Pasquale Imperatore

National Research Council

Pasquale Imperatore received the Laurea degree (summa cum laude) in electronic engineering and a Ph.D. degree in electronic and telecommunication engineering, both from the University of Naples Federico II, Italy, in 2001 and 2010, respectively. He is currently a Research Scientist at the National Research Council (CNR), Institute for Electromagnetic Sensing of the Environment (IREA), Naples, Italy. His research interests include microwave remote sensing and electromagnetic wave propagation and scattering, with particular emphasis on theoretical scattering models, waves in random layered media, SAR data calibration, modeling and processing, SAR interferometry, parallel algorithms, and high-performance computing. Dr. Imperatore is an IEEE Member and a member of the IntechOpen Earth and Planetary Science Scientific Advisory Board. He acts as a reviewer for several peer-reviewed journals. Moreover, he has co-edited two books in the field of remote sensing and geospatial technology.

Pasquale Imperatore

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The pervasive relevance of geospatial information and the development of emerging geospatial technologies offer new opportunity for bridging the gap between remote sensing scientific know-how and end users of products and services. Geospatial technology comprises tools and techniques dealing with the use of spatially referenced information, for the description and modeling of spatial and dynamic phenomena related to the Earth's environment. This book addresses environmental and social applications of geospatial technologies, thus also providing a multidisciplinary perspective on emerging geospatial techniques and tools. It consists of ten chapters offering insight into geospatial technology progress and trends. Authors present several application-oriented studies from various parts of the world, including applications in collaborative geomatics, geospatial statistics, GIS, agriculture, and natural hazard monitoring.

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