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Nicola Pergola is presently a research scientist at the Institute of Methodologies for Environmental Analysis of the National Research Council, leading the IMAA Satellite Remote Sensing Laboratory – “Geohazards” Unit. He was member of the “core team” Geohazards within the IGOS (Integrated Global Observing Strategy) project. He was scientific coordinator of different national projects and co-investigator of several EU and international (e.g. ESA, NATO, INTAS) Projects. He was recently involved in the FP6 Network of Excellence GMOSS and the STREP GRIDCC project. Presently, he is involved in FP7 GMES projects DORIS_Net, G-MOSAIC and PRE-EARTHQUAKES, where he is part of the coordinating team. He is adjunct professor at University of Basilicata since 2004. His main research interests are in the field of development of advanced satellite data analysis, especially regarding high temporal resolution sensors, like NOAA-AVHRR, EOS-MODIS and MSG-SEVIRI, for environmental research and applications mainly focused to natural hazards and security. Author of about 50 papers on ISI journal and more than 150 publications and proceedings with peer reviewing and international distribution. He serves as referee for several relevant international journals. 

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