Dr. Giuliano Liuzzi

Dr. Giuliano Liuzzi

  • Post-Doc
  • NASA/GSFC
  • Employer: AMERICAN UNIVERSITY
  • Brief Bio

    Dr. Liuzzi is a post-Doctoral researcher at NASA Goddard Space Flight Center. 

    Born and raised in Taranto, in the South of Italy, in 1988. He moved to United States in 2017, after his PhD studies. 

     

    Research Interests

    Studying the composition of the atmosphere of Mars

    I use the data acquired by the NOMAD spectrometer onboard Trace Gas Orbiter (TGO) to derive the composition of the atmosphere of Mars in great detail. In particular, I investigate the presence and abundance of trace gases, aerosols and their optical/microphysical properties. Moreover, I work towards a better understanding of the present and past evolution of Martian atmosphere, through analyzing the composition of the major gaseous consituents of its atmosphere.

    Elaborate radiative transfer and retrieval algorithms

    I actively work on improving and creating new and existing state-of-the-art procedures to analyze remote sensing data from ground and spacecrafts to derive atmospheric and surface properties of planetary bodies.

    Discovering exoplanetary atmospheres

    I work on elaborating new machine learning and artificial intelligence algorithms to analyze observations of exoplanets, with the main goal of improving their efficiency and accuracy in determining their atmospheric composition.

    Analysis of Earth atmosphere composition

    I have been actively working in the last years on several aspects of Earth observation. Among the many topics of expertise there are: simultaneous retrieval of several pollutants and trace species with hyperspectral satellite data; carbon cycle and climatology analysis; instrument characterization; surface temperature and emissivity retrievals from geostrationary platforms; analysis and validation of water vapor spectroscopy in cold environments, cloud detection algorithms.

    Current Projects

    Associate Science Collaborator of the NOMAD instrument

    I am part of the science team of the Nadir and Occultation for MArs Discovery (NOMAD) spectrometer onboard ExoMars Trace Gas Orbiter (TGO), an ESA/ROSCOSMOS mission. 

    My activity in the project is focused on retrieval of water and its isotopologues, aerosols, mesospheric clouds properties, and sensitivity analyses from Solar Occultation observations.

    Collaborator of the Planetary Spectrum Generator (PSG)

    I guided the development of the retrieval module of the Planetary Spectrum Generator (lead PI: G. Villanueva), an online tool for the synthesis and analysis of high-resolution spectra of planetary bodies.

    Positions/Employment

    5/2017 - Present

    Research Assistant Professor

    American University, Washington DC
    5/2017 - Present

    Post-Doctoral Science Collaborator

    NASA Goddard Space Flight Center, Planetary Science Laboratory (693), Greenbelt, MD
    6/2016 - 5/2017

    Post-Doc Contractor

    School of Engineering, Università degli Studi della Basilicata, Potenza, Basilicata, Italy

    Post-Doc in Environmental Physics and Remote Sensing of Earth

    Teaching Experience

    I have worked as Assistant Lecturer between 2015 and 2017 at Università degli Studi della Basilicata (Potenza, Italy) teaching General Mechanics (I year course) at the undergraduate class of Environmental and Mechanical Engineering degree.

    Education

    Nov/2012 - Jan/2016: PhD in Environmental Engineering at Università della Basilicata, Potenza, Italy.

    Nov/2010 - Jul/2012: Master Degree in Physics and Astrophysics at Università del Salento, Lecce, Italy.

    Oct/2007 - Jul/2010: Bachelor Degree in Physics at Università del Salento, Lecce, Italy.

    Professional Societies

    Europlanet, 2019 - Present

    Professional Service

    Member of the Reviewer Board of Remote Sensing (ISSN: 2072-4292)

    Reviewer for several Peer-Review indicized journals: 

    Journal of Quantitative Spectroscopy and Radiative Transfer, ISSN: 0022-4073
    Remote Sensing (MDPI), ISSN: 2072-4292
    Sensors (MDPI), ISSN: 1424-8220
    Atmosphere (MDPI), ISSN: 2073-4433
    Applied Optics, ISSN: 2155-3165 (Online), 1559-128X (print)
    Optics Express, ISSN: 1094-4087
    Journal of Applied Meteorology and Climatology, ISSN: 1558-8424

    Reviewer as panelist for NASA

    Other Professional Information

    Fluent in the following programming languages: Python, C, C++, Matlab, Fortran (77,90,95), Unix Bash, IDL. Basic knowledge of PHP.

    Languages known: Italian (native), English (fluent), German (basic), Spanish (basic). 

    Selected Publications

    Refereed

    Neary, L., F. Daerden, S. Aoki, et al. J. Whiteway, R. Clancy, M. Smith, S. Viscardy, J. Erwin, I. Thomas, G. Villanueva, G. Liuzzi, M. Crismani, M. Wolff, S. Lewis, J. Holmes, M. Patel, M. Giuranna, C. Depiesse, A. Piccialli, S. Robert, L. Trompet, Y. Willame, B. Ristic, and A. Vandaele. 2020. "Explanation for the increase in high altitude water on Mars observed by NOMAD during the 2018 global dust storm." Geophysical Research Letters, 47 (7): 2019GL084354 [10.1029/2019gl084354]

    Liuzzi, G., G. L. Villanueva, M. M. Crismani, et al. M. D. Smith, M. J. Mumma, F. Daerden, S. Aoki, A. C. Vandaele, R. T. Clancy, J. Erwin, I. Thomas, B. Ristic, J. Lopez‐Moreno, G. Bellucci, and M. R. Patel. 2020. "Strong Variability of Martian Water Ice Clouds During Dust Storms Revealed From ExoMars Trace Gas Orbiter/NOMAD." Journal of Geophysical Research: Planets, 125 (4): [10.1029/2019je006250]

    Aoki, S., A. C. Vandaele, F. Daerden, et al. G. L. Villanueva, G. Liuzzi, I. R. Thomas, J. T. Erwin, L. Trompet, S. Robert, L. Neary, S. Viscardy, R. T. Clancy, M. D. Smith, M. A. Lopez‐Valverde, B. Hill, B. Ristic, M. R. Patel, G. Bellucci, and J. Lopez‐Moreno. 2019. "Water Vapor Vertical Profiles on Mars in Dust Storms Observed by TGO/NOMAD." Journal of Geophysical Research: Planets, 124 (12): 3482-3497 [10.1029/2019je006109]

    Palmer, P. I., E. L. Wilson, G. L. Villanueva, et al. G. Liuzzi, L. Feng, A. J. DiGregorio, J. Mao, L. Ott, and B. Duncan. 2019. "Potential improvements in global carbon flux estimates from a network of laser heterodyne radiometer measurements of column carbon dioxide." Atmospheric Measurement Techniques, 12 (4): 2579-2594 [10.5194/amt-12-2579-2019]

    Vandaele, A. C., G. Liuzzi, G. L. Villanueva, et al. M. D. Smith, M. J. Mumma, O. Korablev, F. Daerden, S. Aoki, I. R. Thomas, F. Altieri, M. A. Lopez-Valverde, J. T. Erwin, L. Trompet, A. A. Fedorova, F. Montmessin, and A. Trokhimovskiy. 2019. "Martian dust storm impact on atmospheric H2O and D/H observed by ExoMars Trace Gas Orbiter." Nature, 568 (7753): 521-525 [10.1038/s41586-019-1097-3]

    Liuzzi, G., G. L. Villanueva, M. J. Mumma, et al. M. D. Smith, F. Daerden, B. Ristic, I. Thomas, A. C. Vandaele, M. R. Patel, J.-J. Lopez-Moreno, and G. Bellucci. 2019. "Methane on Mars: New insights into the sensitivity of CH4 with the NOMAD/ExoMars spectrometer through its first in-flight calibration." Icarus, 321: 671-690 [10.1016/j.icarus.2018.09.021]

    Serio, C., G. Masiello, C. Camy-Peyret, and G. Liuzzi. 2019. "CO2 spectroscopy and forward/inverse radiative transfer modelling in the thermal band using IASI spectra." Journal of Quantitative Spectroscopy and Radiative Transfer, 222-223: 65-83 [10.1016/j.jqsrt.2018.10.020]

    Masiello, G., C. Serio, S. Venafra, et al. G. Liuzzi, L. Poutier, and F.-M. Göttsche. 2018. "Physical Retrieval of Land Surface Emissivity Spectra from Hyper-Spectral Infrared Observations and Validation with In Situ Measurements." Remote Sensing, 10 (6): 976 [10.3390/rs10060976]

    Aumann, H. H., X. Chen, E. Fishbein, et al. A. Geer, S. Havemann, X. Huang, X. Liu, G. Liuzzi, S. DeSouza-Machado, E. M. Manning, G. Masiello, M. Matricardi, I. Moradi, V. Natraj, C. Serio, L. Strow, J. Vidot, R. Chris Wilson, W. Wu, Q. Yang, and Y. L. Yung. 2018. "Evaluation of Radiative Transfer Models With Clouds." Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres, 123 (11): 6142-6157 [10.1029/2017jd028063]

    Meloni, D., A. di Sarra, G. Brogniez, et al. C. Denjean, L. De Silvestri, T. Di Iorio, P. Formenti, J. L. Gómez-Amo, J. Gröbner, N. Kouremeti, G. Liuzzi, M. Mallet, G. Pace, and D. M. Sferlazzo. 2018. "Determining the infrared radiative effects of Saharan dust: a radiative transfer modelling study based on vertically resolved measurements at Lampedusa." Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, 18 (6): 4377-4401 [10.5194/acp-18-4377-2018]

    Camy-Peyret, C., G. Liuzzi, G. Masiello, et al. C. Serio, S. Venafra, and S. Montzka. 2017. "Assessment of IASI capability for retrieving carbonyl sulphide (OCS)." Journal of Quantitative Spectroscopy and Radiative Transfer, 201: 197-208 [10.1016/j.jqsrt.2017.07.006]

    Liuzzi, G., G. Masiello, C. Serio, et al. D. Meloni, C. Di Biagio, and P. Formenti. 2017. "Consistency of dimensional distributions and refractive indices of desert dust measured over Lampedusa with IASI radiances." Atmospheric Measurement Techniques, 10 (2): 599-615 [10.5194/amt-10-599-2017]

    Liuzzi, G., G. Masiello, C. Serio, S. Venafra, and C. Camy-Peyret. 2016. "Physical inversion of the full IASI spectra: Assessment of atmospheric parameters retrievals, consistency of spectroscopy and forward modelling." Journal of Quantitative Spectroscopy and Radiative Transfer, 182: 128-157 [10.1016/j.jqsrt.2016.05.022]

    Serio, C., G. Masiello, and G. Liuzzi. 2016. "Demonstration of random projections applied to the retrieval problem of geophysical parameters from hyper-spectral infrared observations." Applied Optics, 55 (24): 6576 [10.1364/ao.55.006576]

    Fonti, S., F. Mancarella, G. Liuzzi, et al. T. L. Roush, M. Chizek Frouard, J. Murphy, and A. Blanco. 2015. "Revisiting the identification of methane on Mars using TES data." Astronomy & Astrophysics, 581: A136 [10.1051/0004-6361/201526235]

    Masiello, G., C. Serio, S. Venafra, et al. G. Liuzzi, F. Göttsche, I. F. Trigo, and P. Watts. 2015. "Kalman filter physical retrieval of surface emissivity and temperature from SEVIRI infrared channels: a validation and intercomparison study." Atmospheric Measurement Techniques, 8 (7): 2981-2997 [10.5194/amt-8-2981-2015]

    Serio, C., C. Standfuss, G. Masiello, et al. G. Liuzzi, E. Dufour, B. Tournier, R. Stuhlmann, S. Tjemkes, and P. Antonelli. 2015. "Infrared atmospheric sounder interferometer radiometric noise assessment from spectral residuals." Applied Optics, 54 (19): 5924 [10.1364/ao.54.005924]

    Liuzzi, G., G. Masiello, C. Serio, et al. S. Fonti, F. Mancarella, and T. L. Roush. 2015. "Simultaneous physical retrieval of Martian geophysical parameters using Thermal Emission Spectrometer spectra: the φ-MARS algorithm." Applied Optics, 54 (9): 2334 [10.1364/ao.54.002334]

    Amato, U., L. Lavanant, G. Liuzzi, et al. G. Masiello, C. Serio, R. Stuhlmann, and S. A. Tjemkes. 2014. "Cloud mask via cumulative discriminant analysis applied to satellite infrared observations: scientific basis and initial evaluation." Atmospheric Measurement Techniques, 7 (10): 3355-3372 [10.5194/amt-7-3355-2014]

    Ingrosso, G., F. De Paolis, A. A. Nucita, et al. F. Strafella, S. Calchi Novati, P. Jetzer, G. Liuzzi, and A. Zakharov. 2014. "Polarization in binary microlensing events." Physica Scripta, 89 (8): 084001 [10.1088/0031-8949/89/8/084001]

    Liuzzi, G., G. Masiello, C. Serio, L. Palchetti, and G. Bianchini. 2014. "Validation of H_2O continuum absorption models in the wave number range 180–600 cm^−1 with atmospheric emitted spectral radiance measured at the Antarctica Dome-C site." Optics Express, 22 (14): 16784-16801 [10.1364/oe.22.016784]

    Talks, Presentations and Posters

    Invited

    Mars atmosphere spectroscopy with ExoMars TGO and the Planetary Spectrum Generator (PSG)

    10 / 7 / 2019

    Fall/Winter 2019 Stars and Planets Seminars Series at Harvard Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics (CfA), Cambridge, MA, USA.

    Other

    A view of the water cycle on Mars with ExoMars NOMAD: current perspectives and challenges

    3 / 2 / 2020

    Session introduction talk for the Alma Planets 2020 Conference.

    Abstract: The study of water cycle of Mars has greatly expanded in the last years, providing insights into the atmospheric circulation, its inter-annual variability, and its connection with present and past water reservoirs on the planet. Resolved vertical observations of water vapor and water ice are a precious source of information to gain new knowledge of the thermal processes active in the Martian atmosphere, and to investigate and quantify

    mechanisms such as water escape. The recent observations from the NOMAD spectrometer onboard ExoMars Trace Gas Orbiter can constrain these aspects from the lower atmosphere to the homopause. This work will showcase vertical profiles of water vapor, its isotopologues, and water ice, and their temporal and spatial variability derived from NOMAD data, with a discussion of their implications on our knowledge of the atmospheric vertical structure. Current challenges in data analysis will be presented, showing strategies to improve the accuracy of retrievals and to extend their vertical ranges.

    Variability of Martian water ice and dust vertical profiles with TGO/NOMAD

    9 / 17 / 2019

    DPS/EPSC Conference, Geneva, Switzerland.

    Mapping the vertical distribution of water ice clouds on Mars with NOMAD/TGO

    10 / 18 / 2018

    50th Annual DPS-AAS conference, Knoxville, TN, USA.

    New perspectives for studying organics and the composition of Mars’ atmosphere with ExoMars/NOMAD

    10 / 20 / 2017

    49th Annual DPS-AAS conference, Provo, UT, USA

    Validation of a Level 2 processor for the retrieval of surface properties, atmospheric profiles and trace gases from IASI data

    9 / 27 / 2016

    2016 EUMETSAT Meteorological Satellite Conference, Frankfurt, Germany.

    Random Projection Method applied to the Physical inversion of the full IASI spectra: Assessment of spectroscopy and forward modelling consistency

    8 / 24 / 2016

    14th International HITRAN Conference (joint with the 12th ASA Conference), Reims, France.

    All-sky radiative transfer calculations for IASI and IASI-NG: the σ-IASI-as code

    9 / 24 / 2015

    2015 EUMETSAT Meteorological Satellite Conference, Toulouse, France

    Hyper fast radiative transfer for the physical retrieval of surface parameters from SEVIRI observations

    6 / 8 / 2015

    4th International Conference on Mathematical Modeling in Physical Sciences (ICMSquare 2015), Mykonos, Greece

    Simultaneous physical retrieval of atmospheric and surface state from Martian spectra: the phi-MARS algorithm. Application to TES

    2 / 5 / 2015

    12th Italian Conference on planetary science, Bormio (SO), Italy

    Validation of H2O continuum absorption models in the wave number range 180-600 cm−1 with atmospheric emitted spectral radiance measured at the Antarctica Dome-C site

    6 / 23 / 2014

    13th International HITRAN Conference, Cambridge, MA, USA

    Search for Martian methane with TES data: development of a dedicated radiative transfer code: first results

    9 / 9 / 2013

    Italian National Conference on Condensed Matter Physics FisMat 2013, Milano (MI), Italy

    Search for Martian methane with TES data: development of a dedicated radiative transfer code: first results

    8 / 26 / 2013

    SPIE Optics + Photonics 2013 International Conference, San Diego, CA, USA

    Validation of statistical clustering on TES dataset using synthetic Martian spectra

    2 / 5 / 2013

    11th Italian Conference on planetary science, Bormio (SO), Italy

    Validation of statistical clustering on the TES dataset using synthetic Martian spectra

    8 / 30 / 2012

    12th International HITRAN Conference (joint with 11th ASA conference), Reims, France

    Selected Public Outreach

    An hour in space with Italians at NASA - Mars in 4D: new findings from ExoMars 10 / 2019 - 10 / 2019

    Public outreach event organized by the Embassy of Italy in Washington DC, and the Italian Cultural Institute. 8th October 2019, Embassy of Italy.

    Event info at: https://iicwashington.esteri.it/iic_washington/en/gli_eventi/calendario/2019/10/an-hour-in-space-with-italians.html

    “Discovering the atmosphere of Mars: how we are disclosing its mysteries? 2 / 2018 - 2 / 2018

    Invited seminar about the atmosphere of Mars for undergrad and graduate students at American University, Washington DC

    Sorprese da Marte: le prime scoperte di ExoMars (Surprises from Mars: ExoMars first findings) 4 / 2019 - 4 / 2019
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3AXBUKWhQAE

    Live Youtube on the channel "Quantizzando" about my involvement in the ExoMars/NOMAD mission and experiment, and its first discoveries. The video counts ~1000 views.

    Festival della Divulgazione (Festival of Public Outreach) 10 / 2016 - 10 / 2016
    http://www.festivaldelladivulgazione.it/il-festival/

    I have been among the organizers and staff of the 1st edition of this festival, which currently is organized every year in Potenza, Italy.

    Brief Bio

    Dr. Liuzzi is a post-Doctoral researcher at NASA Goddard Space Flight Center. 

    Born and raised in Taranto, in the South of Italy, in 1988. He moved to United States in 2017, after his PhD studies. 

     

    Selected Publications

    Refereed

    Neary, L., F. Daerden, S. Aoki, et al. J. Whiteway, R. Clancy, M. Smith, S. Viscardy, J. Erwin, I. Thomas, G. Villanueva, G. Liuzzi, M. Crismani, M. Wolff, S. Lewis, J. Holmes, M. Patel, M. Giuranna, C. Depiesse, A. Piccialli, S. Robert, L. Trompet, Y. Willame, B. Ristic, and A. Vandaele. 2020. "Explanation for the increase in high altitude water on Mars observed by NOMAD during the 2018 global dust storm." Geophysical Research Letters 47 (7): 2019GL084354 [10.1029/2019gl084354]

    Liuzzi, G., G. L. Villanueva, M. M. Crismani, et al. M. D. Smith, M. J. Mumma, F. Daerden, S. Aoki, A. C. Vandaele, R. T. Clancy, J. Erwin, I. Thomas, B. Ristic, J. Lopez‐Moreno, G. Bellucci, and M. R. Patel. 2020. "Strong Variability of Martian Water Ice Clouds During Dust Storms Revealed From ExoMars Trace Gas Orbiter/NOMAD." Journal of Geophysical Research: Planets 125 (4): [10.1029/2019je006250]

    Aoki, S., A. C. Vandaele, F. Daerden, et al. G. L. Villanueva, G. Liuzzi, I. R. Thomas, J. T. Erwin, L. Trompet, S. Robert, L. Neary, S. Viscardy, R. T. Clancy, M. D. Smith, M. A. Lopez‐Valverde, B. Hill, B. Ristic, M. R. Patel, G. Bellucci, and J. Lopez‐Moreno. 2019. "Water Vapor Vertical Profiles on Mars in Dust Storms Observed by TGO/NOMAD." Journal of Geophysical Research: Planets 124 (12): 3482-3497 [10.1029/2019je006109]

    Palmer, P. I., E. L. Wilson, G. L. Villanueva, et al. G. Liuzzi, L. Feng, A. J. DiGregorio, J. Mao, L. Ott, and B. Duncan. 2019. "Potential improvements in global carbon flux estimates from a network of laser heterodyne radiometer measurements of column carbon dioxide." Atmospheric Measurement Techniques 12 (4): 2579-2594 [10.5194/amt-12-2579-2019]

    Vandaele, A. C., G. Liuzzi, G. L. Villanueva, et al. M. D. Smith, M. J. Mumma, O. Korablev, F. Daerden, S. Aoki, I. R. Thomas, F. Altieri, M. A. Lopez-Valverde, J. T. Erwin, L. Trompet, A. A. Fedorova, F. Montmessin, and A. Trokhimovskiy. 2019. "Martian dust storm impact on atmospheric H2O and D/H observed by ExoMars Trace Gas Orbiter." Nature 568 (7753): 521-525 [10.1038/s41586-019-1097-3]

    Liuzzi, G., G. L. Villanueva, M. J. Mumma, et al. M. D. Smith, F. Daerden, B. Ristic, I. Thomas, A. C. Vandaele, M. R. Patel, J.-J. Lopez-Moreno, and G. Bellucci. 2019. "Methane on Mars: New insights into the sensitivity of CH4 with the NOMAD/ExoMars spectrometer through its first in-flight calibration." Icarus 321 671-690 [10.1016/j.icarus.2018.09.021]

    Serio, C., G. Masiello, C. Camy-Peyret, and G. Liuzzi. 2019. "CO2 spectroscopy and forward/inverse radiative transfer modelling in the thermal band using IASI spectra." Journal of Quantitative Spectroscopy and Radiative Transfer 222-223 65-83 [10.1016/j.jqsrt.2018.10.020]

    Masiello, G., C. Serio, S. Venafra, et al. G. Liuzzi, L. Poutier, and F.-M. Göttsche. 2018. "Physical Retrieval of Land Surface Emissivity Spectra from Hyper-Spectral Infrared Observations and Validation with In Situ Measurements." Remote Sensing 10 (6): 976 [10.3390/rs10060976]

    Aumann, H. H., X. Chen, E. Fishbein, et al. A. Geer, S. Havemann, X. Huang, X. Liu, G. Liuzzi, S. DeSouza-Machado, E. M. Manning, G. Masiello, M. Matricardi, I. Moradi, V. Natraj, C. Serio, L. Strow, J. Vidot, R. Chris Wilson, W. Wu, Q. Yang, and Y. L. Yung. 2018. "Evaluation of Radiative Transfer Models With Clouds." Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres 123 (11): 6142-6157 [10.1029/2017jd028063]

    Meloni, D., A. di Sarra, G. Brogniez, et al. C. Denjean, L. De Silvestri, T. Di Iorio, P. Formenti, J. L. Gómez-Amo, J. Gröbner, N. Kouremeti, G. Liuzzi, M. Mallet, G. Pace, and D. M. Sferlazzo. 2018. "Determining the infrared radiative effects of Saharan dust: a radiative transfer modelling study based on vertically resolved measurements at Lampedusa." Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics 18 (6): 4377-4401 [10.5194/acp-18-4377-2018]

    Camy-Peyret, C., G. Liuzzi, G. Masiello, et al. C. Serio, S. Venafra, and S. Montzka. 2017. "Assessment of IASI capability for retrieving carbonyl sulphide (OCS)." Journal of Quantitative Spectroscopy and Radiative Transfer 201 197-208 [10.1016/j.jqsrt.2017.07.006]

    Liuzzi, G., G. Masiello, C. Serio, et al. D. Meloni, C. Di Biagio, and P. Formenti. 2017. "Consistency of dimensional distributions and refractive indices of desert dust measured over Lampedusa with IASI radiances." Atmospheric Measurement Techniques 10 (2): 599-615 [10.5194/amt-10-599-2017]

    Liuzzi, G., G. Masiello, C. Serio, S. Venafra, and C. Camy-Peyret. 2016. "Physical inversion of the full IASI spectra: Assessment of atmospheric parameters retrievals, consistency of spectroscopy and forward modelling." Journal of Quantitative Spectroscopy and Radiative Transfer 182 128-157 [10.1016/j.jqsrt.2016.05.022]

    Serio, C., G. Masiello, and G. Liuzzi. 2016. "Demonstration of random projections applied to the retrieval problem of geophysical parameters from hyper-spectral infrared observations." Applied Optics 55 (24): 6576 [10.1364/ao.55.006576]

    Fonti, S., F. Mancarella, G. Liuzzi, et al. T. L. Roush, M. Chizek Frouard, J. Murphy, and A. Blanco. 2015. "Revisiting the identification of methane on Mars using TES data." Astronomy & Astrophysics 581 A136 [10.1051/0004-6361/201526235]

    Masiello, G., C. Serio, S. Venafra, et al. G. Liuzzi, F. Göttsche, I. F. Trigo, and P. Watts. 2015. "Kalman filter physical retrieval of surface emissivity and temperature from SEVIRI infrared channels: a validation and intercomparison study." Atmospheric Measurement Techniques 8 (7): 2981-2997 [10.5194/amt-8-2981-2015]

    Serio, C., C. Standfuss, G. Masiello, et al. G. Liuzzi, E. Dufour, B. Tournier, R. Stuhlmann, S. Tjemkes, and P. Antonelli. 2015. "Infrared atmospheric sounder interferometer radiometric noise assessment from spectral residuals." Applied Optics 54 (19): 5924 [10.1364/ao.54.005924]

    Liuzzi, G., G. Masiello, C. Serio, et al. S. Fonti, F. Mancarella, and T. L. Roush. 2015. "Simultaneous physical retrieval of Martian geophysical parameters using Thermal Emission Spectrometer spectra: the φ-MARS algorithm." Applied Optics 54 (9): 2334 [10.1364/ao.54.002334]

    Amato, U., L. Lavanant, G. Liuzzi, et al. G. Masiello, C. Serio, R. Stuhlmann, and S. A. Tjemkes. 2014. "Cloud mask via cumulative discriminant analysis applied to satellite infrared observations: scientific basis and initial evaluation." Atmospheric Measurement Techniques 7 (10): 3355-3372 [10.5194/amt-7-3355-2014]

    Ingrosso, G., F. De Paolis, A. A. Nucita, et al. F. Strafella, S. Calchi Novati, P. Jetzer, G. Liuzzi, and A. Zakharov. 2014. "Polarization in binary microlensing events." Physica Scripta 89 (8): 084001 [10.1088/0031-8949/89/8/084001]

    Liuzzi, G., G. Masiello, C. Serio, L. Palchetti, and G. Bianchini. 2014. "Validation of H_2O continuum absorption models in the wave number range 180–600 cm^−1 with atmospheric emitted spectral radiance measured at the Antarctica Dome-C site." Optics Express 22 (14): 16784-16801 [10.1364/oe.22.016784]

                                                                                                                                                                                            
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