Ph.D. student in Aerospace Engineering, he received his Bachelor Degree in 2017 in
Aerospace Engineering and his Master Degree in 2019 in Mechatronic Engineering.
His master thesis focused on autonomous robotics, and was performed in collaboration
with California State University of Los Angeles, where he helped to develop a
mobile autonomous platform. He is currently working on distributed control
methods applied to UAV swarms, with a special focus on consensus theory. His main
research interests regard multi-UAV applications as formation control,
collision avoidance and distributed target tracking.