Title: industrial PhD
Association/Company: Università degli studi di “Roma Tre”
Manuel Greco born in Cosenza on 21/01/1989, and graduated in “Science and Technology for the Conservation of Cultural Heritage” at the University of Rome “La Sapienza”.
Following are the main activities carried out in recent years:
– Università degli Studi della Tuscia, (VT): Archaeological excavation activity near Viterbo (archaeological site of Ferento) directed by the Department of Science of Cultural Heritage;
– Alma Mater Studiorum, University of Bologna: Participation to the Italian archaeological mission in Phoinike (Albania);
– Winner of a collaboration grant with the library of the Department of Environmental Biology of the University of Rome “La Sapienza”;
– Since 2017 collaborates with ENEA research center in Frascati (Rome) in the field of THz Imaging techniques applied to cultural heritage;
– In 2018 he carried out a professional training inside the laboratory of diagnostics applied to the restoration of the “Vatican Museums”; – Since 2021 he is the winner of a doctoral fellowship in “Science of Matter, Nanotechnology and Complex Systems at the Department of Science of the University of “Roma Tre”
Aquaculture 4.0: technologies and innovations
Robotic systems for precision measurements in aquatic environments
In order to perform an accurate measurement of a parameter related to a sensor network it is necessary to repeat the same measurement, on the same point, at different times and with different atmospheric conditions. This necessity becomes critical especially when the cultivation is not visible and there are no visible reference elements.
This problem is normally solved through GPS geo-localization.
This however requires a robotic support system capable of reaching and maintaining the position for the time necessary to guarantee the accuracy of the measurement (while compensating the leeway).
Precision agriculture is capable of providing a contribute for the optimization of this technique.