Eufemia TarantinoProfessori Ordinari
ICAR/06 - TOPOGRAFIA E CARTOGRAFIA
Area 08 - Ingegneria civile e Architettura
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Eufemia Tarantino is Full Professor of Geomatics at the Polytechnic University of Bari and teaches Cartography, GIS and Remote Sensing disciplines at the BSc and MSc degree courses in Environmental Engineering and the MSc degree course in Building Systems, as well as Advances in Geomatic Engineering at the PhD Course.
Currently, she plays some academic roles (i.e. coordinator of the MSc Course of Environmental and Territorial Engineering, Member of the Executive Council, Responsible of student career fair) at the Department of Civil, Environmental, Land, Building Engineering and Chemistry (DICATECh).
Her Research Interests are related to:
- Analysis of metric characteristics and methodologies for the extraction of 2D/3D geometric primitives from satellite/aerial/UAV data with a high spatial resolution to update Technical/Thematic Cartography.
- Methodologies for multi-temporal analysis (Change detection) and classification of optical satellite sensor data aimed at environmental and cultural heritage monitoring and documentation.
- Development and implementation of GIS published in the Web for interactive geospatial analysis.
The research topics were carried out from 2001 to date as part of National and European Research Projects developed as Supervisor and Member, testified by more than 130 scientific contributions (journals articles, conference proceedings and books chapters). A total of 57 scientific publications (22 Journal Articles, 29 Conference Proceedings, 5 Editorials and 1 Books chapters) stand out in international SCOPUS and Thomson Reuters ISI Web of Knowledge databases with a relative quality index. The internationalization of her scientific activity includes the collaboration as a reviewer of up to 18 international indexed journals JCR (SCI), as well as member of the editorial board of “Remote Sensing” journal and "ISPRS International Journal of Geo-Information" as well as international scientific committees of conferences.