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Applied Geomatics

Applied Geomatics

Editors-in-Chief: A. Capra; G.W. Roberts

ISSN: 1866-9298 (print version)
ISSN: 1866-928X (electronic version)

Journal no. 12518

Editor-in-chief:

Alessandro Capra 
University of Modena and Reggio Emilia
Via Vignolese n. 905
41100 Modena
Italy

E-mail: capra.alessandro@unimore.it

Editor Board:

Dr.Ludovico Biagi
Polytechnic of Milano-Italy
ludovico.biagi@polimi.it
Geodesy and Applied Geodesy, GNSS and navigation, DTM

Prof. Maria Brovelli
Polytechnic of Milano - Italy
maria.brovelli@polimi.it
GIS, cartography, DTM

Prof. John Dawson
Geoscience Australia
john.dawson@ga.gov.au
Geospatial Reference Systems

Prof. Donatella Dominici
University of L'Aquila - Italy
donatella.dominici@univaq.it
Geodesy, Applied Geodesy, GNSS

Prof. Stefano Gandolfi
University of Bologna - Italy
stefano.gandolfi@unibo.it
GNSS, navigation, monitoring

Prof. Andrea Lingua
Polytechnic of Torino-Italy
andrea.lingua@polito.it
Photogrammetry DTM GIS

Prof. Bharat Lohani
Department of Civil Engineering
IIT Kanpur
Kanpur 208 016, INDIA
E: blohani@iitk.ac.in
H: http://home.iitk.ac.in/~blohani/
Lidar, laser scanner, DEM

Prof. Helena Mitasova
MEAS Dept- North Carolina State University- USA
hmitaso@unity.ncsu.edu
Cartography, Topography, GIS systems

Prof. Rafael Moreno
University of Colorado-Denver-USA
Rafael.Moreno@ucdenver.edu
Land Use Planning, Natural resources management, GIS systems

Dr. Venkatesh Raghavan 
Osaka City University - Japan
raghavan@media.osaka-cu.ac.jp
Geoinformatics, Remote Sensing, GIS systems 

Prof. Fulvio Rinaudo
Polytechnic of Torino-Italy
fulvio.rinaudo@polito.it
Photogrammery, Lidar, Laser scanner

Prof. Marco Scaioni
Tongji University- China
marco@tongji.edu.cn
Close range photogrammetry, laser scanner, Deformation monitoring

Prof. Aurelio Stoppini
University of Perugia - Italy
stopp@unipg.it
Applied Geodesy, Reference Systems, Mapping

Dr. Giuseppina Vacca
University of Cagliari
vaccag@unica.it
GIS, DTM, Topography

Prof. Luca Vittuari
University of Bologna-Italy
luca.vittuari@mail.ing.unibo.it
Geodesy, Geodetic monitoring, GNSS

Prof. Andreas Wieser
ETH Zürich - Switzerland
andreas.wieser@geod.baug.ethz.ch
Geodesy, Photogrammetry

Dr. Hao Wu
Wuhan University of Technology - China
haowu2010@gmail.com

Advisory Board:

Ohran Altan, Technical University of Istanbul-Turkey

E. Dongchen, Wuhan University- China

Clive Fraser, Melbourne University- Australia

Armin Gruen, ETH Zurich - Switzerland

Lorenz Hurni, ETH Zurich - Switzerland

Zhilin Li, Hong Kong Polytechnic University - Hong Kong

Petros Patias, University of Thessaloniki - Greece

Ammatzia Peled, President of Comm VIII, ISPRS - Israel

Kazuo Shibuya, Institute of Polar Research and SOKENDAI - Japan

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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    Applied Geomatics (AG) is the official journal of SIFET the Italian Society of Photogrammetry and Topography and covers all aspects and information on scientific and technical advances in the geomatic sciences. The Journal publishes innovative contributions in geomatics applications ranging from the integration of instruments, methodologies and technologies and their use in the environmental sciences, engineering and other natural sciences.

    The areas of interest include many research fields such as: remote sensing, close range and videometric photogrammetry, image analysis, digital mapping, land and geographic information systems, geographic information science, integrated geodesy, spatial data analysis, heritage recording; network adjustment and numerical processes. Furthermore, Applied Geomatics is open to articles from all areas of deformation measurements and analysis, structural engineering, mechanical engineering and all trends in earth and planetary survey science and space technology. The Journal also contains notices of conferences and international workshops, industry news, and information on new products. It provides a useful forum for professional and academic scientists involved in geomatic science and technology.

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