: Acqua Alta tower, platforms ENI; Kikeneiz research platform on the Black Sea).
He deals with analyzing historical series of meteorological-marine data acquired both through in situ and remote sensing data. He is co-author of some works on wind characterization at the air-sea interface through the analysis of SAR images with the continuous wavelets technique. He participated in the MIUR RITMARE project dealing with the acquisition and interpretation of remote sensing scatterometric data for the determination of the wind at the sea surface.
He participated in the ESA eSurge-Venice project on the expansion of the possibility of using satellite data to predict storm surges. Recently he has carried out research in the ESA Sea Level Climate Change Initiative (SL_CCI), in carrying out the ESA SL_CCI Bridging Phase project, dealing with applications of satellite altimetry.
He participates in the ESA Radar Altimetry for the Coastal Zone and Inland Waters project, which involves the development of specific applications of SAR satellite altimetry in coastal areas and inland waters.
He has been the scientific manager of three research projects funded by the Tide Forecasting and Reporting Center (Municipality of Venice). His main scientific interests include microwave remote sensing of the marine environment and the interpretation of synthetic aperture radar images; continuous wavelet transformation techniques; time series analysis of wind, sea level and backscatter radar; storm surge forecasts; complementarity of atmospheric modeling and satellite remote sensing. He is the author/co-author of more than 30 indexed products (source Scopus) as articles published in international journals or as acts of international conferences. Its scientific production can be quantified by a number of citations equal to 242 and an h-index equal to 9 (source Scopus).

Scopus - Author ID: 6603102453    ORCID http://orcid.org/0000-0002-6250-9588

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