Il gruppo Telecomunicazioni e Telerilevamento partecipa alla riunione annuale del Gruppo nazionale Telecomunicazioni e Teoria dell'Informazione (GTTI) che quest'anno si svolge a Bari presso la sede del Politecnico. Durante la riunione sono state rinnovate le cariche del GTTI, ed è stata accettata all'unanimità la proposta pavese di ospitare la riunione annuale congiunta GTTI-SiEM (Società Italiana ElettroMagnetismo) prevista per giugno 2019.

I risultati dello scritto dell'appello di Comunicazioni Elettriche del 18 giugno e il calendario degli orari sono disponibili al link seguente:


Following a detailed evaluation of the presentations and the submitted abstracts, the committee composed by Prof. Gabriele Moser (Univ. Genova), Prof. Fabio Dell'Acqua (Univ. Pavia) and Prof. Giampaolo Ferraioli (Univ. Napoli "Parthenope") assigned the best oral and the best poster paper awards, sponsored by the IEEE Geoscience and Remote Sensing Society, to the following two young researchers:

  • Best oral paper award to Nertjana Ustalli (Univ. Roma "La Sapienza") for the paper entitled "Kinematic parameters estimation in forward scatter radar configuration".

  • Best poster paper award to Michele Ambrosanio (Univ. Napoli "Parthenope") for the paper entitled "Wavelet decomposition basis for mixed-norm strategies in ground-penetrating radar applications".

The Telecommunications and Remote Sensing Laboratory of the University of Pavia (TLCRS, has currently open a position for a post-doc researcher in remote sensing and data fusion. This position is related to the activities in the PULSE and EOXPOSURE projects, as well as to general activities in the field of multi-sensor and multi-scale Earth Observation data fusion.

The post-doc researcher is expected to work on the development of new techniques for the extraction of environmental parameters (e.g., concentration of air pollutants, soil humidity) as well as for mapping peculiar environments (e.g., pervious and impervious materials in urban and peri-urban areas) using a combination of existing spaceborne, airborne and ground-based sensors. Examples of recent works in the same lines of research by TLCRS are included in the bibliography below.

The article "Reduced Complexity Kalman Filtering for Phase Recovery in XPIC Systems" has been published on Elsevier Physical Communication.

The authors are: Farzana Kulsoom, Anna Vizziello, and Pietro Savazzi (TLC group), and Roberta Borra (SIAE Microlettronica)

The final version of the paper will be available for a limited period of time at the followink link: