Sofia Bajocco is a researcher at CREA-AA (Italian Research Council for Agriculture and Economics – Research Center on Agriculture and Environment). She is a BSc in Natural sciences and PhD in Vegetation science with large interest in computational landscape ecology. Her main research topics focus on the understanding of environmental processes at landscape scale, with a major interest on ecosystem dynamics, vegetation phenology, fire ecology, land cover changes. She is expert of multivariate statistical methods, geoprocessing techniques, geographic information systems and remotely sensed data analysis.
She has published numerous peer-reviewed papers and taken part in many scientific national and international conferences. She is currently Editor of several high impact scientific journals.
Prof. Bajocco is a member of two scientific societies: the Phenology Commission within the International Society of Biometeorology (ISB), and the Working Group on Wildfires Management within the Italian Society of Silviculture and
Forest Ecology (SISEF).
Prof. Bajocco was a Visiting Scholar at the Climate and Vegetation Research Group in the Geography Department of Boston University in 2005 and at the Southwest Biological Science Center USGS (United States Geological Survey) in Flagstaff, Arizona in 2007.