Exhibitors 2015


SeismoCloud: Earthquake early warning with Arduino-based home seismometers.
Make your own seismometer and connect it to the SeismoCloud network! You will contribute to the crowdsourced detection of earthquakes. Starting from our Galileo based seismometer, you can design your own, putting your ingenium and fantasy at work. Our project is open source and you can connect to our servers provided you comply with our APIs. More, in case of earthquake in your area, you'll receive an early warning on your mobile phone within a few seconds from the beginning of the shake.


Salvatore Barba - Valerio De Rubeis - Emanuele Panizzi

Dr. Valerio DE RUBEIS, degree: Laurea in Geological Sciences, University of Rome La Sapienza (1988). Positions held: Geochemical data analyzer at RIMIN, ENI Group, Italy (1989-1990). Research activity at Istituto Nazionale di Geofisica e Vulcanologia, INGV (former ING), Italy (1990-to present). Coordinator of INTAS (99-0064) project, participation in European project TRIGS. Scientific contributions:
1) Analysis of macroseismic data: development of statistical
methods and their application; project, development and management of the INGV official site for collection and elaboration of intensity data from
questionnaires (www.haisentitoilterremoto.it).
2) Seismotectonics: assessing statistical relations between seismicity and geological-geophysical settings in Italy.
3) Statistical Seismology: quantification of fractal behavior of seismicity in space and time, development of a method for seismic signal detection involving fractal analysis.

Salvatore Barba has a background in Physics and numerical methods. He specialized in the quantification of tectonic deformation at different scales (10-1000 km) with a focus on the behavior of seismogenic sources and characterization of seismogenic potential. He has participated in several Italian and international projects, developed quantitative methods and algorithms to study the seismic potential in Italy and the Euro-Mediterranean area, with the main objective of developing reproducible methods to be used in seismic hazards and earthquake scenarios.
Group-work achievements include the continuing development of National seismic and accelerometric networks of Italy, the realization of the seismogenic zonation used for the Official Seismic Hazard Map of Italy (2004), the quantification of the seismic potential in Italy based on a multidisciplinary approach (2010), and the determination of stress and strain fields in Europe (2013).

Emanuele Panizzi received the Dr. Eng. Laurea degree in Electronic Engineering in 1992. From 1994 he was researcher in the APE parallel computer project at INFN, Italy. In 1997 he became Assistant Professor in Computer Engineering in University of L'Aquila, Italy and since 2001 he is Assistant Professor in Computer Science at University 'La Sapienza' in Rome, Italy. In December 2004 he qualified as Associate Professor in Computer Science. His research interests are in the Human-Computer Interaction area and include usability, user interfaces for mobile devices and for crowdsourced applications.

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