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Diana Orlandi

PhD student in Information Engineering
University of Pisa

Short bio

She received the Master’s Degree in Geological Sciences And Technologies at the University of Pisa and since then she acquired intense experience in a wide range of operational applications within Remote Sensing for Earth Observation field. She worked in contexts such as operational mining and tailings dam stability assessment, land subsidence monitoring for infrastructure control, earthquake and natural hazards, and including studies on the planetary geology. She has deep knowledge and experience in the use of GIS in this context, and she is very passionate about the active sensing technologies for Earth observation, with a special interest in the processing and interpretation of SAR (Synthetic Aperture Radar) data for different fields of Geology. She is currently a PhD student at the Dept. of Information Engineering of the University of Pisa, working with multi-source dataset and machine learning approach in the water resources exploitation field.

Soft Skills

  • Team spirit
  • Good work planning
  • Creativity
  • Sense of organization
  • Good communication skills
  • Deadline compliance


  • MSc in Geological Sciences and Technologies | University of Pisa
  • BSc in Geological Sciences | University of Rome "La Sapienza"


  • Italian: Mother tongue.
  • English: Fluent written and spoken (C1).
  • Spanish: Good spoken and written (A2).
  • French: Good spoken and Basic written (A1).


Dept. Information Engineering, Largo Lucio Lazzarino, 1 - 56122 Pisa

+39 050 2217 455




  • Research grant at the University of Trieste - (Nov 2020 - Apr 2021)
  • Remote Sensing geologist in DARES Technology (Barcelona, Spain) - (Jul 2019 - Feb 2020)
  • Junior geologist in AleAnna Resources (Rome, Italy) - (Sept 2017 - Jun 2019)
  • Traineeship at INGV (Pisa, Italy) - (Sept 2016 - Dec 2016)
  • Erasmus traineeship at the LPG (University of Nantes, France) - (Aug 2015 - Oct 2015)