Dr. Daniele Sampietro is BOD member and senior researcher in GReD s.r.l. He received is PhD degree with honours in 2009, whit a thesis on the inverse gravimetric problem with GOCE data. He has been principal investigator of the GEMMA project (GOCE Exploitation for Moho Modeling and Application), funded by ESA in the framework of STSE programme from 2011 to 2012. He has been involved in the FP7 project “GAL – Galileo for Gravity” and he in the national project “GOCE-ITALY”. He won the AGLC “Licio Cernoboro” award for young researchers in the “Applied Geophysics” session of the 32nd national conference GNGTS. He has been guest editor of the Vol. 54, n.4, December 2013 of the “Bolletino di Geofisica Teorica ed Applicata”.
The main research activity concerns the processing and interpretation of the Earth’s gravity field with particular attention to the observations of the GOCE satellite mission. Other areas of research include statistical data analysis, with applications to the estimation of the geoid and surveying integrating classical observations with GNSS data.
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