Paolo Mauriello

Short CV

Director of the Institute for Technologies Applied to Cultural Heritage (ITABC) of the Italian National Research Council (CNR) and Professor of Applied Geophysics Professor at the University of Molise.

He graduated in Physics at the Federico II where he received the PhD in Geophysics and Volcanology Research.

During his academic career at the University of Molise has been Director of the Department of Humanities, Social and Education (from May 2012 to January 2014), Dean of the Faculty of Human and Social Sciences (from November 2009 to October 2012).

In the role of ITABC director has promoted and coordinated international and national projects.

The research topics mainly concern the probability tomography for geophysical studies of Volcanology and of near-surface, applied to the archaeological and architectural problems. A significant part of the activity was the development of prototypes of portable electromagnetic instrumentation for cultural heritage and 3D tomographic processing algorithms for  geoelectric and electromagnetic data.