Luca Roverelli

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The distributed research infrastructure for hydrometeorology (DRIHM) project focuses on the development of an e-Science infrastructure to provide end-to-end hydrometeorological research (HMR) services (models, data, and postprocessing tools) by exploiting HPC, Grid and Cloud facilities. In particular, the DRIHM infrastructure supports the execution and(More)
A full hydro-meteorological (HM) simulation, from rainfall to impact on urban areas, is a multidisciplinary activity which consists in the execution of a workflow composed by complex and heterogeneous model engines. Moreover an extensive set of configuration parameters have to be selected consistently among the models, otherwise the simulation can fail or(More)
Predicting weather and climate and its impacts on the environment, including hazards such as floods and landslides, is one of the main challenges of the 21 st century with significant societal and economic implications. To advance the state of the art in forecasting extreme events, an effective collaboration with the Information and Communication Technology(More)
Modern soft X-ray observatories can yield unique insights into time domain astrophysics, and a huge amount of information is stored and largely unexploited in data archives. Like a treasure-hunt, the EXTraS project is harvesting the hitherto unexplored temporal domain information buried in the serendipitous data collected by the European Photon Imaging(More)
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