Dr. Massimo Crisci is the head of the Radio Navigation Systems and Techniques Section at the ESA.
He is the technical domain responsible for the field of radionavigation. This responsibility encompasses radionavigation systems for satellite, aeronautical, maritime, and land mobile users (including indoor) applications, future radionavigation equipment/techniques/receivers for (hybrid satellite/terrestrial) navigation/localization systems for ground and space applications, signal-in-space design, and end-to-end performance analysis for current and future radio navigation systems.
Crisci is the head of a team of engineers providing radionavigation expert support to the various ESA programs (EGNOS and Galileo included).
He holds a Ph.D. in automatics from the University of Bologna and a Master’s degree in electronics engineering from the University of Ferrara.