Electronic engineer with 20 years of experience in the data acquisition systems.
Technologist at OGS since 2000, he is responsible for the remote marine monitoring platforms. His field of interest is the development, management and maintenance of instrumented buoys, moorings and lagrangian systems.
Since 2005 he coordinates the marine technology activities to support oceanographic research in the Department of Oceanography at OGS.
He has been involved in the installation and maintenance of three coastal radar stations (WERA) for monitoring surface currents in the northern Adriatic Sea during the DOLCEVITA project.
He contributed to the design of the coastal monitoring network of Friuli Venezia Giulia Civil Protection and he is still responsible for the implementation and maintenance.
Recently he designed a telemetry and control board on costal drifters to be used in the sea surface circulation study and dispersion processes. These instruments have been successfully tested and implied in various international projects such as: MREA_07, MREA_08, TOSCA.