DR. Martina Calovi
Ph.D. Change and Complexity Management, Sant’Anna School of Advanced Studies, Pisa, Italy . (2017)
I am a geographer with a Ph.D. in Change and Complexity Management. Since January 2018, I am a Postodoctoral scholar at the Geoinformatics and Earth Observation Laboratory at the Department of Geography and Institute for CyberScience. Since May 2018, I am also part of the Grozinger Lab where I am studying the relationship between climate change and honey bee winter survival.
My research interests cover Geographical Information Science applied to natural disaster and emergencies, climate change, extreme weather events forecast, data fusion, interactions and coexistence between human and physical environment, and the managerial implications of geographical analyses into the decision-making process.