Isabella Velicogna Biography
Born: May 16, 1969
Ph.D. program in Applied Geophysics, Department of Naval Architecture, Ocean and
University of Trieste. Advisor: Prof. Iginio Marson.
Thesis: 'Inversion of geophysical data: coherence analysis of gravity and topography'.
- Aug. 1998
Intensive technical course on 'Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR) data processing methods' organized by
the Geophysical Observatory of Trieste
- Jan.-Apr. 1998
Visiting scholar at
(Bloomington, Indiana) and at the University of Utah (Salt Lake City, Utah) to study: 'Coherence analysis of flexure from gravity and topography of the central
Mediterranean area '
- Oct. 1997
International School of Earth and Planetary Sciences on 'Toxic Waste Disposal: a Geological
Approach' organized by University of Siena, Italy.
- Jul. 1997
Advanced Study Course in: 'Sea Level Changes On Micro To Macro Time Scales: Measurements, Modeling, Interpretation And Application' under the auspices of the Environment and Climate Program of the commission of the European Union.
- Jul.-Nov. 1995
Temporary researcher at Department of Naval Architecture, Ocean and Environmental Engineering (DINMA), University of Trieste as a part of the ETNASEIS (Etna Tomography: Novel Approach by SEISmology) EEC project for: 'Validation and integration of gravimetric and seismic models 2D, 2.5D and 3D in the area of interest'.
- 26 Jul. 1995
Degree in Physics at the University of Trieste; thesis with a geophysics subject: 'Morphology of the crust-mantle discontinuity from gravity topography and isostasy' Supervisors Prof. Peter Suhadolc and Prof. Iginio Marson. Mark: 110/110.