Researcher at Istituto Nazionale di Geofisica e Vulcanologia (INGV, Rome) (now at NUIST)

Dedalo Marchetti took degree in Astronomy and astrophysics in January 2012, with specialization in experimental astrophysics. In June 2016, he got the Ph.D. in Physics with a thesis about measurement of polarization of exoplanets.
From January 2016 he has been working in the Italian National Institute of Geophysics and Vulcanology with a grant of SAFE project (and its extension), funded by ESA and  in Limadou-science funded by ASI. The principal focus of his actual research is to analyze the variations of the Earth’s magnetic field to search for possible precursors of big earthquakes by satellite and ground measurements. He is also developing statistical and case studies analysis for research for other earthquake effects in atmosphere and ionosphere.