“Machine learning and remote sensing: from physics to applied electromagnetics” will be jointly given by Dr F.Conventi and Dr. A.Buono.
The seminar will focus on machine learning methods and their potential applications in the field of remote sensing with special emphasis on microwave remote sensing for maritime applications (Seminar 28 Nov 2017 YP).
Dr F. Coventi is Assistant professor in physics at Università di Napoli Parthenope and he is affiliated with CERN Laboratory in Geneve. His main expertise is on data analysis in particle physics and searches for new physics beyond the Standard Model (Higgs boson, supersymmetry, dark matter, extra-dimensions, WIMPs, etc) at CERN particle physics collider mostly focused on the LHC physics program at CERN that up to know is the most powerful collider in the world. He was in the ATLAS data analysis group that discovered the Higgs boson.
Dr A. Buono is a research fellow at Università di Napoli Parthenope and his main expertise concerns electromagnetic modeling, polarimetric SAR data analysis, and remote sensing for marine and maritime applications (target detection, coastline extraction, and oil field monitoring).