Antonio Moccia

Department of Aerospace Engineering;University of Naples Federico II, Italy

A. Moccia has been a Professor of aerospace servosystems at the Faculty of Engineering, University of Naples, Naples, Italy, since 1990. His research activities deal with aerospace high-resolution remote-sensing systems, mission analysis, design, and data processing, as well as aerospace systems dynamics and control. He has been a member of national and international committees and working groups (ASI, NASA, ESA, UE, CIRA, EARSA eL, MIUR) and principal or coinvestigator of several national and international research programs. He is the author or coauthor of more than 100 scientific papers, and gained several references in international journals. Since 1975, he has held several grants and contracts from the National Research Council, University of Naples, Italian Space Agency, ESA, Italian Ministry for Education, University and Research, Alenia Spazio, Telespazio, and Technapoli. Since 2001, he has been the Chairman of the Ph.D. School in Aerospace Engineering at the University of Naples and President of CORISTA, Consortium for Research on Aerospace Remote Sensing Systems, a nonprofit research consortium among Universities of Naples and Bari, Alenia Spazio, and Laben.

Biography Updated on 22 December 2004

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