Stefania Amici

Stefania Amici, PhD, is with Istituto Nazionale di Geofisica e Vulcanologia (INGV), Rome, Italy. She focuses on multiple-scale remote sensing for hazard research. Prior to that, she worked on calibration of hyperspectral sensors for solar-system exploration at National Research Council (CNR) for almost seven years. 


Monitoring Vulcanoes with UAS

Insight into signs that prelude volcanic eruptions is key for protecting the lives, livestock and property of those living in the vicinity of a volcano. One key indicator is temperature rise. Using Mount Etna as a test site, the authors show that a UAS equipped with a thermal infrared sensor generat... (read more)