Antonello Migliozzi, PhD in Analysis and modeling of agricultural and forestry systems, is a researcher in Applied Botany at the University of Naples Federico II. He has over 25 years’ experience in the field of Geographical Information System applied to ecological and landscape studies. His scientific activities focus on land-use evolution and changes, multi-functionality of the rural landscape, forest fires and slope stability, historical cartography, photography applied to the socio-economic landscape assessment surveys, integration of cartographic models and system dynamics. He is a member of the scientific staff and vice director of the field activities of the Archaeological and Environmental mission “L.I.F.E. (Living in a Fringe Environment)” (ERC CoGrant 681673) on the Late Roman sites in Kharga Oasis-Umm al-Dabadib (Egypt’s Western Desert), responsible of the Cartography Lab. – Section of Applied Ecology of the Dept. of Agricultural Sciences, and curator of the project The inventory of historical, artistic and natural heritage in the Campania Region – Angerio Filangieri. He is ambassador for South Italy of Time Machine Consortium.