Paolo Colosio is a Ph.D. student in natural risk assessment and management in the department of Civil, Environmental, International Cooperation and Mathematical Engineering at University Brescia in Italy. His research interests are monitoring and modeling hydrological processes and studying their potential impacts on society and economy. He studied the problem of saltwater intrusion modeling in the Red River Delta spending 2 months as intern at Thuy Loi University (Hanoi, Vietnam). After that, he spent 6 months at Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory of Columbia University studying surface melting of Greenland and Antarctica ice sheets by means of passive microwave remote sensing and modeling tools. Paolo holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Land and Environmental Engineering and a Master’s degree in Civil and Environmental Engineering from University of Brescia.