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Marco Dubbini

Senior assistant professor (fixed-term)

Department of History and Cultures

Academic discipline: ICAR/06 Surveying and Mapping


Keywords: Geodesy, GNSS, Photogrammetry, GIS, Remote Sensing, UAV, Cultural Heritage, Structures

In the research I have always been involved in geodesy, topography and photogrammetry, laser scanner, remote sensing and representation and management of data in a GIS environment.


Since 2003, I joined the research group of the National Research Program in Antarctica and I have participated in 8 scientific expeditions to the Antarctic continent for measurement and study of crustal movements by satellite systems in Northern Victoria Land area.


I have always dealt the study for integration of data acquisition systems, both terrestrial and aircraft (geodetic, topographic, photogrammetric, laser scanners, multispectral and hyperspectral), the GIS data representations for description and evaluation of phenomena and optimization of data processing techniques for describing, characterization and monitoring of the territory, structures, also agricultural, arboreal and forestry crops and for the Preservation of Cultural Heritage.

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