About: Alessandro Pisello

AlessandroAfter my bachelor studies in Geology at the University of Perugia, I graduated at the University of Munich (LMU) with a Master of Science (MSc) in the curriculum “Geochemistry and Geomaterials” of the Faculty of geosciences.
After my Master I was enrolled at the University of Perugia, were I gained a PhD in Experimental Petrology with a dissertation titled: “Experimental petrology and volcanology for deciphering extraterrestrial volcanism”, in which I used a suite of spectroscopic techniques (Raman, VNIR, Mid-IR, Brillouin) to characterise lab-made geologic materials.
I am currently a research fellow at the Department of Physics and Geology at the University of Perugia, continuing my research on the relationship between chemistry/crystallinity and spectral response of rocks.

Mail: alessandro.pisello@studenti.unipg.it
Phone: +39 075 585 2652

Dept. of Physics and Geology
University of Perugia
Piazza dell’Università
06123 PERUGIA (IT)

Selected Publications:

  • Romero, J.E., Alloway, B.V., Gutiérrez, R., Bertín, D., Castruccio, A., Villarosa, G., Schipper, C.I., Guevara, A., Bustillos, J., Pisello, A., Daga, R., Montiel, M., Gleeman, E., González, M., Morgavi, D., Ribeiro Guevara, S., Mella, M., 2021. Centennial-scale eruptive diversity at Volcán Calbuco (41.3°S; Northwest Patagonia) deduced from historic tephra cover-bed and dendrochronologic archives, Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research. DOI: 10.1016/j.jvolgeores.2021.107281
  • Rammelkamp, K., Schröder, S., Ortenzi, G., Pisello, A., Stephan, K., Baqué, M., Hübers, H.-W., Forni, O., Sohl, F., Thomsen, L., Unnithan, V., 2021. Field investigation of volcanic deposits on Vulcano, Italy using a handheld laser-induced breakdown spectroscopy instrument. Spectrochimica Acta – Part B Atomic Spectroscopy, DOI: 10.1016/j.sab.2021.106067
  • Pisello, A., Vetere, F.P., Bisolfati, M., Maturilli, A., Morgavi, D., Pauselli, C., Iezzi, G., Lustrino, M., Perugini, D., 2019. Retrieving magma composition from TIR spectra: implications for terrestrial planets investigations. Scientific Reports, DOI: 10.1038/s41598-019-51543-9