Dissertation topics suggested by the teacher.
- Use of integrated geomatic techniques (in particular satellite remote sensing, digital aerial photogrammetry, aerial or terrestrial laser scanning) for the purpose of surveying, monitoring and managing data at a territorial scale (urban and/or regional);
- Proximal remote sensing with UAV, thermal remote sensing and other unconventional acquisition systems;
- Remote Sensing applications with optical and radar sensors;
- Surveying of structures/objects in the field of Cultural Heritage by digital photogrammetry or terrestrial 3d scanning systems (e.g. applications in the archaeological field, monitoring of degradation, support for restoration,...);
- 3D modeling to support structural analysis or BIM;
- GIS and numerical cartography achievements (experiences with public administrations, development or comparative evaluation of algorithms, etc.);
- Digital Terrain Models (DTM) and Digital Surface Models (DSM) and their applications in civil and environmental engineering;
- Digital methods applied to the historical cartography for the study of the cartographic data itself or in support of analysis about changes in the territory.
The theses are usually experimental and are supported by research collaborators already active on the topic.
For the purposes of scheduling, it is advisable to make the request on time.