Associate professor
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U01, Piano: P04, Stanza: 4020
Piazza della Scienza 1 - 20126 MILANO


Mattia De Amicis is a Associate Professor of Environmental Geology and GIS at Environmental and Earth Sciences Department at Milano – Bicocca University. Since 1994 he has been involved in several national and international projects regarding the application of Geomatic techniques on natural hazard and environmental problems. He has published about 70 papers on national and international journals concerning the application of Geomatic techniques on environmental geological problems. He also is member of the board of the Phd school of Environmental Sciences at the University of Milano – Bicocca and is involved in postdoc courses. He has been the coordinator of the master “Valutazione e Gestione dell’Ambiente e del Territorio attraverso l’uso dei sistemi informativi territoriali (VAST)” at the University of Milano – Bicocca.


  • Bufalini, M., Materazzi, M., De Amicis, M., & Pambianchi, G. (2021). From traditional to modern ‘full coverage’ geomorphological mapping: a study case in the Chienti river basin (Marche region, central Italy). JOURNAL OF MAPS, 1-12.
  • Sartirana, D., Rotiroti, M., Zanotti, C., Bonomi, T., Fumagalli, L., & De Amicis, M. (2020). A 3D Geodatabase for Urban Underground Infrastructures: Implementation and Application to Groundwater Management in Milan Metropolitan Area. ISPRS INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF GEO-INFORMATION, 9(10).
  • Azzimonti, O., Colleoni, M., De Amicis, M., & Frigerio, I. (2020). Combining hazard, social vulnerability and resilience to provide a proposal for seismic risk assessment. JOURNAL OF RISK RESEARCH, 23(9), 1225-1241.
  • Ravazzi, C., Pini, R., De Amicis, M., Castellano, L., Comolli, R., El Khair, D., et al. (2020). Paleoecological archives unraveling the early land-use history at the emergence of the Bronze Age settlement of Bergamo (Italian Alps). REVIEW OF PALAEOBOTANY AND PALYNOLOGY, 276.
  • Panigada, C., Tagliabue, G., Zaady, E., Rozenstein, O., Garzonio, R., Di Mauro, B., et al. (2019). A new approach for biocrust and vegetation monitoring in drylands using multi-temporal Sentinel-2 images. PROGRESS IN PHYSICAL GEOGRAPHY, 43(4), 496-520.