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Raffaele  Persico
Associate Editor

Raffaele Persico achieved his degree (summa cum laude) in Electronic Engineering at the University of Naples Federico II in 1996 and his PhD in Information Engineering in 1999 at the Second University of the Studies of Naples[E1]. He was a Research Fellow at the Second University in 2000 and then a Research Scientist at the Consortium for Research on Advanced Remote Sensing Systems in 2001. He was then a Research Scientist at the Institute for the Electromagnetic Sensing of the Environment IREA-CNR from 2002 to 2007. Since 2007, he has been a Research Scientist at the Institute for Archaeological and Monumental Heritage IBAM-CNR. He specializes in electromagnetic theory in relation to GPR prospecting and data processing, focused in particular, but not only, on cultural heritage. He has also developed competence in GPR systems, particularly stepped frequency. In this specific framework, he has introduced the concept of reconfigurable GPR systems. He was a Co-chair at the IV International Workshop on Advanced Ground Penetrating Radar held in Naples in 2007 and a General Chair at the XIII International Conference on Ground Penetrating Radar held in Lecce (Italy) in 2010.