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Daniele Marinelli received the award for the Best Italian PhD Theses on Geoscience and Remote Sensing by the Italian Chapter of the IEEE Geoscience and Remote Sensing Society.
The EnVision Phase A study assessment study has been concluded and the related report, also known as the “yellow book”,  has been prepared by the EnVision Science, Instruments and ESA Teams.
Despite this complex situation, RSLab achieved important research results in 2020 on both Earth Observation and Planetary Exploration and the related topics.
RSLab is part of a research that generated a new Moon crater database by using advanced deep learning and transfer learning methodologies applied to lunar images.  More than 109,000 previously unrecognized craters have been identified on the Moon’s surface.
Lorenzo Bruzzone has been selected as "Featured Author" from the Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineering (IEEE). His profile is one of the three highlighted in the home page of the IEEExplore (the IEEE publications website). IEEE is the most
The development of the JUICE mission (for which RSLab has the responsibility of the RIME instrument) is progressing fast despite the pandemic situation. A video showing the activities in progress at spacecraft level can be found here.
Lorenzo Bruzzone and Francesca Bovolo are in the top most cited researchers worldwide according to “World Ranking of Scientists” . Lorenzo Bruzzone is in the top 0.4 % of the most cited scholars on the number of published papers and
Thales Alenia Space recently delivered the Radar for Icy Moon Exploration (RIME) that will explore Jupiter’s icy moons Europa, Ganymede and Callisto onboard the ESA’s JUICE mission.
On November 12, 2020 Francesca Bovolo attended “Senti che Scienza” on the topic “Remote sensing to study the Earth evolution”. “Senti che scienza” runs every Thursday on Radio Dolomiti (regional radio channel)  within “pianoM” program. It tells about research activities