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An international team of researchers from the Institute for Electromagnetic Sensing of the Environment (CNR-IREA) in Naples and the Instituto Volcanológico de Canarias (INVOLCAN) in Tenerife (Spain) recently published an innovative study on the largest historical eruption ever recorded in La Palma, one of the Canary Islands, which occurred on…
With 10 researchers, CNR-IREA (Institute for Electromagnetic Sensing of the Environment) renewed its presence in the world ranking of the best international scientists drawn up by researchers at Stanford University and published in the prestigious scientific journal PLOS Biology. The list of the world's “Top Scientists” contains 210,199 names of…
On 8 September 2023 (22:11:00 UTC), a 6.8 magnitude earthquake struck southern Morocco, causing widespread damage and thousands of fatalities. Thanks to an automated processing system developed in the framework of the Satellite data thematic core service (TCS-SATD) of the EPOS-Research Infrastructure (EPOS-RI) [1], it is now possible to shed new…
HERITAGE journal, founded in 2018 by Nicola Masini (Cnr-Ispc) and Francesco Soldovieri (Cnr-Irea), who are also its Editors in Chief, received its first Impact Factor of 1.7 in the Journal Citation Reports (Clarivate) last June. HERITAGE is a monthly Open Access journal, indexed in Scopus, ESCI (Web of Science), and…
The article “Flexible Trip-Planning Queries”, by Gloria Bordogna, Paola Carrara, Luca Frigerio and Simone Lella of CNR-IREA, has been selected by the ISPRS International Journal of Geo-Information (IJGI) as the cover story of Volume 12 (Issue 5, May 2023), which contains 29 articles devoted mostly to themes and problems of geographic…
IElectric, magnetic, and electromagnetic fields (EMF) are widely used in everyday life and in specific occupational environments. EMF-based technologies employ different parts of the spectrum, from static fields to low and high frequency electromagnetic fields encompassing millimeter waves and THz. Exposure to these fields raises concerns about the possible effects…
The debate on the potential health effects due to exposure to non-ionizing electromagnetic fields is increasingly heated, especially in recent years following the introduction of 5G technology which will lead to an increase in speed and optimization of internet performance as well as new connection experiences for users. To take…
The third Plenary Meeting and the second Technical Workshop of the NextGEM (Next Generation Integrated Sensing and Analytical System for Monitoring and Assessing Radiofrequency Electromagnetic Field Exposure and Health) project have just concluded. NextGEM is funded by the European Commission under the Horizon Europe programme and involve the Bioelectromagnetism group of IREA.…
The ceremony of Italy’s Best Remote Sensing Award (IEEE-GRS29) was held in March 2023. The competition, jointly organized again this year by the IEEE Geoscience Remote Sensing Central-North Italy (GRS29-CNI) and South Italy (GRS29-SI) Chapters, saw the awarding of the three best PhD theses and the three best M.Sc. theses…
Following the two seismic events of February 6, 2023, that devastated South-East Turkey and Northern Syria and caused tens of thousands of victims and incalculable damage, a team of researchers from the Institute for Electromagnetic Sensing of the Environment of the National Research Council (IREA-CNR) has detected the surface deformation…
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