Master degree in Electronics
Engineering in 1996 and the Ph.D. in
Computer Science and Telecommunications in 2000 from the University of
From December 1999 with the National Institute for Astrophysics as a technologist at the Arcetri Astrophysical Observatory in Firenze.
Main activity is in the area of radio astronomy and applied electromagnetics and research interests are in the area of numerical methods for the electromagnetic modeling of millimeter wave components and the development of antennas and microwave passive devices for the receiver front-ends.
A more detailed curriculum vitae.