Guido Cervone

Guido Cervone

Email: 
Phone: 
814-863-0179
Office Address: 
322 Walker Buidling
Title: 
Associate Professor
Associate Director of the Institute for CyberScience
Unit: 
Department of Geography

PDF icon Curriculum Vitae (259.7 KB)
Expertise: 
  • environmental hazards
  • remote sensing
  • geoinformatics
  • social media

Research Interests


My formal background is in Computational Science and Remote Sensing, and my research focuses on the development and application of computational algorithms for the analysis of spatio-temporal remote sensing; numerical modeling; and social media “Big Data” related to environmental hazards and renewable energy.  I focus on problems related to the fusion of heterogenous data at different temporal and spatial scales.

Affiliations


I have been Affiliated Scientist with the Research Application Laboratory (RAL) at the National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR) in Boulder, Colorado, since 2012, and Adjunct Professor with the Lamont-Doherety Earth Observatory at Columbia University since January 2017.

Chair of Scientific Committees


I am the Co-Chair for the Research Computing Cyber Infrastructure (RCCI) under the Vice President for Research at Penn State,  Co-Chair for NCAR's Education and Outreach activity board of NCAR, and Co-Chair for the NSF EarthCube Nomination Committee.  In the past I served as co-chair for the executive committee and program committee for the American Geophysical Union, focus group on Natural Hazards.

Membership of Scientific Committees


I  am a member of the User Working Group of the Socio-Economic Data and Application Center (SEDAC), which is part of NASA’s Earth Observing System Data and Information System (EOSDIS).  I also serve on NCAR’s Non-NSF Proposal Review Panel.  In the past I served on the advisory board of the Division of Disaster and Early Warning Assessment (DEWA) of the United Nations Environmental Programme (UNEP).

Other Irrelevant Interests


My big passion is sailing.  I have been a volunteer instructor at the US Naval Academy (USNA), in the Offshore Sailing Training Squadron (OSTS) program.  I sailed over 4000 offshore miles.