University of Padua

Reviewers: 255

4th in Italy

Reviews: 2616

6th in Italy

Merit: 8118

6th in Italy

Openness: 4.2

10th in Italy

Journal Editors at University of Padua

Reviewers from University of Padua

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    Enrico Valerio

    Pediatric Intensive Care Unit, Ospedale San Bortolo, Vicenza, Italy

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    I am a surgical oncologist and I work at the Department of Surgery Oncology and Gastroenterology of the University of Padova (Italy).

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    Lorenzo Marini

    I am a researcher at the University of Padova with a strong focus on applied ecology in terrestrial ecosystems. My main research interests include the impact of global change on species, populations, and communities and the ecosystem services they provide. I work with a wide spectrum of taxonomic groups including both plants and insects. I often apply a multi-scale approach investigating processes at the local, landscape, and biogeographical scales.

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    Paolo Tarolli

    Paolo Tarolli is Associate Professor at University of Padova. He has held Visiting Professor positions at several universities (e.g. China University of Geosciences in Beijing, National Cheng Kung University, EPFL). He is Chair of the NH subdivision "NH6: Remote Sensing & Hazards" and SSS subdivision "SSS12: Material and Methods in Soil Science" at European Geosciences Union (EGU). He is expert in digital terrain analysis, human-Earth interactions, Earth surface processes analysis through high-resolution topography, natural hazards, shallow landslides, hydro-geomorphology, geomorphic features extraction in alpine and floodplain context, anthropogenic feature extraction in anthropogenic landscapes, LiDAR and Structure from Motion applications, and GIS. Tarolli is Editor of the journal Natural Hazards and Earth System Sciences (Copernicus), Associate Editor of Journal of Mountain Sciences (Springer), and Editorial Board Member of Earth Surface Processes & Landforms (Wiley), Remote Sensing (MDPI), Anthropocene (Elsevier), Heliyon (Elsevier), and Land Degradation & Development (Wiley). He is author, since year of PhD (2006), of 61 papers (2 invited review articles, 5 special issue editorials) published and in press in international peer reviewed journals. He gave 16 invited talks (2 keynote talks) in high-ranking international research institutions and foreign Academies (i.e. EPFL, AgroParisTech, Massey University, National Cheng Kung University, China University of Geosciences in Beijing, Chinese Academy of Sciences, University of Innsbruck), and at international meeting (IGC, AAG, ISPRS, RGS-IBG, AOGS-AGU). He served as a reviewer of U.S. National Science Foundation (NSF), International Swiss National Science Foundation (SNSF), Netherlands Organization for Scientific Research (NWO), Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada, FWF Austrian Science Fund, EU Commission research projects. He is member of the European Geoscience Union, British Society for Geomorphology, American Geophysical Union, Asia Oceania Geosciences Society (AOGS).

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    Tullio Vardanega

    Tullio Vardanega currently is an associate professor at the Department of Mathematics of the University of Padua, Italy, which he joined in January 2002. He holds a master degree in Computer Science obtained at the University of Pisa, Italy, in 1986, and a PhD in Computer Science obtained at the Technical University of Delft, Netherlands, while working at European Space Agency Research and Technology Centre (ESA/ESTEC). After working as project leader in a software consultancy firm in Pisa from November 1986 to June 1991, he was with ESA/ESTEC from July 1991 to December 2001, holding responsibilities for research and technology transfer projects ranging from software engineering methods and tools to real-time systems theory and technology, for use in the production of the software embedded onboard satellite platforms and launcher avionics. At the University of Padua he joined the Department of Mathematics where he took on teaching and research responsibilities in the areas of high-integrity real-time systems, quality of service under real-time constraints and software engineering methods, including model-driven engineering and component-based development, and related processes. He has been running a score of research projects in the areas of his research interests on funding from international and national organizations. He has been a member of IEEE for the last 20 years. He is the Italian representative in ISO/IEC JTC1/SC22, the international standardization subcommittee for programming languages, their environments and system software interfaces, where he is especially active in WG9 (Ada) and WG23 (Programming Language Vulnerabilities). Since 2004 he is president of Ada-Europe, a Europe-based for-profit organization that promotes the use and the knowledge of Ada in academic and research establishments.

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    Francesco Marinello

    Francesco Marinello got MS degree (110/110) in Mechanical Engineering, from University of Padova (Italy) in 2003. In 2003 had a 6 months scholarship at the Department of Electronic Engineering (University of Padova). From 2004 to 2007 had doctorate in Manufacturing Engineering in joint supervision with the Univ. of Padova and the Techn. Univ. of Denmark (DTU). The final thesis was awarded with the first prize at the Regional Prize for Innovation 2007. In 2007 has been Visiting Assistant Professor at IPL (DTU), in connection with the EU-project “Universal and Flexible 3D Coordinate Metrology and Nano Components Production”. From 2007 to 2010 had a four years research fellowship at the Department of Manufacturing Engineering and Management (Univ. of Padova) for a project of project on metrology and development of standards for thin films characterization), in collaboration with Veneto Interuniversity Centre for Nanotechnology (CIVEN). In 2011-2012 has been working in a private company (Metersit srl) as metrology responsible. Since 2012 is researcher at the University of Padova, in the field of agricultural mechanics, and adjuncted professor with three courses on Agricultural Mechanics, Precision Farming and Applied Statistics.