Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche

SIMONE LOLLI

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Personal web site: https://twitter.com/slolli74
Interest areas:

Radiative transfer, Aerosols, Lidar, Image Fusion, Clouds, Precipitations, Interaction aerosol-clouds


Contacts


International Ids

Scopus Author ID: 26032229000

H-indexes

Google Scholar H-Index: 13
Scopus H-Index: 12

Experience

Adjunct Professor
Company: University of Baltimore Maryland County (UMBC) - 1000 Hilltop Circle, Baltimore, MD-21228, USA
Time period: 01/2017 - today

Research Assistant Professor of Computational Physics (PHYS440/640)


Consultant
Company: SSAI, Science Systems and Applications, Inc (NASA Contractor)
Time period: 04/2019 - today

Development of an automatic algorithm to detect precipitation from NASA MPLNET lidar network


Adjunct Professor
Company: Università degli Studi di Firenze, Facoltà di Ingegneria
Company web site: http://www.dinfo.unifi.it
Time period: 06/2017 - today

Adjunct Professor in: Elaborazione dei dati nei sistemi di Telerilevamento


Researcher
Company: CNR - Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche
Time period: 03/2017 - today

Assistant Research Scientist
Company: NASA Goddar SpaceFlightCenter - Bld 33, Mesoscale and Atmospheric Process Laboratory, Greenbelt, MD-20771, USA
Time period: 01/2012 - 03/2017


Activities

Scientific projects

NASA 7-SEAS
Role: MPLNET Scientific Responsible in the frame of 7-SEAS NASA Mission
Participation time period: 09/2013 - today
Involved organizations: BMKG INDONESIA; NASA; NAVAL RESEARCH LABORATORY - NRL; NCU TAIWAN; NUS SINGAPORE; SILPAKORN UNIVERSITY THAILAND; UMBC; UNIVERSITI SAINS MALAYSIA;

NASA MPLNET
Role: Member of the scientific committee of the NASA MPLNET lidar network
Participation time period: 01/2012 - today
Involved organizations: NASA GSFC;

Teamworks, commissions or organisms

SOOT&SEA : Impacts du Black Carbon in South-East Asia
Role: Scientific PI for lidar activity
Participation time period: 09/2018 - today

SOOT-SEA is organized around a targeted theme (i.e., BC), calling for interdisciplinarity between atmospheric and marine sciences, and bridging intertwined climate, ecosystems and health issues. The main scientific objectives are:

to determine the impact of BC on the biological carbon pump and its feedback on atmospheric CO2 concentration, to determine the impact of BC on the transfer of contaminants to the marine food web, to improve BC emissions inventories in South East Asia and determine ocean input, by establishing a regional monitoring network for measuring concentrations and characteristics of BC in the atmospheric, riverine and marine compartments, to develop an atmosphere / ocean modeling framework describing the climate, biogeochemical and health impacts of BC. In addition to its scientific objectives, SOOT&SEA also aims to:

stimulate the development of research projects, promote South-South and South-North interactions, enable regional coordination of a transboundary issue with global implications, provide the international visibility required to engage with national and international organizations, stakeholders and policy makers to mobilize funding.


International Symposium of Tropospheric Profiling (ISTP)
Related working experience: Assistant Research Scientist
Role: Member of the scientific committee

Teaching and scientific spreading

Introduction to the new MPLNET Lidar Network V3 Site for atmospheric studies
Related working experience: Assistant Research Scientist
Location: Silpakorn University, Thailand
Role: Visiting Professor
Participation time period: 01/2016 - 01/2016

Short Course on Lidar instrument for Atmospheric Studies
Related working experience: Assistant Research Scientist
Location: Universiti Sains Malaysia, Penang.
Role: Visiting Professor
Participation time period: 11/2013 - 11/2013

Tutor

Penang Island Atmospheric Profiling using a Ground-based Lidar instrument
Related working experience: Assistant Research Scientist
Role: Advisor
Participation time period: 01/2013 - today

National/International awards

UMBC Noteworthy Spotlight Research
Participation time period: 02/2017 - 02/2017

NASA Research Spotlight
Related working experience: Researcher
Participation time period: 01/2015 - 12/2016

The manuscript "Tosca, M. G., Campbell, J., Garay, M., Lolli, S., Seidel, F. C., Marquis, J., & Kalashnikova, O. (2017). Attributing Accelerated Summertime Warming in the Southeast United States to Recent Reductions in Aerosol Burden: Indications from Vertically-Resolved Observations. Remote Sensing, 9(7), 674." was selected for NASA website spotlight for innovation and results provided


Thomson Reuters Highly Cited Researcher
Participation time period: 11/2016 - 11/2016

NRL Alan Berman Research Publication Award
Related working experience: Adjunct Professor
Involved organizations: NAVAL RESEARCH LABORATORY - NRL;

NRL Alan Berman Research Publication Award for the paper: "Campbell, J., S. Lolli, J. Lewis, Y. Gu, and E. Welton, 2016: Daytime Cirrus Cloud Top-of-the-Atmosphere Radiative Forcing Properties at a Midlatitude Site and Their Global Consequences. J. Appl. Meteor. Climatol., 55, 1667-1679, doi: 10.1175/JAMC-D-15-0217.1. NRL/JA/7540/15-132 15-1231-2333


Specific tasks

Optical Society of America "Spotlight on Optics"
Role: Scientific Responsible
Participation time period: 11/2016 - 12/2016


Education

Doctorat en Physique
Ecole Polytechnique - Paris, France
Grade: 100/100 cum Laude
Graduation date: 2011-12-09
Thesis: Development of a UV direct detection Doppler wind Lidar in the frame of ADM/AEOLUS project and VALID intercomparison campaign,

Laurea in Fisica
Università degli Studi di Firenze


Languages

Production Understanding
Written Oral Written Oral Notes
English - Full professional proficiency
French - Native or bilingual proficiency
German - Professional working proficiency
Spanish; Castilian - Professional working proficiency
Portuguese - Professional working proficiency
Romanian; Moldavian; Moldovan - Elementary proficiency

Research activities classification (ERC)

ATMOSPHERIC CHEMISTRY, ATMOSPHERIC COMPOSITION, AIR POLLUTION
EARTH OBSERVATIONS FROM SPACE/REMOTE SENSING
EARTH SYSTEM SCIENCE: PHYSICAL GEOGRAPHY, GEOLOGY, GEOPHYSICS, ATMOSPHERIC SCIENCES, OCEANOGRAPHY, CLIMATOLOGY, ECOLOGY, GLOBAL ENVIRONMENTAL CHANGE, BIOGEOCHEMICAL CYCLES, NATURAL RESOURCES MANAGEMENT
METEOROLOGY, ATMOSPHERIC PHYSICS AND DYNAMICS

Curriculum Vitae


Research products

Bilal, Muhammad; Nazeer, Majid; Nichol, Janet E.; Bleiweiss, Max P.; Qiu, Zhongfeng; Jäkel, Evelyn; Campbell, James R.; Atique, Luqman; Huang, Xiaolan; Lolli, Simone

+ A simplified and robust surface reflectance estimation method (SREM) for use over diverse land surfaces using multi-sensor data

(2019) in Remote sensing (Basel)
Bilal, Muhammad and Nazeer, Majid and Nichol, Janet and Qiu, Zhongfeng and Wang, Lunche and Bleiweiss, Max P and Shen, Xiaojing and Campbell, James R and Lolli, Simone

+ Evaluation of Terra-MODIS C6 and C6. 1 Aerosol Products against Beijing, XiangHe, and Xinglong AERONET Sites in China during 2004-2014

(2019) in Remote sensing (Basel)
Oyola, M.I. and Campbell, J.R. and Xian, P. and Bucholtz, A. and Ferrare, R.A. and Burton, S.P. and Kalashnikova, O. and Ruston, B.C. and Lolli, S.

+ Quantifying the direct radiative effect of absorbing aerosols for numerical weather prediction: A case study

(2019) in Atmospheric chemistry and physics (Online)
Andrea Garzelli, Bruno Aiazzi, Luciano Alparone, Simone Lolli, Gemine Vivone

+ Multispectral Pansharpening with Radiative Transfer-Based Detail-Injection Modeling for Preserving Changes in Vegetation Cover

(2018) in Remote sensing (Basel)
Lolli S; Madonna; F; Rosoldi; M; Campbell; J.R.; Welton; E.J.; Lewis; J.R; Gu; Y.; Pappalardo; G.

+ Impact of varying lidar measurement and data processing techniques in evaluating cirrus cloud and aerosol direct radiative effects

(2018) in Atmospheric measurement techniques (Print)
Campbell, J.R. and Peterson, D.A. and Marquis, J.W. and FoChesatto, G.J. and Vaughan, M.A. and Stewart, S.A. and Tackett, J.L. and Lolli, S. and Lewis, J.R. and Oyola, M.I. and Welton, E.J.

+ Unusually deep wintertime cirrus clouds observed over the Alaskan subarctic

(2018) in Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society
Lolli S.; D'Adderio L.P.; Campbell J.R.; Sicard M.; Welton E.J.; Binci A.; Rea A.; Tokay A.; Comeron A.; Barragan R.; Baldasano J.M.; Gonzalez S.; Bech J.; Afflitto N.; Lewis J.R.; Madonna F.

+ Vertically resolved precipitation intensity retrieved through a synergy between the ground-based NASA MPLNET lidar network measurements, surface disdrometer datasets and an analytical model solution

(2018) in Remote sensing (Basel)
Madonna, Fabio; Rosoldi, Marco; Lolli, Simone; Amato, Francesco; Vande Hey, Joshua; Dhillon, Ranvir; Zheng, Yunhui; Brettle, Mike; Pappalardo, Gelsomina

+ Intercomparison of aerosol measurements performed with multi-wavelength Raman lidars, automatic lidars and ceilometers in the framework of INTERACT-II campaign

(2018) in Atmospheric measurement techniques (Print)
Lolli, Simone; Alparone, Luciano; Bilal, Muhammad; Garzelli, Andrea; Vivone, Gemine

+ High-resolution satellite aerosol optical depth retrieval and its variability over highly industrialized hotspots in the Po Valley, Italy

(2018) SPIE, 09/09/2018-13/09/2018
Lolli, S., Di Girolamo, P., Demoz, B., Li, X., Welton, E.J.

+ Estimate of rain evaporation rates from dual-wavelength lidar measurements: Comparison against a model analytical solution

(2018) ILRC, 24/06/2017-27/06/2017
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